Review

Review: Angels, Demons, and Designer Shoes by Sandra Sookoo (2020)

Heat Factor: They talk about it a lot, but don’t follow through until the end

Character Chemistry: Lust + Loneliness 

Plot: She almost dies and asks for divine intervention, but she didn’t read the fine print, so a demon shows up, giving her a 30-day reprieve 

Overall: Ridiculous

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Review: Just Like That by Cole McCade (2020)

Albin Academy, Book 1

Heat Factor: Pretty sure my couch is just a pile of ashes now

Character Chemistry: Holy forking shirtballs! Yes!

Plot: Not-put-together man needs to figure himself out, too-put-together man needs to address his emotions.

Overall: Cole McCade can rip my guts out and give me a massive book hangover anytime.

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Review: The Demon Always Wins by Jeanne Oates Estridge (2018)

Touched by a Demon, Book 1

Heat Factor: Holy Blue Balls, Batman!

Character Chemistry: “I know I should resist you since you’re an agent of Hell, but I just can’t!”

Plot: God and Satan make a bet

Overall: Fun, interesting, AND with a believable enemies-to-lovers storyline. We have a winner!

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Review: A Kiss for Midwinter by Courtney Milan (2012)

The Brothers Sinister, Book 1.5

Heat Factor: 19th century condoms are super sexy

Character Chemistry: They’re drawn to each other, irresistibly 

Plot: Man with terrible social skills adores woman who’s nice to everyone except him

Overall: The tone is a little different for historical romance, but it’s a fun little novella

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Review: Would Like to Meet by Rachel Winters (2019)

Heat Factor: Think Cary Grant/Katharine Hepburn or Humphrey Bogart/Audrey Hepburn

Character Chemistry: Subtle but present

Plot: Woman makes a fool of herself repeatedly and then finds her voice

Overall: SO FUN

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