Book Review: In Too Deep By Rebecca Sharp

Book four of Winter Games Series Review Nick Frost is known for being one of the SnowMassholes along with his best friends Chance and Emmett. Frost lives up to his name since he's as cold-hearted as the mountain itself. The only girl he has ever wanted, never glanced at him let alone give him the …

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Book Review: No One But You by Alexandra Silva

 Book 1 of Imperfect Hearts Series This is a terrific book!! I received book 2 and three as an ARC for review. Once I read book two, I had to buy this book. Book 2--For You Book 3--Someone Like You Reviews for each of these books will be coming in the next week or so …

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Book Review: Enjoy the Ride by Rebecca Sharp

Book 3 of Winter Games Series In the Series: Winter Games Books 1 and 2 Buy Links: 💜Up in the Air (Book 1):  🧡On the Edge (Book 2):  Chance Ryder had a promising snowboarding career and the love of his life. Both of them gone thanks to one multicolored unicorn--Jessa Lynn Madison. She broke him …

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Book Review:Exquisite Taste by J.D. Hollyfield

This book was not what I expected. I knew it was erotica and there would be a lot of sex scenes. What I didn't expect was how suspenseful the storyline would be. There were times I had no idea what would happen next. Having a bat shit crazy character in the mix definitely added a new level to the book--I'm not going to tell you who is bat shit crazy. I read this in two days barely putting the book down. Many times, I wanted to beat each of the characters for being idiots or straight up denying themselves what they wanted. The intrigue is what keep me reading until 3am to finish the book. 

Book Review: Keeping her Close by Casey Diam

Brandon Kuvat is a playboy pilot who runs a multi-million dollar company with his father and uncle. He has kept his heart closed off for the last ten years--when he was supposed to become a dad. That whole relationship crashed and burned. He was so burned, he doesn't let any woman close to him. The …

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Book Review: He Loves You Not by Tara Brown

Lacey has always been the outsider looking in. Being Marcia LaCroix's best friend and attending a private high school gave a glimpse of being an insider. To Marcia, Lacey is her sister--her soulmate. The two are complete opposites in everything. Marcia loves to shop and is completely self-absorbed. Lacey works hard and gives to others. Lacey is also being mentored by Marcia's father to take over his company. She has been working for him every summer as an intern since they started college. Mr. LaCroix thinks of Lacey as another daughter. He's upset with her when he finds out that Lucy's brother has cancer. Lacey doesn't tell him. It's the running joke that Lacey is his favorite. 

Book Review: ab·so·lu·tion by Ava Harrison

I kind of had a feeling that this was part of a series or at least a spin-off of Eve and Preston's story. The beginning chapter made allusions to their story without actually divulging details about their rough patch. I do appreciate the author's restraint in not telling too much about the hardships that Eve and Preston had to endure to get their happy ending. But I would have liked to know that there was a book that had Eve and Preston's story before reading Jace and Sydney's in ab-so-lu-tion. I would have still read this novel because I love Jace's dark, broody and slightly depressed side. Sydney's happy go-lucky personality. The character have the perfect balance of flaws. Sydney knows that she never dates men who are available to her.  Sydney has a type--unavailable men. The last loser was literally unavailable--he's married. Of course, she didn't know that until later which is why she broke up with him. Then there was Richard, her boss--the man who meant more to her than he should have. He is also the man who took a chance and hired her. Oh and the married ex, William is still calling her trying to win her back. She only wants to focus on her best friend, Eve making Eve's wedding the best wedding possible. But there is a dark cloud hanging over the wedding--his name is Jace Montgomery, Eve's future brother-in-law and best man.  Jace Montgomery is a widower with two children. His wife was tragically taken from him a little over a year ago. He still hasn't properly grieved her death.

BOOK REVIEW: The Fear of Falling by Amanda Cowen

Ella Jones decided she wanted her 21st birthday to go out with a big bang. Boy, did that happen! She had a one night stand with her best friend, Ryan Owen. Somehow, they were able to return to their easy going relationship--until Ryan spends the summer in Australia and returns with a new buddy, Liam George. For some reason, Ryan does everything possible to prevent Ella from having a relationship with Liam even though Ryan has a girlfriend. But what happens when Ryan breaks up with his girlfriend and tries to keep Liam away from Ella? The girl he has been in love with since Freshmen year but was too chicken to say anything. Why does he have this gut wrenching feeling every time Liam is near Ella? How can he make it stop? Instead of admitting his feelings for Ella and developing a relationship, he turns her into a second one-night stand. Can they return to their easy going relationship after another one night stand? They realize that things can't return to how they once were. Ryan thinks that Ella returned to Liam after their night together during Spring Break, but Ella really broke things off with Liam. When the trip is over, Ryan returns to his annoying ex. 

Book Review: Once Upon a Sure Thing by Lauren Blakely

Miller and Ally have been best friends for years--after Ally showed that arcade game whose boss impressing Miller in the process. Ally was scared to become another notch of the former rock star's belt. Instead, she friendzoned Miller. Besides, Ally needed to focus on taking care of her niece after her sister's death.  Ally needs to find a supplemental income now that her brother is moving his newly formed family to Boston for new job opportunity. Ally and her brother has been making kitsch videos and posting them to Youtube--making them a small profit.  Miller was one third of the teen heartthrob trio--Heartbreakers. Since the band broke up after Campbell's wife died, Miller has been craving something more. He has tried to fulfill that with numerous new activities from remote control boat racing to video game competitions. Nothing is working. Finally, Miller takes Campbell's advice to start a duo with a female singer. During the auditions, they find the perfect fit for Miller. Miller is shell-shocked that it's his sweet best friend in a sexy as hell outfit that should be illegal. 

Book Review: Every Tear You Cry by J.E. Parker

I cried, laughed, was angered, and disgusted--disgusted by the actions of the characters. Ok, two characters in particular. I do think that I would have had a better understanding of the characters had I read the previous four books--which are now in my Amazon list.  Some of the content was a bit difficult to read--the details from Clara's abusive marriage and the things her husband did to her. But these horrific events shaped Clara into the strong and independent woman that she is. I did have to walk away from the book a few times when some of those scenes were particularly graphic or when children are involved. It was gratifying to see how much Clara changed and became a stronger woman. In the end, she stood up for herself and the children. Something that not every abuse victim is able to do.  Clara is a woman trapped. For years she was trapped in an abusive marriage to Colin with her two little boys. She did everything to protect her angelic boys from their father. She made sure that she took all of Colin's anger. Finally, she was able to leave and live into a battered women's shelter. The shelter saved her life. Saved her boys.