Recommended Read, Review

Review: By a Thread by Lucy Score (2020)

Heat Factor: It’s on fire to the MAX.

Character Chemistry: Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh my. Waiting for these two to get it going was like waiting to turn 6 when you’re 5. 

Plot: So. Dominic takes over for his philandering, sexual assault-y lump of a father at his mother’s company. Ally is barely keeping it together trying to take care of her father, who has Alzheimer’s and needs to stay in his very expensive care facility. Dominic gets Ally fired from her job in a pizzeria, and Dominic’s mother hires Ally to work at their very intense fashion house. 

Overall: This book was absolutely mind-bogglingly good.

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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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Recommended Read, Review

Review: More than Neighbors by Shannon Stacey (2020)

Blackberry Bay, Book 1

Heat Factor: It’s a little more heart-centered than…pants-centered

Character Chemistry: The chemistry and connection is obvious from the first page with these two

Plot: Meredith is a wealthy widowed mother who moves back home to Blackberry Bay with her young daughter to start over. Cam has been living in his newly discovered (and deceased) birth grandmother’s lake house and is uncovering his origins when he starts to enjoy being drawn closer to his neighbor and her daughter.

Overall: This book was a cover to cover hit. Real characters, great setting, magnetic chemistry, and perfect pace.

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Series Review

Series Review: Arden St. Ives Trilogy by Alexis Hall (2017)

Heat Factor: Frequent and with lots of kink

Character Chemistry: SO ANGSTY

Plot: New Adult figures out how to Adult in context of relationship with emotionally complicated Billionaire. 

Overall:

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Review: His Secretary’s Nine-Month Notice by Cathy Williams (2020)

Heat Factor: She’s a virgin with a magic vagina, folks

Character Chemistry: I’m not at all convinced because I had no insight into their relationship

Plot: Not what you’d expect

Overall: I was bored.

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