Gangs, Bikes and BabesReviewed in the United States on October 31, 2015

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Who writes a strip tease scene with Marilyn Manson playing in the background? Author Dellani Oakes that’s who! This is by far my favorite book she’s written yet! A Night in Daytona Beach is the story of Draven Wick, an actor who is happens to be at Daytona’s infamous Bike Week when he stumbles into a hot redhead doing a sexy routine on a motorcycle. At the request of the female spectators, he does his own routine alongside her when he discovers she is Jamie Humphrey, a long, lost love from a decade ago. From their first meeting to their first date, there is sexual tension that threatens to send readers to the showers in order to hose down. Yes, it’s that hot!

After their first sexual encounter Jamie discovers that Draven hasn’t been completely honest with her and is in real danger after a mysterious phone call. I won’t give away any spoilers but the story is thrilling with bikers, sex and witty dialog that most romance/erotic books lack. IMHO. If you want a good, steamy read, A Night In Daytona Beach is a good buy and a good read. I give 5 stars easy!


If you like sexy romantic suspense – this book is for you! Turn the passionate pages today! 

This is a short Novella about Lilly Peters who was a doctor by day and an escort by night. She was on her own at a very young age and had to put herself through Medical school, but when her grandmother took ill she needed money for her care. She had heard through the hospital Intern grapevine about being an escort for very rich influential men and jumped at the chance. What she didn’t know was how much she would enjoy having sex for money.

Everything was going at an easy pace when some of the other escorts were roughed up pretty bad and no one seemed to why. She needed to find the answer. As things got worse and one of her favorite lovers was murdered she had to make a choice. Was it all worth it or was she sorry she became an escort? Did she fall too fast for men she barely new? 

Pick up a copy and enjoy the ride.

but I love this portrayal of womenNovember 3, 2017 – Published on Amazon.comVerified PurchaseWell, the title is definitely something else, huh?
Alright, this is my opinion, but I love this portrayal of women, I want women to think, feel and act as Lily does, because there is nothing more attractive than a strong and confident woman who knows what she wants and how to get it.
There is something captivating in this story, the portrayal of all characters and the drastic changes from day to night make it for an awesome read, lessons are learnt in the hard way and in the end Lily would have to make a choice. Ultimately I think she chose right.
There is a lot going on in this book and still, everything flows nicely, I love how detailed it was at moments, and especially I love how we see everything from the point of view of Lily, her thoughts and actions were interesting, this is a nice read you shouldn’t miss.



5.0 out of 5 stars Superb romance in AlaskaReviewed in the United States on April 6, 2015Verified PurchaseCougar Hunt (Copper River Romances Book 4) is the newest offering I’ve read from the talented Cherime MacFarlane. I have come to esteem Chermine for her Scottish series of historicals, as well as her Alaskan adventures, but Cougar Hunt is a romantic tale which makes Alaska not so much a character, but more a perfect background for her characters. Nevertheless, the pioneering spirit of Alaska pervades MacFarlane’s every book, and makes you want to cuddle up with a beloved before a roaring fire.

Cougar Hunt centers on Linda Rae (Lrae), struggling to overcome her checkered past. Deserted by her father, she feels unworthy of love. The details of this will wrench your heart, so I won’t spoil things for you.

Joey is the love interest in this story, has emotional problems of his own, the most pressing being he wants Lrae to love him.

Alaska can be a cold place for lovers, when passion is overcome by fears. The only cure for heartbreak here is to find reason to live and someone to love.

This tale, modern and yet mindful of the roots of romanticism, will fill you up, ignite your own heart, and make you remember all the loves you’ve had in days gone by.

The story is intriguing, gripping, at times scenic — Alaska is always around you, a place a bit stranger than where you’ve been before. And so is the chance of love, of forgiveness, even of rapture.

Nor does MacFarlane forget our lust for adventure; she merely translates it into modern, attainable form. This book is elegant, simple, and immensely readable. If the right person rads it, expect to see it as a tv miniseries or feature film.

I highly recommend Cougar Hunt, if you’re a woman or a man with blood running in your veins and an adventurous soul.

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