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review 2016-12-31 03:05
Review: Her Naughty Holiday by Tiffany Reisz
Her Naughty Holiday (Men at Work) - Tiffany Reisz

http://witandsin.blogspot.com/2016/12/review-her-naughty-holiday-by-tiffany.html

 

Her Naughty Holiday is one of my favorite books of 2016! Clover and Erick’s story has everything I want in a romance – it’s sexy, heartwarming, and genuinely funny. Tiffany Reisz has a gift for blending eroticism with snappy humor and she’s an author who is now on my autobuy list because of this book.

Clover is a hardworking businesswoman who built her own company from the ground up and has made a smashing success of it. But that’s not good enough for her family, who may love her, but who criticize Clover constantly, never seeing her for the amazing, talented person she is. All they can focus on is the fact that she’s not married and reproducing, and anyone with a family like that would be stressed about them invading their home for Thanksgiving. With a little push from her helpful teenage employee, Clover asks single dad Erick to be her fake boyfriend for the holidays, just so she can get her family off her back.

What starts off as a crazy plan turns into a very real, very hot romance. Clover is a fantastic heroine who deserves an equally fantastic hero, and Erick fits the bill perfectly. He’s a divorced single dad with a snarky environmentalist/neo-pagan teenage daughter (who is so funny she threatens to steal the show), a contractor with a business of his own, and is kind and sexy-as-hell to boot. I fell for him immediately. Clover has a few insecurities about her looks and Erick never dismisses them, but instead lets her know how gorgeous he thinks she is. I loved that both he and Clover were in their thirties and didn’t mind scars or the messiness of life. In short, Erick and Clover were so fantastic together that I couldn’t stop smiling whenever they shared the page. Their burgeoning romance is by turns sweet, erotic, and charming, resulting in a completely addictive story.

I cannot express how much I loved Her Naughty Holiday. It’s bright, energetic, has snappy dialogue and memorable characters, and is seriously hot. Make sure you leave yourself enough time to read this in one sitting, because this is a story that grabs you from the first page and doesn’t let go. I cannot recommend Her Naughty Holiday enough – this is one holiday story I’ll be revisiting all year long.


FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Source: witandsin.blogspot.com/2016/12/review-her-naughty-holiday-by-tiffany.html
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review 2016-12-28 20:18
Porn for your mind!
Unwrapped: a MMF Holiday Romance - Taryn Quinn
Unwrapped by Taryn Quinn

 

Caitlyn's birthday is coming up and the only thing she wants from one of her two best friends to rid her of her virginity....the only problem is that she cannot choose between Matt and Tristan. She has been attracted to both of her best friends for years, they each have something that pulls her to them. When Matt finds out what Caitlyn wants he makes her an offer that she cannot refuse, not either Matt or Tristan, but both of them!

This book was so hot it was like a porno for your mind. There was so much sex going on it was hard to believe that Cait was a virgin...we have some MM, MF, and of course MFM.

I have to admit that I liked the after effects of their weekend together, I felt it was pretty realistic as to what may happen if you believed that after the weekend you would all just go back to your normal life....yeah that's not happening!

**I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book given to me by the author, this is a completely honest and non-incentivized review**

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review 2016-12-17 16:43
Heated Holiday
Heated Holiday: A Vampire Romance (Bureau of Paranormal Investigation Book 2) - Mandy M. Roth

Cambridge is one of the heads of the BPI (Bureau of Paranormal Investigation). The supernaturals are out to the world. Cassie is half fae and doesn't know it. Her mother married an asshole and anti-supe leader. He had consistently threatened Cassie while growing up. C&C meet when she tries to stop something from happening.
Instant attraction (of course, right?). I did really like this, with the crazy, fun cast of characters. I smiled quite a bit reading this.

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review 2016-12-15 04:19
His: MMF Bisexual Holiday Romance - Chloe Lynn Ellis

Three lonely people come together and find love. Luke does not question his feelings and brings Aiden and Ginnie into his life. Love grew quickly between them and feels right for all. Aiden and Ginnie have grown up in lives where they are insecure. Luke's family helped him become the strong person he is. I enjoyed the emotions as the trio find their place in their relationship. I recommend this story. It is a quick read with some steamy scenes.

I received a copy of this story, and this is my unsolicited review.

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review 2016-12-12 14:47
Review: Marry Me on Main Street by LuAnn McLane
Marry Me on Main Street (Cricket Creek) - LuAnn McLane

http://witandsin.blogspot.com/2016/12/review-marry-me-on-main-street-by-luann.html

 

Marry Me on Main Street is a super cute romance that’s sure to get you in the holiday spirit. LuAnn McLane’s eleventh Cricket Creek novel is a fast-paced, cheerful addition to the series and it’s a book that’s perfect to curl up with when you’re in the mood for something uplifting.

Danny is one of my favorite Cricket Creek heroes. He’s so kind, generous, patient, and warm-hearted that you wish he were real so you could snap him up. Danny’s biggest flaw is that he’s almost too giving, sacrificing his dream of woodworking in order to run his parents’ business and help his siblings run their own. Lately it’s been starting to wear on him and he feels like he doesn’t have his life together. For me, Danny’s internal struggle – whether to stay the course and not rock the boat or to go for his dreams – was the highlight of the book. It was relatable, interesting, and had me invested in the story from beginning to end. As for Susan, she’s a likeable heroine who is a little shy, somewhat insecure, and a bit slapstick klutzy. Susan didn’t grab my attention the way some other Cricket Creek heroines have, which was a pity because when I like a hero as much as I liked Danny, I want to be equally intrigued by their heroine. That’s not to say the romance was bad – far from it. After the first third of the book, Danny and Susan have a fast-paced, sweet romance. The only drama that comes in is manufactured by Susan, and it did make me want to shake her a couple of times. Given that Danny is the kind of hero who wears his feelings openly, Susan’s fears and avoidance tactics didn’t feel organic. Still, while I had a couple of issues, their romance is charming and lively for the most part, and by the end of the book the two of them had me grinning.

As with all of the Cricket Creek stories I’ve read, there’s a secondary romance, this one involving Susan’s friend and employee, Betsy, and the handsome former-lawyer-turned-deli-owner, John. Betsy and John’s romance was lovely and understated, but sometimes felt a bit too similar to the main love story. Both of them had interesting potential backstories that – had they been better fleshed out – would have made them shine and stand apart from the younger couple.

Marry Me on Main Street is a story of facing your fears and taking a chance on love. And what better, safer place can there be to do so than in Cricket Creek? The idyllic small Kentucky town is a character in and of itself in this series and it’s always a delight. If the town and its residents sometimes come off as too good to be true, then that’s okay. Once in a while it’s nice to take a break from the real world and enjoy something sweet, and Marry Me on Main Street fits the bill perfectly.


FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Source: witandsin.blogspot.com/2016/12/review-marry-me-on-main-street-by-luann.html
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