Book Review: The Corner of Heartbreak and Forever by Addison Cole

A sweet, clean second chance romance. The book starts out a bit slower than what I'm used to but the pacing of the romance between Reed and Grace is far from slow. Their romance spans a matter of less than three weeks...well their second chance romance. In high school, Grace was the quintessential "it" girl. …

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Cover Reveal: Love Me Like You Won’t Let Go by Melissa Toppen

  ✸✸COVER REVEAL✸✸ Melissa Toppen is releasing Love Me Like You Won't Let Go on February 22nd!  Check out the beautiful cover designed by Cassy Roop with #PinkInkDesigns today and add to your #TBR List ☛ https://bit.ly/2AXhKW8   📚Blurb📚 You never get over your first love. It’s something I’ve heard countless times. Like someone has …

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Book Review: Winter Kisses by Addison Moore

 Book 2 of 3 AM Kisses Series Book 1: 3 AM Kisses I loved book one so much that I bought the second and third book. Laney was hilarious and an incredible friend to Baya in book 1. I knew that her book would be filled with dramatics especially since she's an actress. The dramatics …

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Book Blitz: Sunkissed Days and Remind Me by Samantha Chase

  Book 0.5 – SUNKISSED DAYS Release Date: February 26, 2019   Synopsis Mallory Westbrook is ready to make her move on Jake Summerford, the boy—now man—she’s been crushing on for years. Coming back to Magnolia Sound to celebrate her great-grandfather’s birthday provides the perfect opportunity to show Jake that she’s no longer a child. …

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Book Review: Five Reasons to Go by Candace Knoebel

As soon as I was approved for an ARC of this novel, we picked up the previous novel in the series: Ten Reasons to Stay. When I finished reading Corrine's story, I was not looking forward to reading Jack's story. Jack was a complete tool. I'm glad I read both novels. Reading the first book gave me a better understanding about Jack--who he is where he comes from. It makes it easier in his novel to understand why he wants to change and never wants to be that guy again. In Jack's story: Five Reasons to Go, I had more sympathy for Jack because of everything he went through before with Corrine and after. Jack is flawed but still relatable.  Jack's story begins at the same point Corrine's story begins--with both of them together. But unlike Corrine's story, the reader is moved through those last few years with Corrine fairly quickly. I'm not sure if I would have understood everything that happened with Corrine had I not bought the previous novel. This part of the novel still paints Jack in a negative light even in his own story.  Jack Swanson has been married to Corrine since shortly after graduating college. The harder he works to appease her the worse their marriage gets. He has the brilliant idea of an open marriage. Every Thursday--home by midnight. No staying over and protection is a must! This concept blows up in his face when his wife falls in love with Cole (All of this in in the previous novel). Jack is a complete wreck after Corrine divorces him. He realizes how terrific his life really was with Corrine. He also realized how horrible of a person he was to Corrine and Jessica. How his actions have hurt both women. 

Release Day: A Brand New Ending by Jennifer Probst

Ophelia Bishop was a lovestruck teenage girl when she and Kyle Kimpton chased their dreams to Hollywood. Kyle’s dreams came true. Ophelia’s did not. When Kyle chose his career over their relationship, Ophelia returned home to rural New York to run the family’s B & B—wiser, and more guarded against foolish fantasies. Now Kyle has come crashing back into her life, and all her defenses are down.

BOOK REVIEW: Dear Jane by Kendall Ryan

Jane Royce works for the Chicago Hawks as the Assistant Manager. She has worked her tail off to get where she is. Some people think that she got the job because her dad is the head coach--they couldn't be further from the truth. She has earned her spot on the team. She lives and breathes football. Some might say she has a type--football players. Her first love was the star football player --who now plays in the NFL--to her college sweetheart, both play/ed football. When her father comes in to tell her that Weston Chase has been traded to the team, the world turns on its axis. The one man who shattered her heart is back in her life--her professional life anyway. No way is she letting that pretty boy any where near her outside of the stadium. That's what she keeps telling herself. Weston Chase asked--prayed, begged, whatever it took to get out of Pennsylvania. He found his linebacker plowing his fiance in his house. He needed a change. The perfect place is Chicago. His hometown. With the coach who taught him everything about football. Where the one girl who broke his heart is. He decided that he was going to win her back at any cost. Before he can do that he needs to do some soul search about who he is and who he was. His role in the relationship ending with Jane and even with his  cheating ex.

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: I Don’t by Andrea Johnston

Whitney Wheeler has been dreaming about and planning her wedding since her grandmother gave her a wedding scrapbook as a teen. Well, the thing with well laid plans...they never--I mean ever work out. With Whitney, it came in the form of walking into her McMansion that she shared with her fiance, finding his secretary servicing her soon-to-be husband. Instead of discussing the situation, Whitney goes on a road trip with Lucas DeCosta, her high school crush that she reconnected with the previous night at the local strip club...where he was working. Her friends paid him to give her special attention...on stage in front of the entire club. The real problem is the electric current that runs through her veins every time Lucas touches her. Why can't Trenton stop calling and texting me? Do I still love Trenton? Did I ever really love him?

BOOK REVIEW: Exclusive/A Touch of Heaven by Samantha Chase

Sawyer walks into the home with his mind set--NO. They will not do this. Until he meets Regan. He wants to impress this raven haired beauty. He wants her approval for this house and everything else in his life. That is something he is not used to. Normally, the only approval he wants is from his father and fellow business owner of Bennett Construction. When his father falls in love with Regan's mother and the network is pushing for the mother/daughter turmoil,