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Monthly Archives: July 2017

layla hagen

Review: Your Alluring Love by Layla Hagen

Your Alluring Love by Layla Hagen My rating: 5 of 5 stars The Bennetts are a close knit, large family, but there’s always room at the dinner table for friends in need. Nate has been one of those friends for as long as he can

j.l. beck

Review: Mr. Alpha by J.L. Beck

Mr. Alpha by J.L. Beck My rating: 4 of 5 stars Great little insta-love novella! Well, it’s sort of a second-chance/insta-love actually. 🙂 Blair’s older brother Mason asks his longtime best friend and notorious playboy Dominic to help Blair move into her new apartment, keep

Max Monroe

Review: Alex in Wonderland by Max Monroe

Alex in Wonderland by Max Monroe My rating: 5 of 5 stars Whoa. We’re not in Kansas any more kids! I knew Max Monroe could write hilarious comedy, filthy, but swoon worthy men and strong, sassy women, but when you add all that into the

claire adams

Review: Billionaire Beast by Claire Adams

Billionaire Beast by Claire Adams My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars Aiden and Lexa are both still reeling from tragedies that brought devastation and grief to their doorsteps. Connected only by disaster at first, until fate brings them together in a chance meeting. Aiden ends

Weston Parker

Review: Doctor Feelgood by Weston Parker

Doctor Feelgood by Weston Parker My rating: 5 of 5 stars Weston Parker is quickly sneaking up to the top of my one-click, must read list! This is only the second book of his that I’ve read, but they’ve both been delicious. Although he’s known

Summer Cooper

Review: Professor Next Door by Summer Cooper

Professor Next Door by Summer Cooper My rating: 5 of 5 stars Galen is a single dad and a professor who finds himself in an unfortunate custody battle with his deceased wife’s family. His friends point out an obvious solution to his problems, albeit a

Hazel Parker

Review: Doctor Her by Hazel Parker

Doctor Her: A Single Dad Virgin Romance by Hazel Parker My rating: 4 of 5 stars Danny lost his wife under the most heartbreaking circumstances and has been left to be a single-dad to a newborn daughter. He re-locates and this story picks up seven