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Review: Marrying the Billionaire by Allie Winters (2021)

The Bishop Brothers, Book #2

Review of The Bishop Brothers, Book #1

Heat Factor: Considering how much they’re into each other, it’s a pretty slow burn (but with some intermediate stuff going on)

Character Chemistry: I was a little worried because Serena started out determined to show Archer how much she’s worth marrying, but they sorted themselves out

Plot: Serena was supposed to marry Archer’s brother in book one but ended up jilted at the altar, so Archer stepped in to save the day and the business deal

Overall: This book was very chill (except I wanted to rage at Archer’s dad), but also very awesome

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Review: The Wall of Winnipeg and Me by Mariana Zapata (2016)

Heat Factor: Pretty standard Zapata slow burn

Character Chemistry: It kinda wasn’t there and then all of a sudden it was?

Plot: Let’s have a marriage of convenience because of reasons

Overall: I liked it but I kinda don’t know why

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Review: Stolen to Wear His Crown by Marcella Bell (2020)

The Queen’s Guard, Book 1

Heat Factor: 🍆🍆 ← that’s two sexy rumpuses

Character Chemistry: It gets better

Plot: She gets forcibly married to the king and then makes the best of it. It’s good to be queen!

Overall: The opening is extremely YIKES but the second half is excellent

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Review: Chasing Cassandra by Lisa Kleypas (2020)

The Ravenels, Book #6

Reviews of the rest of the Ravenel series: Book 1, Book 2, Book 3, Book 4, Book 5

Heat Factor: This is the most chill sex I think I’ve ever read

Character Chemistry: Heart eyes. 

Plot: Antihero catches feelings for angel woman

Overall: I don’t think I’ve ever read a Kleypas with less drama, but it was extremely satisfying

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Review: Immortal Born by Lynsay Sands (2019)

Argeneau Series, Book #30

Heat Factor: Excepting that they have to stay joined for a half hour, it’s not super sexy

Character Chemistry: A little bit of fated mates, so we’re so-so here 

Plot: Immortal flies in to meet his maybe life mate, is embroiled in all her problems with other rogue immortals

Overall: I was so delighted by the Argeneaux that I am gutted that this book relies on a homophobic characterization

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