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Review: Resisting the Billionaire by Allie Winters (2020)

Bishop Brothers, Book #1

Heat Factor: do do do do do EXPLOSION do do do do do

Character Chemistry: They’re the only two actually talking to each other in this book, so yep

Plot: Unwanted middle billionaire son is ultimatumed into an arranged merger marriage, so it’s a problem when it turns out he has real chemistry with the wedding planner

Overall: This book is deceptively low key

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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: A Wallflower Christmas by Lisa Kleypas (2008)

Wallflowers, Book 4.5

Heat Factor: Get cozy on the rug in front of the fire heat level

Character Chemistry: Very solid, considering it’s a novella that also involves all four Wallflowers

Plot: I shouldn’t love you, you rogue, but I can’t help myself.

Overall: Very good for a snuggle with a blanket and a cuppa

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Review: A Duke in Shining Armor by Loretta Chase (2017)

Difficult Dukes, Book 1

Heat Factor: There’s a good deal of yearning and burning

Character Chemistry: Aces: I’ve known who you are for years. Why did it take me so long to realize you’re my other half?

Plot: Runaway bride snares groom’s best friend, angst ensues

Overall: Loved it!

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Review: Enchanting Pleasures by Eloisa James (2002)

Pleasures, Book 3

Heat Factor: On the steamy side of vanilla

Character Chemistry: A+ case of opposites attract

Plot: Too much

Overall: Beautiful prose, great characters, fabulous clothes

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