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Passing His Guard by Melinda Price

Passing His Guard by Melinda Price

  First of all, I need to get this off my chest. As it involves somewhat of a plot twist, I’m spoiler-tagging it, so if you haven’t read this book and you don’t want me to spoil the surprise for you skip this Well, I feel better now. So let… Read more »

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Tyrant by T.M. Frazier

Tyrant by T.M. Frazier

Hells Bells! That was intense. Loved it. A book you could easily devour on a free afternoon, provided you had time to process it afterwards of course. The story and characters stay with you well after the last page. It had a good balance of steam, suspense, mystery and humour…. Read more »

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Unblocked Collection by Marni Mann

Unblocked Collection by Marni Mann

Frankie gets a Block and a tower too… Sassy is about to get a lot sassier than she’s ever been before.  There was absolutely no way for my review of Unblocked Collection to be written without a few rude crude and socially unacceptable words that popped into my head at the conclusion… Read more »

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Treasured by Thursday by Catherine Bybee

Treasured by Thursday by Catherine Bybee

  Wow. Just…wow. Arranged marriages, blackmail, extortion, an evil twin, an evil diseased ex-husband, an evil drug lord, car explosions, kidnappings, secret babies… yes, all of this happened in just one book. I really have no idea how I missed this complete series, but I’m rectifying that ASAP, and although… Read more »

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Adam by Jennifer Ashley

Adam by Jennifer Ashley

5 brothers that enjoy falling off horses…their poor mother. Adam was Jennifer Ashley’s first foray into contemporary romance and it wasn’t bad. Adam is the eldest of 5 brothers and is a stuntman. While working with his best mate and fellow stuntman, the stunt goes horribly wrong. His best mate dies… Read more »

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Five Things I Love About You by Sarah Ballance

Five Things I Love About You by Sarah Ballance

  I’ve come to realize that I’m prejudiced against prejudiced people. Is that like an oxymoron or something? Never mind. What I mean is when a main character in a book is knowingly clinging to prejudiced notions and is stubbornly refusing to change this idea… then it really pisses me… Read more »

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How to Save a Surgeon by C. M. Stone

How to Save a Surgeon by C. M. Stone

This was a quick and lovely a la Grey’s Anatomy story. Resident Darla is set on getting into trauma medicine and is paired with hunky Dr. Ice…I mean Jackson DeMatteo, who’s known for being strict and cold, as her advisor/attending physician. They share a strong attraction and in the end,… Read more »

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Indulge by E.B. Walters

Indulge by E.B. Walters

Indulge, more like hair pulling and teeth gnashing… This story really, really peeved me. The author should have made Lex and Jillian’s story one book instead of two. So much unrealistic, unresolved and unbearable stuff was introduced that in between the eye rolling I was fuming. These two characters who’d… Read more »

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