Genre: Contemporary

[Review] Rule by Jay Crownover

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16 July
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I feel like this book has been on the top of to read pile for a while now. I don’t know why I didn’t pick it up. I am glad I did because in the end I liked it and I know there will be more men from the Marked series in my future.     Rule was a little hard for me to get into at first but I think that was because I picked up this book trying to get over a book hangover from the book I had just read. Once I got into this book and… Read more »

[Review] Jesse’s Girl by Miranda Kenneally

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09 July
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If you are like me and already a fan of Miranda Kenneally then you know that her books are super cute romances about following the heart and making dreams come true. With that being said I really liked Jesse’s girl. What is there not to like about a sexy country music super star that sings songs about riding around on his big tractor?     I really liked this book because it was an easy breezy read. I sat down and the book in less than five hours. The book has a super cheesy plot line but somehow it works…. Read more »

[Review] Kaleidoscope Hearts by Claire Contreras

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02 July
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First let me say that I got this book out of my very first subscription box from The Bookworm Box. The Bookworm Box is a book subscription box that you order and receive once a month. The Bookworm Box was started by Colleen Hoover and other awesome people. The most awesome thing about The Bookworm Box is that all the proceeds after overhead costs go the charity of the month. When I heard about this book box I knew I had to sign up. The box is usually made up of adult contemporary romance novels. If that is not your… Read more »

[ARC Review] A Million Miles Away by Lara Avery

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28 June
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I liked parts of this book but there were parts I didn’t like. It wasn’t the best book I have read or the worst. It was just okay. I think I was just looking for something a little bit more. I am giving A Million Miles Away three stars and it was just a meh and shrug kind of book.     I know I am going to say this and shocker when I say it but I wish there was a bit more angst. A bit more drama. The girl pretended to be her dead twin sister for almost… Read more »

[ARC Review] Ride Steady by Kristen Ashley

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25 June
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I liked the other Chaos books. I freaking loved this book!!!  This review is going to be short and sweet because otherwise it will be nothing but a jumbled mess of my love for this book.  I am giving this book five stars because I want to sing its praises. Ride Steady became a favorite because it is so sweet and genuine. I loved the relationship between Carissa and Joker. He could have gone down a bad road growing up with a dad that abused him and it took a couple of years but he got his act together joined one of the good… Read more »

[ARC Review] Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone

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18 June
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I loved Every Last Word! This book was one of those reads that put me through the feels ringer and I loved every minute of it. I cried, I smiled, and I cheered. I was just going to read a couple of chapters on Sunday but before I knew it was three p.m. and I had read the entire book. It was just that good that I could not put it down. Now I am about to explain why I liked this book and there might be spoilers. I don’t want to put any down but I can’t explain some… Read more »

[Arc Review] Ruthless by Carolyn Lee Adams

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17 June
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“I’m not going to be raped. I’m not going to be murdered. I’m going to bring him to justice so this never happens to anyone else. I’m not going to think like a victim. I’m going to think like a winner. Because that’s what I am. I’m Ruthless, by God, and I need to act like it.” I read this book whimsically, not sure what I was going to get into. The premise seemed sound, but a young adult, dark, gritty thriller? I assumed that it would be lacking. It wasn’t. I sat down and read it straight through, but… Read more »

[Review] The Mistake by Elle Kennedy

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14 June
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I read this book in one day because I liked it so much. I liked the humor, the heart break and, of course, the sizzling chemistry this book has to offer. I like when big sexy confident athletes give the babbling sometimes socially awkward girl a chance. There is something to be said for a guy that smiles and laughs when a girl is babbling about charming serial killers in the first five minutes of meeting him. I like a guy that will jump through some major hoops like writing a love poem, taking a sexy pic on red velvet… Read more »

[ARC Review] The Marriage Contract by Katee Robert

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04 June
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This book took a little while for me to get into the story. In the end, I ended up liking this book. I have come to realize after reading The Marriage Contract is that I am becoming a fan of Katee Robert. I like her style of gritty action, hot sexy fun times, and humor. While I may not have connected to Callie and Teague right away, I did like the side characters. The Marriage Contract is about two people tied to the mob underworld in Boston. Callie Sheridan thinks she is just going to the strip club to check… Read more »

[ARC Review] Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway

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31 May
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When I finished this book it was with thoughts of hope. I think that is what I liked best about this book, because it was about hope. Hope that Oliver would come back after being kidnapped by his dad. Hope for Emmy because she wanted her parents let go and let her live her life. Hope that everyone could be able to, after ten years, move past something so terrible. Emmy & Oliver is about two teens that reconnect and find love after one of them, Oliver, is kidnapped. Everyone expects Oliver to just fall right back in with his… Read more »