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review 2018-10-20 08:58
Audiobook Review: Colton (Wild Men, #1) by Melissa Belle (Author), Jeremy York (Narrator), Lacy Laurel (Narrator
Colton (Wild Men, #1) - Jeremy York,Lacy Laurel

 

 

Colton brings a hint of sentiment to a risque romance. Sky is the girl that got away. Colton is the boy she can't seem to forget. What began as a teenage infatuation takes ten years to blossom into more. With the written talents of a hopeless romantic like Melissa Belle and the suave vocal stylings of Laurel and York, it's easy to understand why this duo lays claim to the heart.

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review 2018-10-19 12:24
Audiobook Review: Whispers at Seaside (Sweet with Heat: Seaside Summers #10) by Addison Cole
Whispers at Seaside - Addison Cole,Andi Ardnt,Sebastian York

 

 

For every moment of sunshine there has been torrents of rain. The Lacroux siblings have weathered tragedy, alcoholism and rebuilding their broken family while finding individual happiness. Now it's Matt's turn to find his happy ending. Whispers at Seaside is a haunting tale of new beginnings and happy endings. Emotions run deep, but so does the power of pure love.

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review 2018-10-19 02:49
Snowed in for Christmas (Holiday Acres, #2; Silver Bell Falls, #4; Pine Harbour, #8) by Noelle Adams, Zoe York, Samantha Chase
Snowed in for Christmas - Noelle Adams,Zoe York,Samantha Chase

 

 

I'm in the mood for love. Aren't you? Tis the season for feel good stories that ward off the chill and make the heart rejoice. Snowed in for Christmas makes for a great stocking stuffer. Three unforgettable voices unite in a song of courageous hope, irresistible romance and powerful storytelling. Chase, York and Adams remind us there's a hint of grinch in us all, but a bad attitude does not hide a pure heart. Fun, flirty and heartwarming. Chase away those winter blues with the healing power of love.

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review 2018-09-30 05:52
Catch
I Think I Love You - Lauren Layne

This is book #5, on the Oxford series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  To avoid spoilers, and enjoy this amazing series, I recommend reading this in order.

 

Brit and Hunter are best friends.  They work together, and he is her boss, technically.  They make a great team.  So he is the ideal man to ask why everyone friend zones her instead of wants to date her seriously.

 

Hunter has recently noticed Brit as a woman and more than a friend.  Her asking him to teach her seduction is apparently working too well.  Now he has to figure out how to help his best friend without hurting her and their friendship on the way.

 

This was a great end to an incredible series!  I love this author, and all her works.  Always worth reading.  This book was a great fast pace, with some serious humor and side order of heat.  I absolutely adored reading about this couple falling in love.  I give this a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

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review 2018-09-25 17:07
Bad Call by Mike Scardino
Bad Call: A Summer Job on a New York Ambulance - Mike Scardino

This is a morbidly fascinating book if you are into gross and disturbing and strange true accounts of real life horror (yeah, that’s me). It takes a lot to gross me out but this book managed to do it. I do not recommend reading it while eating breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks.

 

Mike Scardino worked as what he calls an “Ambulance Attendant” to help fund his college tuition in the late ‘60’s. I think he wishes he hadn’t because by time the book ends, he seemed truly scarred for life after seeing and smelling some truly revolting and heartbreaking sights. The writing is unpolished but that is not a criticism. It felt natural, raw and almost like a personal journal. I love that it wasn’t scrubbed clean. My only complaint was the lack of question marks throughout the text. The lack of them kept tripping me up.

 

It’s not uplifting in any way and there’s only a wee bit of humor sprinkled throughout. The overall feel of the book once you’ve finished is pretty bleak, truth be told. People are stupid and have lousy self-preservation skills, yeah, but terrible things happen to everyone and there’s no stopping them usually. Babies fall out of windows, diabetes will come for your limbs, you will die and maybe no one will notice until the flies start to breed. Bad Call (and they’re mostly all bad calls here) is absorbing and once you start it’s oh-so-hard to look away but once you’re done you’ll want to find something to make yourself happy. If you like this kind of thing you’ll know it and you’ll want to get yourself a copy of this book.

 

Here are a few quotes to ruin your day (you’re welcome):

 

“What often bothers me more than seeing how people die is seeing how they live.”

 

And this one, it’s my favorite.

 

“Something is a little unsettling. It’s his blood. The way it feels.

 

It feels good. Warm as it is. Running down my hand and arm on this in seasonably cold night. Nice and warm. It feels really good.

 

God help me. What the hell is happening to me.”

 

Just pretend there’s a question mark there at the end, ok?!

 

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