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Review: Trust Fund Fiancé by Naima Simone (2020)

Texas Cattleman’s Club: Rags to Riches, #4

Heat Factor: Deliciously steamy and well written

Character Chemistry: He’s the only one who supports her

Plot: Soapy nonsense

Overall: I would say your enjoyment of this book is pretty dependent on your tolerance for messy protagonists. 

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Review: Secret Crush Seduction by Jayci Lee (2020)

Heirs of Hansol, Book 2.

Review of Heirs of Hansol, Book 1

Heat Factor: Pretty steamy.

Character Chemistry: Since it started in childhood it’s had a long time to build.

Plot: Adelaide is desperate to regain her family’s respect, in no small part because she’s driven to work for the family company. To regain their respect, she ropes her brother’s best friend, Michael, into helping her pull off an event that will put her back on the map. But then…stuff happens.

Overall: This was a steamy, fun read but I definitely think it needs to be read as a series.

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Review: Strictly Come Dating by Kathryn Freeman (2020)

Heat Factor: More of a Viennese Waltz than a Tango

Character Chemistry: I liked that they didn’t try to fight it

Plot: He’s a 27-yo free spirit, she’s a 37/38-yo obsessed with structure, so of course forced proximity leads to a “fling”

Overall: I was mostly able to let go of people being messy and enjoy a charming romance, but there were some latent value judgements I didn’t like

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Review: From Lukov with Love by Mariana Zapata (2018)

Heat Factor: slooooooooooooow burn

Character Chemistry: sparking constantly

Plot: Pairs figure skating team antagonizes each other into a HEA

Overall: low drama, satisfying slow burn

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Review: Chaos & the Geek by Elizabeth Stevens (2020)

Grace Grayson Security, Book #1

Heat Factor: Pretty tame for open door sexytimes

Character Chemistry: Obviously living with the person you haven’t been able to talk to for years will result in everything resolving into a HEA because forced proximity

Plot: Pretty classic best friend’s sibling

Overall: There were some really good things and some things I wished hadn’t been there

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