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text 2015-03-20 03:30
Losing It: A Collection of V-Cards
Losing It: A Collection of VCards - M.A. Peart,Stacey Wallace Benefiel,Julie Prestsater,Helen Boswell,Ednah Walters,Kristina Circelli,Heather Hildenbrand,Tamara Rose Blodgett,Julia Crane,Bethany Lopez,Alexia Purdy,Milda Harris,Amy Miles,Tish Thawer,S.M. Boyce,Misty Provencher,Nikki Jefford,

 

Confession: I admit it, okay!! I love, LOVE! Shocker, I know... who doesn't! But seriously, I'm all about the feels...whether it be a innocent, YA first kiss, or the down and dirty, OMG, kind of hotness, I love it all! And yes, I too have fallen for the occasional book boyfriend. However... my true confession, is that every book boyfriend only reminds me of husband, not the other way around. My hunky hubby is dark and brooding at 6'3", 215 lbs, with broad shoulders and lips and eyes that melt my knees. Yes, it's true...I'm a lucky girl!

Another secret I need to share is that I didn't read much growing up. In fact, I didn't pick up my first romance novel until I was near my thirties...O.o (which I'm now well past!) LOL. With that in mind, I can honestly say my first book boyfriend was Maddox from Gena Showalter's, Lords of the Underworld series. Holy Hannah! The fact that Maddox and my husband shared so many traits, it was easy to fall for him. My second book boyfriend was Rome, from Showalter's Tales of an Extrodinary Girl series. (Apparently, I may also have a small crush on Ms. Showalter herself.) :p

I'm honored to have been a part of the Losing It collection and can't wait to hear what you think! If you enjoy the book, please mention it to your romance reading friends. This is a 2015 limited edition collection. Twenty-two sexy scenes for only $3.99.

Here's an excerpt from The Release of Rae, my story, pulled from the Ovialell series companion short, The Rise of Rae.

 

 

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review 2014-06-01 00:00
Fifty First Times: A New Adult Anthology
Fifty First Times: A New Adult Anthology - Sophie Jordan,Carrie Ryan,Tracy Wolff,Hannah Moskowitz,Andrew Shaffer,Lisa Desrochers,A.L. Jackson,Julie Cross,Roni Loren,Cole Gibsen,Gennifer Albin,J. Lynn,Myra McEntire,Melissa Landers,Melissa West,Lyla Payne,Alessandra Thomas,Lauren Layne,Sophia Bleu, 01.06.14 Only read Believe in me by J. Lynn. 4 stars. Male POV. Love Ollie*-*
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review 2014-05-28 00:00
Fifty First Times: A New Adult Anthology
Fifty First Times: A New Adult Anthology - Sophie Jordan,Carrie Ryan,Tracy Wolff,Hannah Moskowitz,Andrew Shaffer,Lisa Desrochers,A.L. Jackson,Julie Cross,Roni Loren,Cole Gibsen,Gennifer Albin,J. Lynn,Myra McEntire,Melissa Landers,Melissa West,Lyla Payne,Alessandra Thomas,Lauren Layne,Sophia Bleu, This anthology was a hit or miss for me. Some of the stories were engaging and enjoyable, such as one of the first stories, Daylight, a very sweet romance. I mostly read the book for J. Lynn's story, Believe in Me. I liked it, but wanted more of a story for Ollie. This is definitely one to give a try. There is something in here for everyone.
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review 2014-05-06 21:04
I wanted more.
Fifty First Times: A New Adult Anthology - Julie Cross,J Lynn,Molly McAdams,Sophie Jordan

 

 I read only J. Lynn's story from her Wait for You series. To be honest, I think Ollie and Brit could (and should) have had a full novella. A book would have made it too dramatic, but some more chapters would have made it much better and less abrupt.

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text 2014-03-25 05:44
Reading progress update: I've read 26%.
Fifty First Times: A New Adult Anthology - Sophie Jordan,Carrie Ryan,Tracy Wolff,Hannah Moskowitz,Andrew Shaffer,Lisa Desrochers,A.L. Jackson,Julie Cross,Roni Loren,Cole Gibsen,Gennifer Albin,J. Lynn,Myra McEntire,Melissa Landers,Melissa West,Lyla Payne,Alessandra Thomas,Lauren Layne,Sophia Bleu,

Just finished Cole Gibsen's "Once Bitten" - honestly, it wasn't that good. Probably the first dud of this respective collection for me.   Avery and Tanner are former romantic interests who unite to find a missing kid, and it feels like their search is deprioritized against their reunion drama. Not just cheesy pick up lines and cliched elements, but risky situations and unrealistic consequences.  1 or 1.5 stars. 

 

Moving on.

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