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{ARC Review+Giveaway} Up in Flames by @AbbiGlines
Jul 22
{Review+Giveaway} One Week to Score by Kate Meader @kittymeader @BrazenBooks

{Review+Giveaway} One Week to Score by Kate Meader @kittymeader @BrazenBooks

One Week to Score is the third book in the Tall, Dark, and Texan series by Kate Meader. The series is a group of interconnected standalones. The characters cross over but the stories can all be read independently. One Week to Score is the first book in the series that I have read. I am a sucker for a brother’s best friend trope, so I knew I had to read One Week to Score. And I was really glad that I did. Not only did I enjoy it immensely, but it made me want to grab Brody’s story next. Olivia and Flynn go way back. Then they didn’t speak for years and were both engaged to other people. One Week to Score picks up on Olivia’s wedding day as it all falls apart before it even gets started. Insert Flynn to pick up the pieces, against Olivia’s wishes. I loved the fun, bickering dynamic between the two of them. And it only gets hotter as they get closer. Flynn does… Read more »

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Jul 20
{Review} Hitched: Volume Two by @KendallRyan1 @EverAfterRom

{Review} Hitched: Volume Two by @KendallRyan1 @EverAfterRom

I am so loving the Imperfect Love trilogy by Kendall Ryan. It is the perfect summer series, and in fact it is one of my favorites of the year! It is a fun, flirty and more than a little sexy read. Noah and Olivia are the kind of couple that you just know in your heart of hearts are meant for each other. They certainly don’t know it yet, but they have these moments, these sincere little moments, where I think deep down, they do know it. Hitched Volume two picks up shortly after Hitched Volume one leaves off. But volume two will rip your heart in half at the end, so it is a good thing that Kendall Ryan has the books releasing so close together because I am already biting my nails down to nothing waiting. (and I only have to wait a week or so!) I also just realized that I spent a half a of paragraph in my last review talking about how itchy I was… Read more »

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Jul 19
{Review+Giveaway} LITTLE BLACK DRESSES, LITTLE WHITE LIES by @LauraStampler

{Review+Giveaway} LITTLE BLACK DRESSES, LITTLE WHITE LIES by @LauraStampler

LITTLE BLACK DRESSES, LITTLE WHITE LIES by Laura Stampler is a young adult chick lit book. Technically, it is a contemporary romance, however the whole thing had a very chick lit (ex: Shopaholic series, Devil wears Prada, etc.) feel to it, and I loved that about it. It made the whole thing feel like a fun young adventure. If you are looking for a girl about town, young adult novel that will have you smiling, LITTLE BLACK DRESSES, LITTLE WHITE LIES is the book for you. LITTLE BLACK DRESSES, LITTLE WHITE LIES is about Harper, a young lady who joins her aunt in New York City for a big time summer internship at a magazine. This aspect of the story reminded me a lot of the tv show, The Hills (and that spin off show that Whitney got when she moved to New York.) I think this book would be perfect for fans of those shows. Although I do have to say the girls are a lot less catty and awful… Read more »

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Jul 18
{Review+Giveaway} The Sapphire Affair by Lauren Blakely @LaurenBlakely3

{Review+Giveaway} The Sapphire Affair by Lauren Blakely @LaurenBlakely3

✮✮✮ THE SAPPHIRE AFFAIR is here! From New York Times bestselling author Lauren Blakely’s new contemporary romance Jewel Novel series, this enemies-to-lovers series is filled with sex, wit, glamour, and high stakes, with a rugged, ex-military, dirty-talking alpha hero! Don’t miss this explosive and passionate series! ✮✮✮   The Sapphire Affair is the first in the Jewel series by Lauren Blakely. The Sapphire Affair is an adult romantic suspense series about bodyguards and jewel heists and all kinds of things that are sure to get your heart pumping. The novel is told in dual narrative, which is really my very favorite narration method. Nowadays, whenever I pick up a book told entirely from one person’s point of view, I find myself missing the other person. The Sapphire Affair was a great entry way into Lauren Blakely’s books. (Can you believe that I have not read any yet??) I really enjoyed the tension in the air throughout the story, and the passion between Jake and Steph. This was a great read… Read more »

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Jul 17
{FREE Book Alert} Slow Burn by Autumn Jones Lake

{FREE Book Alert} Slow Burn by Autumn Jones Lake

    Get the book now- FREE!!!!! Amazon US  Amazon UK  Amazon CA  Amazon AU   Forced to represent an outlaw biker, a married attorney must come to terms with her feelings for her client while avoiding the danger he brings into her sedate life. President of the Lost Kings MC, Rochlan “Rock” North, hasn’t managed to find a woman capable of making him want to curb his wild ways—until he meets sweet, innocent, married lawyer Hope Kendall. Forced to represent the outlaw biker, Hope is rattled by her immediate attraction to Rock. Hope is a good girl in a good marriage. Rock thrills her, but she’s not going to throw away everything she’s built on a fling with her criminal client. Rock respects Hope enough to leave her alone, even as he realizes he’s become a little obsessed with her. When their connection endangers her life, he’ll have to destroy her in order to save her. After tragedy strikes, Rock is determined to earn Hope’s forgiveness and convince her… Read more »

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Jul 16
{Review} Four Doors Down by Emma Doherty @Em_Doh

{Review} Four Doors Down by Emma Doherty @Em_Doh

Four Doors Down is a young adult contemporary romance by Emma Doherty. I had no idea when I first started (or even finished reading until I turned the next page.) that this book was going to have a sequel. I am beyond excited that there is going to be another book. I really, really hope the characters are at the same college, because that would be so much fun. Four Doors Down was a really unique read for me. I flipping loved the book. Completely. It was the kind of book that not only could I not put it down, but I would get annoyed at people for interrupting me while reading. The unique part is that I had a major beef with the main character, and yet I loved this book more than I have loved most of my reads lately. Becca is a stubborn and completely oblivious individual. She said it best. At one point in the book she turns to Ryan and says why are you so… Read more »

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Jul 15
{Review} Army of the Winter Court by @AliWinters_

{Review} Army of the Winter Court by @AliWinters_

Army of the Winter Court by Ali Winters is part of the Skeleton Key book series. I really love the set up of this series. It is a group of almost 30 authors, each one writing a book featuring a skeleton key that unlocks a secret world. But all of the books are vastly different. Different themes, different age groups and different sub genres. I just love that idea. So whether you like young adult, new adult or adult, you will be able to find a book for you. If you want to know more information about the series you can check out the website dedicated to the books. Skeleton Key Book Series One Skeleton Key. Endless Adventures. https://skeletonkeybookseries.com Army of the Winter Court started out a bit different than the previous books that I have read from the Skeleton Key series. Instead of starting out in our world and having the main character discover the key right away, Army of the Winter Court starts out in the Fae kingdom… Read more »

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Jul 14
{Review+Giveaway} Life after Juliet by Shannon Lee Alexander @shanlalexander @EntangledTEEN

{Review+Giveaway} Life after Juliet by Shannon Lee Alexander @shanlalexander @EntangledTEEN

Life After Juliet is a young adult novel by Shannon Lee Alexander. It is a companion novel to Love and Other Unknown Variables. I had Love and Other Unknown Variables on my to be read list since before its’ release, but I never got around to reading it. However, as soon as I read the summary for Life After Juliet I knew I had to read this book. It deals with subject matter that is really speaking to me at the moment. So I figured I would be fine reading it alone. But after looking at some reviews and starting the book, I realized that wasn’t really the case. Could I have read Life After Juliet without first having read Love and Other Unknown Variables? Yes, I think I could have. And I think I would have been fine. However, after reading about 20 pages of Life After Juliet, I decided not to chance it and to read Love and Other Unknown Variables first. And I am very, very glad… Read more »

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Jul 14
{Review} Like a Boss by Logan Chance @BrotherChance

{Review} Like a Boss by Logan Chance @BrotherChance

Like a Boss is the first book in the adult contemporary romance Like a Boss duet series by Logan Chance. I hardly ever get the opportunity to read a romance book written by male author, so I was super excited for Like a Boss. I really liked the story. I loved the back and forth bickering between the two main characters, Theo and Penny. Watching them fight was my favorite part of the book. Like a Boss is a quick read that will leave you wanting more. Theo and Penny meet one night when she is all dressed up in a wig (and I guess contacts?) and even though neither one of them can get the other out of their heads, when they finally meet up again. This time Penny is a bartender in Logan’s new bar- he has no idea who she is. I found it hard to believe that he didn’t recognize her right away, and certainly after he was around her more, but he didn’t. What I… Read more »

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Jul 13
{Review} Unlocking Adeline by J.D. Hollyfield @jdhollyfield

{Review} Unlocking Adeline by J.D. Hollyfield @jdhollyfield

Unlocking Adeline by J.D. Hollyfield is part of the Skeleton Key book series. I really love the set up of this series. It is a group of almost 30 authors, each one writing a book featuring a skeleton key that unlocks a secret world. But all of the books are vastly different. Different themes, different age groups and different sub genres. I just love that idea. So whether you like young adult, new adult or adult, you will be able to find a book for you. If you want to know more information about the series you can check out the website dedicated to the books. Skeleton Key Book Series One Skeleton Key. Endless Adventures. https://skeletonkeybookseries.com I have really enjoyed the books I have read from J.D. Hollyfield in the past. (see my reviews here) But they have both been contemporary reads, so I was more than a little interested to see how she was going to do in the fantasy world. And I have to say, I was very… Read more »

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