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review 2017-06-22 19:13
Review: Loose Lips (Dusty Deals #5) by Rae Davies
Loose Lips - Diane Rae Davis

This was another fun installment in the Dusty Deals series. Lucy is prodded into entering a contest for best window display in Helena while the town's newest coffee place is killing her friend's business. This new coffee place is - you guessed it- serving up more than just coffee! When one of the "business" owner winds up dead, several people in Lucy's social circle are suspected of being the murder. There were a few red herrings, but the plotline never got so tangled to be unbelievable. Det. Peter Blake seems more in tune with Lucy's intuitions and schemes, and believes in her instincts more than the new part-time detective the force hired. I hope Blake puts Klein in his place in the next book. I really enjoyed the deepening of Blake and Lucy's relationship. Overall, just a good time reading this book.


Read for COYER Summer Reading List 2017

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review 2017-05-14 00:00
Locking Lips (Kiss Talent Agency Book 2)
Locking Lips (Kiss Talent Agency Book 2) - Virna DePaul In the heat of the moment they lost their heads and listened to their baser instincts. Now two strangers are losing their minds as they slowly open their hearts to all the possibilities. Sometimes a person has to step out of their head in order to listen to their heart. Heather and Caleb are fire and ice. The love -hate relationship works for them. As they walk the fine line between temptation and romance and love and hate, it's hard to guess what the end result would be. Yet it proves a fun experience to try. Locking Lips starts off hot, hits on hilarious and ultimately ending up winning my heart.
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review 2016-09-25 00:00
Loose Lips: Fanfiction Parodies of Great (and Terrible) Literature from the Smutty Stage of Shipwreck
Loose Lips: Fanfiction Parodies of Great... Loose Lips: Fanfiction Parodies of Great (and Terrible) Literature from the Smutty Stage of Shipwreck - Amy Stephenson,Casey Childers,Na'amen Gobert Tilahun This wasn't really what I was expecting. I've read some fanfiction, but what little I've read before was different from this. If you are really into fanfic and dirty jokes, this may be something for you. I was unable to get into because it seemed like the goal was to be as ridiculous as possible. The introduction explained that this collection is actually stories from a group that gets together and acts the scenes out with props and everything. I imagine it's much funnier in person with the visuals and a group of friends feeding off of each others laughs. Maybe something necessary is lost in plain page format, or maybe it just isn't my thing.

***copy given in exchange for an honest review***
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review 2016-06-13 00:00
Read My Lips
Read My Lips - Daryl Banner Read My Lips - Daryl Banner
I’m not familiar with stage acting, music or sign language, but I could tell the author is knowledgeable and has experience with them all, which really helped the story to flow and be more interesting. Read My Lips is written mostly from Dessie’s (the female lead) point of view, but also has a good bit from Clayton’s (her male love interest). I think the author does a good job of voicing both sexes.

Everyone in Dessie’s family is famous and talented. She left New York and came all the way to Texas searching for an authentic college experience. Clayton has a bit of a reputation. After loosing his hearing, he decided to be bigger, tougher and more intimidating than anyone who might bully him. Both are trying to figure out their place in the world

If you like college romances you should try this one for sure. It also has steamy moments if that’s what you like. Read My Lips is a fun and sexy new adult romance with a different setting (college performance art) from those I’ve read. For me, there was also a little message. I’m paraphrasing what I took from it. People don’t want a challenge. After we finish school, we think we’re done with learning. We want everything to fit into what we know, but life is full of things we don’t know and experiences that can change us sometimes for the better. I liked this story and will continue the series.

***Copy given in exchange for an honest review***

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