Review: Silvia Violet – Down on the Farm (Ames Bridge #1)

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Reviewer: Diane
Publisher: Self-published
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Down on the Farm, a sexy, enemies-to-lovers, small town romance, is the first book in the Ames Bridge series.

After quitting his teaching job on the heels of a scandal, Beck Davis moves to the house his grandmother left him in Ames Bridge. He finds the town stifling, but it’s a quiet place to hide while he regroups. Or so he thought.

His neighbor Cal McMurtry shows up, demanding … Continue reading

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Review: A.R. Barley – Talk Bunny to Me (Hoppity Shifter #2)

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Reviewer: Diane
Publisher: MLR Press
Genre: Paranormal

Summary:

When werewolf hunter meets bunny shifter, romance is the last thing either one of them expects to find… but

Benjamin Holland is a werewolf hunter–and a pretty successful one. He’s hunting a rogue wolf in Minnesota when he trips over a bunny shifter and takes the twitchy nosed little dude back to Illinois. It’s strictly catch and release. He needs to get laid, but after getting his heart … Continue reading

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Review: Lilah Suzanne – After the Sunset

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Reviewer: Diane
Publisher: Interlude Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Caleb Harris and Ty Smith-Santos are struggling actors who have never crossed paths until their lives take a turn for the bizarre when they learn that a farm in Sunset Hollow, Washington has been bequeathed to both of them. Intent on selling the property, Caleb and Ty clear out the cluttered farmhouse, but soon find themselves falling for the charming farm nestled between two misty-topped mountains, the lonely … Continue reading

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Review: Addison Albright – Cultivating Love

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Reviewer: Natalie
Publisher: JMS Books
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

A man of few words, Joe is a hard-working farmhand who likes his simple, uncomplicated life. Ed is satisfied with his existence as an auto mechanic, but thrilled when an unexpected development in his life allows him to help Joe realize a dream.

It forces them, however, to reevaluate the casual, undefined nature of their relationship. They’re too macho to speak of love, and neither would ever dream … Continue reading

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Review: HelenKay Dimon – Dirty Deeds (The Dirty #1)

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Author: HelenKay Dimon
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Loveswept
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

No dirty deed goes unnoticed in a seductive game of cat and mouse. But for Alec and Gaige, the wrong move could get them killed.

Alec Drummond didn’t make his billions by playing nice—or by playing much at all. When it comes to pleasure, Alec only has time for whatever’s quick and easy, which is exactly what he gets from his company’s hot new computer genius. But … Continue reading

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Review: Kiernan Kelly – Seti’s Heart

51wpFmMdezL._SY346_Author: Kiernan Kelly
Reviewer: Toni
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Fantasy/Paranormal

Summary:

Cursed by the god who shares his name, Seti was an Egyptian king who lost everything; his name, his kingdom, even the man he loved more than anything in the world. For centuries he’s waited in a dusty, forgotten sarcophagus, until Logan comes along. Logan is a graduate student who stumbles on Seti in the basement of a museum and accidentally awakens him. Logan figures any … Continue reading

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Review: Caitlin Ricci – Somewhere to Belong (Thornwood #3)

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Reviewer: Toni
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Needy. Obsessive. Clingy. Twenty-five-year-old Eli Walker has heard it all. That’s why he doesn’t bother calling back the guys he’s been with anymore. Sex should be about fun, not a relationship, and no one has complained about him getting overly attached in years. If only he actually felt wanted for once instead of empty and used when guys are done with him.

Grayson Pendleton is a wealthy business … Continue reading

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Audio Review: Jay Bell – Something Like Stories: Volume Two (Something Like #8)

41BCfemx09L._SY346_Author: Jay Bell
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: Self published
Genre: Contemporary

Narrator: Kevin R. Free

Summary:
The Something Like… series is drawing to a close! Before it ends, reunite with favorite characters and meet others for the first time in this special collection of fourteen stories. Highlights include Something Like Champagne, in which Marcello searches for the truth behind a drunken vision. In Something Like Bunnies, a young Jace Holden struggles with his first crush. Ben and Tim return … Continue reading

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Review: Layla Reine – Barrel Proof (Agents Irish and Whiskey #3)

barrel proofAuthor: Layla Reine
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Carina Press
Genre: MM Thriller

Summary: FBI agents Aidan “Irish” Talley and Jameson “Whiskey” Walker can’t get a moment’s peace. Their hunt for the terrorist Renaud seems to be nearing an end, until a fire allows him to slip through their fingers—and puts Jamie’s life in danger. When Jamie is nearly killed, Aidan learns how many forms loss can take.

Aidan says I love you just moments before learning that Jamie’s been … Continue reading

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Review: Cate Ashwood – Textual Relations

Textual RelationsAuthor: Cate Ashwood
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: Mm Contemporary

Summary: Evolutionary psychology professor Henry Hathaway is ready to spend his birthday the same way he does every year: a good teeth cleaning followed by lunch with his brother. But when he receives a wrong-number text confirming the details of a date, he does what any considerate person would—he goes to meet them and explain why they’ve been stood up.

Asher Wescott hadn’t … Continue reading

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