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review 2017-05-20 21:12
Review: Enemy Within (The Executive Office #3) by Tal Bauer
Enemy Within - Tal Bauer

I never came around in properly reviewing this series and I've got all these visuals. I had so much fun and time looking on the Internet searching for all of these fitting pics.

So I'll just post them nevertheless;






























This series reminded me a lot of ICoS series It was so exciting. At times I had to stop reading to catch my breath. Amazing series with just amazing characters.

And....... Tal Bauer has all these snippits; Bauer's Bytes

Please read them after you finish the series. Also not importantly to prevent falling into a huuuuuge bookwithdrawl.


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review 2017-04-21 22:39
Review: Enemy of my Enemy (The Executive Office #2) by Tal Bauer
Enemy of My Enemy - Tal Bauer





* 5 AMAZEBALL stars*




Can't possible say how amazing this series is. It's enthralling and shocking at the same time. Never was I bored. Loved Ethan and Jack, the other couples too. They broke my heart multiple times.

I just coudn't read this in one sitting!! So much happened and it left me breathless everytime.
So I needed to take hold of my breath many times.



I want to continue immediately with the last installement but I may need some sleep first.

Ethan & Jake

I will tear through the whole world to get to your side. Always


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review 2016-11-28 17:39
Review: Just Drive (Anchor Point #1) by L.A. Witt
Just Drive - L.A. Witt


I think this will be a very nice series. I like military men, who doesn't!! The writing was very smooth and it had me interested from the very start.

Very likable characters and I loved the double POV!!! It makes the story so much interesting.




Sean and Paul meet one day when Sean picks him up as a cabdriver and Paul just asks him to just drive.
Immediately there is this attraction between these two men, even after they understand there is this big-age gap between them. What starts with a one-night-stand, turns into so much more. They don't seem to be able to stay away from each other.



When feelings start up, they understand there is no future for their relationship because Paul is Sean's father commanding officer. Their relationship would ruin both their careers in the Navy.

What I liked very much about this story was yes this was about a relationship between an older and a much younger man, but the older didn't seem to be the wisest. On all accounts, even in the sex-scenes. I appreciated this. Sean was not the typical young guy, he suffererd through this father employments all his life, was not able to make friends and finish his studies because of all the moving. He had to grow up fast.

So when it was made sure that even now Sean had to give up his love of his life for the sake of his father's carreer, my heart broke.

Needless to say the ending made me a very happy girl.

For me and Paul, there was nothing standing in our way anymore. The only thing in front of us was an open road.
And all we had to do was drive.

Will be looking forward to Travis's story. Paul's friend.




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text 2016-11-05 22:26
Reading progress update: I've read 72%.
Conscious Decisions of the Heart (More Heat Than The Sun Book 2) - John Wiltshire

When he saw the spark of happiness in Ben's eyes, Nikolas was reminded once more of why he loved Ben Rider. For all the things Nikolas bought Ben, gave him, organised for him, it was a simple thank you from HIM that actually brought Ben the most pleasure. Nikolas was chastened and resolved to do better.

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text 2016-11-05 22:00
Reading progress update: I've read 70%.
Conscious Decisions of the Heart (More Heat Than The Sun Book 2) - John Wiltshire

This series is sooooo stressful. What's coming next?

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