Publisher: Entangled Publishing

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Knocked-Up Cinderella by Julie Hammerle

Knocked-Up Cinderella by Julie Hammerle

  Get ready to laugh your butt off with Knocked-Up Cinderella, a chic-lit-ish contemporary romance. Erin is 40, recently single and killing it as the new principal at a private elementary school. She loves what she does, but now it also includes schmoozing and fund-raising and that’s how she finds herself dressed as Cinderella and… Read more »

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Beauty and the Greek Billionaire by Stefanie London

Beauty and the Greek Billionaire by Stefanie London

  Oh my God! I can’t believe how much fun I had reading Beauty and the Greek Billionaire. A steamy, sexy and sweet romance with a little angst, it was practically perfect. Marianna is accompanying one of her seven older brothers on a business trip to Greece. Having a profound love for languages and different… Read more »

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Sin and Ink by Naima Simone

Sin and Ink by Naima Simone

Oh, the angst!!!! Oooohhhh, the hotness!! So, let me start this review by stating that I’m not overly into angst. I can take some in my romance as long as it is balanced and closer to non-existent. That said, after reading the blurb to Sin and Ink, I couldn’t resist. Also, why I didn’t figure… Read more »

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Never Expected You by Jody Holford

Never Expected You by Jody Holford

  When I read the blurb for Never Expected You I was stoked to give this new to me author a try. And although I really loved some things about it, overall it was just an alright read. Stella is running her late father’s veterinarian clinic on her own. In a small town her dad… Read more »

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A Nanny For the Reclusive Billionaire by Regina Kyle

A Nanny For the Reclusive Billionaire by Regina Kyle

  I’m still amazed at how much I loved A Nanny For the Reclusive Billionaire. Single-dads falling for the nanny stories are like my kryptonite, and Ms. Kyle couldn’t have written a better one. Mallory is a chef working at her family’s hotel. A battle with cancer as a teen has left her with OTT… Read more »

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Soulfire by Juliette Cross

Soulfire by Juliette Cross

  It’s been years since I’ve read a Juliette Cross book and I am kicking myself for forgetting about this author. Back in 2015 I read Waking The Dragon and loved it, giving it a rare 5 stars. I told myself I was going to go back and read the Nightwing series, and then never… Read more »

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Bought For Marriage by Fiona Davenport

Bought For Marriage by Fiona Davenport

  Could this book be any more perfect?? Bought For Marriage was everything I was hoping it would be and it left me completely satisfied with its sweet sexiness. I know some people don’t enjoy the whole “pretend-relationship” trope but I just love it, and this one was flawlessly done. Sullivan is just not in… Read more »

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Until We’re More by Cindi Madsen

Until We’re More by Cindi Madsen

  Let me begin by saying that I don’t usually go for the whole “friends-to-lovers” trope as it is usually filled with what-if-I-risk-it-and-end-up-losing-my-friend back and forth thing that drives me completely crazy. But for Ms. Madsen’s MMA hunky fighters I was willing to make an exception, and I’m so glad I did! While Until We’re… Read more »

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Darkest Heart by Juliette Cross

Darkest Heart by Juliette Cross

  A dragon was ten times more capable of swooping in and stealing the maiden away than that prissy fuckstick, prince charming. You know what’s the best thing about finding a new author you absolutely love? The backlog. Juliette Cross has impressed me yet again with her spellbinding writing and world building and has cemented… Read more »

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Handle With Care by Nina Croft

Handle With Care by Nina Croft

  Being used to Nina Croft’s action-packed and suspenseful stories, Handle with Care was a bit of a surprise with its quiet, relationship driven, straight contemporary romance feel. But hey, a bad boy is a bad boy in any genre you put him, and they are yummy. Tanner is pretty much the town’s black sheep…. Read more »

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