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review 2018-12-17 13:06
REVIEW BY MERISSA - Chasing Butterflies (Bad Girls #1) by Jennifer Labelle
Chasing Butterflies (Bad Girls #1) - Jennifer Labelle

Chasing Butterflies is the first novella in the Bad Girls series. In it, we meet Sawyer. She left her home town with her big sister and never looked back. Now, due to the death of her sister, she returns there, needing a fresh start. Her first night in town, and she bumps into the one memory she was hoping to avoid.

This is a very fast-paced novella, although it is an easy read. Unfortunately for me, I didn't really connect with Carley before she died, so the impact on Sawyer was pretty much lost. And while I understood Sawyer's reasons for selling her parents' home, actually moving back there to work didn't make a lot of sense. Not exactly a fresh start.

Still, this was written very well, with love a foregone conclusion so the declarations that came thick and fast actually didn't seem that premature. For a quick coffee break book, then I would recommend this.

* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *

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review 2018-12-17 03:44
Good story, conquering past experience to find happiness.
Learning to Love - Jennifer Wilck

I liked this story even though it took me a bit to warm up to Adam. His past experiences shaped him, but I felt that he hung on too long to those feelings. I loved the instant heat between Dina and Adam, and how things worked out for them.

I received an ARC of this story through Goddess Fish Promotions, and this is my unsolicited review.

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review 2018-12-16 02:32
Dirty Little Secret (Wild Rose Ranch #1) by Jennifer Ryan
Dirty Little Secret - Jennifer Ryan



Ryan does it again. Dirty Little Secret steams up the bookshelf as it puts a move on even the hardest heart. Roxy and Noah are forced their painful pasts to have a chance at a happy future. She's run long enough. Now's the time to face some hard truths about herself and the people who were supposed to love her. He's the heartache she never saw coming. She's the drama he can't forget. Can a father she lost, a last name she shares and a ranch she never wanted, give her the chance at the family she never hoped to have. A heartwarming scorcher.

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review 2018-12-16 02:24
Cold Hearted Bastard (Bastards Series Book 1) by Jennifer Dawson
Cold Hearted Bastard - Jennifer Dawson



He makes the rules. She's about to break them all. Dawson makes a cold heart a temptation not to be missed. Jackson are Gwen are a match made in fire. He knows how to keep his cards close and she thrives at keeping him on his toes. It's a fight to the finish and the culmination is explosive.

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review 2018-12-15 16:52
All I Want for Christmas
All I Want for Christmas - Jennifer Gracen
This was a nice, sweet story. Sean and Cassie dated for a 1 1/2 years while Cassie was in college. She was 20 to his 23 (if I remember correctly). While at one of Cassie's college events, someone said something to Sean and he broke things off. Fast forward 7 1/2 years and they meet again.
This is one of those 2nd chance romances where they never fell out of love and no one ever matched the first love. Sean makes the effect to talk about his past/insecurities and I thought they were going to move forward, but then Cassie makes a similar mistake to Sean's. *Sigh* But, this time they talk it out (imagine that!). I did think the ending was rushed.
I would have liked to read about Cassie's realization of her boss's behavior as being 100% inappropriate and not "that's how things are." I expected more. Sean called it out for exactly what it was. (Go Sean!).


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