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The Manwhore series was my first Katy Evans experience, and it made me an insta-fan. I loved every single story from this series of stanalones. I am excited to return.
Full Review to come on Tuesday
A brand new contemporary romance from New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author Katy Evans.
It started as a game.
We flirted. We played. Most importantly—we won.
Then I discovered who he was: Gambler. Famous playboy. Silver-eyed player who never plays to lose…
And my best friend’s soon-to-be brother in law, Cullen Carmichael.
He needed a good luck charm, I needed a distraction.
So we made a gamble and set off for Vegas—but pretty soon—I was in too deep.
My heart, soul, and body weren’t supposed to be part of the deal.
But somewhere between big wins and long nights, my house of cards started to tumble.
What was this devil with those piercing eyes doing to me?
I’d given up on love, but the wicked, all-in Cullen Carmichael was upping the ante and wouldn’t stop until he’d won it all.
The angst level on this way seems like it is going to be through the roof. Plus, I absolutely adore all things that Kate Stewart writes. Whether it is drama or rom-com, she always delivers a well written romance that sweeps me off my feet.
Full review to come Tuesday.
The first time I met Ian Kemp in the sparkling blue waters of St. Thomas, I was six years old and we shared a summer beneath the stars.
The second time I met Ian Kemp, he was a shell of the boy I once knew. Turbulent and infuriating, he refused my friendship at every turn. Like me, he was a casualty of life’s cruelty, but we were planets apart.
We’d both sought refuge on the island, hoping to find our anchor. Instead, we found each other and managed to reclaim our stars…until we both got swept away.
He thought I wanted it, but my only wish had been for him to leave me alone.
Then one afternoon, he stole my first kiss.
Despite all he’d done, everything changed after that.As the years passed, our hearts thawed, and he no longer hated me.
In fact, he loved me enough to make me his wife.
Until I ruined everything with one stupid mistake.That hatred returned in the form of cruel words and even crueler deeds.
But we weren’t kids anymore.
I could handle his brand of venom.
He would be mine again, even if it cost me the remains of my heart.
Warning: contains cheating and an anti-hero who might make you throw your kindle.
B.B. Reid has created a captivating world with characters so captivating readers won’t be able to put the book down. Plus, the sexual and hate filled tension between Ever and Four is tangible, permeating the air and heating up kindles all over. This is a must read.
Full review to come this week.
Borrow the bike. Win the race. Collect the cash. It should’ve been an easy job. Ran out of town with a broken leg and a lawsuit, my mother’s latest flame swoops in like a knight in gilded armor. Blackwood Keep is a place I don’t belong, and I’m not the only one who knows. To the boy across the hall, my savior’s only son, I’m a stray looking for a bone.
He’s lord of the manor.
King of the academy.
And number one on my shit list.
I have no intentions of becoming a happy family with the social climber and her wild daughter. A bottle of Jameson and a cracked skull gets my problem shipped to reform school, but I didn’t bank on her returning.
Four’s out to get even, and she almost had the perfect plan: expose the privileged kid moonlighting as a gangbanger. She’s smart, but she’ll have to be smarter. Sending her away won’t be good enough this time. I’m going to have to tame the little troublemaker. To the girl across the hall, the one without a name, I’m nothing without my silver spoon.
She’s lady of the trailer park.
Queen of the swamps.
And my new favorite pastime.
The Peer and the Puppet is the first standalone in the When Rivals Play series, however, it is strongly recommended you tune in for the rest of the series.
I couldn’t be happier with the ending of the Harris era that Amy Daws has written, and yet there is a void, a piece of my heart that has been carved into a Harris brother shape that I fear will never ever be repaired. The conclusion to the series is the BEST I have ever read for any series EVER.
If you haven’t met the Harris Brother series, they can be read as standalones!
Full review to come on Thursday.
To dominate one’s heart is to truly be free.
The anticipated conclusion to The Final Harris Brother Duet.
After the harrowing attack against Gareth and Sloan, there are more than just physical wounds that must be healed.
Recovering and moving on from their dark pasts is the only way they can truly find their bright futures.
Who will surrender? And who will dominate?