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May 2023 Wrap Up
Here’s everything we got up to on the blog this month! Our Favorite Reads… Holly’s Choice: Alliance with His Stolen Heiress by Lydia San Andres This book is utterly bonkers and full of shenanigans—perfect for when you want a category-length read with a ton of plot. Erin’s Choice: The Problem with Perfect by Philip William…
Review: An Island Princess Starts a Scandal by Adriana Herrera (2023)
Las Leonas, Book #2 Heat Factor: It seems like there’s gonna be hanky-panky starting at the halfway point Character Chemistry: Instant connection Plot: Manuela wants to have fun. Cora wants Manuela’s land. Manuela will sell it, if Cora shows her some fun first. What’s a little bribery between lovers? Overall: I could not get into…
Review: The Problem with Perfect by Philip William Stover (2023)
Heat Factor: It’s not a slow burn, it’s a no-sex burn Character Chemistry: There were moments it could have been great, but it never really clicked Plot: Ethan keeps compounding his problems by trying too hard to make everything how it should be, and Beau opens his eyes to how he wants it to be…
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