Wednesday, 21 November 2018

4th & Girl by Max Monroe

REVIEWED BY
Monique Cashmere 



4th & Girl (Mavericks Tackle Love, #4)4th & Girl by Max Monroe
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is my first Max Monroe book, and it won't be my last. It was a quick, fun read told in dual POV and I had it finished in a day. It is light, little to no angst and plenty of sweet sweet romance.

The Mavericks Rookie is keen to get off the training field, do the random drug test and hit the showers. Little did he know that he was about to meet the quirky, buttered fingered nurse aid that will haunt his thoughts for the months to come. As fate would have it, he finds her again in the least likely of places. This time Leo will not let her out of his sight! As for Gemma, being Alma's assistant isn't life fulfilling but it is very interesting indeed! All she needs is a little push, or maybe a big one, to help her through her anxieties and live out her dreams.

This is a standalone novel in a series, and at no point did I feel left out not having read the others. Although, it did give us a little background of the other couples, and I am now interested to go back and read those too. There is a pleasing epilogue that brings the story to a very happy ending. Fans of Max Monroe and the Mavericks will be delighted with this one.


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Friday, 16 November 2018

tragic by Devney Perry

REVIEWED BY
Ann Meemken

Tragic (Lark Cove, #3)Tragic by Devney Perry
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Kaine has had a tragic loss that devastated him and made him cut ties with the outside world. He found seclusion in a mountain area in lark cove.

Piper is starting a new life for herself after a divorce. She finds the perfect location for her new home in the mountain area in lark cove.

There is also a hot neighbor close by although he is a bit grumpy. She is set to win him over and find out what has happened to him to cause him so much pain.

This story is beautifully written. Piper is just the medicine Kaine needs to mend a broken heart. Piper is in need of a second chance at love. They both have baggage from past relationships but will they get there happily ever after?

I loved this story. I like how they both share bits and pieces of there shattered life. It tugs at the heartstrings. You can't help but root for them to get it right.

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Bulldozer by P.Dangelico

REVIEWED BY 
Melinda Lazar 

Bulldozer (Hard to Love #3)Bulldozer by P. Dangelico
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Bulldozer by P Dangelico

I just want to cryyyyyyyyyyyyyy from happiness right now! This book had all the feels of Wrecking Ball, not only one of my favorite books by this author but also one of my favorite books, full stop. Having finished Wrecking Ball for the umpteenth time just moments before cranking this bad boy open, I had no expectation that Bulldozer would be as engaging, enjoyable, fiery as the former and omg I was so wrong! This book, from the first few pages, ticked so many boxes for me that I just refused to put it down till the sweet, sweet end where Dangelico gave me my favorite ending (no, no, it wasn’t me with one of her characters) - a double epilogue.

Grant and Amanda meet under less than perfect circumstances: she and her son Sam have gone to take up residence in her brothers home in the Hamptons where she’s greeted by grumpy, injured, NAKED Grant who also has the keys to the house and the owners permission to stay. What follows is a fantastic enemies to lovers story with the most delicious slow burn and what I think is Dangelico’s most romantic book to-date.

I think Dangelico’s books are always well written and thought out, her characters always well developed and interesting and Bulldozer is no exception to this. What I love love love though, is her ability to write some of the biggest assholes around and make them lovable with charm, humor, and hearts of gold. My love for Grant is up there with my love for Cal and I really didn’t think I would ever say that.

Cameo appearances from characters we’ve met previously and particularly the light of my literary life was the icing on this delicious cake and in all, I thought this book was perfection. I think this will be another book by the author that I’ll read many times over.

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Like You Mean It by Jillian Liota

REVIEWED BY
Micky Barnard 


Like You Mean ItLike You Mean It by Jillian Liota
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Got wrapped up in this story

I got lost in this book by Jillian Liota, it’s a story that worked for me on a number of levels and also had a thread of uniqueness. The heroine, Annie is a single parent (I love single parent tropes) and there are a few twists to her background which I don’t want to spoil. Annie moves next door to a sympathetic neighbour, Cole.

Cole was a beautiful bunch of contradictions that grew on me. He had a bit of a biker-look but not a biker’s attitude. He was just a guy, running his business, seeing his girlfriend of two years but keeping her at a casual distance. There’s an element of commitment-phobe assholery to him, but I was drawn in. He was a compassionate neighbour and his relationship with Jones, Annie’s son, built quickly and I loved them together. Cole and Annie however, seemed to have good moments but then crossed wires and hurt. The girlfriend, Jess had something to do with this, boy, she irritated the heck out of me.

“I’d made it some sort of unspoken mission to try and bring whatever light Annie has inside of her to the front, to give her reason to smile like she means it. Instead, I doused it in water.”

Annie’s character went on a journey from mouse mom to empowered mom over time but she also evolved to believe in herself and find respect again. I enjoyed her character growth.

This is a book of slow burn proportions and whilst I enjoyed that because slow burn is my kryptonite, I wanted more intimacy on the page; I wanted more in culmination. I feel like I could read another Annie and Cole story but the epilogues make me think this isn’t happening.

This was a great read, a story that will wrap you up in the guy/girl (adult) next door and will keep you guessing about where things are going to end up. I think that Jillian Liota has shown versatility from her NA sports romance to this contemporary romance quite beautifully. I remain excited to read what comes next from her.

I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

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Rising Star by Susannah Nix

REVIEWED BY 
Becky Cox 



Rising StarRising Star by Susannah Nix
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Rising Star is my first Susannah Nix story.

I truly enjoyed Alice and Griffin’s story. It is a sweet love story with great character development.

In the beginning, their careers are not uncommon but the more I read the more their stories unfolded; there was so much more.

There were scenes that made me giggle, swoon and frown. Several great secondary characters that would make fantastic future stories.

If you are looking for a sweet love story with a bit of angst, here ya go!

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A Bear's Protection by Dakota West

REVIEWED BY 
Joanne Swinney 



A Bear's Protection (Shifter Country Bears, #1)A Bear's Protection by Dakota West
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

My favorite storylines, shifters. And as if it couldn’t get any better than that it’s an M/M with M/M/F.
Thank you, God. Well, thank you, Dakota West for a great story.

Ash and Hunter two male shifters who have been more than happy living their lives as a couple, but apparently want every male on male shifter was is a triad, finding that one special woman that will make then complete. Not everyone has found the perfect threesome yet. Some can go for years without finding their final mate.

Cora has left behind her family, job, basically a whole life to start over. Someone clearly won’t take no for an answer, but it’s more than that. A guy she dated only twice is stalking her, the really weird kind. Sending her letters, photos of her sleeping, very scary.

Cora is moving to start again, and what better place to start over than in a town with shifters. Two men to every one woman. I’m looking up for the postcode as I write this review. (cheesy smile inserted here)

When Cora and Ash meet you just know sparks will eventually fly, but when Cora meets Hunter I thought forget the sparks, there’s going to be orgasmic fireworks with these two hot males. Oh. My. God. Even better than I imagine.

Neil the stalker isn’t about to give, unfortunately. But she’s with two very strong shifters, so she’s protected, right?

This was such a great story, I am jumping right into book two. God, I hope it’s as hot as book one.



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Taken Love by Casey Clipper

REVIEWED BY
Joanne Swinney 


Taken Love (The Love Series #4)Taken Love by Casey Clipper
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I am gutted this is the last instalment of this series. I wanted to hear Mr. Murphy’s story. I’m stamping my feet like a two-year-old. I want more. I am most certainly going to read other books by this Author, I suppose I’ll have to content myself with that.

Smith was Derk’s partner. Always very quiet, in the background. Who knew the guy was a man with many secrets. They do say, you have to watch out for the quiet ones. Very true in this case. Mr. Murphy sure wants to keep him close.

Smith shakes up the mob without really meaning to. He thought he was helping someone out. He knew what would happen if the rivals got ahold of, Cara. A young woman he only previously met. If you can even call it that.

Cara has had the worst luck. Her only living parent is the complete worst. Her so-called mother has put Cara’s life in danger. Being Kidnapped is only the beginning on this rollercoaster Cara has been forced upon.

Smith will do everything in his power to save Cara. And I mean everything. Who would have thought he’d actually go against the mob boss. I was reading thinking, are you insane?

This story will shock the knickers off you. People are literally fighting for their lives in more ways than you could possibly imagine.

I have loved reading each of these books in this series. My only complaint? I WANT MORE!!


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Dangerous Love by Casey Clipper

REVIEWED BY 
Joanne Swinney 


Dangerous Love (Love, #3)Dangerous Love by Casey Clipper
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Derk Forester!! after reading book one and two I had my doubts about even liking this guy. How wrong was I. I’m in love with Derk. He’s not every woman’s idea of the ideal man, but it’s Derk, and setting aside his bad boy persona, his wild ways with countless women. This man has passion by the buckets when he loves, he loves fiercely.

What Derk wants the most is, Mackenzie Hiland. Now she’s not about to become his next notch on his bedpost. But Derk isn’t about to give up without a fight.

Mackenzie has had her fair share of problems, an ex-husband who clearly has no sense of decency. The only one constant in Mackenzie’s life is her best friend.
This girl most definitely needed some good luck. Maybe Derk wasn’t what some would same the best kind of luck. But he would protect her with his life. She would want for nothing, be cared for and loved. That sounds pretty awesome to me.


Derk works for the mob boss, Mr. Murphy. I don’t know what it is about this guy, but I’m seriously drawn to him. He’s in every story, but I really want to know his story. He and Courtney have a relationship that no man would ever come between.

Derk accepts a high position with Mr. Murphy. It’s not something he envisioned himself doing, but for Mackenzie, he’d do anything.

This book had it all, and then some. I think I have a thing for dangerous men and all things mob.


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Dearest Stalker: Part 3 by Lane Parker


REVIEWED BY
Joanne Swinney 

Dearest Stalker: Part 3Dearest Stalker: Part 3 by Lane Parker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Another fabulous installment of, Dearest Stalker. This story is ongoing, I know once I have read the last part I’ll be devastated it’s over, but by God do I really want part 4 like yesterday.

If you’ve been following this story, you’ll probably have your suspicions on who Mr, sexy stalker is. I know I have my theories, and well nothing has been completely confirmed yet. But if it’s not who I think it is then who else can it be? It’s intense for sure, I mean to have this kind of love and affection, but not knowing who from can be daunting, but at the same time, this guy has looked after Kate her whole life so he can’t be a bad guy, right? It’s confusing to say the least.

Kate is finally living a life where she has a job that she loves, a home she is safe in and food on the table. The only thing missing is love. She longs to be held, and although she’s had her world rocked on a couple of occasions, she has never been able to look into her lover’s eyes.

Ian Blackwood has been on his own for so long it’s difficult for him to be around Kate. He doesn’t just want a working relationship with her, he wants HER!!

What will become of Ian and Kate? will there even be an Ian and Kate? who’s the real stalker?
O.M.G. I’m holding my breath for the final installment.


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Control by K. Bromberg

REVIEWED BY
Melinda Lazar 


Control (Everyday Heroes #3.5; 1001 Dark Nights, #92)Control by K. Bromberg
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Control by K Bromberg

We met and fell in love with Desi in Cuffed, which was her best friend, Emerson’s story. I was THRILLED to hear Desi would be getting a novella of her own and Bromberg did not disappoint.

After a traumatic experience, Desi signed up for self-defense classes where she meets the utterly delectable Reznor Mayne. Reznor is on a short break from his position on the SF SWAT team after he too has a devastating experience. While Desi is a character who has defensive walls built all around her, Rez shows the gentleness and determination to break her down. The two butted heads quite often which made their sexy times fairly scorching!

This was a great, short novella to accompany the Everyday Heroes series which can definitely be read as a standalone. While this was a short read, I feel that the author did justice to the characters and kept the story more than interesting. Interesting enough that I didn’t put it down till the end!

*I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

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Fireworks by Sarina Bowen

REVIEWED BY
Melinda Lazar 



Fireworks (True North, #6)Fireworks by Sarina Bowen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Fireworks by Sarina Bowen

I just lovvvve this series by Sarina Bowen! Every single book in the series has proven to be a huge hit for me and Fireworks was no exception. It’s the second-chance love story for Benito and Skylar who were best friends when they were younger and both secretly in love with the other. They’ve not had any communication with each other for twelve years and Skye wouldn’t have returned back to Vermont now if it wasn’t for her kind-of sister. Her memories of and experiences in Vermont were just awful and once Benny had let her down, she had no ties or desire to return. However, Skylar’s sister is in huge trouble and this forces Skye back into Benito’s sexy arms and life where he’s more than happy to have her.

While this was ultimately a romance, it also has a sense of mystery/suspense and given that I’ve not read one of those for a while, I really loved that! I really enjoyed watching these two find their way back to each other: I did wish Skye had opened up a bit more but I also understood why she couldn’t. I found myself a little frustrated with the fact that Skylar didn’t question what happened all those years ago when Benny let her down and the addition of the drama involving a certain character that I really could have done without brings me to the reason I’m giving this book 4 stars instead of the usual 5. Having said that, I still thoroughly enjoyed this book and Benito is just swoon-worthy!

*I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

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Unexpected Love by Casey Clipper


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Joanne Swinney 

Unexpected Love (Love, #2)Unexpected Love by Casey Clipper
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I knew from book one in this series that I was going to be hooked. I couldn’t wait to continue reading about the other characters in, The Love Series.

I would say that you could read each book as a standalone because each story is based around one of the main characters, but to enjoy the full experience of this fantastic storytelling series, I would advise starting at the beginning. There’s no better way to live and breathe each character as you take their journey with them.

This book is about Ryan Millen, the twin brother of Sean who I read about in book one. God, I just knew his story was going to be swoon-worthy.

Ryan’s life is literally turned upside down. I wasn’t sure how he was going to go from playboy to family man since his record of past relationships was full of one night stands. No ties, just simple fun going from one partner to another.

Ryan’s story is compelling, the need to know what happens next makes for a great page-turner. Everyone deals with situations, and events in their lives differently. When you have a strong family, support system like Ryan’s who will not let him neglect his responsibilities it makes, Ryan’s life that much more difficult.

Lynn is in the right place at the right time some might say. Her brother and cousin who already work for the Murphy’s, Ryan and Sean’s cousin would disagree. Entering the Murphy family can be dangerous. If you haven’t had a family though, and desperately want to be part of something more it’s a risk many would take.

Lynn and Ryan both seek something neither can really admit to needing. Relationships are never without certain complications, and Ryan most definitely has complications in his life.

Danger, love, amazing sex. This story has it all. I would definitely recommend you read this series.


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Monday, 12 November 2018

The Truth Within by Sloane Kennedy


REVIEWED BY
Isa Jones


The Truth Within (Pelican Bay #3)The Truth Within by Sloane Kennedy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Another formidable story

The wait was truly worth it after finishing the third book in the Pelican Bay series. Each book features a new couple and in this story, we met Ford and Cam. Cam is the new sheriff in town and has not been able to stop worrying about Ford and the bruises he’s constantly displaying. Ford’s brother. Jimmy, who we met in previous books, has been terrorizing him from the get-go and Ford sadly believed this was the life he was meant to lead. He has learned to box his emotions and the constant preaching of going to hell if he let his true self show have completely void him of the person he was meant to be. Thankfully Cam couldn’t let things go, having his own demons, he knew better but to stay away, but the feelings of protectiveness keep propelling him towards the young man. Together they fight old wounds. Once again, love teaches us it can be the soothing balm which our soul needs to fight for your dreams, no matter how hidden these may be. Ford and Cam’s story is one of survival and not giving up on those you love. Sloane again comes back with a formidable story of Family, lost love and found, and finding happiness in The midst of despair. 5 STARS. Isa for Joandisalovebooks and Love Has No Gender BLOG.

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Ache for You by J.T. Geissinger


REVIEWED BY
Micky Barnard 



Ache for You (Slow Burn, #3)Ache for You by J.T. Geissinger
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4.5 stars

This was a read of pure escapism for me. ACHE FOR YOU came into my life just at a great moment and sucked me into a great story with fabulous chemistry and all the banter. I have loved the previous two books in this series and this book did not let me down. Please never finish with this series, JT Geissenger.

ACHE FOR YOU starts with a jilting at the altar, of mammoth proportions and if you think the heroine Kimber’s luck is down then, it really just gets worse. She travels from San Fran to Italy where everything begins to sizzle against her will. Kimber is a semi-native of Italy and being back is bittersweet for a number of reasons. Matteo is her thorn in the side and I found that my reticence for these two because of the recent jilting was broken down because I fell hook, line and sinker ‘the Count’.

“He....unhooks his cuff links, sets them on the table, and rolls up the cuffs of his shirt, staring at me the whole time. I can’t look away. It’s like porn. You know you shouldn’t watch it, but you can’t stop.”

This book made me feel excited, it made me hold my breath through the slow, excruciating burn and it made me suspenseful about what each page would bring. I thoroughly recommend this for an escape your life and stress, weekend read. You cannot go wrong with a great story, characters and chemistry read.

I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

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Sinful Games by Shelly Alexander

REVIEWED BY
Joanne Swinney



Sinful Games (Checkmate, Inc, #4)Sinful Games by Shelly Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sinfully good reading. I have loved this series from the beginning. Who would have thought geeksters could be sexy, but boy do these men turned their lives around, and each become drool worthy. Clever and sexy is a lethal combination.

Oz’s story is definitely my favourite thus far. He’s watched his friends fall head over heels in love, and never thought it would happen to him. Oh! How the mighty have fallen and fallen hard.

Oz’s life before he decided to set up shop with his friends was complicated to say the least. He was in a loveless marriage. Most certainly unhappy with the way his future was looking. So, he did the best thing he could. He changed his direction and did something that has now made him a successful businessman.

Oz can be difficult to work with, and that’s putting it mildly. He’s had a few assistants, okay more than a few, but he clearly knows what he wants. Or what he doesn’t. That’s until Kendall Tate walks into his life, or rather his office. She takes no hostages this woman. Needing a job, and watching her surroundings she makes a bold move that lands her a job.

Working with Oz can be difficult, but Kendall is made of the strong stuff. She’s not about to put up with any bull from him. Turnabout is fair play though, and it seems Oz is the one finding it difficult working with Kendall.

Kendall AKA pink has the hots for her boss. But she needs this job, and she’s not about to risk losing it. Oz, on the other hand, has a plan. It’s not a solid plan, but hey if it gets him, and Kendall naked almost who’s he to complain. What is it they say about the best-laid plans?

Hot office sex, life changing events, jaw dropping discoveries only make up a portion of this story’s elements. It was such a fantastic read, I didn’t want it to end.
Each book can be read as a standalone, but honestly you’ll want to know about each of them.


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Wednesday, 7 November 2018

Good Time by Jana Aston


REVIEWED BY
Melinda Lazar 



Good TimeGood Time by Jana Aston
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Good Time by Jana Aston

I’ve had this book waiting for a few days now and I didn’t want to read it till I absolutely had to. Why? I hear you ask. Well, I’d been so so eager to know what happened That Night with Payton and Vince but I knew that once I read this, it would (obviously) be over. If you’ve read Good Girl, you’ll know exactly what bombshell I’m referring to and if you haven’t, well I’m not sure what you’re waiting for! That book was a must-read for any RomCom lover. In Good Time we find out exactly how to marriage of good time girl Payton and strip club owner Vince came to be and what happened after the vows were said.

This book was such fun to read and I kept facepalming myself with some of the things that either came out of Payton’s mouth or entered her brain. She was such a fun character to get to know. Vince is the most delicious older man here; he’s smart, in control, and knows where he’s going. What he does not know is what the next thing to come out of Payton’s mouth will be. He just accepted Payton the way she was, idiosyncrasies and all and didn’t once try and change her and I loved that.

I thought this was a fantastic RomCom from Aston and is yet another of her books I wholeheartedly recommend. This can definitely be read as a standalone though I still insist you read Good Girl first!

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Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan

REVIEWED BY
Micky Barnard 



Girls of Paper and FireGirls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Natasha Ngan created a fascinating world in GIRLS OF PAPER AND FIRE, it was complex and yet not difficult to grasp a hold of. It is a world of castes, paper, moon, steel, and demon, with the Demon King at the head. Lei is paper caste, the most lowly of the castes but there is something special about her, her eyes. She is kidnapped and brought to be one of the honoured paper girls that the king gets to choose and bed for a year as he wishes. A grim life for a 17-year-old.

This is a tale of politics, war, oppression, slavery, and fear. Lei embarks in a journey from fearful new paper girl to a young woman who has a streak of fearless bravery, almost foolish at times. The land of the Demon King was colourful and diverse, the descriptions were excellent and my mind supplied all the mental pictures that I needed. The characters were a range of sweet, fiery, plain mean and evil.

The diversity elements of this book were fabulous. I welcomed the relationship between Lei and Wren and yet sometimes I struggled to connect with their coupling because the chemistry lacked a little something. This being a first in the series, I am hoping for more of a build in the relationship between these two. The sisterly relationships of the paper girls were almost like a high school corridor with the resident mean girl, Blue. In addition, I loved to hate the Demon King, he really was vile.

This had both a sense of completion and an “oh heck, what” moment at the end. I am definitely looking forward to catching up with these characters again and finding out what happens in this world.

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Friday, 2 November 2018

Book Boyfriend by Dawn L. Chiletz


REVIEWED BY
Monique Cashmere 


Book BoyfriendBook Boyfriend by Dawn L. Chiletz
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I am a BIG fan of Dawn L. Chiletz and even though I love her rom-com’s the best, this second chance contemporary romance is pretty good too. It does have some great lines to keep you laughing but it is also a lot deeper than I was expecting with some angst and drama.

I enjoyed the storyline of an author breaking a writing draught by using a hook up of a total stranger on holidays and making him her new muse. Greer has had some hardships in her life which has given her some trust issues, but the one thing that is going well is her writing and a movie deal. Everyone falls for a book boyfriend but no one has ever had him come to life until now. Fisher whilst jogging along a beach smacks right into Greer and they spend the night getting to know each other and bonding over tacos. He has no idea what is to come when a new book hits the stands a few months later.

This is a quick read of a couple falling hard and fast but miscommunication stuffs things up. It’s not easy for Greer to trust with being stung badly before, and it will take some doing on both parts to mend the hurt that both received from each other. It felt a lot like life was imitating art with certain parts of this book and that some demons were expelled in writing it. I certainly felt for Greer and what she went through. At times I questioned Fisher’s motivation but he was such a sweetie and a true romantic I couldn’t help but fall for this book boyfriend.

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Want by Kayti McGee

REVIEWED BY
Becky Cox 



Want (Ryder Brothers, #2)Want by Kayti McGee
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Want was a fun, short read with great characters. Jake is a former boy band member who would rather write music and stay out of the limelight. Marlee, a childhood friend of Jake and his brothers, is recovering from a recent breakup and needs somewhere to stay. Jake offers her that and a whole lot more.

These characters are sweet and Jake is just the cutest. Marlee is a bit naive but I love her boldness at times. Her curiosity made me laugh.

I would suggest this to anyone wanting a sweet romance that will make you smile. I enjoyed this one so much I went back and read the first one. ;-)





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Enemies With Benefits by Roxie Noir

REVIEWED BY Ann Meemken  Enemies With Benefits by Roxie Noir My rating: 4 of 5 stars Eli and Violet were nemesis since Kinderga...