Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Review: Switch Hitter

Switch Hitter Switch Hitter by Sara Ney
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I couldn't get enough of Dash and Amelia. I loved everything about this little story. Great story line, great chemistry, great characters.

Has it been done before? Probably.
Did I enjoy it as much? Probably not.

And I say that because I gave this thing 5-stars all the way across. Sweet, fun, sexy, funny, endearing, and so captivating. Sara Ney just found herself a new fan.

Bring on the rest of the Jocks. I'm ready.

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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Review: Flirting with Forever

Flirting with Forever Flirting with Forever by Kendall Ryan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Another sweet and sexy read from Kendall Ryan. I just love her books! Every single one of them leaves me with a smile on my face. She writes the kind of books that leaves you happy and light-hearted.

Natalie is best friends with two guys, but is it possible to love one of them in a more-than-friends way?

Cam has harbored feelings for Natalie for as long as anyone can remember. Well, anyone except Cam. With a gentle push from their mutual best friend, these two find themselves in each other's arms.

And it is so sweet and magical and sweet.



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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Review: From This Moment

From This Moment From This Moment by Melanie Harlow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Because I wanted to laugh and cry and love. I wanted Wes to get his chance. I wanted Hannah to feel secure within herself. I wanted to strangle Lenore. I wanted to hug Abby. I wanted to just hold them all.

So, yeah, let's hold that 4 star rating. Let's enjoy this book for the second chance at love. Enjoy it because it's well written, loving, and sweet.
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Another heartbreaking love story from Melanie Harlow.

Just when you think she couldn't get any better, she does. She pushes the envelope on love. She makes you think outside the box. She makes you feel.

And I felt.

I felt happiness, sadness, loneliness, closeness, and everything in between.

Hannah is a widow, left to raise her daughter on her own. She's doing everything she can to survive, but sometimes life is just too hard, too much.

Wes is surviving his brother's death. After spending years overseas, he finally comes home to his family. While learning the ropes at the family practice, he's building and mending bridges with Hannah, his sister-in-law, and Abby, his niece.

But what happens when you start to fall for the one person you should never have feelings for? What happens when others stick their noses in your business and think they know better than you do? What happens when it all blows up in your face and the very thing you've been fighting against is inevitable?

Do you embrace it?
Or just let it slip through your fingers?

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Sunday, September 2, 2018

Review: Ricochet

Ricochet Ricochet by Krista Ritchie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I'm not sure what I'm looking forward to more: the return of Lo or the book where Ryke will truly shine.
Because I am so totally in love with the story of Loren Hale and Lily Calloway, but I am blown away every single time Ryke makes an appearance. His asshole-ishness, the way he cares--while not caring, and the way he pushes people to be better for themselves. I love Ryke.

But I digress.

This is a true continuation of a series. At the end of Addicted to You Lo goes to rehab and Lily makes the decision to leave Penn. Rose is crazy supportive of Lil and Lo, Connor Cobalt is a force in their lives, and the rest of the Calloway family is left in the dark. Lo realizes Ryke isn't just some random guy.
All of the secrets are pushed closer to the front of the story, Lo is doing more for himself, and Lil is finally seeking the help she needs and I am just...I guess I don't have the right words for this. I just am so freaking excited there are more books and that the sisters all get books and that this world isn't over and that I'm only 2 books in.

I'm moving on to the next book as soon as I get my greedy whore hands on it. I just have to know what else happens to these power couples.

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Thursday, August 23, 2018

Review: Addicted to You

Addicted to You Addicted to You by Krista Ritchie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I'm still wrapping my head around the way this book made me feel. I read it at the recommendation of a friend and now I need the entire series. No joke. I want the whole thing. I need to see what happens next and how this plays out. I want more of Lo and Lil, I want more of Ryke and Connor.

If you know nothing about this book, it's a story of addiction. Lo is addicted to alcohol. Lily is addicted to sex. They are codependent. They physically need one another, but not in the ways you would think.

The writing is perfect. The love is real. The dependency is something that hits so close to home--not because I'm an addict, but because I am the daughter of one--and the struggle is one I have witnessed.

When they hit rock bottom will they be able to survive it?


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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Review: Shimmy Bang Sparkle

Shimmy Bang Sparkle Shimmy Bang Sparkle by Nicola Rendell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the type of book you can't put down! I was hooked from page one. Nick's internal debate as he watches Stella through the window? The moment he decides he can't just walk away.The moment they play roles they never intended to play.

I LOVED this book. I loved the dynamic between the characters--and not just our main characters, but all of them. The loyalty, the love, the heat? It's all there.

Nicola Rendell paints the scene--EVERY scene--perfectly. I felt like I was along for the ride.
At the jewelry store? Check.
On the bike? Check.
Out to dinner? Check.
Skating rink? Check.
Pony Up? Check.
The imagery is spot on and I like nothing more than to feel like I'm living the story.

If you want an un-put-down-able book, grab Shimmy Bang Sparkle! You'll laugh, you'll love, and you'll never want to leave!

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Saturday, August 18, 2018

Review: Trick Play

Trick Play Trick Play by Max Monroe
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Those Mavericks sure know how to fall in love.
Each man has been his very own brand of sweet.

And Cam Mitchell is no exception. I just love him. I loved him from the beginning, but seeing him fall for Trixie is something special.

Have you met the New York Mavericks yet? You know you want to.



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