Category: Quickie

Mixed into Love by Rochelle Paige

Mixed into Love by Rochelle Paige

Mixed into Love was a little gem of OTT goodness. Dane walks into a bar he’s checking out for a friend when he sees the love of his life. After seconds of being in Addilyn’s presence, he’s already rearranging his life and setting things in motion to make her his. Addilyn… Read more »

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Reluctant Mate by Lauren Dane

Reluctant Mate by Lauren Dane

What happens when the sexy bad boy and the corporate queen accidently mate? Layla Warden had certain goals in life and a ten year very well thought out plan of how her career and life would lay out.  A mate was not in there, well at least not one for… Read more »

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Finders Keepers by C.A Rose

Finders Keepers by C.A Rose

As short as it was sweet and OTT, Finders Keepers was just what I was in the mood for. Insta-love at its best, it tells the story of innocent Aspen who gets stranded in the middle of nowhere at night with no cell phone and an overeager imagination. Deciding that… Read more »

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Dear Jane by Marissa Clarke

Dear Jane by Marissa Clarke

Dear Jane was a sweet, funny and light read with lovable characters and hilarious dialogue. Eric has been solely focused on making junior partner at the law firm where he works a gazillion hours a week. He’s only a handful of weeks away from his yearly evaluation and the promotion he’s… Read more »

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Whispers and the Roars by K Webster

Whispers and the Roars by K Webster

Whispers and The Roars is a story you need to go into blindly. If you enjoy a dark story that involves getting to know what makes a character tick, this is a book you won’t want to miss. As with most dark stories, there are potential triggers for some readers…. Read more »

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Vice by Callie Hart

Vice by Callie Hart

I went into Vice with high anticipation with both the Blood & Roses and the Dead Man’s Ink Series being favourites of mine, and I assumed that Vice would be no different. While the writing was good, it was the entertaining, witty banter I missed. It was evident there was… Read more »

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