Thursday, January 30, 2014

"Knox's Stand" By: Jamie Begley Review


Knox’s Stand

By: Jamie Begley


Knox, a former Navy Seal, has been in several dangerous situations, but nothing compares to dealing with Diamond Richards. Framed for murder, he needs the passionless lawyer to prove his innocence. But when he no longer needs her help, he’s going to show her the passion she’s capable of and walk away a free man.

Diamond plans on earning her huge fee to prove Knox is innocent, but she had no idea the muscled biker could bring out the passion she kept hidden behind her designer clothes. Trying to find a murderer is easier than dealing with The Last Riders and Knox’s sexcapades. He’s going to find out there is one woman worth standing and fighting for, despite his desire for freedom.
My Thoughts
      This series is like a chocolate cake covered in caramel candies and chocolate icing. It has its faults, and you know its gonna leave you hung over in the morning, but boy do you crave it. An addicting storyline with compelling characters, I have literally devoured the Last Riders Series over a long weekend and now I’m jonesing for my next slice of cake.
      Knox has always been the super bad boy of the Last Riders Motorcycle Club. After spending the night with the terrible Sam, he finds himself on the wrong side of the law when she is found dead the next morning. Being the only suspect in a town that hated Sam, Knox needs a defense attorney and he needs one fast.
      Enter Diamond, a lawyer in the small town who left the motorcycle life far behind. Her father and mother had lived the life, and now with her own sister part of a club, Di wants to stay as far away as she can from that lifestyle. When the Last Riders Motorcycle club ask her to defend Knox, Di is hesitant at first but eventually sees more to the hardened criminal than he wants anyone else to see.
      I enjoyed Di and Knox’s story and loved the constant conflict between the two. These two are complete polar opposites and as they get to know one another, they find there is something in eachother that they truly connect with. My absolute favorite scene is when Diamond takes suspected motorcycle killer Knox home to meet her parents, who are the former leaders of their own motorcycle club. It was fun to see the worlds collide and have Diamond in the middle.
     So far this is my favorite of the series. You can see Begley is coming into her own as an author and the grammar errors have been cut down significantly. There are still some which temporarily take you out of the story, but not as many as in the previous stories. Begley also pays more attention to the characters and their motivations, and I just found myself understanding this romance much more than I have previously.
       With great characterization of main and secondary characters, far few plot holes and far less grammar errors, it feels like Begley is becoming an author to watch out for. She’s built a rich biker world and I can only seeing it get better!

Book Details
Publisher: Young Ink Press, LLC
# of Pages: 220
Date of Publication: November 2, 2013
Source: Personal Purchase

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

"Viper's Run" By: Jamie Begley Review

Viper’s Run
By: Jamie Begley


Winter Simmons received the surprise of her life when she discovered the man she had been dating for the last two years was actually Viper, president of the Last Riders. A high school principal, Winter has no intention of ruining her reputation in the community to be with a man who betrayed her trust. Unforgiving, she turns her back on him, only to find that Viper is not the gentleman he portrayed.
Determined to find his brother’s killer, Loker James kept his identity as President of The Last Riders a secret from Winter. When the truth comes out, he is determined to make her see the real man who can control not only a group of dangerous bikers, but a woman whose life is a rulebook. Unable to prevent herself from being drawn into the very club she despises, Winter is about to lose everything important to her, unless Viper can prove she’s more than a moonlight run.
My Thoughts
      Winter Simmons is the local High School’s Principal and paragon of her comunity. She has been dating local business Loker James for almost two years. Never going beyond the casual date or watching movies, Winter is surprised when it is revealed that Loker is none other than the President of the local Motorcycle gang and is called Viper.
      Viper dated Winter for almost two years in an effort to get closer to her cousin, Vincent. Vincent had killed his brother years before and Viper needed a way to get closer, so he used Winter. When Winter finds out what he has done, she is devastated...but shocked when Viper ultimately decides that he wants Winter in his life regardless of anything that has happened before.
      When I originally read this book, I read this book first in the series. HUGE mistake, let me tell you. If you try to read this book first, it is completely confusing. I didn’t understand the characters, and as you start the book, its almost expected for you to have read the first book. Characters aren’t explained at all and I was pretty well lost for the first third of the book, still not realizing I was reading the series in the wrong order. There are numerous grammar issues and multiple problems with pronouns throughout which can easily take you out of the story when you try to figure out what the author was actually meaning.
      While Viper’s Run does have the good girl bad boy romance thing going on, it goes beyond that. Winter is beaten very badly and requires extensive physical therapy. At the beginning of the novel, you absolutely hate Viper. He seems self-centered, egotistical, and only out for what he wants. Yet when she’s horribly hurt, he comes through for her more than he ever had to and much more than I ever thought.
      So all in all a fairly decent story. I had problems because of not reading the series in the right order but the grammar issues also kept me from loving the story like I wanted. Great dynamics though after you get into the story and lets be honest, I liked them enough to read all three within a weekend. Ultimately it was the character that had me coming back for more, which is a true testament to the author’s work. Just please oh please, get a new editor! 

Last Riders Series

Book Details
Publisher: Young Ink Press, LLC
Date of Publication: August 19, 2013
ISBN: 978-1301345120
# of Pages: 282
Source: Personal Purchase

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

"Razer's Ride" By: Jamie Begley Review

Razer’s Ride
By: Jamie Begley
Beth Cornett is the town good girl, so staying out of the way of the motorcycle club’s dangerous members was a no brainer. Unfortunately, she manages to catch the eye of Razer, who has every intention of tempting her to take him on despite her misgivings. When her worst fears are realized, she is left heartbroken, determined to forget her walk on the wild side.
Razer was not going to change for any woman, not even Beth. Their lifestyles were too different; betrayed she ran. Realizing his mistake too late; she was not about to forgive and forget. It takes a killer intent on targeting Beth to bring her back to him and The Last Riders for protection. Razer may have learned his lesson, but this time, as long as she is at the club, she has to play by their rules.
My Thoughts
      Going through a list of new motorcycle romance books, I came across the Last Riders Series by Jamie Begley. Always open to a new series and I love to come across a new author, so I decided to pick up the first few in the series.
    Beth is the stereotypical good girl in a backwater town. Her father was a preacher who preached hell fire and damnation to the town. Growing up in that environment, Beth was sheltered from the harsher aspects of life and frankly had never let her hair loose for a single moment. Protecting her sister comes naturally to her and though conflict and pain were never strangers for Beth, she’s determined to have more to her life.
    Razer has never claimed to be an angel. Attracted to the good girl next door, it seems as if Razer can’t wait to see how bad she can be. Even when Beth tries to initiate a relationship with the local pastor, she is drawn back in by Razer who she almost becomes addicted to. With her background, her emotionally unstable sister, and a man who can’t commit to only her, Beth has to decide exactly how much she can handle.
    So a few disclosures before I talk about what I thought - I read this book out of order. I bought the first three but accidentally read Viper’s Run first. With that said, I liked Razer and Beth enough in the second book to come back and read the first book. However, Razer’s Ride is probably my least favorite book of the three.
    Beth and Razer never seem to go together. Beth is the virginal daughter of a preacher, always taught to be almost exactly the opposite of everything Razer is. Razer is as bad as bad can be, he’s a motorcycle madman. He’s free with his body, with alcohol, and has a fairly laissez-faire attitude. So in all honestly, I found it awfully hard that each character could change as much as they did. Pretty far leap to be quite honest.
    Razer’s Ride is the first book in the Last Riders Series and tells the story of badboy Razer and the sweet preacher’s daughter, Beth. Overall the romance was enjoyable but it had some pretty major problems. Grammar and word usage weren't always correct, which is the fastest way to take me out of the story. The story was a bit far reaching in aspects, but kept me coming back to read the subsequent stories. Fair overall but having finished the rest of the series, it is worth coming back for more.      

Book Details
Publisher: Young Ink Press
Date of Publication: September 10, 2013
# of Pages: 179
Source: Personal Purchase

Monday, January 27, 2014

Covet Cover Reveal & Giveaway

Covets have all the sexiness, emotion, and happily ever after that readers have come to expect and love from Entangled. They are firmly grounded in the contemporary world, but each novel brings in supernatural twists, breaking the contemporary and paranormal rules, alike. To find out more about their titles, chat with authors, participate in special events, and to find out what books you’ll be coveting next, visit the Entangled website, follow them on Twitter, LIKE their Facebook page, and join the Book Club.

Also, make sure to hop on over the Entangled in Romance blog to join in the fun as Covet challenges readers to share their worst date stories. The worse, the better, hold no punches!

Today I'm happy to be featuring Covet's January releases:

Love at Stake by Victoria Davies

Abbey is the lone human working for Fated Match, a company that pairs members of the supernatural community with their eternal mates.

To snag a young vampire socialite as their next client, Abbey journeys to the home of Lucian Redgrave, the oldest vampire on the East Coast. But he's not willing to allow his vampire daughter to use the agency... unless Abbey can first find his perfect match in a month.

As Abbey coaches Lucian through his dates, she can’t deny the chemistry between them. But humans are toys for vampires, and risking her heart isn't a part of the plan.

Haunt Me by Heather Long

Recently divorced author MacKenzie Dillon has lost her writing mojo. When she inherits her great aunt’s haunted house in Virginia, she is determined to make a new start. The creepy old house provides inspiration but at what cost?

Successful architect and paranormal skeptic Justin Kent returns to Penny Hollow to fulfill his father’s dying wish of revitalizing their small town. To do that, he needs the allegedly haunted estate at Summerfield. Mac, the new owner, may be gorgeous and spunky, but she refuses to sell.

These two have a dangerous history that spans the ages, but will they discover the truth in time to save their lives?


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"Reaper's Legacy" By: Joanna Wylde Review

Reaper’s Legacy
By: Joanna Wylde

Eight years ago, Sophie gave her heart—and her virginity—to Zach Barrett on a night that couldn’t have been less romantic or more embarrassing. Zach’s step-brother, a steely-muscled, tattooed biker named Ruger, caught them in the act, getting a peep show of Sophie he’s never forgotten.
She may have lost her dignity that fateful night, but Sophie also gained something precious—her son Noah. Unfortunately, Zach’s a deadbeat dad, leaving Ruger to be Noah’s only male role model. When he discovers Sophie and his nephew living in near poverty, Ruger takes matters into his own hands—with the help of the Reapers Motorcycle Club—to give them a better life.
Living with outlaw bikers wasn’t Sophie’s plan for her son, but Ruger isn’t giving her a choice. He’ll be there for Noah, whether she wants him or not. But Sophie does want him, has always wanted him. Now she’ll learn that taking a biker to bed can get a girl dirty in every way…
My Thoughts
    I first found Joanna Wylde last year when I read the first book in her Reaper’s Motor Cycle Club series. I didn’t know what to think when I started Reaper’s Property but I really enjoyed it and it led me to a ton of other great motorcycle romances, if you will. The story has stuck with me and when I saw #2 was coming out, I was dying to find out the next chapter in this fabulous new series.
     As a teen, Sophie was already a mother living on her own. Having had a baby with Zach Barrett, a total loser and terrible father, Sophie finally grows tired of his abusive ways and leaves. Years go by until Sophie has finally reached the end of her rope. Living in a terrible apartment,being a single parent, receiving no child support, going to a poor job and with no family, Sophie needs help desperately. A phone call from her son to Zach’s brother, Ruger changes her world in an instant.
     Ruger has always been attracted to Sophie, but never really acted on it. Beyond being the mother of his beloved nephew, Ruger felt she was always off limits to him. Sophie never understood his dedication to the motorcycle club he belongs to and really didn’t have a desire to. One of the most important aspects of his life and Sophie is intimidated and fears the club. Yet his attraction never abates and as Sophie intrudes into his life more and more, Ruger finds more reasons to be with Sophie than ever before.
    Sophie slowly finds that there may be more to the motorcycle club than what she thinks. As she starts to care for the people within the club, she starts to see Ruger in a different light as well. Even though it may a dangerous life, Sophie and Ruger see it may be worth it to spend it together.
     An ultimately sweet story about two very different people coming together, I was up until 2:30am finishing Sophie and Ruger’s romance. Wylde creates the perfect tension of will they won’t they that just begs to be read. Some of the scenarios in the book are a bit hard to believe, but within the world Wylde has created they are completely plausible. With fantastic secondary characters, a hot romance, and a wonderfully emotionally rich story create a great followup...and only whet your whistle for what’s coming next.

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Joanna Wylde is a freelance writer and voracious reader. You can visit her website at

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Reaper’s MC
1. Reaper’s Property
2. Reaper’s Legacy
3. Devil’s Game (June 3, 2014)
Book Details
Publisher: Berkley
Date of Publication: January 28, 2014
# of Pages: 352
ISBN: 978-0425272343
Source: Netgalley - for Review

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

"Say Hello to Zorro!" By: Carter Goodrich Review


Say Hello to Zorro!
By: Carter Goodrich


Mister Bud is a dog of routine. He has wake up time, nap time, rest time, dinner time, etc. And everyone knows to follow his schedule.
Then disaster strikes.  A stranger comes home at "make a fuss time" and throws everything off! Zorro is little bit bossy and Mister Bud wants nothing to do with him. But when the dogs discover they like the same things (like chasing the cat and napping), everything becomes more fun. As long as everyone follows the schedule.
My Thoughts
     It’s always hard when your parents bring home a new sibling...or when your entire existence is upset with an addition that you clearly weren't’t expecting. That’s exactly the situation that poor Bud is in when his family brings home a new dog named Zorro!
      Used to his schedule, Bud is a very particular pup. He knows when he sleeps, he has specific times for his outside excursions, and he greets his humans in a certain way. One day his family brings home a new dog who upsets everything he ever has done. Zorro is a bit onery too, and likes his way too. Yet as the two dogs get to know one another, they both realize that sometimes two are better than one, even at dinnertime!
     A creative and cute story perfect for children who are getting new sibling or even for families who may be combining children, I found myself laughing out loud at poor Bud. He was completely over having a new dog in the house. Great illustrations and a perfect story for read alouds, I can easily see this being a favorite with kids. Short simple sentences make it a great choice for early readers and lets face it, its just plain funny. Heck, I’m almost 30 and I loved it! I’m gonna go beg for more books by Carter Goodrich now!

Book Details
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
# of Pages: 48
ISBN: 978-1416938934
Date of Publication: March 22, 2011
Source: Library Checkout

Saturday, January 18, 2014

"Charlie the Ranch Dog" By: Ree Drummond Review

Charlie the Ranch Dog

By: Ree Drummond
Meet Charlie.
He's a ranch dog. Breakfast is his life, especially when bacon is involved. Charlie has dangly ears, floppy skin, and big fat paws. And he loves living in the country. That's because he works like a dog...fixing fences, gardening, and helping his family out on the range.
Yep, it's all work, all the time for Charlie the ranch dog. In fact, he's probably working right now...
A ranch dog's work is never done!
Come along as Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman, introduces us to her beloved short-legged pioneer dog named Charlie
My Thoughts
    Easy to read for young readers but still interesting enough for older ones, Charlie the Ranch Dog is a fun tale about the day in the life of Charlie, a dog on Ree Drummond’s farm. Charlie, Drummond’s real dog, tells of his friends, the animals on the farm and the hard work he does day in and day out. Including time for naps, breakfast, lunch, more naps, and occasionally running Susie the cow of the garden, Charlie does his part to make sure everything runs smoothly.
      Beyond being a fun read that made me giggle, both the author and illustrator worked hard to create an excellent book from beginning to end. Easy to read text with plenty of sight words, early readers won’t find it a struggle. Older readers will enjoy the excellent and interesting illustrations that fill the pages and find the humor in Charlie’s actions. The tone of the story is fun and warm, something everyone who reads it can enjoy. Easy to read aloud to a group of children or appreciate with a small group or even one, this story ranks up there high on MY list of favorite children’s books this year.
      An incredibly cute foray into the mind of a basset hound named Charlie, Charlie the Ranch Dog shows exactly how hard working this old Basset truly is. At exactly 40 pages, I was impressed with the amount of story that was included. Gorgeous drawings fill the pages with fun little surprises, which just increase the visual interest of the reader. An all around excellent story, I’m excited to see what other adventures Charlie will get into in the future.

Book Details
Publisher: HarperCollins
# of Pages: 40
ISBN: 978-0061996559
Date of Publication: April 26, 2011
Source: Library Checkout

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Thursday, January 16, 2014

"Truce" By: R.L. Mathewson Review

By: R.L. Mathewson

Elizabeth knows what’s expected of her, perfection. She’s the daughter of an Earl and expected to marry well, say and do the right things with a smile on her face when inside she’s dying for a chance to escape. Thanks to an inheritance her godmother left her years ago, her chance will come with her next birthday. Her hopes of escape abruptly end when Robert, her childhood nemesis that she hasn’t seen in over fourteen years, comes back into her life and does everything he can to drive her out of her mind even as he steals her heart.
He hated her.
At least, he tried to hate her, but it was so damn difficult to hate someone that he couldn’t live without. He tried to ignore her, tried to focus on anything but her, but nothing worked. Somehow she made her way into his heart and started to make him want things that he never though possible, made him smile and laugh even while she drove him out of his mind and started a legacy by turning him into…..

My Thoughts
    Having really enjoyed the first two in the Neighbor From Hell series, I had to know what R.L. Mathewson would do with a historical novel in the same universe. Sarcastic and full of wit, if I hadn’t known Mathewson was the author, once I started I would have immediately recognized her voice.
    Taking characters from the first two books and incorporating them in this historical was a smart move and I loved the small update of the characters I so loved. Going back in time to the beginning of the family line, we meet Elizabeth and  her arch nemesis Robert Bradford. Their families were friends but both Elizabeth and Robert hated one another since childhood. Pranks and name calling permeated their younger years and more than a decade goes by with neither seeing one another.
   When Robert and Elizabeth do see one another again, it is at a ball. Neither recognize the other and for an instant, they are friends. An insane attraction develops between the two but before it can grow into something more, their real identities are revealed. Temporarily caught in their pasts, Robert and Elizabeth find it hard to overcome their shared histories. When they finally can express their real feelings, they must battle their families who have a hard time believing this new reality.
    While I did enjoy the book overall, I felt it dragged a bit in the middle and was just plain uninteresting in different areas. Filled with funny moments, I found myself drawn in to just lose interest a few pages later. Truce is definitely for fans of Mathewson and I recommend reading at least Playing for Keeps before this one.

Neighbor From Hell Series
1. Playing for Keeps
2. Perfection
3. Checkmate
4. Truce

Book Details
Publisher: Smashwords
Date of Publication: November 1, 2013
# of Pages: 291
ISBN: 978-0988573222
Source: Personal Purchase

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

"Extreme Love" By: Abbi Niles Review

Extreme Love (Love to the Extreme, #1)
Extreme Love
By: Abbi Niles

New body. New clothes. New men.
Used to the average Joe, Caitlyn Moore is overwhelmed when the supremely masculine Dante Jones walks into her life and expresses an interest in her. At first she pushes him away, refusing to encourage the attention of a cage fighter. Then she learns Dante has a love ‘em and leave ‘em reputation. What better way to fine-tune her non-existent flirting skills than with a male who won’t stick around?  
Dante has no intention of being a practice dummy; he’s out for all or nothing. Now Caitlyn must accept Dante—violent career and all—or let him go.
Dante “Inferno” Jones has one goal: win the Welterweight Championship. At a time when focus is crucial, the last thing he needs is a distraction. Yet Caitlyn Moore becomes a challenge he can’t resist. When the light-hearted pursuit shifts to a battle to win her heart, his focus is shot. Faced with losing the biggest match of his career, Dante must decide if his extreme life also has room for Extreme Love.
My Thoughts

      Caitlyn Moore has always been considered the chubby girl in the room. Never singled out for being cute and seeming to blend into the wallpaper, Cait is surprised when the insanely large and utterly male Dante Jones decides he’d like to get to know her better while in Atlanta. Scared, Caitlyn does about anything she can think of to scare Dante away, but little of it really makes a difference. Dante has settled on Cait and there’s very little she can do to sway him.
      Dante is in Atlanta to train for the biggest fight in his MMA career.  One night when trying to let off some steam, he sees Caitlyn across the bar and is entranced. She is shy though and absolutely against getting to know him better, in any capacity.   When challenged between  training and pursuing Cait  Dante is town between two worlds. Cait hates the MMA fighting world and its the only one Dante has ever known.
      This is the first in the Love to the Extreme series. I actually read the books out of order, but loved the second one enough to come back for the first. I am glad I started with the second book though, because this first one seemed so...well, so sweet that I might have gotten a toothache. I’m a heavy girl myself but the constant weight focus on Caitlyn’s part was extremely annoying. I get that she’s self conscious but almost every paragraph made mention of the fact and it was frankly overwhelming. Even at the end, when I was supposed to believe she had all this new found confidence, I just didn’t believe it.
     Beyond the weight issue, Dante was just flat out too good to be true. All of a sudden we are to believe he wants to be with this shy girl in the corner. He just wants to get to know her for her, which I respect but don’t really buy his motives. They are just there, which for me didn’t work out the best.
     However many problems I actually had with the characters, I did enjoy the story. I loved seeing brief glimpses into the lives of the other fighters and I think Niles does an excellent job of writing the “MMA world.” I did love some of the secondary characters and hope one day I have a fabulous friend like Pete to take me shopping. All in all an ok read, but I think by the second book, Fighting Love, Niles voice really comes out and she comes into her own.
3. Winning Love (August 2014)

Book Details
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
# of Pages: 352
ISBN: 978-1620612460
Date of Publication: April 30, 2013
Source: Personal Purchase

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

"Fighting Love" By: Abbi Niles Blog Stop, Giveaway & Review

Fighting Love
By: Abby Niles
Talk about kicking a fighter while he’s down. 
Former Middleweight champion and confirmed bachelor Tommy "Lightning" Sparks has lost it all: his belt, his career, and now his home. After the devastating fire, he moves in with his drama-free best friend, Julie. One encounter changes everything and Julie is no longer the girl he’s spent his life protecting but a desirable woman he wants to take to his bed. Knowing his reputation, he’s determined to protect Julie more than ever—from himself.
Veterinarian Julie Rogers has been in love with Tommy since she was ten, but would love to get over the man. She’s quiet nights at home and a glass of wine. He’s clubbing all night and shots of tequila. As friends they work great. As a couple? No way in hell. She just can’t get her heart to agree. When she starts spending time with another fighter, the man who’s always treated her like a sister is suddenly not being very brotherly and enflames her body like never before. 
Can two childhood friends make a relationship work, or will they lose everything because they stopped FIGHTING LOVE
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Author Bio
abbyAbby Niles has always loved to read. After having twins and becoming a stay-at-home mom, she started doodling stories to keep her sanity. She didn’t plan for writing to become an obsession, but it did. Today, she juggles work, home life, and writing. It’s not always easy, but hey, who said life was easy? When Abby’s not writing, you can find her playing ‘Just Dance’ with her kids or trying to catch up on her never-ending to-be-read list.

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My Thoughts
    Having been kicked out of sport he so loved for his violent behavior, Tommy is a bit down on his luck. As the book opens, Tommy is racing back to his house because it is engulfed by flames. The only thing he was able to save are the clothes on his back and his faithful dog, Warrior. Faced with this unfathomable loss, on top of his career low, Tommy turns to his best friend, Julie.
    Julie has loved Tommy almost her whole life. When fate forces her to allow Tommy to live with her, Julie can no longer hide her feelings. As they spend time together, Julie sees a side of Tommy she hasn’t seen since they were children. The cockiness of his professional fighter days has disappeared and her truly caring friend is back. As they grow closer, Tommy is thrust back into the fighting world and just as quickly, Julie wonders if they can really stand the test of time.
    First and foremost, I was impressed by how quickly I was thrown into the world of MMA. This was the first Abbi Niles book I had ever read and I want to tip my hat to her, having never watched the sport myself, as I read the different fight scenes I literally felt like I was there with them. I could hear the heavy breathing, feel the tension, it was perfect.
     That said, I really fell in love with this book from the first chapter. This is the second book in a series, but can absolutely be read as a stand alone like I did. Julie and Tommy were excellent characters, and the indecision on both parts was excellently calibrated. I could understand Julie’s hesitance of getting involved with Tommy considering his offhand behavior before. Plenty of steamy scenes but the emotional connections were pretty spectacular between these two characters. The book ended beautifully and in my opinion was one of the best romance endings I’ve read in quite a while.

1. Extreme Love
3. Winning Love (August 2014)

Book Details
Publisher: Entangled: Select
# of Pages: 352
Date of Publication: December 31, 2013
ISBN: 978-1622660476
Source: Advanced Reader Copy from Author

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