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Review: Her Big City Neighbor by Jackie Lau (2020)

Cider Bar Sisters, Book 1

Heat Factor: Yup, there is some boning.

Character Chemistry: “Why is she trying to be my friend? She is so perky!”

Plot: Amy moves to the Big City, enthusiastically embraces Big City Life…and her new neighbor. 

Overall: This is some A+ grumpy/sunshine action and it’s just what I needed.

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Review: A Princess for Christmas by Jenny Holiday (2020)

Heat Factor: Holy arm porn, batman! Plus: 🍆🍆🍆

Character Chemistry: Checks every box

Plot: Hallmark Christmas Special, complete with twee alpine monarchy 

Overall: I am cackling with glee

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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: From Lukov with Love by Mariana Zapata (2018)

Heat Factor: slooooooooooooow burn

Character Chemistry: sparking constantly

Plot: Pairs figure skating team antagonizes each other into a HEA

Overall: low drama, satisfying slow burn

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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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