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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Book Review: Stirred by Annie Dyer

Severton Search and Rescue Book 2 Review Keren Leigh has been frenemies with Scott Maynard since he graduated from uni. She never knew why or how the sudden change in Scott. Before then Keren and Scott were close family friends. He held her after she broke her arm. They used to have long talks during …

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Release Blitz: Over You by Stevie J Cole

  Over You, an all-new Emotional Second Chance Romance by Stevie J. Cole is NOW LIVE!   Synopsis – Spencer Hailstorm. Leather pants? Check. Tormented soul? Check. Rock star extraordinaire? Check. He’s the guy most women would pay to have break their hearts. Except me. I already know how hard it is to get over …

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Book Review: The Consequences of Falling by Claire Contreras

  The Consequence of Falling, a contemporary romance by New York Times Bestselling Author Claire Contreras is Live! Presley Rose has a sheltered life--she went to the best private school, raised in a McMansion with loving parents. She thought her life was perfection until she was 15. Her parents were divorcing and this obnoxious man …

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Book Review: Two Weeks Notice by Whitney G

  Day 2 of adding reviews from my personal library.  I have to admit something about this book....I love love love it. I have read it at least six times since this summer. It is hilarious. Not a typical rom-com type of hilarious because well ...there's a lot of sex scenes--too many for it to …

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Book Review: Miss Demeanor by Beth Rinyu

  I will admit that I had a few issues with Rose's attitude especially in the beginning. Now after reading the entire novel, I wonder if her attitude at the beginning is overtly so to showcase how dramatically she changed. But there is one quote that stuck with me: "I knew he [father] was expecting …

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Cover Reveal: One Week Hating You by Roya Carmen

Maeve is over the moon: life is good and she's about to get married to Peter.  But when she loses her job and gets jilted at the altar, her world crumbles and she runs into her momma's arms.

She's back in her small hometown for a week, and she has a plan - make Peter insanely jealous and win him back.  Enter Blake Taylor, the boy who broke her heart. She'd rather avoid him at all costs, but with his 'bad boy' good looks and their shared history, Blake is the perfect man for the job, as long as she can stand him long enough - it's just one week, after all.

BOOK REVIEW: Forget You, Ethan by Whitney G

 Another great read from my personal library. This is the first Whitney G book, I've read and will be reading more. Actually, I have two more of her books in my Amazon wish list. This novel is an enemies to lovers with a slight twist. To be honest, I don't think they were ever enemies …

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BOOK REVIEW: I hate you, i love you by Elizabeth Hayley

Sebastian Blake has a secret and one best selling novel--and three other mediocre novels. Every year before Thanksgiving, Blake gets blind drunk. He never intends to but it always happens. This year, he also trashes his house, furniture, and kitchen. He goes on a four day bender--even cancelling his Monday class. He can't cope. How is he supposed to move on? Why can't he stop thinking about the petite poetry professor? He has been a jerk to her from the moment she arrived as an adjunct. Why? What is it about her that rubs him the wrong way--maybe the right way? He can't stop thinking about that kiss in the parking lot after the NatWriMo marathon before he takes her home. Why does he want it to happen again? The more time he spends with her, the more he wants her. He has baggage that he isn't sure that she can handle.