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Changing His Game by Megan Erickson

Changing His Game by Megan Erickson

Well… give me a minute… *fanning self* this was unexpectedly hot, as in H.O.T freakin’ hot! We have two smoldering, slightly nerdy individuals, that by chance (or make that a flighty computer) see a side of each other that was totally unexpected and the heat is on! Marley, a very work-oriented and serious woman with… Read more »

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Getting Lucky Number Seven by Cindi Madsen

Getting Lucky Number Seven by Cindi Madsen

I’m happy that the few NA books I’ve read lately have been on the “good” side. While this one has a definite The Deal (Elle Kennedy) feel to it, it wasn’t really a turn-off, more of a reminder that I loved that book so maybe this would work out for me too. Beck is the… Read more »

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Just for Appearances by Jenna Rutland

Just for Appearances by Jenna Rutland

  I liked the idea behind this book but in actuality didn’t love it. It felt like there was a lot going on, but at the same time, nothing ever happened… it was confusing as hell. We have Rachel, a single mother of 3 boys after divorcing her somewhat of a douche husband. He pays… Read more »

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The Millionaire’s Forever by Sonya Weiss

The Millionaire’s Forever by Sonya Weiss

I’m sorry to say I didn’t really get into this book. While well written and perfectly paced I found the events that took place in it too far fetched. Yes I know, stranger than fiction is something that’s real, and I’m sure this or something like it could have happened in real life. But for… Read more »

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Ares’ Temptation by Aubrie Dionne

Ares’ Temptation by Aubrie Dionne

  This book had the interesting premise of Greek Gods co-existing in today’s modern world. While not “descending” to Earth periodically, there are some mythological figures that are prone to living and working among humans. Others, as is the case of Ares the God of War, try to keep their interaction with mortals to the… Read more »

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The Miss Mirren Mission by Jenny Holiday

The Miss Mirren Mission by Jenny Holiday

  Well, I must say I’m very fond of Ms. Holiday’s writing style. I’ve really enjoyed reading The Miss Mirren Mission. I think it follows her previous works “theme” of the anti-commitment, emotionally-stunted hero who can’t help but fall for the quirky, irreverent but still lovable heroine. In this instance, Eric (AKA Blackstone the Earl)… Read more »

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Sleeping With Her Enemy by Jenny Holiday

Sleeping With Her Enemy by Jenny Holiday

I read the previous book of the 49th Floor series by Ms. Holiday and loved it, so it was a no brainer when I found that Sleeping With Her Enemy, the next one, was about to come out. While I enjoyed the book and read it fairly quickly, I didn’t like it as much as I… Read more »

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Penthouse Prince by Virginia Nelson

Penthouse Prince by Virginia Nelson

This was a nice read for me. We have the typical business mogul with daddy issues who doesn’t believe in love. But attraction? Yes. Lust? Hell yes! So when Camden finds himself without a fiancée, and getting married is the only way to gain the company from his father, he chooses the first girl his… Read more »

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The Marriage Match by Tracy March

The Marriage Match by Tracy March

This was a nice story. For some reason, Cyn’s attitude towards her employer right from the start put me off of her. After thinking she was a rude, ungrateful b–lady, it was hard for me to relate to her. Trent, the H, is a hot, accomplished, kind, sweet, super-rich guy. He runs his family’s resort… Read more »

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