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Review: Just Like That by Cole McCade (2020)

Albin Academy, Book 1

Heat Factor: Pretty sure my couch is just a pile of ashes now

Character Chemistry: Holy forking shirtballs! Yes!

Plot: Not-put-together man needs to figure himself out, too-put-together man needs to address his emotions.

Overall: Cole McCade can rip my guts out and give me a massive book hangover anytime.

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Review: Dominant Business by J. Scott (2020)

Heat Factor: Sex is frequent, detailed, and degrading. Ruby gets double-teamed a lot. 

Character Chemistry: “You remind me of myself when I was younger. I will therefore put you in extremely uncomfortable positions so that I can mold you into your best self.” 

Plot: Business school teacher seduces student. 

Overall: A porno in book form.

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Review: Temper by Chantal Fernando (2020)

Knights of Fury, Book #3

Heat Factor: explicit but not lengthy

Character Chemistry: I bought it while reading but now that I’m done I’m wondering where it came from?

Plot: Biker asks bartender on a date every year for four years and when she finally accepts on year five, she witnesses a murder and is kidnapped…by the biker

Overall: This was really fun and also, like, WUT

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Review: Swing Batter Swing by Zaida Polanco (2018)

Heat Factor: Very very hot. There’s some Mile-High Club stuff that happens. 

Character Chemistry: Flirty.

Plot: Boss and assistant fight their desire for each other. And then give in to it.  

Overall: I enjoyed myself immensely.

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Review: Love Done Write by Amelia Foster (2019)

Heat Factor: Many chili pepper emojis

Character Chemistry: They spend a lot of time getting off anonymously via the interweb

Plot: Number one fan writes fan mail to sexy romantic erotica writer’s pen name. After some time going back and forth, they meet up for IRL and explosions commence.

Overall: It’s a wild romp, and a fun read.

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