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Playing House by Amy Andrews

Playing House by Amy Andrews

  Is there anything sexier than a hot, huge, rugby player being all sweet and cuddly? Well, Playing House will give you the opportunity to see for yourself, and it’s not one you should pass up. I’ve loved this group of boisterous, rough, sexy beasts of the Sydney Smoke team since the very beginning. Each… Read more »

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The Emerald Lily by Juliette Cross

The Emerald Lily by Juliette Cross

  Noooooooooo, why does this have to end?????!!!!!!!! What an epic finish to an epic series! While this was a fantastic way to part with this amazing saga, I kept hoping Ms. Cross would find a way to sneak in some other stories. Still, I’m counting on a Bloodguard spinoff coming soon. The Emerald Lily… Read more »

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Until You’re Mine by Cindi Madsen

Until You’re Mine by Cindi Madsen

  I have this thing for literary MMA fighters (well, literary fighters in general if I’m being perfectly honest) and Ms. Madsen’s take on the fighting world was, in my opinion, absolutely amazeballs. I don’t usually have a lot of patience for NA books but I’ve read Ms. Madsen’s work before and was again pleasantly… Read more »

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His Outback Nanny by Annie Seaton

His Outback Nanny by Annie Seaton

  His Outback Nanny is a sweet, clean and tender romance with cute little kids and a “relationship deal” gone real. Ned, a single dad with three kids has moved back to the family farm in order to give his children a better life. Unfortunately time, with three kids under the age of 11, is… Read more »

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The Billionaire’s Unexpected Baby by Kira Archer

The Billionaire’s Unexpected Baby by Kira Archer

    I loved The Billionaire’s Unexpected Baby! This series is really rocking it for me, with romance, feels, laughs and serious amounts of steam plus some downright hot sexiness. If you’re into contemporary relationship-driven romance you should give them a look. We met Brooks in the previous installment, 69 Million Things I Hate About… Read more »

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Hanky-Spanky Christmas by Amy Andrews

Hanky-Spanky Christmas by Amy Andrews

  Looking for a steamy and kinky Holiday treat? Look no farther, Hanky-Spanky Christmas is totally it. This is a short, steamy and fun read to enjoy in one sitting, but be warned, it is rather hot. Darcy and Mitch are the only single and under 60 living in the senior citizen’s apartment complex, but… Read more »

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Bittersweet Christmas by Nina Croft

Bittersweet Christmas by Nina Croft

  This was such a treat! I loved every second of Bittersweet Christmas; from its version of Father Christmas, quirky and mischievous Winter, our sexy and brooding were-pire (yes, a werepire: a hybrid between werewolf and vampire) Ryan, to the action, suspense and holiday spirit it includes. It has it all. John Ryan was a… Read more »

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The White Lily by Juliette Cross

The White Lily by Juliette Cross

  Holy crapola! I’m not sure Snow White was ever this kick-ass. The White Lily follows the story of Brennalyn, a single foster mother to 7 orphaned children. A dedicated school teacher she’s also a supporter of the Black Lily movement. There’s only so much she can do to help without actually knowing anyone in… Read more »

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69 Million Things I Hate About You by Kira Archer

69 Million Things I Hate About You by Kira Archer

  When your boss thinks you’re his personal slave instead of his personal assistant and you suddenly don’t need your job anymore because you won the lotto… well, I would totally want to get a little payback too. In 69 Million Things I Hate About You Kiersten had to put up with the most demanding… Read more »

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Wolf In Her Soul by NJ Walters

Wolf In Her Soul by NJ Walters

What feels like forever ago I stumbled onto NJ Walters’ Legacy series and I really enjoyed it. I then read the first book in the Salvation Pack series and liked it, but didn’t love it. When I saw the rave reviews for some of the other books in the series, my interest was sparked again…. Read more »

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