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Jillian Quinn

Release Blitz: Roughing by Jillian Quinn

Title: Roughing Author: Jillian Quinn Genre: Second Chance Sports Romance Release Date: August 9th, 2017 Blurb As the star running back for the Strickland Senators, Sebastian Prince knows what it takes to score on and off the field. Bash has it all—money, looks, women, and

Jillian Quinn

Review: Roughing by Jillian Quinn

Roughing by Jillian Quinn My rating: 5 of 5 stars   Tori and Bash had an intense romance their freshman year of college. She gave him her virginity and he gave her the world on a silver platter. It seemed their love was destined to

Adriana Locke

Review: Swear by Adriana Locke

Swear by Adriana Locke My rating: 5 of 5 stars I swear every Landry man is better than the last! This is one of my favourite series and when one book ends, I’m always eager to read about the next Landry character. And what characters

Remy Blake

Review: Clipped by Remy Blake

Clipped by Remy Blake My rating: 5 of 5 stars This latest release from the steamy romance writing team Remy Blake is the perfect enemies to lovers romance. Avery grew up in a small town where Wesley lived to make her life a living hell

gisele st. claire

Review: Uncover by Gisele St. Claire

Uncover by Gisele St. Claire My rating: 5 of 5 stars I just love this Club V series. They are well written, super steamy and have interesting plots. This one had an especially great revenge plot along with the Club V men introducing an inexperienced

Jillian Quinn

Review: Sex Therapy by Jillian Quinn

Sex Therapy by Jillian Quinn My rating: 5 of 5 stars Hot, hot, hot novella from Jillian Quinn. It had the same great dirty talking men and insanely steamy sex scenes, but was a shorter read. This is essentially a second chance romance. Dr. Jackson

Evan Grace

Review: Ripple Effect by Evan Grace

Ripple Effect by Evan Grace My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is a beautiful second chance romance that will have your heart tied up in knots. Ripley and Brock’s story is not an easy one to read and at many times I wondered if