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Review: Rafe: A Buff Male Nanny by Rebekah Weatherspoon (2018)

Loose Ends, Book 1

Heat Factor: Thinking about sex, talking about sex, having sex. Sexytimes abound!

Character Chemistry: You can’t help but have chemistry with Rafe, because he is the Perfect Man

Plot: My nanny is so hot! Let’s do this!

Overall: It’s sexy and smart and political and I wish I loved it more than I did

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Review: Never Deny a Duke by Madeline Hunter (2019)

Decadent Dukes Society, Book #3

Review of Decadent Dukes Society Book 1, Book 2

Heat Factor: Understated but present

Character Chemistry: Also understated but believable

Plot: Exploration of the past helps us grow into our future

Overall: Sometimes subtlety is satisfying

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Review: A Devil of a Duke by Madeline Hunter (2018)

Decadent Dukes Society, Book #2

Review of Decadent Dukes Society, Book 1

Heat Factor: Too. Much. Sex.

Character Chemistry: Does a relationship based on a lack of respect for boundaries and too much physicality ever work?

Plot: Honest thief meets horny duke

Overall: I cannot with the seducer / don’t want to be seduced dynamic

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Review: Then Came You by Kate Meader (2019)

Laws of Attraction, Book 3

Heat Factor: Orgasm central!

Character Chemistry: Irreconcilable emotional differences plus banging sexual compatibility

Plot: Divorced divorce lawyers take a road trip and rehash the demise of their marriage

Overall: Less light-hearted than expected, but still a rewarding read

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Review: Dukes Prefer Blondes by Loretta Chase (2015)

The Dressmakers Series, Book #4

Heat Factor: Emotional heat > sexual heat

Character Chemistry: Absolutely

Plot: An unequal match to fight for and a dastardly villain to fight against

Overall: This one might be a guilty pleasure

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