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review 2017-07-20 04:50
Going Gets Hot (Sapphire Falls; My Country Heart #4) by Rachelle Ayala
Going Gets Hot (Sapphire Falls; My Country Heart #4) - Rachelle Ayala

 

 

Stories like these are what keeps the dream alive. That hope of happily ever after existing around the corner from loneliness and down the street from heartache. Amber and Chad prove that there's someone out there for even the most awkward of souls. Trust in your heart, be true to yourself and anything is possible, if you believe. With Going Gets Hot, Rachelle Ayala blended her charming voice and positive outlook, with the heart of Sapphire Falls and had everything coming up roses. Another great asset to an already winning series.

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review 2017-07-12 00:00
Napa Crush: Single Girls Wine Club (Wine Country Romance Series Book 2)
Napa Crush: Single Girls Wine Club (Wine Country Romance Series Book 2) - Kate Kisset Ms. Kisset makes wine country a must see destination with her intoxicating tales. Like the most robust of wines, she delivers a bountiful combination. Napa Crush serves up the humor but does not hold back on the heart. Who knew one short story could leave such a lasting impression. The Santino boys are easy on the eyes but clueless when it comes to the heart. Kate Kisset, gives readers something to talk about with her huggable characters and lovable stories. The problem is once the party begins, it's hard to stop at just one.
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review 2017-07-05 02:26
Well-written
Country Nights - Winter Renshaw Country Nights - Winter Renshaw

Wonderfully written, great characters, lots of secrets, plenty of angst, and even a few chuckles to lighten the mood now and then. Life comes full circle for River and Leighton and I was completely engrossed in their journey. The flow of the story seemed a bit off at times with a chapter ending at one point and the next picking up somewhere else, almost like something was missing, but it all worked out and came together quite nicely in the end.

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