Saturday, April 19, 2014

Quote of the Day

Blog Tour and Review: Heidi Belleau's Straight Shooter!

Hello hello! I’m Heidi Belleau, and welcome to the Riptide Books “Straight Shooter” blog tour! Straight Shooter is the third (and final?) novel in my Rear Entrance Video series, and is the story of roommate Austin, a homophobic hockey player with a kinky secret . . . and the Dominant porn star who helps him get his act together. For the next two weeks, I’ll be hopping blog to blog giving you an inside look at the novel . . . and also giving away a prize! Read on for details! Thanks to The Saucy Wenches Book Club and to all of you for tuning in!

(Follow us through the jump for an interview with Ms Belleau, a giveaway, and a review of Straight Shooter!)

Friday, April 18, 2014

Quote of the Day

"You can’t be with someone else effectively, unless you can stand to be alone with yourself," he declared. "Being part of a couple isn’t the final answer. It can’t define who you are."

~ Thwonk by Joan Bauer

NOT Another Brick In The Wall


I'll admit, lately I haven't been much for fangirling. The world around us has been depressing me to no end, and I've struggled to see the silver lining in everything. So I was kinda lost when it came to who or what I would feature in my Fangirl Friday post.

Until of course, I went back to my youtube history and rewatched a few videos. Russell fucking Brand. The man and his ideas. That's what brought a flicker of hope to my heart when I felt like humanity was beyond redemption for those few dark hours late at night. And that's what I'll share with you today. 

Just look at that delightful laugh...

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Quote of the Day

She either loved him the way he was, which was no good for her, or she stopped loving him. But there's the problem with love--also like water, it works its way into every crack and crevice of a person, and it can break you worse than any sorrow. She couldn't stop herself from loving him, not just like that with a  snap of fingers and an iron will, but she could refuse to let it break her.

~~Megan Hart

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Quote of the Day

"Hey," Nick grunted. "Marriage is just a word for some people, but for others it's a fucking sentence, okay?"
Zane was holding his side. "Oh my God, marriage puns! Oh my God...."


Ball & Chain by Abigail Roux

What is our Goodreads Group Book of the Months in April?

So it's April already and our Goodreads book group is frantically trying to whittle down their TBR's. We know this is an impossible task. Each month we have four Books of the Month. It provides us with a great way to read books we might not normally read. (stop recommending so many great books. Do you know how many first-in-series I've read in the last year and half?) Just kidding. I love being exposed to authors I never knew existed. We like to have four books as it gives everyone a chance to hopefully find one they would like to read.

So let's take a look at what we are reading this month. Please note book blurbs are included in the descriptions below.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Quote of the Day

“Sometimes men want what they don't have because they don't have it. Even if everyone offered to share, they would only want the share that wasn't theirs.”  

What the Wenches Are Reading


A few Wenches are relishing their buddy read this week, while others are trying overcome a very busy real life to fit in some reading escape. Still others are working on Classics of literature or new treasures. Click through to find out what we're reading, and share your reading list in the comments below.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Quote of the Day

Our blind trust in the system is the product of ignorance and magical thinking, and there was no way in hell I was going to trust my son's fate to it. Not because I believed he was guilty, I assure you, but precisely because he was innocent. I was doing what little I could to ensure the right result, the just result. If you do not believe me, go spend a few hours in the nearest criminal court, then ask yourself if you really believe it is error-free. Ask yourself if you would trust your child to it. 

~William Landay, Defending Jacob