Tag: Ex-Military

Taking What’s His by Diane Alberts

Taking What’s His by Diane Alberts

Lydia was just trying to show her ex she was over him when she asked the hot guy at the bar to kiss her. Then she realizes he is actually her big brother’s friend from work, which she decides not to share as she is very aware of the little sister rule, and Holt is… Read more »

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The Kalista Diamond by Erin Moira O’Hara

The Kalista Diamond by Erin Moira O’Hara

A true Australian bloke meets a gem… I have a confession to make…I’m an Aussie and up until a few weeks ago I avoided reading books by Australian authors. It’s a sad fact that previous books I have read felt like they were written for overseas customers. We know people think we have a weird… Read more »

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Until July by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Until July by Aurora Rose Reynolds

What I like about Ms. Reynolds’s books is that I (usually) get exactly what I was expecting. A light, funny, pretty hot, easy read. Will this be the best book you’ve ever read? Probably not. Is it a literary masterpiece? Well…no. This is the story of July, Asher and November’s eldest daughter, and Wes, a… Read more »

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Still The One by Jill Shalvis

Still The One by Jill Shalvis

There was definitely Animal Magnetism between AJ and Darcy… I loved this story. Darcy was badly injured in a car accident and AJ is her physical therapist and her brother’s best friend. We’ve met both characters in previous stories but this is where it all comes together. Darcy hasn’t seen much love in her life… Read more »

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Dangerous Secrets by Abbie Zanders

Dangerous Secrets by Abbie Zanders

Plenty of Callaghan’s to go around… I really enjoyed Dangerous Secrets, a story about a woman on the run from her past and a man who was stopped in his tracks with just one look. Taryn has been living a very quiet and secret life after a tragedy in her youth. She comes into a little… Read more »

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Blind Seduction by T Hammond

Blind Seduction by T Hammond

  I found this book incredibly refreshing. I have no problem with the usual formula, but once in a while, an unusual idea (well done, of course) is very appreciated. Teresa and Red have a hilarious relationship. Red who’s probably the best character in the book, is a very witty and snarky dog, but still,… Read more »

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Someone Like Her by Sandra Owens

Someone Like Her by Sandra Owens

Someone Like Her had several of my favorite characteristics: a yummy ex-Seal self-proclaimed anti-commitment man-whore, a damsel in distress type of h (but not a TSTL one), and scorching hot sexy times. It’s well written and the pace is good, the balance between action and downtime, I thought, was pretty good too. That said, I… Read more »

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