Cover Reveal: The Secret to Dating Your Best Friend’s Sister by Meghan Quinn

   How do you date your best friend's sister? Easy. Step one: Pretend you want her to set you up with someone else. That will bring the two of you closer.Step two: Go on date with lots of random women, proceed to get stupid drunk and talk about your best friend's sister, thus gaining the courage …

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Book Review: Love Over Logic by Diana Hicks

Emilia Prado has dreamed of enacting revenge on her father's killer especially since he also left her and her mother for dead. This is also a man who they considered family. Emilia knows that she has a window of opportunity when her cousin, Jess comes to her for a divorce from the said killer. But nothing is easy. Her cousin's husband is still in the cartel. A cartel that wants her dead. To remain alive, she must enlist the help of her law school crush, Dom. 

Book Review: Your Rhythm by Katia Rose

 Book one of the Sherbrooke Station series Matt Pearson is the drummer of an up and coming alternative rock band. The band has a large following even though they just signed with a large label Atlas Records. Matt is considered the "mother" of the band. Anything that needs to be fixed--Matt fixes it. If he …

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Teaser Blitz: Memories of Us by Kennedy Mitchell

MEMORIES OF US is a standalone, second chance contemporary romance filled with twists and turns as a forgotten past is remembered.   BRENTON I’m a desperate man. The memories I’ve lost now threaten my future. After years spent escaping my family’s high society drama I’m back in town to fix my past. Only one person …

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Book Review:Exquisite Taste by J.D. Hollyfield

This book was not what I expected. I knew it was erotica and there would be a lot of sex scenes. What I didn't expect was how suspenseful the storyline would be. There were times I had no idea what would happen next. Having a bat shit crazy character in the mix definitely added a new level to the book--I'm not going to tell you who is bat shit crazy. I read this in two days barely putting the book down. Many times, I wanted to beat each of the characters for being idiots or straight up denying themselves what they wanted. The intrigue is what keep me reading until 3am to finish the book. 

Book Review: Buried by Brenda Rothert

Derek Heaton is one of the highest paid quarterbacks in the NFL. He loves the outdoors which is why he bought a secluded cabin in northeastern Colorado. A gift to his father is adding an underground bunker--something his father has always wanted. The last thing he could ever imagine was being locked in it for months with four other people. 

Erin Morrison is doing her uncle Cal a favor by delivering these groceries from our family farm, winery, and grocery store. What Cal didn't know was that the delivery would be to the famous football player's underground bunker. Had Cal known that he would have made the delivery himself since Erin has clausterphobia from incidents with her mother as a child. Those incidents lead Erin to living with her uncle, aunt, and their two sons. One thing Erin planned to do after completing her delivery was making the trek to Camp Caroline--a camp for kids who have suffered various forms of abuse. The camp teaches kids numerous outdoor activities including hiking. Being locked underground was more than difficult for Erin with her clausterphobia although she was able to overcome it--to a certain degree. The bunker is HUGE!! Derek had an indoor track. 

Book Blitz: The Attraction Equation by Kadie Scott

But then…footsteps. Headed her way. She hopped away from the door and looked frantically around the room. Nope, still nowhere to hide. Oh, God. I am so busted. Only one day of breaking the building’s rule and now she was going to have to find her best friend another place to live. Yep. I’m so totally screwed. Her heart decided it wanted out of this hot mess and went for the escape hatch up her throat, but lodged there as the door opened.

Book Blitz: False Memory by Meli Raine

Giveaway!! Blitz-wide giveaway (INTL) $25 Gyft.com gift card Synopsis: It all started with the bereavement flowers with my name on them. Not the best way to wake up, right? I work in a flower shop. I know a funeral arrangement when I see one. I know a killer when I see one, too. And one is standing …

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Book Review: Small Town Heart by Andrea Johnston

I have to begin with how much I love every Andrea Johnston novel. I don't I've read a mediocre novel from her. I love everyone of them. I will admit this is not one of my favorites (Tequila and Tailgates will always be the top--Ashton is wickedly hilarious. If you haven't read it--Do it!). I love how she intertwines the characters from her previous series with this one. Although, if you haven't read the series, you can still fully understand these characters since they were minor characters in the series. The reader didn't get a lot about Beth during her time at Country Road--although we do know who her hook-up is and why he wanted a long term relationship with her and not Beth. But Mercy tells us her version later in the book too. No one is in the dark about her previous life.  Mercy Elizabeth Warner is still trying to find her place in this world after working for Taylor at Country Road--a bar in Lexington, Kentucky. Beth as she went by in Lexington decided it was time for a change. It had nothing to do with the fact that her casual hook up decided he wanted a long term relationship--with someone else. She heads back to Texas to visit her momma for two weeks before heading for the bright lights of Austin. She grew up in a small town and hates everything about it. She loves everything about big city life. Until her car breaks down a few miles from a small town over two hours from Austin, luck is on her side. Sorda of