Review

Review: A Cowboy to Remember by Rebekah Weatherspoon (2020)

Cowboys of California, Book #1

Heat Factor: Definitely not closed door, but I wouldn’t say explicit either

Character Chemistry: I’m going to have to quit reading second chance romance because the “I’m so sexually attracted to you but I really can’t get over my emotional baggage” just does not work for me.

Plot: see above but toss in a healthy dose of amnesia

Overall: I’m not sure emotional maturity is a good fit for a second chance romance

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Review: The Restart by Nicole Falls (2020)

New Beginnings, Book 2

Heat Factor: “…if I were reading into my countenance on a purely superficial level I’d attribute it to getting stellar pipe as the sun rose…”

Character Chemistry: When you know what you want, you know what you want. 

Plot: Shocked by a personal loss, a young woman decides to shake things up. The man she made a marriage pact with during a vacation years ago lets her know he’d like to collect.

Overall: I was looking for a soccer romance, and this is not that, but it was totally sweet.

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Review: Intercepted by Alexa Martin (2018)

Playbook, Book 1

Heat Factor: Not all closed door, but not burning down the house either

Character Chemistry: When both parties are crying during the hard parts of the relationship, I am here for it!

Plot: Woman needs to figure herself out without men getting in the way. But what happens when one man is kind of perfect?

Overall: I need more!

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Review: Love. Set. Match. by Taylor Lunsford (2019)

Match Set Series, Book #1

Heat Factor: Lots of sexytimes

Character Chemistry: He’s so sweet on her and she wants it so badly

Plot: Tennis players with history struggle through some stuff

Overall: So sweet

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Review: Soldier’s Christmas Secrets by Laura Scott (2019)

Justice Seekers, Book 1

Heat Factor: Extremely chaste

Character Chemistry: In a “we’re already married” forced proximity kind of way?

Plot: Former soldier has to figure out who’s trying to kill him and his family

Overall: Not many highs but also not many lows

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