Hello everyone! I hope you all had a great week! I had a wonderful and totally indulgent birthday week filled with treats, parties, and way too much food.  It was a nice way to soften the blow of a big birthday! Now I have to get back to the reality of life (and get my butt back to the gym!).

So I have been crazy busy reading like a fiend to get you all some great stuff for the next couple of weeks. Yes, Rock Star Week is right around the corner.  I have lots of great reviews and fabulous giveaways lined up for you all!  Later today I will have a post highlighting the giveaways I have planned, and last week I gave a quick preview of some of the reviews and posts I will be running.

But let’s not get ahead of ourselves.  We still have one week to go and I have lots of great stuff for you all this week.

On Monday I will be reviewing Permanently Legless by J.L. Merrow, a short story featuring a war vet who lost both legs but still plenty of spirit (and horniness) as he reconnects with an old flame.

Then on Tuesday I am reviewing The Tourist by Clare London.  This is an interesting paranormal story about ghost who possesses the bodies of men, experiencing their lives (and their hot sex) and also helping along their relationships.  I really liked this one.

On Wednesday I have a review of one of my old favorites, ePistols at Dawn by Z.A. Maxfield.  It is a great story with lots of layers and includes a reclusive writer, a hot Asian giant, and an adorable twinky best friend.

On Thursday I am reviewing Academic Pursuits by Lou Harper. This story follows college student Jamie as he seduces straight boys and gay ones alike, until he suprises himself by realizing he is ready for more.

Then on Friday I will have my January Top Books and January Top Covers post.

So it should be a fun week.  Hope you all will join me!

Last thing, I just wanted to thank MelanieM54 one more time for her great post on Friday, kicking off our A Book I Love feature. It got lots of great feedback so I hope more of you all will consider making a contribution for a post.  It doesn’t need to be a formal review or anything fancy, just a chance to talk about a book you really like.  If you are interested, let me know.

Have a great week! Jay