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review 2017-10-11 00:00
Romance Destinations: A Series of Novellas
Romance Destinations: A Series of Novell... Romance Destinations: A Series of Novellas - Debbie White The reason that opposites attract is because the heart speaks a language that no person can predict. Like a compass, we are guided by emotions that are unexpected but no less truthful. Debbie White gets that and Gabe, Ryan and Cody may have been a little slow on the uptake but maybe that's why the road each travel for love was so profound. Using irresistible humor and seductive tales of romance, Romance Destinations steers right off the pages and into reality with lovelorn stories of wisdom, laughter and courage. This is one road trip that has pleasure written all over it.
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review 2017-07-17 21:43
Review: Keeping Her: A Dark Romance by Angela Snyder
Keeping Her: A Dark Romance (Keep Me Series Book 1) - Angela Snyder

What a roller coaster of emotions! One moment I was hating the characters, the next I was sympathizing with them, the next I was in love, and before I knew it was exasperated and then back in love. Crazy stuff! 

Now, I feel the most important thing I need to point out is that this is a dark romance and that there are some serious **** TRIGGER ISSUES **** that may make some readers uncomfortable so read with caution. 

The story, which was narrated in first POV by various characters, gave me that feeling of intense passion and angst. I think the author made a good job by portraying Lucian with so many emotional and character flaws, otherwise I wouldn’t have been able to overlook his numerous acts of possessiveness and cruelty, even after a very important truth is uncovered and he has no reason to keep acting that way. Adeline is the sweet and innocent girl that captures his attention in a way that no one thought possible. And when I say innocent, I really mean it, and for good reasons too. Odd thing was that it was hard for me to connect with and understand her character but I think that was because of everything that happened in her previous life and her current situation. I just couldn’t relate to her in any feasible way. 

The story has a good pace and flow although I found the characters talking too much to themselves and at times I found their inner dialogue a bit repetitive. However one thing I liked a lot was that even though Adeline started as a victim, she never behaved as one and that made her a more realistic character. 

On a side note, I was totally blindsided by what happened towards end and the cliffhanger. It’s a good thing we don’t have to wait too long how this story ends as the next installment will be out in only a couple of months. 

I received this book from the author at no cost to me and I volunteered to read it; this is my honest opinion and given without any influence by the author or publisher.

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url 2017-05-16 23:29
New Romance from Penny Reid
Dating-ish (Knitting in the City) (Volume 6) - Penny Reid
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url 2017-05-16 23:24
Free Romance from Terri Anne Browning
Angel's Halo - Terri Anne Browning
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url 2017-05-16 23:21
New Romance from Shyla Colt
Nip it in the Bud (Bunch-A-Blooms) - Shyla Colt
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