Tag: Humor

The Baby Maker’s Club by Penny Wylder

The Baby Maker’s Club by Penny Wylder

A quick fun read! This is a short fun read that takes a ridiculous idea where before you know it makes it sound like a fabulous one. The concept behind a Baby Makers Club is rather absurd, that is until it becomes apparent the conventional method of falling pregnant for… Read more »

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Space by Penny Reid

Space by Penny Reid

  I think I’ve said this before, but every book I read of Ms. Reid’s just cements my belief that she is a freaking genius. I read Space in more or less one sitting and once I started it, I had to force myself to put it down. Now, a… Read more »

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Beauty and the Mustache by Penny Reid

Beauty and the Mustache by Penny Reid

What a beauty! I decided to look through my massive TBR list of books I have purchased but not read. Beauty and the Mustache was the book that came out on top. What a win! I adored the humour, loved the family interactions as well as the support from the… Read more »

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The Last Wingman by Daisy Prescott

The Last Wingman by Daisy Prescott

  Let me begin this review by saying I’ve only read the first book in this series. I know, I know… but it wasn’t hard at all following who was who, so The Last Wingman is absolutely readable as a standalone. Even more, you’ll just want to read all the… Read more »

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The O’Connor Family Series by Katie Reus

The O’Connor Family Series by Katie Reus

I’m a fan of most of Katie Reus’ books. Her paranormal Darkness series is a particular favorite of mine, especially the dragons. You just can never have enough hot, sexy dragon action. I also love her romantic suspense series, Redemption Harbor. It’s an auto-read for me with its mix of… Read more »

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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… Read more »

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Found In Bliss by Lexi Blake

Found In Bliss by Lexi Blake

  Found In Bliss is one of my favorite Bliss stories. Even in Bliss it doesn’t get much quirkier than the ex-Russian mob assassin, Alexei. He’s hilarious, even when he didn’t mean to be funny. One of the things I loved about him the most was his ability to laugh… Read more »

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Memento Mori by Lexi Blake

Memento Mori by Lexi Blake

  I’m kicking myself that I didn’t catch up on the Masters and Mercenaries Series before starting Memento Mori. If you haven’t read that series, I highly recommend it as I’m guessing they hold the backstory of The Lost Boys, the men who this series is based around. I pieced… Read more »

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