Publisher: Entangled Publishing

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Saving the CEO by Jenny Holiday

Saving the CEO by Jenny Holiday

All work and no fun… makes the hot CEO throw his rules out the window. I loved this book. Jack Winter was absurdly rigid and had lots of rules regarding relationships… or more accurately how to avoid them at all costs. He was completely anti-commitment. What I loved about this… Read more »

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Love Thy Neighbor by Sophie Wintner

Love Thy Neighbor by Sophie Wintner

It was hot. It was romantic. It was sweet. This book was just great and lovely. Dallas has all kind of intimacy issues with women…not so much with their intimate parts, hehe. But being a super hot, fit, gifted photographer with a British accent made things more than easy for… Read more »

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This Weakness for You by Wendy Sparrow

This Weakness for You by Wendy Sparrow

CONTENT WARNING: There’s absolutely NO SEX in This Weakness For You. Ok, now that that’s out of the way, I loved this book. It was freaking hilarious, I laughed out loud, snorted and snickered all the way through. If you’re in a pissy mood this book is 100% guaranteed to… Read more »

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Nothing but Trouble by J. L. Hammer

Nothing but Trouble by J. L. Hammer

What happens when you borrow money from a loan shark and then can’t pay him back? You end up on the side of a road after crashing your car, in the pouring rain, wearing only your gentlemen’s club waitress uniform – that would be daisy dukes, a sparkly push-up bra… Read more »

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Resisting Her Rival by Sonya Weiss

Resisting Her Rival by Sonya Weiss

This was a sweet, funny story and I had a good time reading it. Abby has always been the responsible one. After a disastrous marriage she is even more closed off to anything that’s not work-related. Nick was a daredevil bad boy and even after serving his country, he can’t… Read more »

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Love’s Legacy by Joan Avery

Love’s Legacy by Joan Avery

Sometime ago, one of the Dirty Girls mentioned how she liked books to show her what was happening instead of the author telling her. At that time I didn’t get what she was saying. Sadly, now I do. This book just didn’t click for me. While it’s jam packed with… Read more »

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