Review and excerpt: Parental Guidance by Avery Flynn

Review What a cute romantic comedy. Lighthearted with a touch of bluntness from the adorable redhead. She knows what she wants. Too bad her father and best friend don't agree with her. But Zara wants to help her father get his SAG Card. Bonus if she can get Gemma off her back for not dating …

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Review and Excerpt: The Locker Room by Meghan Quinn

Review Who doesn't love a hot, sexy, baseball player with a sensitive side? Knox has all of that in spades. What I love about Meghan Quinn's writing is her constant use of humor which appears in vastly different ways in each of her books. Emory's quirkiness and her two best friends along with Knox's fellow …

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Review and Giveaway: Layback by Jennifer Rebecca

Review A fast paced read with a lot of plot twists and subplot lines to follow. A ton of humor and sex. Numerous pop culture and ice skating references. Sofia Dubois's dreams were shattered when her stepmother had her kidnapped and hit her leg with a crowbar--yeah just like Nancy Kerrigan style. Unlike Kerrigan, Sofia …

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Book Review: Ryan’s Kiss by Mel Walker

  Candice and Ryan met in college as what started out as study partners eventually that turned into a flirtation. The two danced around their mutual attraction, yet neither acting upon it. One night changed their friendship forever. Ryan hopped on a plane for Italy to being his professional athletic career. Three years later, he's …

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Book Review: Boyfriend Bargain by Isla Madden-Mills

Sugar Ryan hasn't had a terrific life. Actually, it's kinda sucked. She's the love child of an illicit affair where her father always hid her and her mother from "his real family." When her mother died, instead of living with her father she moves from Alabama to live with her mother's best friend. Sugar wants …

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Cover Reveal: Boyfriend Bargain by Ilsa Madden-Mills

Boyfriend Bargain, an all-new sexy sports romance from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Ilsa Madden-Mills, is coming May 6th and we have the sexy cover for you! Wanted: one hot guy with rock-hard abs and a big stick Broke and desperate, Sugar Ryan has no use for arrogant, bad boy athletes . . . until …

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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: The Perfect Comeback by Kasey Shea

After reading the blurb and first few chapters, I was intrigued by the book but didn't have high expectations. I've read a few romance novels with the nerd aspect--game developer, graphic artist, coplayer, etc. Mia is a highly dedicated cosplayer and zombie addict who also happens to work for EverSoft, a video gaming company. She's …

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Book Review and Excerpt: Only Work, No Play by Cora Reilly

Review This is the first time, I've read a story with rugby players in it or at least I think so.  Sometimes, it's hard to keep track since I read a book a day for pleasure or review, and now I also beta read for authors too. I don't read a lot of books that …

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Book Review: Sidelined by Suzanne Baltsar

 I have to admit that I was a bit skeptical during the first few chapters of this book. A female football coach in a high school? That's pretty risque even for a liberal school district. As a teacher, I really don't see a school district making that leap--not because a woman can't coach football but …

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