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Review: One Night with the CEO by Mia Sosa (2016)

The Suits Undone, Book #2

Heat Factor: There’s not just sex. There’s phone sex.

Character Chemistry: Yes! 💥

Plot: Sex is fun, but I also like you.

Overall: This is some sexy smut.

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Review: The Sweetest Thing by Deborah Fletcher Mello (2014)

Just Desserts, Book 1

Heat Factor: This bedroom door is wiiiiiiiide open

Character Chemistry: We are told they are friends, and then shown that they are compatible in the sack

Plot: Woman inherits bakery from her estranged father, falls for the baker (who is sort of her adoptive brother? Let’s not focus on that part)

Overall: Great sense of place, hot sex, middling romance

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Anthology Review: Daughters of a Nation: A Black Suffragette Historical Romance Anthology (2016)

Heat Factor: 1 story kisses only, 2 stories low heat, 1 story moderate heat

Character Chemistry: Ranges from “You guys still have some stuff to work out” to “Soulmates, obviously.” 

Plot: Thematically cohesive. Plus, I learned some history, which is always a bonus! 

Overall: Uneven, particularly in tone

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Review: Playing House by Ruby Lang (2019)

Uptown, Book 1

Heat Factor: It’s…warm and fuzzy

Character Chemistry: They are very cute together–and very polite.

Plot: Fay is recently divorced and Oliver is recently unemployed. When the meet up in an open house, sparks fly and a romance progresses–but Oliver is up for a job at Fay’s company. Miscommunication ensues, etc. 

Overall: I’m a very proper person and this one might have been a tad too proper for me.

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Review: Red, White, & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston (2019)

Heat Factor: There is a lot of sex. It’s explicit until it isn’t. 

Character Chemistry: Potty-mouth extrovert plus reserved introvert is obviously good chemistry

Plot: Just YES

Overall: This book hit the spot

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