Wednesday, 17 April 2019

The Rose by Tiffany Reisz


REVIEWED BY
Becky Cox 


The RoseThe Rose by Tiffany Reisz
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Tiffany has written a brilliant, naughty, clever story. Nobody writes a sex scene like Tiffany. She makes you feel like you are in the scene. (Fans self).

Mythological erotica, who knew?! Reisz is blazing a trail with her unique storylines yet again.

Erotic fantasy isn’t for everyone and I didn’t know it was for me until The Red. I’m a true believer now. ;-)

Lia’s story is a must read. Though grander and odder, the base of her troubles are basic hurdles we all experience. The need for love. The need for acceptance. The need to make our parents proud.

Speaking of parents, Lia’s are hysterical and make me think that would have been Nora’s life had she not met Soren.

It was a joy to read and I look forward to more from this amazingly talented author!

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Monday, 15 April 2019

Fahrenheit by Leigh Lennon



REVIEWED BY
Tina Shobe 


Fahrenheit (An MMF Book)Fahrenheit by Leigh Lennon
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Scarlett has been dating two men and can't decide between them as she loves them both. Levi, the hot, sexy, fire firefighter has a solution and goes to Jordan, the very attractive doctor and suggests that they share Scarlett so that they both don't lose her. Jordan is straight. Levi would love to have a relationship with both Scarlett and Jordan but is allowing Jordan to set to grounds of the relationship.

As the story unfolds Jordan fights his building attraction to Levi and also deals with the confusion of those feelings. We are given insight into Scarlett's upbringing which pulls on the heartstrings.

What I enjoyed about this story besides the hotness of the sex scenes and chemistry between these three is the twist of intrigue and suspense.

An amazing book that I really enjoyed.



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Snitches Get Stitches by Lani Lynn Vale

REVIEWED BY 
Tina Shobe 


Snitches Get Stitches (Bear Bottom Guardians MC, #8)Snitches Get Stitches by Lani Lynn Vale
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Josiah (Liner) Paldecki hates Tara for what she put his friend and MC brother Rome and their son through. Though on one of their visits he can't let go of a visit they had where he felt Tara with surprisingly blue eyes was a different person.

He begins an investigation of his own and soon discovers a horrifying truth, a twin sister, Theo, who has been abused for the majority of her life. She really has a very sick family. It is very heart-wrenching when she mentions the types of abuse she had throughout the book.

Mother nature helps them out with a tornado that leads to Theo escaping and Liner takes from there. But no way does the story stop there. There are lots of twists and turns and wonderful intrigue in this story. My best kind of read.

There are wonderful secondary characters in this books that first give Liner a hard time because he's helping out who they thought was Tara out first and then because he is a 'brother' they have his back no matter what. That is what a real family is.

The only disappointment I had in this book was that her brother, Tyson was killed. I was really hoping he'd get his happily ever after too. He did a lot of protecting both Theo and Linnie.



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Gun Shot Heart by Sam Destiny


REVIEWED BY
Tina Shobe 


Gun Shot HeartGun Shot Heart by Sam Destiny
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

One thing that Blake does not do is relationships. Because of his job as a cop he does not want someone waiting for him not to come home one day. Tia is a bartender and basically has no life for herself as she's helping (mainly raising) her nieces and nephew. Blake and Tia hook up for a night.

When bartenders who resemble Tia are being killed Blake does everything in his power to protect her. Along the way, he's drawn into her everyday life and is realizing that there might be something worth taking a risk for.

With Blake in her life, Tia is opening her eyes that as much as she loves her nieces and nephew that something is off with her relationship with her sister. That the time is now to take control of her own life. Tia is such a very strong person.

I love the suspense, the mystery and intrigue of this book. My favorite type of book!





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Meet Cute by Helena Hunting


REVIEWED BY
Monique Cashmere 



Meet CuteMeet Cute by Helena Hunting
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4.5 🌟s

Meet Cute is just that - It's Cute! But it is so much more than that as well. When I saw the cover, I thought I was in for a light hearted rom-com, but that is not the case, and it wasn't a bad thing either. It is a book that will give you all the feels. There is some classic Hunting humor that had me smiling and snorting in parts but you will experience heartache along with Daxton and his little sister Emme. Kailyn is no stranger to what they are going through and she is the absolute right person to help them navigate through this period of their lives, even the Aisle of Red!

You could classify this novel in a few tropes, it could fall into the crush to friends/enemies to friends to lovers (that was a mouthful)! There is also the single parent side that was very touching and emotional to witness. It is not all sad and angsty, as I said there is some brilliant humor and also a delightful love story to makes this novel complete.

Kailyn is someone I would want in my corner if I ever needed a lawyer or any sort of help. She was a pillar of strength but also had the kindest heart. She is a little bit wicked too, which was engrossing to Dax. Daxton oh Dax.... what can I tell you, he was charming and smart and oh so swoony. The way he takes on his new responsibility full heartedly was inspiring and moving. I felt so much empathy for him. I think I would be a fangirl too if I ever ran into him!

I feel this book will connect with so many readers, and that's why I would recommend that you give this one a go.

*I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

**Reviewed by Monique for Joandisalovebooks Blog.

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Friday, 12 April 2019

Before We Fell by Stacey Lynn

REVIEWED BY
Tina Shobe 



Before We FellBefore We Fell by Stacey Lynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Noah has done everything and is doing everything he can for his niece Riley including giving up his high power job. When when I read what is causing her not to talk and communicate with others I was gutted. Her teacher, Lauren is the type of teacher that is fully invested in her students and wants to reach them on whatever level she can. I really admire Lauren. She does not back down from Noah. She has both Riley and Noah's best interest at heart.

Though Noah and Lauren fight their chemistry at first it becomes too powerful not to give in. Just when life seems to be looking like there is a bright future for the three of them their world is blown apart by the one person that has practically ruined Lauren's life since childhood. A person that Lauren has no responsibility for. How is it fair that Lauren has to continuously pay for his actions.

On the other-hand how is Noah supposed to overlook that the person who is so closely connected to Lauren destroyed Riley and Noah's life. How do you get beyond that.

A warning alert: you'll want tissues close at hand when reading this book. At least I had to have them. This book is extremely well written.



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Tuesday, 9 April 2019

Nobody Does It Better by Lauren Blakely

REVIEWED BY
Melinda Lazar 



Nobody Does it BetterNobody Does it Better by Lauren Blakely
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Nobody Does It Better by Lauren Blakely

This book has been so ridiculously anticipated especially after The Feel Good Factor that I read - no devoured - it in a matter of hours.

Vanessa is off-limits to Shaw and the prohibition has been firmly put in place by Perri, Shaw’s sister and Vanessa’s best friend. As much as Perri loves Shaw, she thinks he’s a player and isn’t good enough for her bestie. Understandable but a bit sad, really, given that both Vanessa and Shaw have deep feelings for each other that have been simmering for quite some time! In any event, give these two a snowstorm and they will use it to their advantage.

I loved it. Every damn word. I loved the realness of their relationship and the slow burn that’s been building up over the years and last two books. I loved the corny, cheesy jokes from Shaw that had me both chuckling and rolling my eyes. I loved Vanessa’s flirtatiousness and willingness to lay it all out. All in all, I thought this book was a fantastic forbidden RomCom and the multiple viewpoints enhanced my enjoyment hugely! Another winner from Blakely and I can’t wait to see what she’ll give us next.

**I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

**Reviewed by Melinda for Joandisalovebooks Blog.

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The Rose by Tiffany Reisz

REVIEWED BY Becky Cox  The Rose by Tiffany Reisz My rating: 5 of 5 stars Tiffany has written a brilliant, naughty, clever story...