Review: Stuck-Up Suit by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward

Review: Stuck-Up Suit by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward

This would have been a 4- or 5-star review if the story had ended halfway through. But then the plot took a huge twist, so it’s a 3-star review from me. Graham is an arrogant jerk. He’s also a successful businessman. When he takes the subway one morning, he accidentally leaves behind his phone, which is […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: Must Love Cowboys by Cheryl Brooks

Review: Must Love Cowboys by Cheryl Brooks

I had a lot of trouble finishing this book. If I hadn’t read the previous books in the series, I probably would have abandoned this and not finished. But since I had read the others and liked them, I figured I’d stick with this one. I finished it, but didn’t love it at all. Tina […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: Taking It Off by Claire Kent

Review: Taking It Off by Claire Kent

I started reading Taking It Off with the expectation that it would be definitely sexy, and maybe light, fun, and sort of fluffy. It’s marketed as a romance for fans of Magic Mike, after all. What I got from this book was so much more. Taking It Off turned out to be a deeply emotional […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: Texas Kissing by Helena Newbury

Review: Texas Kissing by Helena Newbury

Tessa is on the run. Raised by her mob-boss uncle, she’s seen things–awful things–and has to get away from that life. She flees to Texas, where she starts going by the name Lily. She makes a living as an underground forger, creating counterfeit passports and the like. On her way to meet a client at […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: In His Corner by Vina Arno

Review: In His Corner by Vina Arno

They call him “The Juggernaut.” At age 22, Tommy Raines is an Olympic gold-winning middleweight boxer. He’s got a promising career ahead of him and has sworn off women while he focuses on his training and preparations for turning pro. Then he meets Dr. Siena Carr. When Tommy walks into Siena’s emergency room in need of stitches, […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: Off Limits by Kelly Jamieson

Review: Off Limits by Kelly Jamieson

Off Limits is a holiday novella in the Aces Hockey series. Goodreads lists it as #1.5 in the series. I haven’t read book #1 and had no trouble following the storyline, so it’s safe to say that this can be read as a standalone. The couple from the first book makes just a brief appearance […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: All Chained Up by Sophie Jordan

Review: All Chained Up by Sophie Jordan

This book is SO good, I cannot even deal. All Chained Up first caught my attention when I saw that it takes place in a prison. Prison romance, you say? What? Why?! Hear me out. One of my favorite romance novels ever is Hard Time by Cara McKenna, which is also set in a prison: […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: Broken Resolutions by Olivia Dade

Review: Broken Resolutions by Olivia Dade

Broken Resolutions is a fun novella that kicks off a new series, Lovestruck Librarians. It takes place during New Year’s Eve and introduces an entertaining set of characters. Since I work in a public library, I appreciated all the library references and jokes and sympathized with the characters appropriately. Penelope (aka Penny) is a librarian […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: Hot Holiday Nights by Jaci Burton

Review: Hot Holiday Nights by Jaci Burton

Hot Holiday Nights is book #10.5 in Jaci Burton’s Play-by-Play series. It’s a novella (hence the .5) and although it’s part of the series, it can be read out of order and as a standalone. This is also the first ménage story in the series, which I didn’t realize until after I had read a […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: Everything I Left Unsaid by M. O’Keefe

Review: Everything I Left Unsaid by M. O’Keefe

Everything I Left Unsaid is an intense and emotionally raw book. This story sucked me in and wouldn’t let go. Fair warning: this book contains a cliffhanger ending. Thankfully, the next book (The Truth About Him) releases next month, so that’s not too long to wait. I’ve read Molly O’Keefe’s contemporary romances before and enjoyed […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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