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Review: Offside by Shay Savage

Review: Offside by Shay Savage

22754691Offside by Shay Savage
YA Mature/Contemporary Romance
E book
August 3, 2014
Self Published

Reviewed by Tori

Favorite Quote: “All the worlds a stage…”

Offside-Law 11-Players in an offside position when the ball is touched or played by a teammate, may not become actively involved in the play.

I enjoy Savage’s works. Though her stories are publicly acknowledged fan-fic, they are enjoyable. My first…

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Review: Losing Streak by Kristine Wyllys

Review: Losing Streak by Kristine Wyllys

losingstreakLosing Streak by Kristine Wyllys (The Lane #2)
Released: September 22, 2014
Contemporary Romance
Carina Press

Reviewed by Mandi

The first 20% of this book had me hooked. Rosemary (Rosie) Young is a bartender on The Lane, a poorer area where she has lived and worked her entire life. Rosie is an angry person, for good reason. Her mother has advanced cancer and it’s very hard on Rosie to scrape…

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Review: Taking Control by Jen Frederick

Review: Taking Control by Jen Frederick

21936001Taking Control (Kerr Chronicles, #2) by Jen Frederick
Erotic Romance Contemporary
Ebook, 280 pages
September 2, 2014
Self Published

Reviewed by Tori

Favorite Quote: What does he see in you?”  “I give really good head.”

Taking Controlis the second book in Jen Frederick’s Kerr Chronicles. An erotic suspenseful romance series that introduced us to two protagonists who meet by a twist of fate and…

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Smex Scene Sunday

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Hero: Drew. College football superstar. All around great guy (seriously one of the best heroes I’ve read in a long time)

Heroine: Anna. Not sure if she wants to fall for the star quarterback. But damn those pesky romance feelings.

“Some games are tougher than others. This one was a bitch.”

My throat hurts. There’s a black bruise just above his hipbone. I touch it with the very tip of my…

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Smexy’s Top Ten - September 19th

Smexy’s Top Ten – September 19th

iphone10. I’ll blog until my phone arrives in the mail. And then I’ll forget all about you.

voyage9. Amazon has announced a new Kindle! The Kindle Voyage is the first e-reader to feature a flush glass front. It also has buttons on the side to turn the page, or you can still touch the screen like the Paperwhite. I’m happy for these buttons because touching the paperwhite’s screen isn’t always that…

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Review: Black Rook by Kelly Meade

Review: Black Rook by Kelly Meade

20741155Black Rook (Cornerstone Run Trilogy, #1) by Kelly Meade
Urban Fantasy
E book/Novel
July 15, 2014
Intermix

Reviewed by Tori

Favorite Quote: “The Little Magus Who Could.”

Brynn Atwood, a low level magus, has come to Cornerstone Run to circumvent a vision she had of her father’s death. An embarrassment to her father, a high level Magus, and the Magi council, Brynn figures that she can prove herself…

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Review: Private Politics by Emma Barry

Review: Private Politics by Emma Barry

private politicsPrivate Politics by Emma Barry (The Easy Part #2)
Released: September 8, 2014
Contemporary Romance
Carina Press

Reviewed by Mandi

Last year I read and enjoyed Special Interestsby Emma Barry and was excited to see she had another book coming out revolving around DC politics. Now, before you scrunch your nose and tell me you don’t want to read about our lovely government, let me tell you – Emma…

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When the Lights Go Down

When the Lights Go Down

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Harlequin Contemporary Boxed Set #3
Released: September 1, 2014
Contemporary Romance
Harlequin

Reviewed by Mandi

Note: I’m only reviewing two of the four stories in this set. I believe each story will be sold separately sometime in the future.

When the Lights go Down by Amy Jo Cousins

Maxie Tyler is Chicago’s toughest stage manager. Her latest gig is just the break she needs, and she’s not…

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Review: The Unsuitable Secretary by Maggie Robinson

Review: The Unsuitable Secretary by Maggie Robinson

unsuitableThe Unsuitable Secretary by Maggie Robinson (Ladies Unlaced #4)
Released: September 16, 2014
Historical Romance
Penguin

Reviewed by Mandi

Harriet “Harry” Benson has to supplement her father’s banking income to make sure her father has enough income to support her two younger brothers. After having surgery to remove her appendix, Harry needs time to recover and can’t quite keep up with her…

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