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review 2017-10-30 21:13
Forbidden Puck June Winters
Forbidden Puck: A Hockey Romance - June Winters

June Winters scores with FORBIDDEN PUCK.  Ella Couture heads to Boston for the weekend to visit her NHL star brother, Lance.  She ends up spending more time with his line/roommate, Ryan Ryder.  The two know that they need to stay away from each other, but…This contemporary sports romance is suitable for adult audiences.

 

This is the first book that I read by June Winters.  I enjoyed her writing style and quickly added some of her other books to my “want to read” list.  She does a great job with her character development and plot.  I like Ella.  She is authentic and hard working.  Ryan is a great character.  He credits his recent hockey success to his chemistry with Lance.  That puts an interesting twist into the story. 

 

I enjoyed the similarities between Ryan and Ella.  For example, Ryan doesn’t know if women are interested in him because he is a hockey star and that Ella doesn’t know if guys just want to date her because she is a virgin, and they want to be her first.  I also appreciated, Ryan’s code and Ella’s honesty policy. 

 

The other characters in the story added some interesting tension to the plot.  Ella’s ex-boyfriend Mathew is a piece of work.  Lance’s personality is fascinating.  He is a bit self-centered.  He does have a good heart though. 

 

FORBIDDEN PUCK was well-written.  The story flowed well and held my interest from start to finish.  I love how the epilogue concluded the story.  I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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review 2017-10-29 21:50
Odd & True
Odd & True - Cat Winters
This novel was fun and entertaining. The story moved quickly and with gusto. I liked True’s apprehension and then later as the novel progressed, the fire that is ignited within her. I liked Od’s love for her sister and the determination that she had to succeed. I loved the variety of characters, their parts in the novel and their influence on the two sisters.
 
The history of the family gave the story a fantastic push, propelling the characters into a world where they were challenging themselves and facing their greatest fears. The handbag became central to me. Its history coupled with its lettering (which marked its beginnings), gave me hope as the sisters began their adventure. I feel that the author did a fantastic job with the descriptions in this novel.
 
True’s tea readings gave me a run for my money. I was over-analyzing the items she was observing in her cup, always thinking the worse. I loved how the sisters examined the different parts of their lives and reflected upon them, they were true detectives. It’s a novel of change as the sister’s relationship changed as the novel progressed and so did each of the sisters. This was an adventurous novel, a novel to have fun with and enjoy.

 

 Using this novel for Halloween Bingo, my Monster's square.

 

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review 2017-10-08 18:49
More Bo & Lucky...need I say more...
Reunion - Eden Winters

So last Wednesday a couple of my Buddy Read Besties and I did this thing where we all pulled up our copies of 'Reunion' by Eden Winters and we jumped, we dived and we unrepentantly fell into this story. It was Bo and Lucky at their best and without a doubt it was one of our best buddy reads EVAH!!!...well, almost we were missing a member...*side-eyes Josy* but she did pop in to visit from time to time so that helped.

 

I'm probably going to take my lazy reviewers way out on this one for a couple of reasons...one because hey already some awesome reviews out there, here's proof...

Simone's Awesome 'Reunion' Review

Christelle's Amazing Reunion Review

Thanks for sharing the fun with me ladies as always you made something fantastic even more so.

 

So I'm just going to add a few random thoughts on this one before moving on. First if you haven't read the previous books in this series...ok, I admit it I don't really understand but ok, yes I do...so many books so little time, but honestly make time for this series you won't regret or at least I can't imagine that you will...*side-eyes Josy, again*.

 

If you have read been reading this series I think you're really going to love this one. I know we've been left hanging white-knuckles and all on the edge of a cliff at times, we've been left wondering how these guys are every going to make it, clutching our teddys with tears in our eyes and diligently praying for more...like yesterday but in this one at the end of it all we were left feeling pretty damned good about things and yes, still wanting more.

 

'Reunion' was filled with so much emotion we laughed...Oh how we laughed, we had a couple of 'what the hell?' moments and there may have been a tissue or two sacrificed along the way but at the end of it all without a doubt this one was 100% worth reading. 

 

Like my friend and Buddy Read Bestie Simone, I've been with this amazing series for a few years now and there is zero doubt in my mind that I'm in it for the long haul and I love that we've added Christelle to team #LUCKYandBOforever! For as much as I loved reading this one Christelle and Simone sharing the experience with you both made it even better and I can't wait until the next one because I just know that we'll have our fourth member of this buddy read team on board and up to speed for it..."right Josy?" *that's right I'ma lookin' at you girlfriend*...no pressure though ;)

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review 2017-09-25 03:33
Entertaining
Knocking Boots - Willow Winters,Vivian W... Knocking Boots - Willow Winters,Vivian Wood,Donna Hokanson

Knocking Boots is my first book by Willow Winters and Vivian Wood.  It was a surprise to me.  I didn't expect to like it, but I did.  The Winters/Wood duo have delivered a well-written book.  The characters are a perfect fit for this story.  Charlie and Grace's story is full of drama, humor and sizzle.  I enjoyed reading Knocking Boots and would happily read more from these ladies.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

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review 2017-09-19 20:49
Great romance collection
Drawn to Him: A Romance Collection - Willow Winters,M. Never,L.J. Shen,K. Webster,Jade West,Isabella Starling,A. Zavarelli,K.L. Kreig

The beauty of a collection of novellas is that you can read them all, one after another, or you can pick one and enjoy a quick read, getting to them all over time. My favorite thing is discovering new to me authors. Drawn to Him has a great mix of eight authors, some I've read and some I'll be reading again. There's a little something for everyone who enjoys the romance genre. We get mystery, suspense, Alpha males, angst, and even a bit of the taboo. The stories are well-written and engaging, and while I liked some of the tales and characters more than others, I can honestly say that I enjoyed them all. 

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