Tag: Humor

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The Sexy One by Lauren Blakely

The Sexy One by Lauren Blakely

  Since the very second I read The Sexy One’s blurb I knew I’d love it, and I absolutely did. Simon is the sexiest single dad in all of the city. Not only because he is hot as sin and successful, but because he dotes on his little girl. Wanting… Read more »

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Shopping for a Billionaire 3 by Julia Kent

Shopping for a Billionaire 3 by Julia Kent

  Oh, boy. I believe Shopping for a Billionaire 3 exceeds all expectations of OTT absurdity I ever could have had. Shannon and Declan’s first real date ends up in a medical emergency, but it proves just how awesome Declan really is. Take two has a totally different ending and… Read more »

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Shopping for a Billionaire 2 by Julia Kent

Shopping for a Billionaire 2 by Julia Kent

  This just keeps getting better and funnier! Shopping for a Billionaire 2 follows where we left off with Shannon and Declan: in a hot as hell make out session in a restaurant hallway. Did I say it was hot? Because it really, really was. The following morning things are… Read more »

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Shopping for a Billionaire by Julia Kent

Shopping for a Billionaire by Julia Kent

  Why, oh why did I take so long to start this story? I think my family started thinking I was auditioning to do some pig movie dubbing with all the snorting happening. The first book in the Shopping for a Billionaire series starts the story of Shannon, a quirky… Read more »

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Field-Tripped by Nicole Archer

Field-Tripped by Nicole Archer

Today we have the Blog Tour for Field-Tripped by Nicole Archer. Check it out and buy your copy today! I’ve greatly enjoyed watching the people at Shimura advertising fall in love one by one. In Field-Tripped, Eli gets the chance to set his past wrongs right in the most unlikely… Read more »

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Rusty Cage by Bijou Hunter

Rusty Cage by Bijou Hunter

  It’s been awhile since I treated myself to a Bijou Hunter book. I love her characters because they are down to earth and rough around the edges. Their eyes are open to their individual flaws, but they don’t let that stop them from trying to make the best of… Read more »

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First Grave On The Right by Darynda Jones

First Grave On The Right by Darynda Jones

  I’m sitting here not quite sure what to say about First Grave On The Right. Did I like it? Why yes, yes I did. It was funny and witty, and interesting. But…sometimes, well most of the time actually,  it was just too freaking much. Charlie is one of those… Read more »

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CowSex by Lesley Jones

CowSex by Lesley Jones

  Don’t ask, just read on! When I first heard Lesley Jones had written a romantic comedy I was so excited. What I didn’t know about was the title. Having listened to Lesley speak at a forum some years ago, I was struck by her captivating and frank personality. This… Read more »

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