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Review of Naughty Holidays 2016 by Nicole Edwards

Review of Naughty Holidays 2016 by Nicole Edwards

Reading Naughty Holidays was like coming home, well to be clear all three holiday stories were. I was so absorbed in this read that I didn’t want to put it down!!
5 stars
Ethan and Beau’s story was just WOW, I love these men so much! Witnessing them living their happy, relying on each other, continuing to intertwine their lives and facing […]

Review of After We Fall by Melanie Harlow

Review of After We Fall by Melanie Harlow

Readers who love second chance romance will fall in love with After We Fall by Melanie Harlow.
This book has Melanie’s trademark humor and wit (Scone Cold Bitch hahahaha – read the book so you can find out what this is LOL!!) but beyond that, After We Fall is emotional, heartwarming and heartbreaking all at the same […]

Review of A Cranberry Inn Christmas by Beth Ehemann

Review of A Cranberry Inn Christmas by Beth Ehemann

Ok first A Cranberry Inn Christmas is NOT standalone. Second it is so rare for me to love a novella length book but I LOVED this one!
I think because it was a look at characters I adore, ones who have taken residence in my heart. This book was a visit with them, a look into their […]

Review of From Sand and Ash by Amy Harmon

Review of From Sand and Ash by Amy Harmon

Completely captivating and unputdownable – From Sand and Ash is a definite TOP FAVORITE of 2016!
A poignant and touching story of courage, sacrifice, faith, hope and love amidst the turmoil and devastation of WWII. I don’t normally read historical romance but I love Ms. Harmon’s writing and wanted to take a chance on this story and I […]

Sexy Lies and Rock & Roll by Sawyer Bennett

Sexy Lies and Rock & Roll by Sawyer Bennett

Rocker and playboy Evan Scott will pull you in from the moment you meet him in Sexy Lies and Rock & Roll! It is an interesting first scene filled with sex and intrigue.
I adored how Emma Peterson came into this story and the cute way in which a character from a prior Sawyer Bennett book […]

A Veil of Vines by Tillie Cole is LIVE!!!

A Veil of Vines by Tillie Cole is LIVE!!!

A Veil of Vines is the second book I have read by Tillie Cole and I enjoyed it.
Caresa Acardi, the Duchessa di Parma is betrothed to Prince Zeno Savona; both families from Italy and blue blood where being royals and arranged marriages still exist to keep the legacy alive and in this case to maintain […]

Review of The Boyfriend Makeover by River Jaymes

Review of The Boyfriend Makeover by River Jaymes

I love Ms. Jaymes’ writing and was so excited she has returned to share more of this cast I have come to adore! Noah has been a character who played a role in this series from the very beginning and to see Noah finally get this story in The Boyfriend Makeover and his happy truly had […]

Review of The Studying Hours by Sara Ney

Review of The Studying Hours by Sara Ney

The Studying Hours (How to Date a Douchebag #1) is a random book I saw a blogger friend (Maryse!!) talk about that I picked up in the middle of the craziness that is my TBR. Every once in a while I just need a break or to read something that is not scheduled and different […]

Bad Romeo Christmas by Leisa Rayven is LIVE!!!

Bad Romeo Christmas by Leisa Rayven is LIVE!!!

Our favorite Starcrossed characters are back in Bad Romeo Christmas! Three novellas in one anthology – A fun look into one of our our fave series and what the characters have been up to since the last we saw them.
Ethan/Cassie, Elissa/Liam, and Josh/Angel are celebrating the holidays and New Year with family and friends and I loved seeing their happy […]

Review of Trust by Jana Aston

Review of Trust by Jana Aston

I sooooooooooo needed this book. From the moment I opened it, I was pulled in with Ms. Aston’s wit, humor and epic banter between characters I have grown to love.
I was in such a book funk, like struggling to even want to pick up my kindle. Trust had me not wanting to put my kindle […]