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[DNF Review] Break Down by Rebecca Norrine

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23 February
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I think as I get older I just don’t have time to power through books I personally don’t like. I usually don’t write a review for a book I decided not to finish. But, I read the blurb of Break Down thought that I would love it and accepted a review copy. I feel like I owe it to Break Down to review the half of the book I did read. Break Down is a male/male romance about a rugby player, named Liam, and the hot chef, named Lachlan, who steals his heart. I have not read a lot of… Read more »

[Review] Judgment Road by Christine Feehan

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01 February
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I went into Judgment Road super excited because it had two things I like: written by Christine Feehan and it was a motorcycle club romance. Unfortunately, I think in the end it Judgment Road was just an okay read.  I understand some of the themes of a MC romance are going to remain the same for all book like alpha males and slang lingo. I was hoping for something different and this just felt like a rinse and repeat of every other MC romance I have read. I liked the paranormal twist of Judgment Road. It wasn’t enough to really… Read more »

[ARC Review] HANGRY by Lily Kate

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  Title: Hangry Author: Lily Kate Genre: Contemporary Romance About Hangry: han·gry adjective informal bad-tempered or irritable as a result of hunger.   Ladies & Gents, I sold my soul for a hamburger. And I have no regrets. When a girl is trapped indefinitely in an elevator with a smoking hot burger and an empty stomach, even the strongest of women will crumble. The story goes like this: Bradley Hamilton, the most frustrating human alive, offered me half of his hamburger in exchange for a date. I took him up on the offer—while under duress—and now I’m stuck with the… Read more »

[ARC Review] The Fortunate Ones by R.S. Grey

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01 November
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I thought this book was going to be a romantic comedy.  Some sweet sexy fluffy romance that I would fly right through, you know brain candy.  For some people that is probably exactly what this story was for them.  For me, though this was a classic case of: it’s not you it’s me.  Because, in the end there was way too much angst for a story that is advertised as a romantic comedy.  Once I got over my initial disappointment, I actually liked The Fortunate Ones.  This story ended up being a decent read.  Not bad, not great, but not a waste of time either.  , The story starts off with Brooke a… Read more »

[Blitz] MOST OF ALL YOU by Mia Sheridan

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ABOUT THE BOOK MOST OF ALL YOU by Mia Sheridan On sale: October 17, 2017 | Forever | Trade Paperback: $14.99 | eBook: $4.99 SUMMARY “Heartbreaking…inspiring, uplifting and raw…” ― RT Book Reviews, A 5-star Gold Pick  A broken woman . . .  Crystal learned long ago that love brings only pain. Feeling nothing at all is far better than being hurt again. She guards her wounded heart behind a hard exterior and carries within her a deep mistrust of men, who, in her experience, have only ever used and taken. A man in need of help . . …. Read more »

[Release Tour and Review] THE GHOSTWRITER by Alessandra Torre

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The Ghostwriter By Alessandra Torre Genre: Psychological Suspense / General Fiction Standalone, 316 pages   SYNOPSIS: I have three months to write the last book of my life. Three months to confess the details of that day, and how it changed everything for me. My name is Helena Ross. I’ve written fifteen romance novels, ten of which have become international bestsellers. But this one isn’t a romance. This novel holds only the truth, which I have run away from for four years. The truth, which I have hidden from the police, from my loved ones, from the world. This final… Read more »

[Review] Going Dark by Monica McCarty

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21 September
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What can I say about Going Dark after finally getting through it? Well, Going Dark is not a bad story but it definitely wasn’t a fantastic story.  Going Dark was just an okay story. It is one of those military A-Team type stories I have read quite a few times. A platoon goes missing or is blamed when something goes on a mission. In the case of Going Dark it is they go “missing” and it is assumed they were all killed in action. All is not right on the mission and the survivors must go into hiding. So, Dean… Read more »

[Review] Fallen Heir by Erin Watt

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07 September
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*Warning* This review does not have any Fallen Heir spoilers but does contain some spoilers regarding the first three book in the Royals series.     Don’t hate me but Easton is not my favorite Royal.   I think Reed and Ella are and always be my favorite characters. I have always thought Easton was a self-absorbed entitled jerk. Sure, he connected with Ella and became someone she could trust and a brother she never had. But, Easton has addiction issues that stem from mental health issues. He needs professional help. I am not saying that as a negative thing…. Read more »

[Blog Tour/ARC Review] So I Married a Sorceerer by Kerrelyn Sparks

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So I Married a Sorcerer The Embraced Series By Kerrelyn Sparks Kerrelyn Sparks is no stranger to the New York Times bestseller list, as her massive fan base couldn’t seem to get enough of her Love at Stake series. Sparks then introduced her extraordinary fantasy romance series, The Embraced, with How to Tame a Beast in Seven Days last March. Set in a medieval mythical world, the series follows a special group of people with powers born when the two moons of the world form an eclipse. Now comes the captivating second installment, SO I MARRIED A SORCERER (St. Martin’s… Read more »

[Review] A Seal’s Courage by J.M. Stewart

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13 July
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A Seal’s Courage is a story about a wounded ex-Navy Seal finding the courage to open his heart and love again. Trent is so scared to love again because his ex-wife couldn’t deal with the man he had become after he came home from war. Tragedy changes a person. I could only imagine what kind of mental and physical changes can occur after a tragedy in a war zone. There are the kind of scars that you can see and the kind of scars you can’t see. Sometimes the scars a person can’t see are the ones that never truly… Read more »