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Once Burned by Sam Mariano

Once Burned by Sam Mariano

Once Burned is the continuation of the Morelli series with each new book delving deeper into the Morelli family, including the man who heads it, Mateo. If you’re curious about this series, you need to start with Irreparable Damage first, otherwise you’ll miss the bigger story bridging between each book… Read more »

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Wrecking Ball by P. Dangelico

Wrecking Ball by P. Dangelico

As much as I like a well told insta-lust book, there is something to be said for a good slow burn and Wrecking Ball was that and more. This was an insta-hate/enemies to lovers tale. As much of a slow burn as it was, that doesn’t mean the chemistry wasn’t… Read more »

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Another Postcard by Elle Christensen

Another Postcard by Elle Christensen

Get ready to get your socks rocked off! If there’s one thing I know, is that Ms. Christensen knows how to write OTT alpha males and insta-love like no other. Even though rock-stars and the music business is not my favorite setting for a romance, I absolutely adoredAnother Postcard. Levi… Read more »

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Damaged and the Bulldog by Bijou Hunter

Damaged and the Bulldog by Bijou Hunter

I don’t know what I was expecting from Damaged and the Bulldog but I know it wasn’t the sweet love story I got. Dylan and Winnie’s story was heartbreaking but also uplifting with the sheer number of “wow, that’s sweet” moments. Years ago, when Winnie was a child, the Reapers… Read more »

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Drawn To You by Ker Dukey

Drawn To You by Ker Dukey

  After a failed relationship and then a vicious attack, Antonia decides a fresh start is in order. She ends up staying with her best friend, Gaby, while waiting for her apartment to be available. Gaby just happens to live with her older brother, Finlay, who’s a jerk and has… Read more »

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Made to Love by SM West

Made to Love by SM West

Made To Love is a beautiful love story surrounding a woman who was sure her days of being in a relationship were long gone. Having recently been through a divorce, life was finally looking good again for her. There was no way she wanted to jeopardise losing all she had gained,… Read more »

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Paths by Brynne Asher

Paths by Brynne Asher

  Wow. Just… wow. I’m amazed by Ms. Asher and how her books just keep getting better and better. I have been anxiously awaiting Paths, Grady’s story and it was totally worth the wait. When we last saw him in Vines, he was all effed up and not accepting help…. Read more »

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Surviving Mateo by Sam Mariano

Surviving Mateo by Sam Mariano

The dialogue in Surviving Mateo read as if it was being read to me. Whenever I took a break from reading, the characters remained vivid in my mind. It drew me back to the story because it was as if the story was continuing in my absence. Told from Meg’s… Read more »

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