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review 2018-04-16 02:55
Conflict of Interest Series #4
Leading the Witness (The Conflict of Interest Series) - Chantal Fernando

It's finally Hunter's turn and the sexy, tatted up lawyer does not disappoint. This one has a somewhat slower build on the romance with so many things keeping Hunter and Riley apart, but the chemistry between them is through the roof. I loved Hunter's patience as he quite literally woos Riley, breaking down her walls little by little. We also get some suspense by way of both Riley's ex and her past, and this one had some twists that I never saw coming. The story does stand on its own, but for those familiar with the wonderful characters of this series, we get plenty of peeks at past favorites and what is going on in their lives. This one did feel a bit more drawn out at times, but it's full of Fernando's trademark wit and sass, along with some intrigue and a romance that is both sweet and scorching hot. All in all, another solid addition to the series. 

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review 2018-04-04 00:00
The Sheikh's Determined Lover (Zahkim Sheikhs Series Book 2)
The Sheikh's Determined Lover (Zahkim Sheikhs Series Book 2) - Leslie North Love brought Christine to a foreign land, will it also convince her to stay? On a mission to find the truth and save the father she loves, Christine goes the distant to find proof of a legendary people and help finish his work. As a stranger in a foreign land, she finds more than she ever dreamed of when she meets Arif. He holds the key to her future, if he can unlock the door to her heart. Love is the driving force behind The Sheikh's Determined Lover. Will it win out in the end? Leslie North pulls at the heartstrings even as she tempts the senses.
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text 2018-03-26 17:21
Spending My Hard Earned Credits
Wednesday the Rabbi Got Wet: A Rabbi Small Mystery, Book 6 - Harry Kemelman,George Guidall
In This Bright Future: DC Smith Investigation Series, Book 5 - Gildart Jackson,Peter Grainger

I have been a member of Audible for so long now that I have quite a library built up for re-reading, which is how I spend two-thirds of my reading hours, such that between the daily deals and two-fer sales, spending a whole credit on just one book is reserved for special occasions, like adding the titles of authors that I really, really enjoy reading and want to have more of. Kemelman and Grainger are two of those authors.



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review 2018-02-26 21:57
Sizzler!! Adult Content
Dirty Therapy (A MFM Ménage Romance) (Th... Dirty Therapy (A MFM Ménage Romance) (The Dirty Series Book 1) - Tara Crescent

Dirty Therapy by Tara Crescent is a fairly short read, perfect for those with limited reading time.  It is a M/F/M menage book though, so it may not be for everyone.  Ms. Crescent has delivered a well-written book.  The characters are fantastic and lovable.  Mia finds her fiance of two hours having sex with someone else.  Ben and Landon are sex therapists.  Their story is packed with drama, humor, smokin' hot sex and a bit of suspense.  I enjoyed reading Dirty Therapy and look forward to reading more from Tara Crescent in the future.  Dirty Therapy is book 1 of the Dirty Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

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review 2018-01-26 00:10
Zero Day by Ezekiel Boone
Zero Day: The Hatching Series, Book 3 (Hatching Series, The) - Ezekiel Boone

Receiving this book via the Goodreads First Reads giveaway program meant reading the first two books in the series. This is definitely a trilogy that I likely would not have read were it not for winning the giveaway. Honestly, I entered it on a whim, and when I won, I started wondering what I had gotten myself into because this is a horror series about cannibalistic spiders and I’m an arachnophobe. What was I thinking?! So it was with a deep breath that I sat down with “The Hatching”. However, I was surprised! I not only enjoyed it, but I haven’t even had any nightmares! Ezekiel Boone does a good job of crafting a frightening apocalyptic-scale scenario with enough detail to be convincing but without turning to splatter-gore. There is a scientific and political approach to the problem by the main characters, and although there is a large cast of characters and many geographical locations, the story does not become bogged down or difficult to follow. The characters themselves are relatable, representing multiple viewpoints, and some of the issues which arise with the spider invasion parallel current political and social concerns.

Book 2, “Skitter”, achieved that often challenging feat of living up to the fast pace and intrigue of its predecessor, maintaining and continuing the storyline and the actions of the various characters. The ending hinted at an approaching denouement, as the main players and overarching narrative coalesced, but still with plenty of anticipation. This set the stage for the trilogy’s finale, “Zero Day.” What became even more evident in this climax was that beyond the horror of the spiders themselves was the collapse of civilization in the face of a threat that couldn’t be foreseen, one that tore away at the infrastructure and humanity of society. Sometimes the danger lies within ourselves as much as or even more so than in the outside force, and this perception of human nature undergirds the narrative and propels this series above many others in the horror genre. If you’re looking for a story that will make you think while also causing your spine to tingle—just make sure that’s not a spider crawling up your back—give The Hatching series a go!

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