Genre: Contemporary Romance

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The Test by Tawna Fenske

The Test by Tawna Fenske

  Holy hotness Batman! With a similar set up as The List, The Test is a fun, flirty and incredibly hot story. Lisa is going through a rough patch, her fiancée left her at the altar and the life she always thought she wanted is no longer within her grasp…. Read more »

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Baby Maker by P. Dangelico

Baby Maker by P. Dangelico

  Usually, I would pass right over a book called Baby Maker, but I enjoyed P. Dangelico’s first two books, especially Wrecking Ball, so I took a chance on it despite the goofy name. There were parts of Baby Maker I enjoyed, but I can’t say it wowed me. Too… Read more »

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The Bad Boy’s Baby by Cindi Madsen

The Bad Boy’s Baby by Cindi Madsen

  Surprise baby stories are one of my favorite tropes in romance. Don’t ask me why because it doesn’t have a rational explanation, I just love them. In The Bad Boy’s Baby, Emma and Cam spend one wonderful night together right before Cam’s deployment, and it’s only after he retires… Read more »

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Captive Lies by Victoria Paige

Captive Lies by Victoria Paige

Miss Paige is known for her high-octane type of action stories, and Captive Lies was true to form. Grant and Blaire meet under dire circumstances, Blaire finds Grant unconscious on the snow while braving a snowstorm with her friend Liam.  With no other choice but to take him home with… Read more »

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Playing House by Amy Andrews

Playing House by Amy Andrews

  Is there anything sexier than a hot, huge, rugby player being all sweet and cuddly? Well, Playing House will give you the opportunity to see for yourself, and it’s not one you should pass up. I’ve loved this group of boisterous, rough, sexy beasts of the Sydney Smoke team… Read more »

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Giving Chase by Lauren Dane

Giving Chase by Lauren Dane

I’m really enjoying these re-release ARCs as they are like going back to your hometown for a visit. You get to sit for a spell and reacquaint yourself with old friends and that’s always a fun thing to do. Giving Chase was probably the first Lauren Dane book I read… Read more »

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From Lukov With Love by Mariana Zapata

From Lukov With Love by Mariana Zapata

I’m not a life in the slow burn lane kind of girl unless you’re talking about Mariana Zapata’s brand of slow. She tends to add in loads of emotion and scads of hilarious banter which somehow tricks my action-loving soul into not caring that there isn’t any kidnapping, bombs, or… Read more »

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Hidden Seams by Alessandra Torre

Hidden Seams by Alessandra Torre

An Entertaining, Witty and Steamy Read Hidden Seams appealed to me because of its setting in the fashion industry, the heroine’s involvement in organised crime, and the deception as well as the author being Ms Torre. Of course, it came at the same time I had about 50 billion other… Read more »

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Stumbling Into Love by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Stumbling Into Love by Aurora Rose Reynolds

  I read Running Into Love, the first installment of this ARR series, and while it didn’t completely blow me away, I found it entertaining and full of engaging side characters so I wanted to keep up with it. Stumbling Into Love, to me, was much better than its’ predecessor… Read more »

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Amber by Elle Casey

Amber by Elle Casey

  As much as I love music, I don’t read a lot of rocker romances but I loved the thought of a hippie girl finding out she’s the daughter of a Rock God and tracking him down. Unfortunately, the scenario I had built up in my head never panned out…. Read more »

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