Recommended Read, Review

Review: Cherishing the Goddess by Lucy Eden (2019)

Heat Factor: It’ll get your heart racing…then swelling with sweet, sweet romance…then racing again. Just pretty much that, over and over again.

Character Chemistry: They’re really, truly adorable.

Plot: CEO travels to island paradise to meet his idol AND swing the deal of a lifetime and ends up pissing off said idol, biffing the whole deal, and falling head over heels in love instead. Challenged trust! Heart wrenching devotion! Feelings! Feelings!!

Overall: There’s absolutely nothing wrong with knowing how something is going to end when the ride is so enjoyable, and this one just is.


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Recommended Read, Review

Review: Acting on Impulse by Mia Sosa (2017)

Love on Cue, Book 1

Heat Factor: Sex is hot, respectful, and realistic

Character Chemistry: Excellent

Plot: He’s an actor. She wants to avoid the spotlight. Can these two make it work?

Overall: Such a fun read!

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Recommended Read, Review

Review: One Night with the CEO by Mia Sosa (2016)

The Suits Undone, Book #2

Heat Factor: There’s not just sex. There’s phone sex.

Character Chemistry: Yes! 💥

Plot: Sex is fun, but I also like you.

Overall: This is some sexy smut.

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Recommended Read, Series Review

Series Review: Into the Wind by Jean Ferris (1996)

Heat Factor: Entry Level Hotness.

Character Chemistry: Immediate and dreamy. 

Plot: Epic adventure of self-discovery… and romance… on the high seas.

Overall: True love lasts a lifetime.

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Review: Blue Velvet by Iris Johansen (1985)

Beau Lantry, Book 2

Heat Factor: Blazing sunshine on a tropical island paradise. Bring sunscreen!

Character Chemistry: Eh

Plot: They keep saying they are facing a lot of danger but the stakes never feel really high.

Overall: Holy Purple Prose, Batman!

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