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Review: Thank You, Chlamydia by K. A. Berg (2019)

Heat Factor: It’s pretty hot. Except for the chlamydia. Chlamydia is not hot. 

Character Chemistry: He fills her, pussy and heart (which might be one of my favorite lines EVER)

Plot: Chlamydia brings people together

Overall: Undeniably fun

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Review: Recipe for Persuasion by Sonali Dev (2020)

The Rajes, Book 2

Review of The Rajes, Book 1

Heat Factor: Fade to black

Character Chemistry: Swoon-worthy

Plot: Ashna enters a cooking competition in a bid to save her floundering restaurant, only to discover that her competition partner is her high school boyfriend slash love of her life. 

Overall: If you can power through the angst, the payoff is so worth it

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Review: Nothing to Fear by Juno Rushdan (2019)

Final Hour Series, Book 2

Reviews of Final Hour Prequel; Final Hour Book 1

Heat Factor: Sex on a boat! Not super explicit after the first time.

Character Chemistry: Loved these two together

Plot: Field operative can’t keep his eyes off quiet analyst…and then she’s framed as the mole!

Overall: I avoided doing anything on a Sunday in favor of reading this whole book at once.

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Review: Every Last Breath by Juno Rushdan (2019)

Final Hour Series, Book 1

Erin’s review of the Final Hour Prequel Novella

Heat Factor: I’m just gonna go grab that fan over there…

Character Chemistry: They’re so angsty about each other! SECOND CHANCE ROMANCE AAARGH!

Plot: “I’ve got to stop a bioweapon from being unleashed and, what do you know, I need to use the ex-fiancé I thought was dead in order to do it!”

Overall: This book is what romantic suspense should always be.

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Review: Date Me, Bryson Keller by Kevin van Whye (2020)

Heat Factor: So pure. Like, shy first kisses pure.

Character Chemistry: Off the charts. 

Plot: Teen boy has no interest in dating, is dared by his peers to date anyone who asks. Other teen boy asks.

Overall: I am dying of the sweetness.

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