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Review: Pretty Man by Ryan Field (2018)

Heat Factor: The narrative ties together the sex scenes rather than vice versa

Character Chemistry: They didn’t have time to develop chemistry with all the sex going on

Plot: Pretty Woman with an oddly reversed power dynamic

Overall: I would not characterize this as a romance novel

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Review: Reverb by Anna Zabo (2019)

Twisted Wishes, Book 3

Heat Factor: Lots of sex, lots of details, lots of fun

Character Chemistry: We are mature adults who can articulate our desires, which means we are extra sexy!

Plot: Rock star gets it on with her hot bodyguard

Overall: Loved the characters, didn’t love the prose

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

Reluctant Royals, Book # 3

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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Review: Marine Biology by G.L. Carriger (2010)

San Andreas Shifters, Prequel

Heat Factor: Naked interspecies kissing, but that’s it

Character Chemistry: Cute banter, but I’m not sure that I buy this whole true love after 24 hours thing

Plot: Werewolves and merfolk fight crime together

Overall: Short, funny, and a bit manic

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Review: Romancing the Werewolf by Gail Carriger (2017)

Supernatural Society, Book 2

Heat Factor: Steamy with a side of sentiment

Character Chemistry: Maybe an overemphasis on the Alpha/Beta, but I was rooting for them

Plot: Rekindling the old flame after 20 years

Overall: A charming couple of hours

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