Posts Categorized: Contemporary

Review: Dating for Decades by Tracy Krimmer

Review: Dating for Decades by Tracy Krimmer

Dating for Decades by Tracy Krimmer Blurb: IT guru Cassie Noble can depend on networks and servers. It’s the people in her life that always let her down. With her fortieth birthday looming, she’d love to find a way to trust and commit to someone. Eager to work out her problems methodically, Cassie reaches out to her support group. Electrician Keith manages to infiltrate their all-female ranks, infuriating her with his flippant jokes and his all-too laid back attitude. The other women all find him hilarious and she can’t see why. She takes this seriously and he’s doing anything but…. Read more »

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Review: September by Audrey Carlan

Review: September by Audrey Carlan

September (Calendar Girl #9) by Audrey Carlan Rating: 3 stars Blurb: Vegas, Viscous Exes, and Ventilators. My life felt like a fast ride on a too short highway. Coming home should be roses and rainbows, but nothing that comes out of the desert blooms free. I was most certainly not free. I’d missed my payment to Blaine, owed the last client a hundred grand I didn’t have, and my father was on his deathbed. To make matters worse, Wes was missing in action. As in, no one had seen or heard from him in three weeks. Devastation didn’t begin to… Read more »

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Review: Must Love Ghosts by Ani Gonzalez

Review: Must Love Ghosts by Ani Gonzalez

My To-Be Read List is a meme hosted by Because Reading is Better Than Real Life where at the beginning of the month visitors can choose which book I’ll be reading this month. On the first saturday of a month the poll will be up, then on the second saturday of the month I’ll announce the book that won and on the last saturday of the month I’ll post my review of the book. Must Love Ghosts (Banshee Creek #1) by Ani Gonzalez Rating: 3 stars Blurb: Seducing the Rational Skeptic… Abby Reed believes in folk songs, faery tales, and… Read more »

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Review: A Brit on the Side by Brenda St. John Brown

Review: A Brit on the Side by Brenda St. John Brown

A Brit on the Side (Calder Castle #1) by Brenda St. John Brown Rating: 4 stars Blurb; Bea’s English escape plan: • Work in a real British castle • Quality time with bestie • Figure out what spotted dick really is • Fall for bestie’s older brother. Hard. Bea Gillespie would rather do anything than teach summer school math two classrooms down from her ex-fiancé. So when her best friend, Scarlett, invites her to England for the summer to work in her family’s castle-turned-hotel, she jumps at the chance. Now Bea’s an ocean away from her problems at home, but… Read more »

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Review: Undone by Katey Wolfe (Kelley Armstrong)

Review: Undone by Katey Wolfe (Kelley Armstrong)

Undone by Katey Wolfe (Kelley Armstrong) Blurb: Microbiology student Jess Devereaux is a girl with a plan — shake loose from her stalker ex, gain independence from her over-controlling family and, most important for her immediate happiness, seduce her sexy shooting instructor into the wild, no-strings-attached fling she’s been dreaming of. Gun-club owner Declan Cavanagh is a guy with a plan — do whatever it takes to gain custody of his young half-brother from his violent stepfather, even if it means making cash fast in the bloody cage matches he thought he’d left behind. And he’s been doing some dreaming… Read more »

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Review: June by Audrey Carlan

Review: June by Audrey Carlan

June (Calendar Girl #6) by Audrey Carlan Rating: 3 stars Blurb: Politics, phallic statues, and pretty women. Literally everywhere you look, you see an old man and a gold-digging cling-on wrapped around their wrinkly arms. Luck had not gone my way when Warren Shipley, one of the nation’s wealthiest men hired me to play arm-candy in order to save face with the other one percenters he did business with. At least that’s what I thought when I arrived in Washington, DC, until I was met by old man Shipley’s debonair and insanely handsome son. Aaron Shipley was notably the youngest… Read more »

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Review: Vigilante Slimming Scanner by SJ Pajonas

Review: Vigilante Slimming Scanner by SJ Pajonas

Vigilante Slimming Scanner (Kami No Sekai #4) by SJ Pajonas Blurb: The grocery store registers have a mission to save Toro from his bad eating habits, and he’s determined to stay the course. Will they inspire him to change or will he convince them to give him a second chance? ~~~ Shhh… Listen To The Gods. The Japanese believe the gods live in all things. Trees, appliances, animals, buildings — they all have a spirit living within them. Maybe, if you listen carefully, you can hear them too. My Review: I received a copy in exchange for an honest review… Read more »

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