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Review: Rock Solid by Carly Phillips & Erika Wilde

Review: Rock Solid by Carly Phillips & Erika Wilde

I am going to start off by saying I LOVED CONNOR! Carly Phillips and Erika Wilde are two authors I have been wanting to read for some time. As soon as I saw the blurb for Rock Solid, I knew I had my chance to dive into these two authors writing.
The blurb grabbed me and […]

Review: Reservations by Kindle Alexander

Review: Reservations by Kindle Alexander

The story of Thane Walker and Levi Silva was a hot and heartfilled journey to a happy neither character would have ever pictured for themselves.
When the book opens we find Levi having put his dreams on hold and struggling as he faces a life he never imagined; we find Thane wildly successful thinking he has […]

New Release & Review: Slap Shot by Kelly Jamieson

New Release & Review: Slap Shot by Kelly Jamieson

Though this book is listed as part of a series, it can easily be read as a stand alone
Slap Shot is the story of Aces professional hockey player Max Hall, known to his teammates as Hallsy.
Kendra Armstrong meets Max at her cousin’s wedding. I want to make sure to say I love how this first […]

Review: Viper by Alyson Santos

Review: Viper by Alyson Santos

Viper is beautifully well written and a book I struggled with.
You see I hated Wes. I didn’t love him in the prior books in the series and as I read Viper I disliked him even more. So while hats off to the author for evoking so much emotion—that emotion made me almost not care if […]

New Release & Review: From this Moment by Melanie Harlow

New Release & Review: From this Moment by Melanie Harlow

Beautifully written and deeply emotional, in true Harlow style she has given readers another unforgettable, unputdownable book in From this Moment.
It’s heartbreaking to watch Hannah coast through life without the love of her life—her husband who passed away unexpectedly. Hannah has her daughter and a job she loves but her heart is broken.
Wes is her […]

New Release & Review: Wicked Ruin by S.L. Jennings

New Release & Review: Wicked Ruin by S.L. Jennings

WOW! Totally mind blown! Everything you think you know will be turned upside down in the latest installment of the Se7en Sinners series—Wicked Ruin. Jennings proves again and again why she is the QUEEN of PNR. Action packed, sinfully sexy, plot twists galore—readers will be left in shock and awe!
I love this cast of characters […]

Review: My Image of You by Melanie Moreland

Review: My Image of You by Melanie Moreland

Melanie Moreland has quickly become an author I know I can depend on for a great read and the Image of You is no exception!
I adore the male lead Adam. He was so well……. I don’t even know what the word is… but Adam knows what he wants and he wants Alexandra.
For the moment Adam […]

New Release & Review: Exes with Benefits by Nicole Williams

New Release & Review: Exes with Benefits by Nicole Williams

I love Nicole Williams writing and Exes with Benefits was amazing.
This is a story of second chances—of young love finding the right time to grow into that all encompassing love.
This is a story of heartbreak, heartache, forgiveness, loyalty, devotion, and that love that is forever.
Maggie leaves her husband Canaan Ford when she can’t watch him […]

Review: Roll with the Punches by Tymber Dalton

Review: Roll with the Punches by Tymber Dalton

Please do NOT read Roll with the Punches until you read Heartache Spoken Here. You do NOT need to read any other prior books in the series. As I have said before, I love that I can jump in and out of this series as a blurb grabs me.
Roll with the Punches is a sequel that […]

Review: Porter by Georgia Cates

Review: Porter by Georgia Cates

I loved Porter the male lead in this book. I LOVED, LOVED that I never questioned his attraction or desire to have Frankee in his life.
As the blurb mentions, this book is about Porter falling for the daughter of one of the brewery’s employees.
Ms. Cates did an outstanding job with this element of the book. […]