Tag: Humor

Cheeky by Natasha Madison

Cheeky by Natasha Madison

  OMG! I just gobbled down the epically hilarious sexiness that is Cheeky but be warned, this is one seriously scorching hot read. Bradley and his best friend practically grew up together which means Lexi was always around too. A couple of years age difference meant that Lexi just got her 8-year-old heart broken when… Read more »

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The Matchmaker’s Playbook by Rachel Van Dyken

The Matchmaker’s Playbook by Rachel Van Dyken

I happened upon The Matchmaker by chance through Passionflix. Before seeing this, I had watched Outlander and fell in love with the books, so I decided to go against my old rule of read the book first. I wished I’d stuck to my rules… The film is an excellent adaptation of the book because I… Read more »

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Until Nox by Layla Frost

Until Nox by Layla Frost

  Yes, just… yes. Until Nox is a funny, sexy, fantastic story and everyone should read it. Augusta aka Gus is in a pickle. Her new living arrangements just fell through and salvation comes from the most unlikely source: the bearded and hot giant across the hall from her almost apartment. Unable to resist and… Read more »

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Hot and Badgered by Shelly Laurenston

Hot and Badgered by Shelly Laurenston

  I have been waiting for Hot and Badgered for eons! First, I thought I snagged an ARC but then learned it was only for the first chapter. Even though I’m not a sneak peak kind of girl, mainly because I have zero patience, I read it and was intense and funny and had me… Read more »

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Three To Ride by Sophie Oak

Three To Ride by Sophie Oak

I Read Three To Ride several years ago and loved it. After a reread last year, I was shocked to see I never reviewed it for Edgy so I posted a review. Now Sophie Oak’s series is re-releasing under her Lexi Blake name along with the addition of some new scenes. I just had to… Read more »

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Hidden Seams by Alessandra Torre

Hidden Seams by Alessandra Torre

An Entertaining, Witty and Steamy Read Hidden Seams appealed to me because of its setting in the fashion industry, the heroine’s involvement in organised crime, and the deception as well as the author being Ms Torre. Of course, it came at the same time I had about 50 billion other books I wanted to read…. Read more »

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Three Blind Dates by Meghan Quinn

Three Blind Dates by Meghan Quinn

  A fun read! Three Blind Dates had me laughing out loud on more than one occasion. The story itself presented an interesting scenario of three potential knockout dates Noely had to choose from. Meeting each of her dates was fun and I would have been happy for her to end up with any one… Read more »

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Small Town Siren by Lexi Blake

Small Town Siren by Lexi Blake

  I can’t say Sophie Oak was the author who gave me an appreciation for MMF romances, but I think she was the one who made me a firm believer that a ménage romance can have a believable happy ending. Up until that point, although I enjoyed some of the stories I read, I put… Read more »

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