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Review: Don’t Let Go by Sharla Lovelace

Review: Don’t Let Go by Sharla Lovelace

21900011Don’t Let Go by Sharla Lovelace
Contemporary Romance/Women’s Fiction
E book, 301 pages
April 15, 2014
Beyond The Page

Reviewed by Tori

Favorite Quote: “We’re all mad here.”

Some Spoilers below

Fans of Rachel Gibson are sure to enjoy Sharla Lovelace’s newest release-Don’t Let Go. An appealing mixture of humor and heartbreak, Ms. Lovelace writes a poignant contemporary of lost love and second…

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Take My Books – April!

Take My Books – April!

Let’s do it.

SET #1


Turned by Virna DePaul
Waiting on You by Kristan Higgins
Rules of Entanglement by Gina L Maxwell
Twisted by Emma Chase

Set #2

Between the Devil and Ian Eversea by Julie Anne Long
Wallflower Gone Wild by Maya Rodale
The Wicked Widow Meets her Match by Stefanie Sloane
Otherwise Engaged by Amanda Quick

SET #3

The Idea of Him by Holly Peterson
Far Gone…

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Love in Straight Sets

Love in Straight Sets

loveinstraightsetsLove in Straight Sets by Rebecca Crowley
Contemporary Romance
Released: April 14, 2014
Carina Press

Reviewed by Mandi

This book features a very insecure heroine who is unlikable in my opinion. I tried to feel for her and her insecurities, but I never truly got there. Regan Hunter has worked hard and mostly on her own to make it to the professional tennis level. She is a star, and known for pushing…

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Review: Unfixable by Tessa Bailey

Review: Unfixable by Tessa Bailey

unfixableUnfixable by Tessa Bailey
Released: April 14, 2014
New Adult

Reviewed by Mandi

I believe this is Tessa Bailey’s first foray into the New Adult genre. I’ve enjoyed the heck out of her previous books, yet I have to say I had a little bit of a frowny face when I heard this would be a new adult. I was hoping this wouldn’t fall into the typical angsty/moody category, but it did. If you are a…

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Review: Spencer by JP Barnaby

Review: Spencer by JP Barnaby

spencerSpencer by J.P. Barnaby (Survivor Stories #3)
M/M Romance
March 21, 2014

Reviewed by Helyce

I remember thinking at the end of the first book, Aaron, that the author left things so open-ended that a sequel must be planned so when I happened upon Spencer I had to read it.  In the first book, the focus is on Aaron and the aftermath of the brutal attack on him and his friend Juliette,…

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Review: Grimm Consequences by Kate SeRine

Review: Grimm Consequences by Kate SeRine

18221176Grimm Consequences (Transplanted Tales, #1.5) by Kate SeRine
Paranormal Romance
E book, 100 pages
April 17, 2014

Reviewed by Tori

Nate Grimm has a dark tormented past but hides it well using his magic and some misdirection. Now the lead detective for the Fairytale Management Authority and dating Tess Little, Nate wants to keep his past hidden. But someone from his past wants Nate to…

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Review: I Survived Seattle by J.K. Hogan

Review: I Survived Seattle by J.K. Hogan

21417120I Survived Seattle (Coming About, #1) by J.K. Hogan
Romance Contemporary, M/M
E book, 161 pages
March 19, 2014
Wilde City Press

Reviewed by Tori

Justice Crawford has many problems. As a severely closeted gay southern man with a debilitating anxiety disorder, Justice knows his trip to Seattle for his best friends wedding is asking for trouble. Disowned by his family and unable to come out to his…

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Review: Rising Assets by Rebecca Zanetti

Review: Rising Assets by Rebecca Zanetti

rising assetsRising Assets by Rebecca Zanetti (Maverick Montana  #3)
Contemporary Romance
March 31, 2014

Reviewed by Helyce

Goodreads Blurb:  Melanie Jacobs is in trouble. With three jobs—including running her ranch—and dwindling funds, she’s exhausted. Not to mention desperately trying to hide a secret. Unfortunately, her best friend Colton Freeze knows all too well that’s something is going…

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Smex Scene Sunday


HEROINE: Lily. College student. Sweet, shy, & submissive.

HERO: Shade. An enforcer for The Last Riders. He has waited years to claim Lily and he will wait no more.

“Lily, we aren’t finished. Come here.”

She let out a sigh. Yeah, now she remembered. There had been one issue he had saved for last. She started to go back to her corner but didn’t want to appear churlish. Instead, she walked back…

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