Recommended Read, Review

Review: Swing Batter Swing by Zaida Polanco (2018)

Heat Factor: Very very hot. There’s some Mile-High Club stuff that happens. 

Character Chemistry: Flirty.

Plot: Boss and assistant fight their desire for each other. And then give in to it.  

Overall: I enjoyed myself immensely.

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Review: Etched in Stone by Liv Arnold (2020)

Invested in You, Book #1

Heat Factor:

Character Chemistry: The meet cute was a great setup, but it didn’t pull through for the story.

Plot: Overblown

Overall: I was constantly cringing.

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Review: Between Friends by Elsa Miles (2019)

Old School Romance, Book #1

Heat Factor: It’s that “I can’t resist anymore – wait, how did we end up plastered to your door with my skirt around my hips?” kind of thing.

Character Chemistry: On the one hand, they’re magnetic to each other; on the other hand, he doesn’t treat her well. 

Plot: I saw my best friend naked and now I’m having all these FEELINGS.

Overall: It worked for me, but it definitely isn’t going to be for everyone.

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Review: A Cowboy to Remember by Rebekah Weatherspoon (2020)

Cowboys of California, Book #1

Heat Factor: Definitely not closed door, but I wouldn’t say explicit either

Character Chemistry: I’m going to have to quit reading second chance romance because the “I’m so sexually attracted to you but I really can’t get over my emotional baggage” just does not work for me.

Plot: see above but toss in a healthy dose of amnesia

Overall: I’m not sure emotional maturity is a good fit for a second chance romance

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Review: Temporary Wife Temptation by Jayci Lee (2020)

Heirs of Hansol, Book 1

Heat Factor: Once they finally give in to their temptation, it gets pretty steamy

Character Chemistry: They are hot, driven, and living together. What else do you need?

Plot: Exactly what you would expect from the title 

Overall: Now I understand why people read category romances

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