Review: Flutter by Carrie Aarons

Review After reading Keaton and Bowen's books, I was ecstatic for the twins story. Aarons does not disappoint with Forrest. She showcases Forrest and his unique twin relationship with Fletcher superbly allowing Fletcher's story to begin building within Forrest more so than the previous storylines with the brothers much like their relationship with each other. …

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Review: Fix Her Up by Tessa Bailey

  Review Georgette Castle is the baby of the family--the only way to get attention is being funny, the clown of the family and town. Literally. Georgie is a professional clown due to that no one takes her seriously especially her family. To top it off her childhood crush returned to town. Georgie is at …

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Review and Giveaway: White Collar Rancher by Marie Johnston

Review I read the previous books in the series, but I wasn't as excited for this one as I was for those. Justin has moments where I loved him but they were just moments. His coupling with Priya is perfection. They completely balance each other. Justin's life is a complete and utter hot mess. His …

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Review and excerpt: Enemies with Benefits by Roxie Noir

Review A hilarious spin on friends with benefits and a terrific introduction to the Loveless clan. I can't wait for the brothers future books. I love his niece, she is so adorable. There's a fine line between love and hate--these two love to hate each other. They also love each other too. Violet's childhood nemesis …

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Book Review: Better Than Me by Kimberly Kincaid

As a huge fan of Grey's Anatomy, I loved this book! I felt like I was reading a book version of the show. The hustle and bustle of the life of a surgeon was beautifully displayed as well as the emotional attachments of Natalie along with the cast of doctors and nurses that she works …

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Book Review: No Feelings Involved by Siobhan Davis

What happens when you want to punch out that pesky v-card with a stranger? Too bad that stranger turns out to be your older brother's best friend/roommate/business partner. Oops! Ryan knew the girl from the club was a lot younger than him but he has never felt such chemistry with a woman before. That one …

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Book Review: The Roommate Agreement by Emma Hart

Review Shelby is a quiet introvert writer, who spends most of her time ghostwriting for other authors to pay her bills. Her own writing regaled to Sundays only. Her deadlines becoming more important than anything including showering and basic life necessities. She agreed to let her best friend Jay move in with her after he …

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Release Day and Excerpt: Best Laid Plans by Lauren Blakely

What happens when the nice girl wants to give naughty a go? Find out in BEST LAID PLANS, the brand new, sexy friends-to-lovers, lessons-in-seduction romance from #1 New York Timesbestseller Lauren Blakely! And these lessons come with a twist! ✔ Lessons in s-e-x-ploration ✔ Friends falling hard ✔ A charming, cocky, confident hero & a smart, clever heroine ✔ A …

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Book Review: The Dating Alternative by Jennifer Woodhull

 I loved this book so much that I read it in one sitting. Max is adorable!! The perfect book boyfriend in every way. Brie...well she's sweet and sassy at all the right moments with a hint of commitment phobia and utter distrust to round things out!   Max has been crushing on Brie for years; …

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Book Review: Rising Star by Susannah Nix

I need to begin that I love, love, love Alice's character. She went through a horrible event that no woman should have to endure but sadly is completely accepted in academia and many other professions. Why does our society attack the woman that is involved with  sexual harassment and sexual assault? She did nothing wrong!?! But yet, she is the one who is put under a looking glass from how she dresses to her sexual partners to her dating life! Yet, the man that committed the crime is not!?! Ok, I'm off my soapbox. I just had to get that off my chest. Yes, it all does pertain to the book since this is what Alice had to endure and Griffin helped her work through those emotions.