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Review: Scoring off the Ice by Stacey Lynn (2020)

Ice Kings, Book #2

Heat Factor: These are some horny 20-somethings

Character Chemistry: Sure! It’s fun! But also they’re in their early 20s…

Plot: Young hockey player loses virginity to puck bunny, and his cute neighbor finds a baby left at his door 11 months later.

Overall: I think my favorite thing about this book is that the hero is Danish.

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Review: Angels, Demons, and Designer Shoes by Sandra Sookoo (2020)

Heat Factor: They talk about it a lot, but don’t follow through until the end

Character Chemistry: Lust + Loneliness 

Plot: She almost dies and asks for divine intervention, but she didn’t read the fine print, so a demon shows up, giving her a 30-day reprieve 

Overall: Ridiculous

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Review: Muffin Top by Avery Flynn (2018)

The Hartigans, Book 2

Review of The Hartigans, Book 1

Heat Factor: “Let’s act out our fantasies in the car” kind of hot

Character Chemistry: Insta-clicked…even though they’ve known each other for a while

Plot: Let’s all avoid our emotional baggage until it blows up in our faces

Overall: Hmm

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Review: Best Laid Plaids by Ella Stainton (2020)

Kilty Pleasures, Book #1

Heat Factor: My glasses are foggy

Character Chemistry: These guys are totally adorable, made more so together

Plot: PhD student studying delusions motors around Scotland with a PhD who lost his position because he talks to ghosts

Overall: Got bored with the sex, but the relationship was ACES

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Review: Chaos & the Geek by Elizabeth Stevens (2020)

Grace Grayson Security, Book #1

Heat Factor: Pretty tame for open door sexytimes

Character Chemistry: Obviously living with the person you haven’t been able to talk to for years will result in everything resolving into a HEA because forced proximity

Plot: Pretty classic best friend’s sibling

Overall: There were some really good things and some things I wished hadn’t been there

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