Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Say I'm Yours by Corinne Michaels

Sometimes it's hard for me to write reviews (who am I kidding, it's always hard), I struggled with writing this one because I love the story, adore the brothers but being the third and having his commitment issues he took a little longer to crawl into my reader heart. Now this doesn't mean he didn't eventually get there, his journey was just lined with "wtf's" and random kindle tosses because another heart was being played with while he figured his shit out.

Now Grace I fell for quickly. She is kind, loyal, beautiful and has a good heart. She knows what she wants and is so desperate to have her feelings returned. But after 20 years of back and forth her damaged feelings just couldn't take another hit. So she was done. Enter the other heart.

These two were meant to be in true Hennington fashion there is heart ache, friendship, angst, devotion, and a family that sticks together no matter what. I am always sated after finishing a book in this series but still jonzing for the next one like the addict I am.

Monday, March 20, 2017

Take Me Back by Meghan March

Take Me Back starts with a story that I love to read...the married couple that has drifted and has a come to Jesus moment within their marriage and they have to really assess where they are and where they want to go. I think it is because I have been with the same guy for 22 years and I always wonder what would happen, worst case scenarios and all. But the love, desire, friendship, and strength in a relationship is always tested within the borders of a marriage and delving into that is always a story I want to read. This one doesn't disappoint on that front...but there's more.

Dane and Kat have been living with each other for two years as a married couple and have yet to be completely honest with each other, so a trip to Belize is what Dane thinks will cure this ailment. A beautiful backdrop for a story of love, honesty, and what makes us who we are. It's like having your own tour guide through the crystal blue waters of paradise with a beautiful woman, tattooed hot bad ass and twists and turns that will keep you glued to your kindle.


Twist by Kylie Scott

Back to the bar...this one starts with a mix up that beats all mix-ups. Joe has been answering as his brother and never thought the woman he was growing so close to would just show up...but she did and from that moment on a friendship that started online blooms into more.

Alex is likable, strong even though she has many fears, and is loyal as they come. She is angry at first but after Joe shows that what he portrayed on line was who is he is in person she is sunk. She stays and makes the best of what slowly becomes an awkward situation. Alex held strong as a character that I remained connected to through out the story.

Joe on the other hand started strong and took a bit of a nose dive later in the story. I was rooting for the big guy that is always helping everyone else and hanging out in the background. Never looking for his more until he connects with a stranger online. One thing leads to another but real life comes slamming down on them both and makes for angst. MY FAVORITE. lol

I love Kylie Scott's stories, they always leave me wanting more yet completely sated at the same time. Can't wait for the next installment.


Devil You Know by L.A. Fiore

Holy angst! I love it when you have a story going just the way you need/want it to go and BAM..enter angst. The time that separates these two time and time again only adds to the absolute love and devotion that they have for each other. Twist after twist keeps you wanting, longing for both of these characters to finally get what they desperately need from each other. Soulmates from the time they met, nothing can keep these two from finally seeing there happily ever after....right?

LOVED it!! I recommend this one highly. Between the incredible writing style of L.A. Fiore and the heart churning story she effortlessly brings to light, you will not be disappointed.


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