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review 2017-06-26 22:26
The Mech Who Loved Me (The Blue Blood Conspiracy Book 2) - Bec McMaster

The next installment of Bec McMaster's London Steampunk series brings together a Mech who hates Blue Bloods and a Blue Blood who doesn't like drinking blood and is the most innocent and sweet woman Kincaid has ever met. I loved their chemistry and their adventure as they seek out the Sons of Gilead and a mysterious poison that can kill Blue Bloods. Along the way, Kincaid comes to re-evaluate his beliefs and Ava learns to trust a man that in a lot of ways is her complete opposite. Their passion, their love affair, their adventure, and the road they take in getting to know and love each other was both sweet and enticing. He brings out the naughty side of the virgin Ava and she brings out the softer and more compassionate side in Kincaid. Perfect match. The culmination at the end with the conflicts and plot were great; it kept you turning the page to see if they were going to survive to love another day or walk away from each other at the end of the case.  The story was great. I love it.

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review 2017-06-22 01:10
The Man Who Loved Too Much - Book 1: Archipelago - John Rachel,Cassandra Nutterknoll,Archimedes Delusio III

Billy Green certainly had an interesting life growing up which is what this book is about. Taking Billy from about the age of four until almost his junior year in college. His mother doted on him and his father was absolutely horrible to him. I could not believe some of the things that man said to Billy.

Billy was certainly funny in his ways of looking at things. I really enjoyed reading about Billy. There were a few times when it slowed down and I had to skip a few pages. However, for the most part, this was a very entertaining read. The descriptions and phrases used were hilarious at times. I pretty much sped through the pages, laughing most of the way, until Billy got to college and met Natalie. Then it sort of became redundant and rather lackluster. The ending . . .

Yeah, that's about it was. Then I realized there are more Billy books. If the rest of his time with Natalie is as unexciting as it was in this book, I don't think I have the desire to carry on. However, until that point, I was a huge Billy fan.

Thanks to Literary Vagabond Books and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.

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review 2017-06-20 05:17
Book Review For: The Hitman Who Loved Me by Shady Grace
The Hitman Who Loved Me - Shady Grace
The Hitman Who Loved Me (McCoy's Boys #3)The Hitman Who Loved Me by Shady Grace
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

3.5 Stars
' The Hitman Who Loved Me" by Shady Grace is book Three in the "McCoy's Boys" series. This is the story of Jamie and Sam .
I have not yet read the other books in this series so for me this was a standalone book.
Jamie is just trying to survive after having a very hard time growing up and not she is just trying to work her way out of a bad situation. When Jamie looses her job she is in trouble because she owes a lot of money to someone. So she takes a quickie job to deliver a suitcase...in exchange she will get a large sum of money. Enough that she can pay off her debit and move away for a fresh start. Jamie had worked at a restore and she had briefly met Sam there but he up and left the next day. So she is surprised to meet him at a hotel where she is to make the exchange.
Sam who is a Hitman who was called away from a restore to go help out a friend who is being blackedmailed and to take down the person involved. Which appears that Jamie is one of the parties involved in this scheme. When he met Jamie at the resort he was attracted to her but he had used a different name. So he pretends to be that same person and act like they just met again by accident until he can find out what she is up to.
This was an exciting read for sure but I just failed to really get into the story. Overall I am glad to have read the book and would recommend it if you like this hitman type romances.
McCoy's Boys series:
Book 1: Beautiful Criminal
Book 2: Never Give You Up
Book 3: The Hitman Who Loved Me
"My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."

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Source: www.amazon.com/Hitman-Who-Loved-McCoys-Boys-ebook/dp/B01F0YVQDU/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1497804834&sr=1-1&keywords=The+Hitman+Who+Loved+Me+Shady+Grace
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review 2017-05-28 09:07
Book Review For: The Demon Who Loved Me by Jessie Lane
The Demon Who Loved Me (Big Bad Bite Series Book 4) - Jessie Lane

'The Demon Who Loved Me' by Jessie Lane is book Three in the "Big Bad Bite' series. This is the story of Chloe and Kent. I have read the first book in the series but feel this is easily a standalone series.
We did meet Kent in the first book 'Big Bad Bite' but he was a secondary character with just supporting role.
Chloe is trying to help her family who is dealing with allot of issue right now. Although she is attracted to Kent she knows he is a 'man whore'. Chloe has been hurt before and she won't be getting serious about Kent...or so she thinks.
Kent does have a string of one night stands with a cut off of just three nights. Kent is looking for commitment until he meets Chloe. But can he convince her that he is the man for her.
"My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."

Source: www.amazon.com/Demon-Who-Loved-Bite-Book-ebook/dp/B06Y5MNTBB/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1495925867&sr=8-1&keywords=The+Demon+Who+Loved+Me
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review 2017-05-26 06:27
Age gap yum yum!
At Attention - Annabeth Albert
  • A Group Unicorn Review with Adam and Cupcake

    FOUR HEARTS--I've seen this author's work, perused the blurbs and I didn't bite.

    But this blurb was the prettiest show pony with SRAL approved buzz words and themes:

    widower still grieving after partner's passing (bring on the pain)
    widower has kidlets AND needs a manny
    manny is the widower's best friend's little brother
    best friend's brother has had a crush on widower since his teens


    Of course, I lassoed the hell out of this book and gobbled all the words.

    Being as it's my first Annabeth Albert read, I'm not sure how it rates on the Annabeth Albert scale. If this was very on her A-game or there's better? *shrugs*

    I was entertained and had a great time reading At Attention.

    23 year-old Dylan gets a chance of his lifetime when his unrequited crush hires and moves him in his San Diego home for the summer. Dylan's crush, 34 year old Apollo needs a nanny to take care of his adorable 4 year old twins whole Apollo works on a naval base. This book can be read as a standalone, I wasn't lost. And I'm curious about the previous and future pairings.

    Dylan tries to tamp down his lusty feelings as Apollo works through his grief. Two years has passed but there is no time limit on grieving. And Apollo is a grumpy, more reserved bundle of emotions. He would take time to start to contemplate having feelings for another man. Luckily, Apollo's libido isn't broken. And try as he might, he can't deny the easiness he has with Dylan. The camaraderie and sharing his daily worries of being a single parent added more base to their friendship foundation formed with Dylan was just a teen.

    The story is a good mix of nerdy, adorable, (lightly) angsty, sexy and sweet. Dylan can't stop his feelings from blooming once again. Apollo sees his friend's kid brother in a new light, an adult. They try going the friendship route on equal terms, but their bodies won't be denied.

    The sex in this book?

    The sex was...hot. If I had to give it a flavor, it's hot vanilla custard. Sweet, varied and with a hint of spice. (highlights: intercrural (yay!), frottage, light domination/ control a smidge of exhibition) There is mirror sex but, it could've been hotter in my opinion. I might have been spoiled by a hotter mirror scene in another NA series I've read.

    The grieving and the time given for Apollo to work through his process was more important factor for me. Apollo plays hot and cold. The ghost of his lover is one he surrounds himself with daily and it's hard to break through. Dylan makes him crack through the shell. Plus, he's possessive and doesn't want any other guy getting Dylan's time. He wants it all to his self. That was bonus characteristics that I enjoy. The possessiveness and the control in the bedroom (of course).

    The best bonus of all? Dylan wasn't a pushover. And he spoke his mind even if might hurt, be it himself or Apollo. I'm #teamDylan all day!

    This story was really good. Not Earth shattering, or extremely memorable. For all themes it had going on, it worked. The writing is easy to read, all of the characters are likeable. All of them from kids to grandmas. I really liked how it ended, well maybe before the fluffed ending. It was added sugar I could have done without. But HEA lovers will totes lurve it.

    This couple totally worked for me and I see them having a long loving future ahead of them.

    Recommended for readers who enjoy contemporary, like the tropes I listed and wallow in second chance romance.

    Come join me as I ride my pretty pony into the sunset.

    #NoRegrets #teamDylan

    A copy provided via Netgalley for an honest review.
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