All About the D…Review

allabouttheDBlurb: You know how people say you can never believe what you read on the interwebs? That a hot guy online is probably a creeper with a beer gut and a shoe fetish, not the sexy beast he pretends to be?
So I had no clue that the anonymous blogger who contacted my law firm about his naughty website would be droolworthy in real life. Not that I’m interested in him in that way. Attorneys can’t go around sleeping with their clients. Not even if he is the most beautiful man I’ve ever met and so ridiculously smart he makes my nerdy-girl heart sigh.
Besides, he has too much on the line to risk taking a chance on the insane chemistry building between us. We both do.
I’ve always followed the rules. Too bad he makes me want to break each and every one of them.
*** All About the D is a romantic comedy and a full-length standalone. Due to adult situations and sexual content, it’s recommended for readers over the age of 18.  ***

Review: ADD IT! ADD IT! ADD IT! This is a TBR must have. Not because it was the best thing I’ve ever read but because it was original, well written and funny. I absolutely adored this one-sitter quitter! The story line wasn’t one I’ve read before and that had me totally hooked. I loved the content and all the D jokes that came along with it (I have the sense of humor of a 12yr old boy…I secretly still laugh at fart jokes).

Josh(H) is hiding several things about his identity but his D isn’t one of them. He is an amazing character and I was totally in love with him from the moment I started to read from his POV. He is different from most alpha males in the novels out there and that is a major plus for him too. Evie(h) is an amazing person and attorney. She has several reasons to be insecure but she doesn’t let it stop her from being great. She has an amazing friend and it is clear she isn’t sleeping her way to the top like some other hoochie in the law firm. The relationship she and Josh develop feels so organic that you can’t help but root for them the entire time. I laughed out loud several times and got completely frustrated a few times as well. I would’ve liked the drama ramped up a little more with the ex-fiance but overall I was satisfied with the story.


There were two characters that will be getting their own book, Kendall(Evie’s bff) and Drew(Josh’s bff). Their appearances here were funny, however, Drew annoyed my pants off  and I for the life of me can’t understand how/why he and Josh were friends, which now makes me wanna read their book so I can understand this douchebag. Overall this book was a 5 star read for me and you should totally add it!

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New Release…The Infatuation

The Infatuation is Josh and Kat’s highly anticipated romance and trust us…


the infatuation coverBlurb: Josh Faraday is used to getting what he wants. And what he wants is her. 

The Playboy and The Party Girl with a Hyphen, Josh and Kat from the bestselling The Club series, tell their love story in a scorching new trilogy: The Infatuation, The Revelation, and The Consummation. Whoever said love is patient and kind has never met hell-on-wheels, Kat Morgan.



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“What does that mean? Are you jealous of Miss Blast from My Past?”


“Of course. Isn’t that what we’re doing here—playing the honesty-game ’til we both wanna bang our heads against a wall?”

She laughs. “Um… I’m more like envious, I think, but, no, not jealous. I don’t get jealous when I’m not in a relationship.” She glares at me, clearly telling me my jealousy about Cameron Schulz is premature. “Now, if you were my boyfriend and I found out you’d fucked another woman, then, yes, I’d be so jealous I’d burn your fucking house down. And then I’d cut off your balls, roast them over the burning embers of your house, smash them between two graham crackers with a Hershey bar and make testicle-s’mores out of them, which I would then gobble up as I stood over your writhing, whimpering body on the ground.”

Holy shit. I’m so shocked, I can’t even laugh. But Kat does—in fact, she belly laughs and throws back her head, completely enthralled with herself.

“And do you wanna know why I’d burn your house down and make myself s’mores out of your balls, my dearest Josh?”

I shake my head. “I’m too scared of you to even venture a guess.”

“Because if you were my boyfriend, I would never, ever cheat on you, I can promise you that on a stack of bibles. Never. I’ve never cheated and I never will. And here’s why: because I never agree to be someone’s girlfriend unless I’m one hundred percent willing to give the guy my whole heart. And as the relationship progresses, if I’m feeling like cheating, then I don’t stay. It’s scorched earth maybe, but a man never, ever has to wonder where my feelings stand.” She picks up her drink. “It also means that, if you were my boyfriend and you cheated on me, then you’d undoubtedly be breaking my heart.”

I place my palm on my chest, steadying myself. I look down at the bar, collecting myself. This girl just knocked the wind out of me.

“But since you and I aren’t even dating, then, no, I’m not jealous.” She takes a long sip of her drink. “Because I can’t justify getting jealous when a man’s not mine to begin with.”

“I’ve never met anyone like you, Kat,” I manage to say.

“Thank you,” she says. “I’ve never met anyone like you, either.”

“You’re like some bizarre, undiscovered species of fish that washes ashore after a nuclear disaster and freaks everyone the fuck out,” I say.

She laughs. “Wow. That’s your idea of a compliment?”

“I’m normally much smoother than this, I assure you. You bring out the Jonas in me.”

She laughs. “Jonas seems pretty damned smooth, actually.”

“Not usually. Just with Sarah all of a sudden. She brings out the Josh Faraday in him, I guess.”

She grins and I can’t help smiling back at her like a fucking dope.

There’s a very long beat, during which we’re smiling at each other, not saying a damned thing. Finally, Kat bites her lip and touches my hand, sending electricity throughout my entire body.the infatuation teaser 1

“For God’s sake, Playboy,” she purrs, “just tell me what’s in your application so we can get this show on the road. Please?” She squeezes my hand and licks her lips. “I’m suddenly feeling extremely… impatient.”

Oh man, she’s good. She’s very, very good. But she’s also shit out of luck. There’s no fucking way I’m giving this girl my application. Period. And certainly not in exchange for the honor of fucking her. Hell no, when she finally fucks me, it’s gonna be for no other reason than she’s dying for it, not because I gave her some stupid application.

I drain the rest of my drink. “Nope.” I clap my hands together. “Getting this show on the road is entirely up to you, Party Girl. All you have to do is kiss me, just once, and then I’ll know you’ve conceded your demands and have finally decided to find out the good old-fashioned way if I’m gonna chain you to a donkey or not.”

She smirks. “No, no, no, my dearest Playboy; you’ve got it backwards. What’s actually gonna happen is you’re gonna kiss me—thereby signaling to me you agree to my demands and will give me what I want.”

We stare each other down.

“I’m not gonna give you my application, Kat. It’s none of your fucking business.”

“Oh, I think you are.”


She puckers. “I’m a really good kisser, Playboy.” She raises an eyebrow. “At least, that’s what Cameron Schulz said.”

I squint at her. “You’re evil.”

“I am.”

I motion to the bartender. “Check, please.” I glare at her for a long beat. She looks so fucking sure of herself—and so fucking hot, I doubt this girl’s experienced disappointment once in her entire life. “Okay, Party Girl,” I say. “The time for chitchat is over. I’m not gonna give you what you want—which means you’re not gonna fuck me.” I make a sad face and she matches it. “So I guess that means there’s only one thing left for us to do,” I continue.

“And what would that be?”

“Dance, of course.”

Her face lights up. “Oh, I love to dance.”

“Well, of course, you do. You’re the Party Girl With a Hyphen, for fuck’s sake.”

She grins.

“It’s time for you to earn that nickname of yours, babe.” I touch the cleft in her chin one more time and then put out my hand. “Let’s go, baby. Time to paint Sin City red.”

Author Information: Lauren Rowe is the pen name of the USA Today best-selling author, performer, audio book narrator, award-winning songwriter and media host/personality who decided to unleash her alter ego to write The Club Trilogy to ensure she didn’t hold back or self-censor in writing the story. Lauren Rowe lives in San Diego, California where she lives with her family, sings with her band, hosts a show, and writes at all hours of the night. Find out more about The Club Trilogy and Lauren Rowe at

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Revue, KM Golland…Review

revueHe was on a collision course … I had paved my way.
He answered to no one … I respected authority.
He wanted me … I despised him.
He didn’t take no for an answer … NO!
When freelance photographer, Corinne Lee, is required to visually document the nationwide tour of Wild Nights Male Revue, she finds herself in a world of near-naked, testosterone-fuelled men on stage—not her photographic muses of choice. She also finds herself in the arms of Josh, the revue’s star performer.
Josh Adams thrives on the limelight, the stage and, most of all, the attention of women who endlessly throw themselves at him. He dances sex, speaks sex, breathes sex … is sex! Josh lives for sex, but never with the same woman.
When both opinionated and headstrong characters are closely thrust together in a lust-ridden and sexually-charged environment, which of the two will break first?
Will Josh realise that Corinne could be the exception to his ‘no strings’ rule? Or will Corinne let go of the fantasy of finding Mr One and Only?

Review: Let me preface this by saying I enjoy KM Golland’s work. The Temptation series was so damn good I devoured them one after another. So it pains me to say this book was disappointing. Did I finish it…Yes Did I enjoy it…No, I was confused as hell. Much like the heroine the entire book.

Corinne (Cori) has a dream job she is photographing an entire tour of Australia’s hottest strip dudes. Hells yes!! The book starts off with smut so you know I was happy. But then it takes a predictable turn. Josh, our hero, becomes enthralled with Cori because she denies him when most chics fall at his feet. Cori keeps proclaiming how NOT her type Josh is. Yet…well you get the picture.

Josh is a douche. Sexy but a douche. There was actually not a single thing I liked about this guy. I kept reading hoping that he would change, maybe fall of the stage and develop amnesia, just something to make this book better. Sadly that did not happen. There was not a single redeeming quality about this guy and she wasn’t any better.  I give this book 2.5 stars. 2 stars for the sexy time and the performance scenes, .5 for the cover model. Hot Damn.

Right now it’s on sale for $.99 so click here to give it a go!