Sunday, March 17, 2019

Review: Boyfriend for Hire

Boyfriend for Hire Boyfriend for Hire by Kendall Ryan
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Another short, sweet, sexy, and swoony read from Kendall Ryan. Boyfriend for Hire hits all the right romance feels. Happiness, sweetness, a bit of angst. It's all here.

And if you don't want a Nico by the time you've finished this...well, you will want a Nico. Let's just say that.

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Thursday, March 14, 2019

Review: The Risk

The Risk The Risk by Elle Kennedy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I wanted this book before I knew it was a book. Seriously. Jake Connelly had my attention the moment he stepped on the page in The Chase. Literally, the second my eyes landed on him, I knew I had to have him.

So, that being said. Connelly did not disappoint. He's a bit rough around the edges, while being an intelligent, upstanding guy. And drop dead gorgeous. It might be the kindness or the surety, the way he carries himself. It might be the hockey or the fact his bestie is a girl. It could be any number of things, but my guess is it's really the arrogance that pours off him in waves.

Yep. It's probably the confidence. That always does it.

Elle Kennedy proves her worth in book two of the Briar U series. She brings in real world issues while still delivering that fun, sexy, college romance that we all know and love.

I just have one wish. ONE request. It's tiny the grand scheme of things.

Can we get a Weston Brooks book?! I think that Bubble Butt needs to meet a woman who will bring him to his knees. It'll be fantastic!

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Review: The Chase

The Chase The Chase by Elle Kennedy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I can never get too much of Elle Kennedy's books. And The Chase just proves she is one of the queens in college hockey romance.

Summer Di-Laurentis is the friend we all love to hate. Or hate to love. She's intelligent, kind, and gorgeous.
Fitzy is the gamer nerd who just happens to have a love for hockey. And hockey is something he excels in.

These two aren't likely to hook up, but what happens when they do?!

Yep. Fireworks. Freaking fireworks. This story deals with some real world issues, while still giving us a swoon-worthy romance.

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Review: P.S. I Miss You

P.S. I Miss You P.S. I Miss You by Winter Renshaw
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Sutter and Melrose aren't likely to get along, which is what makes this so much fun.

Melrose is an aspiring actress and has recently moved into her best friend's place. What comes with that is a new roommate and a man so stubborn...

The banter is fun, the friendships are sweet, and the love story is well written.

This is my first Winter Renshaw, but it won't be my last. In addition to that, I've gotta go back and read the first PS book!

Sarah Puckett does a great job narrating both characters. Solo narration for a dual POV book isn't typically my favorite, but Sarah makes it work.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Review: Hello Forever

Hello Forever Hello Forever by Nealy Wagner
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Just another sweet MM from the fantastic Sarina Bowen.

This follows Axl and Cax, two guys who were ripped apart at the age of 16, but manage to reconnect at 22.

It's a sweet story, with real issues, yet it still manages to remain fun and sexy.

I loved seeing Josh and Caleb in this book and the roles they played with Cax and Axl. I'm also loved Boz.

Fun story with great narrators--TEDDY HAMILTON, ladies! Teddy. Freaking. Hamilton.

I swear, I think I'm obsessed.

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Saturday, March 9, 2019

Review: Birthday Girl

Birthday Girl Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I just...fell into this book and couldn't get out. I was intrigued, I was turned on, I was living, breathing, and loving Jordan and Pike.

And the taboo aspect? Gah, it just brought that much more to the table.

This book wasn't easy. But not for the reasons you're thinking. It wasn't easy because the angst is real. The looks, the possessiveness, the need and's all real. This is chemistry you can feel in your bones. This is a passion and a love that you don't want to give up--even when you think it's for the best.

It's a love that knows no barriers or bounds. It doesn't have limits. It doesn't let go.

This is a book I'll be thinking about for a long time.

Jordan and Pike. Man, this is a couple I can support. And do support. Their love, their drive, their passion for...everything. Each other, work, their town. They just want the life.

And so do I.

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Friday, March 1, 2019

Review: Rookie Move

Rookie Move Rookie Move by Sarina Bowen
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Leo Trevvi and Georgia were high school sweethearts. They had everything going for them until things changed.

Fast forward six years, and Georgia and Leo find themselves face-to-face again. After the shock wears off, they find themselves reliving a past they had both tried to forget, all while trying to find themselves within each other.

Another fun story from an author who knows her hockey romance. I can't wait to see who the next hockey hottie is to get a book.

Rock Engle is one of my new favorite narrators. I am so happy to hear his voice again and I love what he did with Leo. Excellent narrator choice!

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