Review: Whiskey Kisses by Addison Moore

  Book 4 of 3 AM Series   I have been addicted to this series! I read it in between scheduled ARCs. I am a bit sad that this small circle of friends love stories are over--in a way. I'm excited to read about their siblings and others who attend Whitney Briggs. I'm curious about …

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Book Review: Interlude by D Kelly

Review I commend Kelly for exploring bisexuality and giving the characters the freedom to explore their sexuality. Very few authors have successfully been able to allow the characters this level of sexual and emotional exploration without the novel being erotic or overtly sexual. Jordan and Kyle's sexuality is about who they are as a person …

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Book Review: Down We’ll Come, Baby by Carrie Aarons

  Most generally romance novels end when the couple is engaged or even when they marry, very few explore married life. That's where this novel goes. What happens when the spark is fizzling? Chemistry is still there but life gets in the way. For Imogene and Theo, a few things are getting in the way …

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Book Review: The Consequences of Falling by Claire Contreras

  The Consequence of Falling, a contemporary romance by New York Times Bestselling Author Claire Contreras is Live! Presley Rose has a sheltered life--she went to the best private school, raised in a McMansion with loving parents. She thought her life was perfection until she was 15. Her parents were divorcing and this obnoxious man …

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Book Review: Memories of Us by Kennedy Mitchell

A heartbreaking second chance romance that pulls all the heart strings. This is one of the few books, I've cried while reading. It doesn't help that my grandparents had a farm growing up so many of my own memories intermingled with this story and characters. It is a must read! Brenton Graves left his grandfather's ranch right after high school for college. Both he and his brother, Caleb attended school in Dallas--six hours away from the ranch. It also placed both boys closer to their alcoholic father who uses people, women, and drug more than toilet paper. Oh, and the Graves family are oil tycoon rich from Brenton's great, great, great, great, great grandfather. The ranch has been in their family for generations. Too bad Brenton doesn't remember much from his teen years through to his early twenties. Until he woke up in a rehab center with his grandfather looking over him.

Book Review: He Loves You Not by Tara Brown

Lacey has always been the outsider looking in. Being Marcia LaCroix's best friend and attending a private high school gave a glimpse of being an insider. To Marcia, Lacey is her sister--her soulmate. The two are complete opposites in everything. Marcia loves to shop and is completely self-absorbed. Lacey works hard and gives to others. Lacey is also being mentored by Marcia's father to take over his company. She has been working for him every summer as an intern since they started college. Mr. LaCroix thinks of Lacey as another daughter. He's upset with her when he finds out that Lucy's brother has cancer. Lacey doesn't tell him. It's the running joke that Lacey is his favorite. 

Release Day: Royally Yours by Emma Chase

Princess Lenora Celeste Beatrice Arabella Pembrook had an unusual childhood. She was raised to be a Queen—the first Queen of Wessco. It’s a big deal. When she’s crowned at just nineteen, the beautiful young monarch is prepared to rule. She’s charming, clever, confident and cunning. What she isn’t…is married. It’s her advising council’s first priority. It’s what Parliament is demanding, and what her people want. Lenora has no desire to tie herself to a man—particularly one who only wants her for her crown. But compromises must be made and royals must do their duty. Even Queens. Especially them.

Book Review: Chasing my Forever by Heidi McLaughlin

I love love love Quinn James and his introverted ways. Part of it could be due to the fact that y son is extremely introverted. I could see many of the same traits in both Quinn and my son. Once Quinn picks up a guitar, he transforms. He comes alive. Music runs through him. He doesn't have a single memory without music or band life. He grew up on a tour bus, recording studio, or where ever his drummer father was. Quinn loves his quiet life. He plays on open mic nights where he meets Eleanora Boone fresh from college.  Eleanora is from a rich southern family, deeply rooted in traditions. One tradition is unofficial arranged marriages. She was dating Roy all through high school. She thought she was in love with him. But shortly after she left, Roy was dating other women. Sure, in high school there were rumors that Roy was cheating on her with other women. She never had proof. She was in love with him so she believed everything he said. He has been pressuring her to come home so they can announce their engagement. Even though he hasn't asked her. Even her parents are talking about the engagement. This is one of the many reasons why she picked a college far away from South Carolina. Now, she's a college graduate. She's expected to come home and marry Roy. Just the thought sends waves of panic through her. When the opportunity arises to drive her graduation present home instead of flying, she takes it. Instead of driving home, she drives to California and shares an apartment with her college friend, Kellie. 

The Break up Erin McCarthy Book Promo

I have a previous book review from this novel. I enjoyed reading it. It is definitely worth the money to buy!!About THE BREAKUPCan two wrongs feel oh-so-right? This bride is about to find out—with the bad boy who makes an epic breakup worth her while. Bella: I know I’m a princess. I’m used to getting …

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Girlfriend, Interrupted Patricia Caliskan

Ella Shawe met the man of her dreams--who also has two children. This isn't a story of how she wants/needs the children's approval. It is how she adapts to life after living with Dan and his children for the past seven months. Ella is trying to be the best step-girlfriend she can be but creating …

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