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Review: My American Duchess by Eloisa James (2016)

Heat Factor: This marriage is full of amazing sex.

Character Chemistry: They totally work. Like.

Plot: Merry keeps getting engaged to men and realizing she doesn’t love them! Luckily Trent isn’t worried about nonsense like that because these two are MFEO.

Overall: Eloisa James is at her best fixing marriages.

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Review: The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams (2019)

Bromance Book Club, Book 1

Heat Factor: moderately warm

Character Chemistry: Pretty good, for a marriage in meltdown. But I liked the Bromances best.

Plot: Marriage in Trouble! Romance novels to the rescue!

Overall: It’s fun, but it’s especially great as an intro-to-romance book.

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Review: His Treasure by Kiru Taye (2011)

Men of Valor, Book 1

Heat Factor: moderate

Character Chemistry: They’re already married, so there’s not a ton of development in this arena

Plot: Withholding sex out of spite results in all the unrequited love misunderstandings

Overall: This woman needs to take ownership of her own life

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Review: Forget Me Not by Brenda Jackson (2019)

Catalina Cove, Book 2

Heat Factor: She literally orgasms just from kissing. On the mouth. 

Character Chemistry: He’s the love of her life!

Plot: Ashley’s husband died in a car accident three years ago. But then she finds him again when she’s randomly on vacation. EXCEPT! He has amnesia. 

Overall: I could not suspend my disbelief enough to enjoy this book.

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Review: Love Her or Lose Her by Tessa Bailey (2020)

Hot and Hammered, Book #2

Heat Factor: Sex is the one thing that’s not a problem in their marriage.

Character Chemistry: At times felt a bit one-sided

Plot: Toxic masculinity + lack of communication = marriage in trouble

Overall: Bailey closed it really well, but I had some hangups.

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