Book Review: The Hashtag Hunt by Kristina Seek

A fun, flirty story that is lighthearted and sweet even if the two hotties are carrying around a lot of dark baggage. I would like to see more of these four characters. The story focused on four characters instead of just one or two which is an interesting switch. It also left me craving for …

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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: Make You Mine by Tia Louise

Grayson Cole has always been treated like he wasn't worthy. An orphan that his uncle raised in a small town mechanic shop. His best friend Danny Harris took him in. The two of them were inseparable. Danny, the golden boy of the town with the bad boy from the wrong side of the tracks. His …

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Book Review: Sebastian by Giulia Logomarsino

Sebastian Reed is the owner of Reed Securities. His current assignment takes back to the field and away from his desk. Sebastian has been working 12-16 hours a day at his office to run his security business, but he rarely leaves his desk. He thinks that due to having limited eye sight in his left eye, he shouldn't be in the field. Sebastian has no choice. All of his employees are already on assignment. Sebastian needs to take the meeting at a Pittsburgh newspaper for protection detail of a reporter--Maggie. 

Book Review: The Return Home by Jen Talty

Major Dylan Sarich is the only brother that is not only still enlisted in the military but also the only single brother. All of his brothers have found their forever. Dylan is married to his job and the elite Delta Force. That is in jeopardy after his last secret mission that ended horrifically with Dylan waking up in a military hospital in Germany. Dylan barely survived that last mission. Now, he's home with his mother to heal for a few months before he returns to Ft. Bragg. He needs the swelling in his brain to go down, his broken ankle to heal, and to come to terms with his PTSD. He also needs to keep his meddling mother at bay. She wants to marry off her last single boy to her lovely neighbor--Dr. Kinsley Maron. 

Maybe For You Nicole McLaughlin

Book 3 of Wiskey and Wedding SeriesEven though this is book three of the series, it didn't really feel like it. To be honest, I didn't realize that it was part of a series until I went to the author's website.To say that Alexis Parker had a bad year is an understatement--she lost her fiance …

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