Ask for It ⭐⭐⭐1/2 (A Good Quick Fix)

Years ago, Marcus Ashford, the Earl of Westfield was jilted by his fiancée Elizabeth in favour for the boyishly charming Lord Hawthorne. But years of womanising and dangerous work as an agent to the Crown has not cooled his interests in the woman he can no longer have. But dangerous secrets led to the murder of Elizabeth’s, now Lady Hawthorne’s, husband. Secrets she now holds in a diary many would kill to obtain.

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Heat of the Night ⭐⭐⭐1/2 (If Quick Escalation is your thing)

This book is the sequel to Pleasures of the Night and is the second book of the Dream Guardians series by Sylvia Day. Before I even start the review I will say this, and I know I’ve said this before; Sylvia Day, you are so much better than this! Now this has gotten to a point where I will keep reading and reviewing her books so I can prove how great they can be. This is my new mission^^//Grimmsnaught

Pleasures of the Night ⭐⭐⭐ (Rethinking strange dreams now..)

Aidan Cross is a guardian of peoples dreams, meaning he enters peoples subconscious and lets them have a nice *cough* fantasy. And then he fights off nightmares, aka big scary actual monsters. He and other guardians does this from the dimension they’re in to keep our world safe. Then Lyssa appears, they can’t enter her dreams without invitation and she can see trough their illusions. This makes her dangerous, and Aidan is sent in to ”control” the situation. //Grimmsnaught

Afterburn/Afterchock ⭐⭐ (Well, there were food..)

Sylvia Day is my go to author when I'm in the mood for something adult (meaning x-rated). The stories are usually rich with emotions and drama with the addition of being really HOT. Sometimes a bit corny, but that usually makes me laugh so no complaints. But Afterburn/Afterchock was different for me. //Grimmsnaught