It’s a rare author who can take a trope I hate and make me love it. Fortunately, Kylie Scott is such an author.
Plot overview: Amnesia victim Clem seeks out her old boyfriend, Ed, (who she’d dumped months before) in the hopes of jogging her memory and finding out a bit more about the person she was before the memory loss.
I pretty much love everything this author writes. This one was no exception.
Plot overview: Hockey star Rook meets the charming and quirky Lainey while on vacation in Alaska. A hot fling ensues, but circumstances force the couple apart. They’re eventually reunited, but Lainey has a secret that could either bring them together, or tear them apart for good.
Look, I’d probably read Melanie Harlow’s grocery list if she published it. So, it should come as a surprise to absolutely no one that I enjoyed this book.
Plot overview: Meg comes home for her sister’s wedding and embarks on a friends-with-benefits scenario with her best friend from childhood, Noah. Sexy times and lots of intense emotional stuff ensues. It’s small-town romance at it’s finest.
Paranormal has been really hit or miss for me lately. It can all go so horribly wrong so fast--which makes me super leery of new-to-me authors. But I’m SO glad I set my fears aside and picked this little gem up.
I went into this one with a bit of trepidation. The word “player” in the title gave me visions of dirty manwhores, and I HATE dirty manwhores. But I’m so glad I didn’t let my manwhore prejudice get in the way of giving this book a chance, because not only was Luke, the hero, NOT a manwhore, he was a yummy cinnamon roll of the highest order. (And he was UNBEARABLY hot and sexy and a dirty talker, so...yeah, he was pretty much my book boyfriend catnip.)
This one was a re-read for me. I’ve read everything Celia Aaron has ever written, and I’ve never rated any of her books less than a 5, I don’t think. So, it should come as a surprise to absolutely no one when I say I loved this book.
Plot overview: Archaeology student Elise encounters mystery and intrigue on the property of Garrett Blackwood while investigating her father’s disappearance under the guise of an official dig. It’s a dark romantic suspense with a side of erotica, and sort of a loose interpretation of Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf.
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