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review 2018-06-01 00:00
Accidental Triplets - A Secret Babies for the Billionaire Romance (San Bravado Billionaires' Club Book 4)
Accidental Triplets - A Secret Babies for the Billionaire Romance (San Bravado Billionaires' Club Book 4) - Layla Valentine Accidental Triplets is a tale our hearts have come to know, yet never gets tired of hearing. Cinderella yearns to get her invitation to the ball, but life seems to keep getting in the way. Will she ever meet her Prince Charming and make all her dreams come true? Cassidy and Rhys are a modern kind of fairytale. There are no princes. There are no damsels in distress. Rayner sets out to inspire the dreamer in our souls and awaken the romantic within our hearts.
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review 2018-05-22 20:09
Valentine's Day at the Star and Sixpence (Star and Sixpence #1.5) by Holly Hepburn
Valentine's Day at the Star and Sixpence - Holly Hepburn

I just couldn't care about any of these characters. This was a short 35 page story that didn't do much to develop the characters past where they left off at the end of book one. There wasn't a point to this story other than maybe fan service. There wasn't anything for new readers to get into and I just can't see myself reading anything else in this series.

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review 2018-04-20 20:54
Returning for Valentine's - Victoria Pinder,Greta Buckle

Returning For Valentine's by Victoria Pinder is a quick read, perfect for those with limited reading time.  This is my first book by Victoria Pinder and frankly, I'm a little disappointed.  Beth and Nathan's story is full of drama, angst, spice and a bit of humor.  It is choppy and disjointed though, not the smooth read I expected.  I will reserve judgment though on Ms. Pinder's writing abilities and try one of her longer books.  I've heard from authors that it's hard to write a book this short.  


I voluntarily read a complimentary copy of this book that I received from Bookfunnel.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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text 2018-04-19 14:03
Valentine on Sale Today for 99ยข
Valentine - Michelle Hughes

You think you know what love is, even if you've fought against feeling that emotion your entire life. Valentine was my life altering moment. Have you ever wanted something desperately, but knew to have it would destroy everything you were? Lust is a powerful motivator. His passions were dark, and they called to a primitive part of my soul I didn’t know I possessed. He didn’t make love, instead he wanted a woman willing to be claimed, owned, giving her heart, mind, and soul. At least that’s how I saw him. The truth was I didn’t know him at all. I watched him play at a local BDSM club and everything I thought I knew about life changed irrevocably.

Who I was, what he was, none of it mattered. Our eyes met, and it was like the world stopped spinning and for that one moment we were suspended in time. I couldn’t catch my breath and he couldn’t look away. The feeling was so powerful that when my feet would move again, I ran. You think you know what love is. What if everything you thought you knew was a lie? Surrender is a powerful word. Escaping the reality of who you are and giving in to the fantasy? That’s even more terrifying. What would you do?

“Valentine is a full-length standalone novel. No cheating, alpha hero, virgin heroine, billionaire, with elements of romantic suspense. This new romance by Kindle Scout Winner, Michelle Hughes, is a seduction of the mind and will take you on one wild ride.”

Source: amzn.to/2vnXM6u
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review 2018-03-29 02:08
A Crankenstein Valentine - Samantha Berger,Dan Santat

For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle

A cute story about a kid who is not a fan of Valentine's Day. I really enjoyed the twist at the end.

The thing I really liked about this book was the illustrations. The text focuses on how Crankenstein is feeling, but the illustrations foreshadow other events in the story. Great detail. A fun and silly book that is very entertaining.

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