Review

Review: The Proposal by Jasmine Guillory (2018)

Heat Factor: playful and hot

Character Chemistry: it sneaks up on you a little bit

Plot: fooling around…j/k this is for real

Overall: It’s a good time

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Review: The Gunslinger’s Vow by Amy Sandas (2018)

Runaway Brides, Book 1

Heat Factor: This burn is slow, but once it gets going, we’ve got a full-on conflagration

Character Chemistry: Extremely stoic men are hard to develop chemistry with, but our heroine manages it

Plot: Woman runs west to find herself, finds true love in the process

Overall: Based on the first chapter, I thought I would hate this book, but I ended up really enjoying it

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Review: Sir Loin of Beef by Vanessa Vale (2018)

Grade-A Beefcakes, Book 1

Heat Factor: Two dicks for the price of one!

Character Chemistry: She is The One. Our boners tell us so. 

Plot: Calling it a plot is a stretch.

Overall: This is an erotic romance about two men who share a woman, and leave the curtains open as they do the deed in the living room. 

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Review: Jake’s Redemption by Jamie Schulz (2019)

The Angel Eyes Series, Prequel

Heat Factor: Let’s fix your sexual trauma by having sex! 

Character Chemistry: She literally owns him.

Plot: There’s a lot going on, and also kind of nothing at all. 

Overall: Unfortunately, this book committed the cardinal sin of being not that fun.

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Review: Summer of Sunshine and Margot by Susan Mallery (2019)

Heat Factor: The two stories are vastly different–one is a slow build, one crashes and burns/rebuilds. 

Character Chemistry: I have a theory that readers will love one more than the other, and that it’s entirely about the reader

Plot: Two sisters rebuild their lives through their very different careers, meeting regularly to cheer one another on. Unsurprisingly, as they work to be their best selves they find their best matches.

Overall: It’s a really sweet duo of love stories–easy to read and enjoyable.

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