Publisher: Entangled Publishing

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His Millionaire Maid by Coleen Kwan

His Millionaire Maid by Coleen Kwan

I totally felt sorry for the poor little rich girl and her “nobody likes me for me” tale of woe. For real, that sounded kind of sarcastic but I swear when Nina is feeling low it brought tears to my eyes and I felt really bad about what her life was like. Joe was a sweetheart. A… Read more »

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A Change of Plans by Robyn Thomas

A Change of Plans by Robyn Thomas

  Let me start this review by saying that  I’ve been having issues with movie trailers. See, this has been happening a lot to me lately, where I watch a trailer, I think it looks really promising so I watch the movie. But then the movie turns out to be a dud. Well, let’s just say this blurb looked… Read more »

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Neighbors with Benefits by Marissa Clarke

Neighbors with Benefits by Marissa Clarke

This was a quick and lovely “opposites attract” kind of story. On the one hand we have Michael the uptight, control freak, super hot, CEO playboy who seems slightly OCD about his schedule and the image he portrays to society (with the growth of his company as the apparent motive). His psychologist, in an attempt to… Read more »

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Hold Me Until Midnight by Christina Phillips

Hold Me Until Midnight by Christina Phillips

This was a very nice and at times pretty steamy read. Jackson was a seriously hot security expert, hired to offer protection during a society wedding to Scarlett, the groom’s adult daughter and heiress to his media empire. It turns out it’s not the “usual” protection that Scarlett needs (as in bodyguard) but a hot, intimidating and irreverent… Read more »

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The likelihood of Lucy by Jenny Holiday

The likelihood of Lucy by Jenny Holiday

You know how sometimes when you’re reading a historical the language and expressions can get a little tedious because it’s so…well, historic? I’ve found Jenny Holiday’s historical romances very fresh in this regard. While keeping it in period, the writing is current and easy to follow, it doesn’t feel like those modern adaptations of Shakespeare where the… Read more »

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The Hookup Hoax by Heather Thurmeier

The Hookup Hoax by Heather Thurmeier

So, I’m mildly disturbed by the cover girl’s calf muscle… Is that real or did someone get over excited with Photoshop? Is silicon calf implants a new fashion? It’s just.. look at it…. that’s not normal, especially when you compare it with her other calf which seems incredibly flat…. Anyways! This was a sweet story about… Read more »

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Kissing Mr. Wrong by Kerri Carpenter

Kissing Mr. Wrong by Kerri Carpenter

I really enjoy Ms. Carpenter’s writing style (also love her cute puppy pictures on facebook… but that’s totally unrelated). Her books are fast paced, the dialogue is funny and the chemistry between her characters is great. Kissing Mr. Wrong had all of this. John aka Jack, is Vanessa’s savior when he thinks she is about to… Read more »

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Falling for His Best Friend by Katee Robert

Falling for His Best Friend by Katee Robert

Well, this story had promise. Avery and Drew had been best friends since childhood, being there and supporting each other through loss and hardships. When Avery found out her window of safely getting pregnant would be limited because of a health condition, with no actual man in her life, she decides to do it on her… Read more »

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The Millionaire Daddy Project by Roxanne Snopek

The Millionaire Daddy Project by Roxanne Snopek

I’m still undecided on how to rate this book. While I liked the storyline of the anti-commitment business mogul suddenly being the sole parent to a 4 year-old girl he didn’t know existed, I struggled to connect with the main characters. We have Dane, the aforementioned hot guy whose only deep relationship with the opposite… Read more »

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Taking What’s His by Diane Alberts

Taking What’s His by Diane Alberts

Lydia was just trying to show her ex she was over him when she asked the hot guy at the bar to kiss her. Then she realizes he is actually her big brother’s friend from work, which she decides not to share as she is very aware of the little sister rule, and Holt is… Read more »

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