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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Review and Excerpt: Undeniable by Melanie Harlow

Review Book 2 of the Cloverfield Farms, I was not disappointed. I adored Chloe in book 1 and couldn't wait until someone knocked her over and made her lose control. Oliver does just that. I loved this book so much I couldn't put down--one sitting read! I was sad when I devoured every word. Growing …

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Book Review and Excerpt: Sweet Home Louisiana by Erin Nicholas

Maddie Allain doesn't want to return to her hometown of Autre, Louisiana in the heart of bayou. If she wants to sell her share of Boys of Bayou, a boat tour company company that her grandfather started with his best friend, Leo decades ago, she has to return and work for the company for thirty …

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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: Well Suited by Staci Hart

Staci Hart has been one of my favorite authors for quite sometime now. I was excited to read about this book at then end of Work in Progress. Actually, I was hoping Theo would be the next book as soon as I read about his character in Work in Progress. While Tommy has the rebel …

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Book Review: Love and Lingerie by Lacey Black

 I loved the love/hate relationship between the two characters--Harper and Latham. It cracked me up especially when they were pranking each other. FYI: Glitter is horrible--except when used as revenge. The excerpt below is one of my favorite scenes in the book. The fighting and underhandedness of trying to win the bid for the building …

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Book Review: Hot Lap by Leslie Scott

Book 2 of Arkadia Fast Review This book reminded me a lot of Fast and the Furious but with a few slight twists. The only thing I didn't like was I wanted to know more about the horrific accident that Hadley was in including why she's unable to have children. Why didn't Aiden or any …

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Book Review and Excerpt: The Careless Boyfriend by Erica Kelly

Review There's a reason why I dislike reviewing books that are part of a series and this book is one of those reasons. Throughout the book, I felt that I was missing pieces of the other characters such as why the Bowie brothers have a toddler baby sister or the details behind the older two …

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Book Review: Hollywood Prince by Natasha Madison

Review Carter has been in front of the lights since he was eight, making his premier on the Mickey Mouse Club. The only vice he has is women. He gave up everything else up. He has the opportunity of a lifetime--the role of his life with a studio he's been wanting to work for his …

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Book Review: Ms. Baker by Lea Coll

Samantha and Jack have been friends since they were young children when he protected her from bullies that hasn't changed for them into adulthood. Samantha has crushed on the hot firefighter who has always protected her. Sam's childhood wasn't ideal even though she grew up in a very affluent section of town. Her parents are emotionally unavailable to her. Her mother was hyper critical of everything Samantha did.