Review

Review: A Hope Divided by Alyssa Cole (2017)

Loyal League, Book 2

Review of Loyal League, Book 1 here

Heat Factor: Trying to stay alive leaves little time for loving

Character Chemistry: Beautiful

Plot: He’s a Union soldier on the run. She is hiding him in her attic. 

Overall: All the pieces are there, but…

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Review: Heartstone by Elle Katharine White (2016)

Heartstone, Book 1

Heat Factor: There’s dragonfire, but that’s about it

Character Chemistry: Not really

Plot: Pride and Prejudice and Dragons

Overall: I was low-key stressed the whole time I was reading this book

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Review: The Demon Always Wins by Jeanne Oates Estridge (2018)

Touched by a Demon, Book 1

Heat Factor: Holy Blue Balls, Batman!

Character Chemistry: “I know I should resist you since you’re an agent of Hell, but I just can’t!”

Plot: God and Satan make a bet

Overall: Fun, interesting, AND with a believable enemies-to-lovers storyline. We have a winner!

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Review: Being Hospitable by Meka James (2019)

Desert Rose Hook-Ups, Book 1

Heat Factor: Masturbation → shower sex → light BDSM

Character Chemistry: More focus on sex than deep emotional connection

Plot: “I need to stop fantasizing about my friend’s little sister!” / “Why won’t my brother’s friend go for my seduction already?!?”

Overall: If you want something short and steamy without any annoying alpha males or unnecessary conflict, this hits the spot

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Review: Holiday by Candlelight by Laurel Greer (2019)

Sutter Creek, Montana, Book 3

Heat Factor: Let’s tryst on this ski lift! 

Character Chemistry: My PTSD is incompatible with your hobbies!

Plot: They are planning a holiday party together, but really it’s about Caleb dealing with his PTSD in a place that triggers his PTSD

Overall: Diversity tokenism done wrong

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