Recommended Read, Review

Review: A Good Man by Rosanna Leo (2020)

Handymen, Book 1

Heat Factor: Steamy, but also very vulnerable and sweet

Character Chemistry: “Hello, I’m–SO INTO YOU”

Plot: Handyman/DIY Reality Star Michael almost immediately pegs his new featured couple as being half repulsive/shady and half his future wife. But while Emily leans on Michael to recover from the dumpster fire that was her ex, Michael ends up struggling with a secret trauma that threatens to torch his life and budding relationship.

Overall: This book was really, really awesome. I love a couple who knows how to take care of one another when they’re vulnerable!

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Review: Strong Enough by Cardeno C. (2013)

Family Collection, Book 2

Review of Family Collection, Book 4

Heat Factor: There is so much sex, but it’s so emotional.

Character Chemistry: It’s instant but also nurturing.

Plot: Young, assertive electrician ogles older professor, who ogles him back, thinking that’s the sum of the relationship. But young, assertive electrician has other ideas.

Overall: This book is so low key and so snuggly.

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Review: Avalon’s Last Knight by Jackson C. Garton (2020)

Heat Factor: There is sex once, but it doesn’t really stand out against everything else going on

Character Chemistry: They’re soulmates because they’re actually Lancelot and Arthur. Ish.

Plot: Really too much to summarize here

Overall: Whaaaaaat

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Review: Braking Hard by Gloria Joynt-Lang (2020)

Storm Harbor, Book 1

Heat Factor: Nothing too explicit, but the slow build up means the sexual tension is really palpable.

Character Chemistry: They bond over their love of muscle cars. 

Plot: Gage and Eden are both struggling when Eden takes a job working at Gage’s garage. Sparks fly, but Eden definitely doesn’t want to bang her boss. Also, Gage has ADHD.

Overall: There are some interesting things going on in this book, but the different pieces don’t feel well-integrated. 

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Review: Heidi’s Guide to Four Letter Words by Tara Sivec and Andi Arndt (2019)

Heat Factor: Primarily present to contribute to hilarity

Character Chemistry: Brent is a cinnamon roll and Heidi is a delightful mess

Plot: Shy woman accidentally begins journey of self-discovery after drinking too much wine and starting a podcast.

Overall: I die.

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