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Review: Silent Threat by Dana Marton (2018)

Mission Recovery, Book 1

Heat Factor: Lots of longing and a bit of steam

Character Chemistry: Opposites attract

Plot: There is a bad dude doing bad dude stuff

Overall: Recommended!

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Review: Unmask Me If You Can by Shana Galen (2019)

The Survivors, Book 4

Reviews of other books in The Survivors Series: Book 1, Book 2, and Book 3

Heat Factor: Yowza

Character Chemistry: The lack of emotional crazypants nonsense was quite satisfying

Plot: There were probably 4 sub-plots, so it was a lot

Overall: I liked this one

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Review: The Most Dangerous Duke in London by Madeline Hunter (2017)

Decadent Dukes, Book 1

Heat Factor: Whew…Let me put down this fan…

Character Chemistry: I am buying what Hunter is selling

Plot: Family feud, revenge, romance

Overall: yessssssssssss

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Review: The Girl with the Make-Believe Husband by Julia Quinn (2017)

Rokesby Series, Book 2

Review of Rokesby Series, Book 1

Heat Factor: Not a lot, but what there is sure is something

Character Chemistry: There’s nothing like crushing guilt and lies to build a relationship, but they do a mighty fine job of it

Plot: How does one get out of a moment-of-insanity fake marriage? Double down, of course!

Overall: The premise of this book is bonkers, but it’s still delightful

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Review: The Pilot and the Puck-Up by Pippa Grant (2018)

Heat Factor: Men who like strong women = sexy.

Character Chemistry: Instantaneous, but with near-constant fails. It’s sublime.

Plot: Absolutely badass female zero-gravity pilot and business owner meets a gigantic professional hockey player. Competition commences. Plot twist: she beats him at EVERYTHING and it never occurs to him that his masculinity could be threatened by that

Overall: It’s refreshing, it’s hilarious, it’s riveting, and it’s going to make you think about gender roles (but in a genuinely subtle, sexy way)

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