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May 26
{Review} Completing The Pass by Jeanette Murray @KJMurrayBooks

{Review} Completing The Pass by Jeanette Murray @KJMurrayBooks

Completing the Pass is the fifth book in the Santa Fe Bobcats series. The Santa Fe Bobcats series is an adult sports romance series about a professional football team. I have not read the first three books in the series, but I did read the fourth book, Romancing the Running Back, and I really enjoyed it. In fact, I liked Josiah from that book so much that one of the only things I disliked about Completing The Pass was that I hardly got to see him at all in this one. It mostly features Trey, from book one, and because I have not (yet) read his story, I didn’t have as much of a connection with him. Although, I have to say he seems like a great guy and after seeing how crazy in love him and Cassie are, I can’t wait to read his story. After reading two of the books in the middle of the series, I can now confidently say three things. 1) These books really can be… Read more »

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Mar 21
{Review} Until Tomorrow by Annie Kelly @romancingannie @SignetEclipse

{Review} Until Tomorrow by Annie Kelly @romancingannie @SignetEclipse

Until Tomorrow is a new adult contemporary romance by Annie Kelly. It is the second book in the Flirting With Trouble series. each of the books can be read as standalones. Until Tomorrow is the first book that I have read by Annie Kelly, but it will not be the last. I loved how emotional and inspirational Until Tomorrow was. the characters were far from perfect, but their story was all about facing their fears, growing as a person and they all showed such strength that I had nothing but admiration for them. Until tomorrow is told entirely from Carson’s point of view. Carson and Wyatt first met each other when they were very different people. I really liked that the book started out with their initial meeting, and then it jumps ahead 6 months and shows their second meeting. Of course, by this meeting each of their lives has changed significantly. I really enjoyed watching the two of them grow and struggle with who they are, who they were… Read more »

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Dec 26
{ARC Review} Romancing the Running Back by Jeanette Murray @KJMurrayBooks

{ARC Review} Romancing the Running Back by Jeanette Murray @KJMurrayBooks

  Romancing the Running Back is the fourth book in the Santa Fe Bobcats series. The Santa Fe Bobcats series is an adult sports romance series about a professional football team. I have not read the first three books in the series, but I thought this one was the perfect one for me to jump into the series with, because it was the wedding (planning) for the couple from the first book, Cassie and Trey. We get to see the couple from the first three stories, and it let me decide which ones I wanted to read, but the main focus was on Josiah and Anya, making it totally seamless for a new fan to the series to be able to jump right in and start with their story. I loved how opposite, at first glance, Josiah and Anya seemed. He is an eco friendly to the extreme conservationist, and she is a purely aesthetic (at least on the surface) person. There is a lot more to Anya, but we… Read more »

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May 16
{Review} One Night by A.J. Pine @BerkleyRomance @AJ_Pine

{Review} One Night by A.J. Pine @BerkleyRomance @AJ_Pine

One Night is the first in a new adult contemporary romance series called Only You. I am not sure if the second book is going to be about new characters or the same characters, so I can’t get into too much of the series structure. One Night focused on Adam and Jess. The story was told entirely from Jess’ point of view. I would have liked to have gotten some glimpses into Adam’s head, but it was good because we really got to know Jess. And she was honestly the main catalyst for this story. Adam was dealing with drama and difficult things in his life but it didn’t immobilize him like it did Jess. One Night is the story of whether Jess can pick herself up and move on from what happened in her past. And for most of the book, we don’t even know what kind of past thing it was. It was just this big dark cloud hanging over her head, affecting her relationships with everyone. I… Read more »

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Oct 13
{Review+Giveaway} Promise Me This by @Christina_Lee04  @BerkleyRomance

{Review+Giveaway} Promise Me This by @Christina_Lee04 @BerkleyRomance

Promise me This is the fourth book in the Between Breaths series. Each book can be read as a standalone, and I have found with this series that this is really the case. Sometimes you get a mention or a cameo of a character from another one of the books but not very much. They basically all just live in the same city/world, but other than that each book is completely focused on the main characters. Which works out great for people that want to pick and choose which books they want to read or to read them out of order. You won’t be lost at all. Promise Me This is the story of Nate and Jessie. They both work at the tattoo shop, but on the surface they seem like complete opposites. There were so many things I enjoyed of their dynamic. I liked that at first glance they each didn’t appear to be the kind of person the other would go for. Jessie likes her guys rough around… Read more »

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Oct 09
{Review} Before You Break by @Christina_Lee04  @BerkleyRomance

{Review} Before You Break by @Christina_Lee04 @BerkleyRomance

Before You Break is the second book in the Between Breaths series. It is a new adult series from Christina Lee, and each book works as a standalone. I am on the blog tour for the 4th book in the series coming up, and I wanted to try out one of the earlier books to see if I could catch a glimpse of Nate or Jessie before their story in Promise me This. (P.S. I did catch a glimpse of Nate, but not Jessie) I have read a lot of new adult contemporary romances and it is no secret that it is currently my favorite genre of books. After a reading your 100th or so contemporary college romance sometimes they can blend together, but not Before You Break. This book spoke to me on different levels. It is a short novel, at around 250 pages but there is so much goodness packed into its’ pages. Christina Lee impressed me with the emotion she wove into her writing and the connection… Read more »

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