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text 2017-04-03 06:11
The Rainbow Clause by Beth Bolden Book Blitz and Giveaway

The Rainbow Clause
Beth Bolden
Publication date: April 3rd 2017
Genres: Adult, Romance

Heisman winner. Member of the National Championship team. NFL Rookie of the Year. Quarterback Colin O’Connor knows he’s become the ultimate romance novel cliché: all the success he’s ever dreamed of but nobody to share it with. Too bad it’s not as simple as asking out the next girl who intrigues him – because the next girl to intrigue him probably won’t be a girl at all.
Unexpectedly, the solution comes in one neat package: Nick Wheeler, lead journalist for a leading sports and pop culture blog. Hired by Colin’s team, Nick comes to Miami to shine a spotlight on the NFL’s most private quarterback.
The heat in Miami rises when Nick discovers that Colin is nothing like the hollow personality he pretends to be in interviews and he’s even hotter in person than on his Sports Illustrated cover. Nick knows this is the story of his career, and after spending his teenage years as a bullied, closeted teen, it hits very close to home. What he needs is to help Colin share his story while keeping their growing relationship from boiling over in the press, but what he wants is to tell the world.

Author Bio:
Beth Bolden lives in Portland, Oregon with her supportive husband and their beloved cat. She wholly believes in Keeping Portland Weird, but wishes she didn’t have to make the yearly pilgrimage up to Seattle to watch her Boston Red Sox play baseball. She’s a fan of fandoms, and spends too much of her free time on tumblr.
Beth has been writing practically since she learned the alphabet. Unfortunately, her first foray into novel writing, titled Big Bear with Sparkly Earrings, wasn’t a bestseller, but hope springs eternal. She’s published two novels, The Lucky Charm and Getting Lucky, and a short story, Eye of the Storm. Her next novel, Summer Attractions, will be released in August 2016.

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review 2016-04-30 00:00
Penalty Clause
Penalty Clause - Fiona Davenport 3.5 stars

Low angst smut book. I enjoy it. And don't worry. It's safe. :))

What I disliked :
- Too much sex for me. But I bet the others would like this.
- The BDSM scene bored me out.
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review 2016-01-19 00:00
Penalty Clause
Penalty Clause - Fiona Davenport OTT alphas, especially ones that do stuff that in "real life" would have you running to your nearest police station, are like catnip to me! So it's no surprise that I ADORED this book! Caleb was awesome, and he even had me laughing out loud on a couple occasions with his antics! Madeleine was also a great character, even if it took her a bit longer to get on board with Caleb's agenda.

It's a short book so the story moves quickly, there really isn't any over the top angst. There is a jealous/nasty OW, but it isn't even a thing! There is a smidgen of BDSM, but it is pretty tame. Overall I really enjoyed this book, and can't wait to read Brysen's when it comes out!
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review 2014-06-15 00:00
The Ackles Clause
The Ackles Clause - Jay Tryfanstone Excellent short story from Jay Tryfanstone. Jared is a porn star that falls for porn director Jensen in a big way, but everything he tries seems to fall flat.

'The guy is smoking. Like, burn up the screen smoking. Like, be still my beating heart, get down on your knees and wrap your mouth around my dick now smoking. It's like they're on the Footloose set: Bryan Adams is singing, and Jared feels like he's crash-landed without a parachute.'
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review 2014-04-09 00:00
The Kill Clause
The Kill Clause - Gregg Hurwitz In The Kill Clause, a group of ex-cops and others form a vigilante execution squad. They find where injustices have been performed and the perps that have been able to escape justice from the system, and execute their own justice. They recruit Tim Rackley, a county sheriff and former US Marshall and Special Forces operative who recently lost his own child in a homicide. Rackley agrees and begins to take out some of these targets. He’s disgusted by the Mastersons, a pair of brothers who are also part of the group, who seem to be doing this simply to satisfy their own blood lust. Rackley involves the kill clause, which dissolves the group, and then has to hunt down the Mastersons to stop them on their trail of murder.

This novel is fast pace and visceral, qualities that I enjoy. On the down side, I thought the writing was mediocre and the story line was a bit farfetched. It was enjoyable to a certain degree, but not a novel that is going to resonate long after you’ve read it. Although, I would recommend reading it, this isn’t exactly a great novel.

Carl Alves – author of Blood Street
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