Book Review: The Diary of a Bad Boy by Meghan Quinn

I fell in love with this hot bad boy in The Secret to Dating my Best Friend's Sister, where Roark was a minor character and best friends with Bram and Rath--the three best friends from Yale. How much of a bad boy Roark is, was showcased in Bram's story though in The Diary of a Bad …

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Book Review: Charmed Empire by Brooke Ellis

Ellis's writing is enriched with description especially setting description, places me tight in the heart of New York. Sadly, I do have a few issues with the storyline. Mitch and Adeline spend one glorious day together ten years ago. It was one day. When they reconnect, they are only together a matter of days before …

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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: Unraveling the Truth About Love by Addison Cole

More of The Bradens at Weston: A Love So Sweet Our Sweet Destiny Unraveling The Truth About Love The Art of Loving Lacy (on pre-order for May 8th)     Review:  I didn't realize that this is book 3 of a series that doesn't take away or deter from the storyline. It did take me …

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Book Review: The Birthday Suit by Lauren Blakely

 I have to admit that I have a thing about names especially character names. Certain names just ...seem dumb or odd. If I come across those names, I usually pass the book up no matter how great the book is. I know, I've probably missed out on some pretty incredible book due to my name …

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Mr. Nice Guy by Jennifer Miller; Jason Feifer

This husband and wife writing duo made me laugh. A few things within the story seemed a bit unrealistic but I suspended belief for the sake of the story which I'm glad that I did. Lucas Callahan left his small town existence and carefully plotted life for the Big Apple as a fact-finder for Empire magazine. …

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