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review 2017-08-19 00:11
Short Historical Romance
The Perfect Fiancé - Bianca Blythe

The Perfect Fiance by Bianca Blythe is an entertaining quick read.  This is a perfect choice for those with limited time for reading.  Ms Blythe has given us a well-written book.  The characters are lovable.  Rosamund and Marcus' story is sprinkled with drama and humor.  I enjoyed reading The Perfect Fiance and would happily read more from Bianca Blythe in the future.  The Perfect Fiance is book 0.5 of the Matchmaking For Wallflowers Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

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review 2017-08-02 04:06
Something So Perfect (Something So #2) by Natasha Madison
Something So Perfect - Natasha Madison Something So Perfect - Natasha Madison

I adored Natasha Madison’s SOMETHING SO PERFECT.  This is the story of NHL bad boy, Matthew Grant, and the NEW York Stingers’ team owner’s daughter, Karrie Cooney.  After screwing up his NHL career, Matthew is given a second chance with the stipulation that he is assigned a chaperone 24/7 (Karrie).  We heard Mathew’s mom and step-dad’s story in book one, SOMETHING SO RIGHT.  I appreciate that Natasha Madison followed up with Mathew’s story and that Cooper and Parker play a role in the tale.  This contemporary sports romance is suitable for adult audiences. 

 

I love the chemistry between Matthew and Karrie.  Their verbal sparring is amusing.  Mathew is the epidemy of alpha male.  He is persistent and a bit over the top when it comes to Karrie.  Karrie is sassy and smart.  Having to spend so much time together, the two get to know each other well.   They truly appreciate each other for who they are.  They have interesting obstacles and drama to overcome.   

 

I enjoy Natasha Madison’s writing style.  It flows well and has a great pace.  The plot was creative and skillfully executed.  I love how SOMETHING SO PERFECT ended and cannot wait for the next book, SOMETHING SO IRRESISTIBLE, to read what happens.  I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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review 2017-08-01 07:24
Book Review For: Saving Mr. Perfect by Tamara Morgan
Saving Mr. Perfect (Penelope Blue) - Tamara Morgan

'Saving Mr. Perfect' by Tamara Morgan is book Two in the "Penelope Blue" series. This continues the story of Penelope "Pen" and Grant. I do feel that you should read the previous book "Stealing Mr. Right" first. Pen has given up her life of crime but its not so fun being a housewife. But there is a new theft in town it seems...but some think is Penelope back at it. But Grant knows differently and Pen is starting to think it might be her Step-Mother who is back in town. Pen goes forward with trying to solve the mystery of who is doing these thefts.
This is a real exciting read with some mystery to it along with a few funny parts. Can't wait to read the next installment in this series.
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text 2017-07-30 20:05
The Perfect Homecoming by Julia London 99 Cents and KU
The Perfect Homecoming - Julia London

Emma Tyler’s cool exterior and penchant for sarcasm keep most people from getting too close…and an unusual compulsion drives her to steal from the few men who do. When her trophy-collecting habit goes too far, she quits her ritzy event-planning job in Los Angeles and runs away to Pine River, hiding with her estranged half-sisters at Homecoming Ranch and caring for Leo Kendrick, her ailing friend.

 

Thrillseekers Anonymous founder Cooper Jessup has his hands full with work and his brother’s looming prison release date. But when a client asks him to track down Emma Tyler to retrieve a stolen memento, Cooper can’t turn down the money…or the chance to see the beautiful Emma again.

 

When Cooper comes to collect the item, Emma refuses to admit the horrible truth. This handsome man may see right through her steely veneer, but can he get close enough to show her how love and honesty can heal a troubled heart?

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review 2017-07-29 16:12
One Perfect Lie - Lisa Scottoline

With thanks to Netgalley and St Martin's Press for this ARC in exchange for an open and honest review.

 

The story begins with Chris Brennan being interviewed for the post of teacher/assistant basketball coach.  The reader knows straight away that Chris is using a fake identity and fake qualifications.

 

Chris is particularly interested in three boys who are in his class and members of the Muskateer baseball team.  Evan Kostis is is the son of a doctor and star player of the team. Raz Sematov whose father died the year before of cancer and Jordan Larkin who is from a single parent family.

 

Chris wants one of the boys to be his 'unwitting'.  'His intent is to manipulate the boy, but it is just the means to the end'.  The story is told from the POV of Chris and the boys mothers Heather Larkin, Susan Somatov and Mindy Kostis.

 

This book had so many twists and turns I was dizzy.  In step two the reason for Chris being in school was revealed, I did not see it coming.  Personally I did not enjoy step 3 because I did not enjoy James Bond helicopter chases.  I thought Chris and The Rabbi were intriguing characters and I would like to read another book with them.

 

I highly recommend this psychological/political thriller.  I would of given this book 5 stars but I did not enjoy the action scenes.

 

 

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