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by Megan Hart
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And the Kitchen Sink
And the Kitchen Sink rated it 2 years ago
Frustrating. I never really felt like I knew Alex or his motivations, he felt paper thin and I didn't feel like we knew much more about him at the end than we did in the beginning. Maybe because I didn't read the first book, but I always felt that I couldn't get a good grasp on who he was. Also, ear...
Sinful Book Reviews
Sinful Book Reviews rated it 5 years ago
I’ve been meaning to try out one of Megan’s books for a while now. I think I decided to try one when Collide came out. I just loved the cover. Then, I read some reviews of her books over at Under the Covers. They sounded delightful. Though I usually like historical romance, I do enjoy some contempor...
Housewife Blues and Chihuahua Stories
This is another brutally emotionally devastating read that will make you experience the entire roller coaster of feelings along with the books characters, love the fact that the HEA was not gotten to easily but instead Alex and Olivia had to work for it.
....And Then The Fandoms Came
....And Then The Fandoms Came rated it 5 years ago
Hmm....I have to say this is the first Megan Hart book that I actually didn't absolutely love(or at least think was worth 4 stars). I really wanted to like this one. In fact, I really thought I would. Maybe I just went in with too high expectations. In any case, Naked follows the story of Olivia and...
Dawn772 rated it 8 years ago
I really liked this erotic story that realistically ventured into differences in race, religion and sexual orientation. Black photographer Olivia meets Alex who 'doesn't like girls' at a Chrismukkah party hosted by her gay ex-fiance. I just wished I'd read Tempted first.
jojo1 rated it 9 years ago
I don't feel comfortable giving written reviews - I rate books for myself more than for others, a way to keep track of the books that I love to read, or sometimes not. But I can't let this book go unreviewed - Megan Hart is amazing. She has an unbelievable ability to make you live in the shoes of ...
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