New Review! The Rogue Not Taken by Sarah MacLean

The Rogue Not Taken (Scandal & Scoundrel #1) by Sarah MacLean

A funny and adventurous road trip love story by one of my favorite historical romance authors, Sarah MacLean. I am excited to start this series by her.

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New Review! The Worst Best Man by Mia Sosa

The Worst Best Man by Mia Sosa

I am so glad I read this book; I loved Lina and her friends and family that helped shape the woman she was. Max was sweet and attentive to Lina and had a desire to learn more about her. Their love was worth working for and it was fun reading about them navigate the obstacles to get there.

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New Review! The Dare by Harley LaRoux

The Dare by Harley LaRoux

A short and sexy erotic story with lots of taboo boundaries pushed, The Dare is the story of Jess, former head cheerleader, and Manson, the goth kid who she used to bully. When he dares her to be his for a night, Jess enjoys submitting to his punishments. A Halloween party setting gave this book an overall spooky and sexy appeal.

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New Review! Scandal Takes the Stage by Eva Leigh

Scandal Takes the Stage (The Wicked Quills of London, #2) by Eva Leigh

Margaret Delamere is a well known playwright and Cameron, Viscount Marwood is a big fan of the theater. I loved how Cam was enchanted by Maggie and extremely supportive about her life’s passion. To see a man so enthralled with a woman for her skill and talent was very special.

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New Review! Say You Still Love Me by K.A. Tucker

Say You Still Love Me by K.A. Tucker

This really sweet second chance romance is told in alternating points of view between the past at Camp Wawa, where two teenagers find love and adventure; and the present in Lennox, where a high power VP crosses paths again with the boy from her past, this time when he is a security guard at her office building.

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New Review! The Rebel King by Kennedy Ryan

The Rebel King (All the King’s Men #2)

I concluded the second book in the beautiful duet – I felt the genuine love between the pair – a love that spanned continents and years. Lennix is a strong and inspiring heroine with Native American heritage she is proud of. Maxim is ruthless and brave and adores Lennix. But I am not sure how much love I have for a billionaire turned politician, no matter how charming he is.

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