Review: “A Fate of Wrath & Flame” by KA Tucker

I love the setting and everything that goes with this story. It’s a combination of present day New York setting and a fantasy world where gods, monsters and magic lurks in every corner. And once you get reading this book, you’re absolutely hooked and you’re going to be buried in this magical world.

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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: “Hard to Lose” by K. Bromberg

Unlike most people reading K. Bromberg, I am mostly new to her books, but I am completely and entirely in love with the Play Hard series, the strong women and their love for sports meeting delicious men who play said sports and the relationships they form.

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Review: “Return to Us” by Corinne Michaels

Her stories are so beautifully crafted, her characters are well thought out and complex and her plots are so captivating. I was hooked to Jessica and Grayson’s story from the minute we’re introduced to them and I loved watching them fall in love too.

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Review: “Close Quarters” by Kandi Steiner

When it comes to Kandi Steiner’s books, one thing that I’m always certain I’m going to feel is a sense of being transported to another place. Her descriptions and settings are always so beautifully written that you are no longer on your couch with your kindle and your fingers coated in Cheetos dust.

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Review: “The Bluff” by Willa Nash

In The Bluff, we not only get the most intense and delicious steam I’ve read this year, but also a fake relationship and a marriage of convenience and a grumpy/sunshine pairing. And oh man, it’s all so damn good and I love how beautifully this story was crafted.

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Review: Southern Hotshot

It’s not just the details of the place these characters inhabit, it’s the little details that stick with you. There’s food, wine, clothes, weather and moods – and Jessica Peterson nails every single minute of this book with precision and magic.

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