EXCERPT: Most Likely to Score

EXCERPT: Most Likely to Score

Read an excerpt from Most Likely to Score by Lauren Blakey. 

She needed a football player to step up and be the star for a charity calendar. I needed a sharp and savvy publicist to manage a brand-new sponsorship deal. I scratched her back. She scratched mine. And oh hell, did Jillian ever drag her nails down my back on one hell of a hot night. Okay fine, it was several hot nights on the road.

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REVIEW: Scandal Never Sleeps

REVIEW: Scandal Never Sleeps

Read a review of Scandal Never Sleeps by Shayla Black and Lexi Blake. 

If you’re looking for a good story that will “keep you on the edge of your seat” and love a good steamy sex scene, this is an amazing book. FYI...bet you can’t stop at just one.

Everyone is shaken to hear about the death of one of their own, Maddox. When they all come together to mourn his passing and celebrate his life, Gabe sees a striking woman across the bar is drawn to her. Now that Mad’s gone Gabe has more responsibilities than ever, but he takes the opportunity to spends the weekend at the Plaza with Eve as a temporary reprieve from life. Gabe’s life is made even more complicated when they learn that Mad’s death may not have been an accident. In an effort to uncover the truth and stay alive themselves, the group must pull together their resources and connections to find the secret Mad was trying to uncover in this steamy murder mystery.  

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EXCERPT: Bad Dad

EXCERPT: Bad Dad

Read an excerpt from Bad Dad by Sloane Howell. 

My son is my life. Nothing on earth matters but him.

Soon, I’ll have to send him out into society. The cruel machine that gnashes innocence and spits out the hollowed remains of a child’s imagination. It’s a place I know all too well, considering my past. I’ve worked hard to separate myself from it, but it looms in the back of my mind—waiting for the perfect moment to strike.

When my past wraps its tentacles around my throat and threatens to strangle the breath from my lungs, I’m given an option—fight for my family’s freedom, or die as they’re stripped away from me.

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REVIEW: Beauty and the Boss

REVIEW: Beauty and the Boss

Read a review of Beauty and the Boss by Diane Alberts. 

You should read this book if you're looking for a true love story.

Maggie may have stretched the truth when she told Benjamin's mother they were engaged, even though it is a plot, Ben is all in from the jump. But when his mother intervenes into their so fake, yet so real relationship, shit starts to hit the fan, secrets become uncovered and the test is on the two people who want this more than they realize.

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REVIEW: True

REVIEW: True

Read a review of True by Ella Frank. 

You should read this book if you're wanting a slow progression of two men’s journey to each other. Make sure you’ve read the previous books.

Tate Morrison has been taken on a roller coaster these last four years, he has been cast aside from family and learn the beauty of forgiveness. Now he's in the driver’s seat and asserting himself to create his own happily ever after.

You are invited, to the holidays with.... The Mitchells.

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REVIEW: Heart of a Cowboy

REVIEW: Heart of a Cowboy

Read a review of Heart of a Cowboy by Kristin Vayden.

This is a sweet love story about love and family and forgiveness. This is a great story for everyone.

Cyler comes home to his families Washington State ranch when he gets word that his father is dying of cancer. When he gets there he finds a smart and sassy nurse that’s in charge of his father's care. The two quickly connect in this cowboy story of forbidden love.

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REVEIW: The End Zone from Team Player

REVEIW: The End Zone from Team Player

Read a review of The End Zone from the Team Player: A Sport Romance Anthology, by LJ Shen.

If you love sport romance and wants a jam pack story but has limited time you should read this book.

Emotions run high when Sage finally goes after what he wants. He won’t stop until he makes Jolie see just how good it be when they finally cross that line. But when one of their secrets threatens what they are building Jolie and Sage must figure out if they can make it into the end zone.

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EXCERPT: Behind the Bars

EXCERPT: Behind the Bars

Read an excerpt from Behind the Bars by Brittany C. Cherry. 

Jazmine Greene was born to be a star. She is a talent triple threat she can sing, dance, and act, her mother made sure of it. Performing is her career and her first priority. Her mother even home schooled her most of her life to make sure she was able to focus. When the family finally finds some stability in New Orleans Jazmine and Ray (her step-father) convince her mom to let her enroll in school.

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REVIEW: Behind the Bars

REVIEW: Behind the Bars

Read reviews for Behind the Bars by Brittany C. Cherry. 

You should read this book if you’re a believer. If you believe that love can have a second chance, if you believe in the power of music, if you believe that you can heal after loss...you should read this book. If you want to believe...you should read this book.

Jazmine is captivated by the music of a jazz musician street performer. She quickly realizes the street performer is Elliott, a classmate of hers. Slowly the two become friends, and eventually young love, bonding over music. When Jazmine’s mother finds a career opportunity for her in London the two are separated. Can they find their way back to each other despite the distance and life altering tragedies that come their way, in this second chance romance?

 

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REVIEW: Scarred

REVIEW: Scarred

Read our reviews of Scarred by Willow Winters. 

This book is for those of us that like it when a book reaches into your chest and and squeezes your heart until it hurts. This story does get a little intense, and very real. If you’re a sensitive reader this might not be the book for you. If you’re brave enough this book will give you all the feels.

Katherine and Evan were instantly attracted to one another. Their courtship was unconventional and they grew closer by leaning on each other during hard times. After five years of marriage they’ve started to grow apart. How do you know when it’s time to fight and when enough is enough and it’s time to let go?  

 

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REVIEW: Bad Dad

REVIEW: Bad Dad

Read a review of Bad Dad by Sloane Howell.

If you like your romance to have just a little bit more, this is an awesome read for you. Also, how can you go wrong with an alpha former military/MMA hero, single dad? The answer is you don’t.

Landon and Cora don’t meet under the best circumstances. After an incident on the playground, parents are called into school and Cora finds herself acting as a referee. Sparks fly between Landon and Cora but to be together they will have to navigate some sticky social situations and deal with a mysterious past that won’t stay history.

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REVIEW: Real Dirty

REVIEW: Real Dirty

Read a review of Real Dirty by Meghan March. 

If you’re looking for a swoon worthy audiobook, Real Dirty will deliver.  

When the paparazzi start to swarm Boone’s friend and opening act Zane Frisco takes him to the perfect hiding place, the Fish Bowl. It’s a run down bar in the heart of downtown Nashville. It’s perfect because it’s quite and run by Ripley the sassy bar keep. Needless to say Boone and Ripley don’t hit it off well. When Boone tried to help the struggling bar the plan backfires and may set them down the road to closing faster than expected, and only serves to drive a wedge between Boone and Ripley.

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REVIEW: Bodyguard

REVIEW: Bodyguard

Read our review of Bodyguard by CD Reiss.

This book is an amazing story, and anyone that loves romance will love this book!

When the order of protection expires on Emily’s stalker ex-boyfriend, Darlene gets very protective. She assigns the best of her security team to look out for her best friend. Can Carter keep his attention on his job when Emily catches his eye in this forbidden love story?

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REVIEW: Damaged

REVIEW: Damaged

Read our reviews of Damaged by Willow Winters.

This book is for those of us that love a good story and don’t mind a little heartache in our romance.

Katherine and Evan were instantly attracted to one another. Their courtship was unconventional and they grew closer by leaning on each other during hard times. After five years of marriage they’ve started to grow apart. How do you know when it’s time to fight and when enough is enough and it’s time to let go?  

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REVIEW: Tate

REVIEW: Tate

Read a review of Tate by Ella Frank.

This series is for anyone interested in LGBTQ reads and loves a good, pure love story.

When Logan walks into Tate’s bar everything changes from one-night stands, to sharing a night stand. Logan finds a new side of himself, a soft and caring side, one that will do anything for Tate. Tate’s set big goals and is man enough to left his man support him. Together they make an unstoppable force, bound together by their love, they face everything that comes their way in this heart ache inducing M/M romance series.

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REVIEW: The Other Brother

REVIEW: The Other Brother

Read a review from The Other Brother by Meghan Quinn. 

This is an amazing story about pulling yourself up and overcoming and second changes. This is a book that everyone should read.

When Amelia moves back home she quickly realizes her neighbor is none other than her highschool sweetheart. The one she loved fiercely and dropped her quickly and without reason. For Aaron, Amelia will always be the one he let get away. Now she’s back but any chance of reconciliation is thwarted by the fact that she’s dating his brother. Can these two former lovers be amicable neighbors, or is there too much history in the way for this second chance romance?

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EXCERPT: A Steel Heart

EXCERPT: A Steel Heart

Read an excerpt from A Steel Heart by Amie Knight.

Five seconds.

A deafening blast. Pain. Silence.

That was all it took for an IED to end my life as I knew it. The man I was shattered in a hard wave of sound and debris that rained down on me like death itself.

And six months later, after waking up to an inescapable hell, I found myself wishing that death had found me.

Until her.

Miranda Jacobs swept into my life like a cool breeze on a smoldering day.

With her smart mouth and her ridiculous jokes, she brought me back to life one minute at a time.

Turned out time wasn’t on our side.

Five seconds.

Screams. Twisted metal. Silence.

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EXCERPT: The Other Brother

EXCERPT: The Other Brother

Read an excerpt from The Other Brother by Meghan Quinn. 

It's been three years since I'd seen Aaron Walters, and my God is he all kinds of sexy gorgeous. Figures. He was supposed to be my forever, the man I grew old with, but he had different plans. How can a man who ripped my heart apart still trip me up? How can he make me still want him now more than ever?

I’m tempted, I’m drawn toward him, I’m completely and utterly unaware that I’m dating his biological brother.

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REVIEW: A Steel Heart

REVIEW: A Steel Heart

Read a review of A Steel Heart by Amie Knight.

Everyone should read this book. This book is a message of love and hope and healing. Who doesn’t need a story about that.

Miranda and Holden are neighbors in a small complex. Everyday Miranda watches out her window as to watch her hot neighbor on his way to his workout. Then she watches him leave for at 3:00 for a daily appointment. She never speaks to him, just enjoys the view. When she decides to confront the hot neighbor for being a “butt head” to Willie boy who lives downstairs, she gets more than she bargained for.

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