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Review: Suddenly Squirrel by Elva Birch (2023)

Suddenly Shifters, Book #5

Heat Factor: Gary was more forward than I expected

Character Chemistry: Suddenly don’t hate each other, suddenly sex…It all happens pretty suddenly

Plot: Gary feels unwell one night and wakes up able to shift into a squirrel. When he goes to the library for answers, he gets some help from his neighbor, Marie, who is super grumpy.

Overall: The amount of musical theater tune references in this book is really something

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Review: Husband Material by Megumu Minami (2021)

Original novel by Emma Goldrick (1996)

Heat Factor:

Character Chemistry: What even is consent?

Plot: Anything I say will make it sound significantly less bananas than it actually was

Overall: There is basically nothing okay about any of this and I enjoyed myself hugely

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Review: Georgie, All Along by Kate Clayborn (2023)

Heat Factor: The kind of sensuality that comes with a lot of emotional but not specific description

Character Chemistry: Mercy

Plot: Georgie’s a mess on the outside, Levi’s a mess on the inside, and their messes complement each other until they crash and make me cry

Overall: I knew this book would give me big feels and tears, and I was right, and it was AWESOME

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Review: Chick Magnet by Emma Barry (2023)

Heat Factor: They go to bed around two-thirds through, but it feels like an extremely slow burn

Character Chemistry: They recognize each other’s sadness

Plot: Vet falls for new neighbor (who happens to be a chicken influencer)

Overall: I’ll be honest, I was feeling kinda down when I finished this one

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Review: A Valentine for Christmas by Reese Ryan (2022)

Valentine Vineyards, Book #1

Heat Factor: Fade to gray? There’s some sex but we see more afterglow than details

Character Chemistry: Outstanding

Plot: Chandra and Julian are new to a small town, and they keep meeting—but Chandra insists they can’t have a relationship

Overall: It felt like a filler book

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