Recommended Read, Series Review

Series Review: Dream Man Series by Kristen Ashley (2011)

Heat Factor: It’s Kristin Ashley, so…It’s all pretty much a rolling boil

Character Chemistry: So much sassy back-and-forth

Plot: Action, Sass, Action, #RelationshipGoals, ACTION EEK!!!, #RELATIONSHIPGOALS

Overall: I could listen to Kate Russell read these books ALL DAY (and sometimes I do!)

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Review

Review: Deal with the Devil by Kit Rocha (2020)

Mercenary Librarians, Book #1

Heat Factor: They’re both modified humans, so they can only have super-strength sex with each other. And they do.

Character Chemistry: The fact that you could kill me without breaking a sweat is pretty hot, but I don’t trust you at all…….Dang it, I’m starting to genuinely like you. 

Plot: (Dystopian futuristic landscape) Cross, double-cross, rescue (Loads of fighting)

Overall: Adventure boner for sure.

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Rant, Review

Review: The Billionaire Needs a Bodyguard by Ravina Hilliard (2020)

Heat Factor: Spicy enough

Character Chemistry: He berates her and does angry seduction and she melts under his caresses, so you know I am ALL about it

Plot: She’s his bodyguard, but he thinks she’s an escort/con artist

Overall: Once I started pretending this book was published in 1980, my enjoyment increased dramatically

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Series Review: Arden St. Ives Trilogy by Alexis Hall (2017)

Heat Factor: Frequent and with lots of kink

Character Chemistry: SO ANGSTY

Plot: New Adult figures out how to Adult in context of relationship with emotionally complicated Billionaire. 

Overall:

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Recommended Read, Review

Review: Nothing to Fear by Juno Rushdan (2019)

Final Hour Series, Book 2

Reviews of Final Hour Prequel; Final Hour Book 1

Heat Factor: Sex on a boat! Not super explicit after the first time.

Character Chemistry: Loved these two together

Plot: Field operative can’t keep his eyes off quiet analyst…and then she’s framed as the mole!

Overall: I avoided doing anything on a Sunday in favor of reading this whole book at once.

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