Publisher: Loveswept

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Sex in the Sticks by Sawyer Bennett

Sex in the Sticks by Sawyer Bennett

  Hot Damn!!! Sex in the Sticks is one seriously, and I do mean seriously hot read. Valentine is a dating/romancing/sexing blogger with a sassy style and a family fortune that lets her pretty much do whatever the hell she wants in life. Unfortunately, the dating scene and the available male in NYC just aren’t… Read more »

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Necessary Evil by Jamie K. Schmidt

Necessary Evil by Jamie K. Schmidt

I was intrigued by the blurb of Necessary Evil. I mean, a motorcycle club of vigilantes who take care of the criminals who get off on technicalities? Right on! Unfortunately, it just didn’t work for me. Lucy is a public defender, and an extremely good one at that, which means every cop and their mother hates her… Read more »

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Welcome Home for Christmas by Annie Rains

Welcome Home for Christmas by Annie Rains

Welcome Home for Christmas will definitely put you in a festive mood, with its sweet, fun romance and lovable characters. Allison is tired of being singled out at her mother’s Christmas parties. Either the guy she brings is labeled a loser by her psychologist mother (which they usually end up being) or she must have… Read more »

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Welcoming the Bad Boy by Annie Rains

Welcoming the Bad Boy by Annie Rains

Welcoming the Bad Boy was a sweet romance about accepting yourself and making amends. Third on the Hero’s Welcome series it was good, but so far the first one is still my favorite. Here, Valerie feels the pressure of being the town’s preacher’s daughter, and she can’t quite bring herself to openly disappoint her father…. Read more »

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Falling Free by Tina Wainscott

Falling Free by Tina Wainscott

I really wanted to like Falling Free. I actually loved Tanner and Grace, their chemistry was outstanding and I could relate to both of them. I had a problem with both fighting the attraction and not wanting to get involved. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind this kind of storyline as a general rule,… Read more »

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Always For You: Jack by Alexis Morgan

Always For You: Jack by Alexis Morgan

  I find Always For You: Jack’s blurb a bit misleading. Ok, so misleading might be too strong a word but there are a couple of things that are not as mentioned above. Jack was Special Forces but had to retire because of an injury, and is doing some private work for a friend where… Read more »

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Worth It All by Claudia Connor

Worth It All by Claudia Connor

Wow. Worth It All was totally worth the read! (lame, I know, I know…) I don’t think I’ve enjoyed a relationship driven story so much in quite a while now. JT is the younger McKinney, and as such has always felt in the shadow of his much older and extremely accomplished siblings. When a car… Read more »

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Falling Hard by Tina Wainscott

Falling Hard by Tina Wainscott

  This was an ok story. When I read gritty I’m expecting you know… grit. And I didn’t feel Falling Hard delivered in that front. Yes, it deals with a heavy subject but it just didn’t feel it merited that introduction. Pax and Gemma had a moment when they were both in high school and Gemma… Read more »

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Welcome to Forever by Annie Rains

Welcome to Forever by Annie Rains

  Wow, I don’t know where to start with this review. I loved Welcome to Forever. It’s one of those stories that will have you invested in everyone right from the beginning and it won’t let you stop until you’re reading the last sentence of the epilogue. Kat is a young woman working as headmistress… Read more »

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