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Review: How to Find a Princess by Alyssa Cole (2021)

Runaway Royals, Book #2

Heat Factor: Low heat

Character Chemistry: Sparkling

Plot: A Royal Investigator who follows the letter of the law but not the spirit + A Long-Lost Princess who has no interest in claiming the throne + A Transatlantic Voyage = Hijinks on the High Seas

Overall: It wrapped up abruptly, leaving me feeling vaguely dissatisfied

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Review: First Comes Like by Alisha Rai (2021)

Modern Love, Book 3

Review of Modern Love, Book 2

Heat Factor: A little at the end, but nothing too spicy

Character Chemistry: They are pretty cute together 

Plot: Catfishing leads to friendship leads to fake engagement 

Overall: I enjoyed this one

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Review: The Billionaire’s Wake-Up-Call Girl by Annika Martin (2018)

Heat Factor: Please pass the fan

Character Chemistry: Fixation has its perks

Plot: Absolutely ridiculous

Overall: I had so much fun

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Review: Bear with Me by Lucy Eden (2019)

Heat Factor: He marks her. Yowza!

Character Chemistry: That log splitting scene tho. 

Plot: Chellie has a public meltdown and goes and hangs out in the woods for a bit. Where she meets a very friendly bear and a very surly man. Who happen to be the same person. 

Overall: I had so much fun reading this book!

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Review: The Tourist Attraction by Sarah Morgenthaler (2020)

Moose Springs, Alaska  Book # 1

Heat Factor: Snogging in the diner, snogging in the pickup, snogging in the woods, so much snogging!

Character Chemistry: Relatable and natural

Plot: Zoey’s on her dream vacation to Alaska, Graham is reluctantly serving all the tourists who overrun his diner every day, but even though it’s bound to end, they can’t quite convince themselves to stay apart.

Overall: Cute

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