Review: “Nearly Wed” by Katie Frey

Katie Frey’s debut will captivate you right from the start. While you don’t need to read Nearly Late, the novella that introduces these characters, it’s definitely a good thing to get familiarized with them early on. These two stories follow strong women who’ve had cancer, fought the battle and won to come out on the other side and the love they find in the least expected places.

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Review: “Reckless Refuge” by Catherine Cowles

This is my first Catherine Cowles book and good lord, it was beautiful. I loved the premise of the book, but I didn’t know what I was going to experience as I went into it. The characters were so well crafted and beautiful, and the story so powerful. I loved every minute of this book because it dug deep into my heart and soul and made me feel so much for these characters.

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Review: “Off to the Races” by Elsie Silver

Elsie Silver has officially won me over with her debut novel. Off to the Races is a smart, fast paced, small town, steamy, enemies to lovers that you won’t be able to put down. From the moment you meet Billie and Vaughn, you are completely obsessed and buried in their world, because it’s so captivating.

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Review: “Could Have Been Us” by Corinne Michaels

Gah, this book was an absolute tearjerker. I cannot even put into words how many things Jack and Stella made me feel. It was so intense, there were moments when I was sure that I would just explode into tears because of the journey these characters were going on.

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Review: “Reckless” by Adriana Locke

Adriana Locke’s brand of contemporary romance is totally my thing. She writes interesting and relatable characters, dealing with complicated and heart wrenching issues and struggles, but she also adds her own magic with family love, humour, banter and incredible writing.

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Review: “You Spin Me” by Karen Grey

It’s the 80s. A time when there are no smart phones or the internet. An actress is trying to make it in theatre in Boston while struggling with her dyslexia. And a radio DJ is doing the best he can with the life he’s been handed and the scars that haunt him. And when they come together, it’s a beautiful love story.

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Review: “Southern Sinner” by Jessica Peterson

I thought I had experienced a really steamy Jessica Peterson book when I read Southern Hotshot, but in terms of steam, nothing is going to beat Southern Sinner. This book is an absolute sin and also a treat in terms of the sexual adventures that the characters go on.

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Review: “The Denial Game” by Amy Alves

So then we got The Denial Game, which is just so wonderful. I loved every minute of this story and I absolutely and completely loved Lauren and Taylor. And I loved how we finally got all our questions (yes, I know you had questions too!) about Lauren’s life and why she ended up in Landry answered. Plus, Lauren and Taylor. Guys, this book is funny, sexy, smart and so so hot.

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