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Review: The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang (2018)

Kiss Quotient, Book 1

Heat Factor: So hot and so awkward, all at the same time. It’s quite impressive, actually.

Character Chemistry: They **get** each other. It’s very sweet.

Plot: “I am socially awkward, please give me sex lessons.”

Overall: I stayed up well past my bedtime because I couldn’t put it down.

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Review: Holding Out for a Hero by Ana Leigh (2009)

The Frasers, Book 5

Heat Factor: Lots of sex off stage, plus a few mildly detailed scenes that we get to see.

Character Chemistry: The first time they meet, he gets a boner and she is rude for no reason.

Plot: A lot, but none of it seems to matter.

Overall: Meh.

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Review: Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors by Sonali Dev (2019)

The Rajes, Book 1

Heat Factor: Longing glances and orgasmic food

Character Chemistry: Spot on

Plot: Gender swapped Pride and Prejudice, but without the desperate marriage plot

Overall: I. LOVED. IT.

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Review: Rafe: A Buff Male Nanny by Rebekah Weatherspoon (2018)

Loose Ends, Book 1

Heat Factor: Thinking about sex, talking about sex, having sex. Sexytimes abound!

Character Chemistry: You can’t help but have chemistry with Rafe, because he is the Perfect Man

Plot: My nanny is so hot! Let’s do this!

Overall: It’s sexy and smart and political and I wish I loved it more than I did

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Review: A Prince on Paper by Alyssa Cole (2019)

Reluctant Royals, Book # 3

Review of Reluctant Royals Book 1, Book 2

Heat Factor: Toasty warm and playful, too

Character Chemistry: The more I get to know you, the more I adore your hidden gem qualities

Plot: Let’s have a fake engagement and we both get something

Overall: With multiple opportunities for stupid misunderstanding angst, it was soooooo satisfying to read an adult relationship

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