Genre: Contemporary

Review: Gridlocked by Maren Lee

Review: Gridlocked by Maren Lee

Gridlocked by Maren Lee is book #3 in her Bounty County series, which follows the small-town cops of the sheriff’s department in Imminence, Montana. I’ve read and enjoyed the previous books in the series and Gridlocked is my favorite so far. Psychiatrist Molly Mooney has returned to her hometown of Imminence, where she now runs […]

Posted August 27, 2017
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Review: The Perfect Bargain by Julia London

Review: The Perfect Bargain by Julia London

The Perfect Bargain by Julia London, writing as Jessa McAdams, is a fun, sexy, swoony read that I greatly enjoyed. It takes the fake boyfriend trope and combines it with the city mouse/country mouse theme that I’m a sucker for. Sloane Chatfield thought she had it all: a privileged upbringing, a successful fiancé, a squad […]

Posted August 20, 2017
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Review: Size Matters by Stephanie Julian

Review: Size Matters by Stephanie Julian

Size Matters is book #1 in Stephanie Julian’s Lovers on the Fringe series, which features paranormal beings such as shifters and Fae. It’s a short but fun story, one I’ve read in the past and had just as much fun revisiting. Carrie is a photojournalist for the Weekly News Journal–think National Enquirer, and you’ve got […]

Posted August 12, 2017
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Review: Hands On by Cathryn Fox

Review: Hands On by Cathryn Fox

Hands On is part one in the three-part Hands On serial by Cathryn Fox. It’s part of Entangled’s Scorched imprint, which features some pretty steamy stories with a side of kink. Danielle is a psychologist, fresh out of grad school. When she finds out that she needs to teach a class on human sexuality, she […]

Posted August 5, 2017
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Review: Fit by Rebekah Weatherspoon

Review: Fit by Rebekah Weatherspoon

Fit by Rebekah Weatherspoon is book #1 in her Fit trilogy. This was a mixed bag for me, as there are elements that I really enjoyed and others that kind of fell flat. Violet works in television production for a food channel. One of the perks and downfalls of her job is all the free […]

Posted August 4, 2017
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Review: Under Construction by Aria Cole

Review: Under Construction by Aria Cole

Under Construction by Aria Cole is book #1 in her Blue Collar Alphas series. Although the first part of the book is promising, it goes from zero to marriage and babies in approximately 55 pages. Sadly, that did not work for me. Paige is a veterinarian who has recently moved into a new apartment. She […]

Posted July 30, 2017
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Review: Uncommon Passion by Anne Calhoun

Review: Uncommon Passion by Anne Calhoun

Anne Calhoun’s writing is intensely raw, honest, and thought-provoking. Beyond this, her characters are ones who will stay with you long after you’ve finished the story. Rachel Hill is the heroine of Uncommon Passion and she is some kind of undercover badass. Raised in a fundamentalist religious community (aka cult), she makes the heart wrenching […]

Posted July 23, 2017
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Review: The DILF by London Hale

Review: The DILF by London Hale

Welcome to Temperance Falls, where experience counts. The DILF is number two in the series, following Daddy’s Best Friend. Like the first book, this features a taboo romance. Genesis (Gen) is the 18-year-old best friend of Evie, from book one. In that book, Evie wound up with Nathan, her father’s best friend. This time around, […]

Posted July 18, 2017
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Review: Drilled by Opal Carew

Review: Drilled by Opal Carew

It pains me to rate an Opal Carew book so low. Normally, I avoid billionaire heroes, but since Carew is one of my favorite authors, I wanted to give it a try. Unfortunately, this just didn’t work for me. Drilled takes the construction worker trope and gives it a twist. In this novella, Danielle (Danni) […]

Posted July 17, 2017
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