Publisher: Entangled Publishing

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Wilde at Heart by Tonya Burrows

Wilde at Heart by Tonya Burrows

This was an action packed, suspenseful story. Reece is a geek at heart but feels he needs to present a serious, proper persona to be in business so he can support financially his brothers’ security agency. Shelby is pretty much the opposite. From her out of the ordinary clothing style, to her ever changing multicolored hair… Read more »

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The Earl’s New Bride by Frances Fowlkes

The Earl’s New Bride by Frances Fowlkes

  I’m thinking of pushing this new sub-genre called “Contemporary Historical Romance”. Although it sounds ridiculous, I’ve found lately that some authors write in a historical setting but characters are unencumbered by time-appropriate speech patterns and such, which gives us a very easy to read romance set in a time where the women wore kick… Read more »

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Chasing Mr. Wrong by Joya Ryan

Chasing Mr. Wrong by Joya Ryan

  Hot damn! For someone so worried about his public image, Ryder really pushed it with all the sex in public places… Ryder, the hunky builder, is Mr. Respectable having a construction company with employees who depend on him. He also has his family’s good name to uphold as one of the founding families. Whitney… 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 off. Five Things I Love… 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, can’t really keep their hands off… Read more »

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Own Me by Lexi Scott

Own Me by Lexi Scott

  I ended up enjoying Own Me, the second book I’ve read by this author, a lot more that I thought I would. I loved Risk Me, the previous installment on this series, so much that I jumped at the chance of reading this next one. While I was intrigued by the story line, I… Read more »

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Recipe for Temptation by Gina Gordon

Recipe for Temptation by Gina Gordon

  This book was entertaining and hot… Yep, that’s it. I didn’t care particularly for the h, Penn, mainly because she was a doormat with her family. She is supposed to be this brassy and strong woman, but fearing her family wouldn’t accept her new “self” whenever she was in their presence she came off… Read more »

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Playing For Her Heart by Megan Erickson

Playing For Her Heart by Megan Erickson

  This book was a complete smut fest. A well written, engaging smut fest but I’d say around 60% is our couple Chloe and Grant having different fantasy themed sex. I really liked Ms. Erickson’s writing style and loved the previous book in this series (Changing His Game) so I couldn’t wait to get to see super… Read more »

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The Colonel’s Daughter by Amy Andrews

The Colonel’s Daughter by Amy Andrews

  So, about 70% of this story takes place in a hotel room. No, no… wait, don’t get excited, it’s not the sexathon you’re picturing in your head. This story is about Ivy, a retired Colonel’s daughter, who’s been sheltered, protected, and even a little bit smothered by her daddy. After finishing college and before… Read more »

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