Monthly Archives: July 2017

All The Lies We Tell – Megan Hart

 

 Not very enthused with this book.  It was a little dreary.  Even though I liked the story, I didn’t like the characters very much.  What I did like was that the story is very convoluted, and the character’s lives made … Continue reading

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Chase & Chloe – Simone Elise

 

 My first blog about a motorcycle club! I’ve read this type of books before, but not blogged. This book, however, has some real outlaws. They’re not just badass, but also outlaws and franchised in several states in Australia. Chase, the … Continue reading

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Summer’s Lease – Carrie Elks

 

 One word for this story – romantic. Recently there have been so many books heavily charged with sex, but this one centers on what’s important, the romance. The love story is front and center, even if it starts with hostility … Continue reading

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Unconventional – Isabel Love

 

 I had to hold my jaw frequently while reading this book. This has been the naughtiest, most kinky book I’ve ever read.  And yet, it had a feel-good love story included. Charlie Nelson was the goof ball between his best … Continue reading

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Jilted – Sawyer Bennet

 

 This author is an auto click for me, I think I have ALL her books.  She writes sports romances, computer nerd romances, and fun and flirty romances like this one.  In this case, the Hollywood actor is the girl, and … Continue reading

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Royal Affair – Marquita Valentine

 

 The sequel to Royal Scandal, and a real joy to read.  This one has the wallflower girl who shows up to have spine, the scoundrel who found his noble inside, and the family who gathers to support their wallflower sister. … Continue reading

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Mr. Big – Delancey Stewart

 

 When I started reading this book, my feelings about Oliver Cody, CEO of Cody Technology, was that he was a whiney baby.  He had a privileged life, loving parents, great college education.  Thanks to a sports gadget that Cody invented … Continue reading

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Royal Scandal – Marquita Valentine

 

 I wanted to read Royal Affair, and found out that it’s the sequel to Royal Scandal, which I had in my Net Galley shelf, unread.  I had lately stopped reading Marquita Valentine’s books because the quality of writing from her … Continue reading

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The Catch – K Bromberg

 

 I loved this book! It made me feel all the emotions: angry, happy, laughing, sad, longing. It was a very strong book, very emotional. It started all chaotic, basically a shitstorm. Scout had just announced to the Aces board that … Continue reading

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