REVIEW: Big Rock

REVIEW: Big Rock

Read a review of Big Rock by Lauren Blakely.

This just might be the funniest book I’ve read. This story is told exclusively from Spencer’s point of view, and that was the best decision ever. I absolutely love the way Spencer’s mind works. It’s completely backwards from the way a woman would think, and not always the way I would expect a man to think. If you are looking for something light and funny, this books is perfect.

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REVIEW: Play Dirty

REVIEW: Play Dirty

Read a review of the full length stand alone Play Dirty by Jessie K. 

I reviewed Book One of Play Dirty several months ago and absolutely loved it. I love Jessie K’s writing style. I loved the story. It felt so real and relatable. As expected, the characters continued to be interesting with a dynamic plot. Book two however provided an unexpected twist. The relationship between a high school girl and a 30 year old teacher was an uncomfortable scenario for me. I understand that there is technically nothing wrong with the scenario. She is 18 which makes it taboo and not illegal, but it still gives me the bad touch feeling. Even though Jesse K’s writing is still impeccable, this one taboo changed the tone of the story for me.

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CHAPTER REVEAL: Cadence

CHAPTER REVEAL: Cadence

Read an excerpt of Lisa Swallow's Cadence.

Tegan Hughes is taking a year out and has her sights set on touring Europe with her big brother’s band. Blue Phoenix drummer, Bryn isn’t happy when his sister arrives unannounced at his hotel in Lisbon, but Tegan isn’t the type of person to take no as an answer.

With her big brother breathing down their necks, Jax and Tegan attempt to keep a handle on their growing attraction but that proves harder than they thought. Jax is used to getting whoever and whatever he wants and after kissing Tegan once, he knows one thing…he wants more.

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REVIEW: Dark Wild Night

REVIEW: Dark Wild Night

After falling in love with the stories of Mia and Ansel (Sweet Filthy Boy), Harlow and Fin (Dirty Rowdy Thing), I couldn't wait to catch up with the gang again. The witty banter and their gallantry to not shy away from the intimate moments, kept me up until the small hours, devouring their words. I love, love, love this book. I love Loliver (Lola + Oliver) and the rest of the Wild Seasons crew.  

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