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review 2017-04-19 00:00
Review For: Provocative by Lisa Renee Jones
Provocative (White Lies Duet Book 1) - Lisa Renee Jones

'Provocative' by Lisa Renee Jones is book One in the "White Lies Duet" series. This is the story of Faith Winter and Nick Rogers 'Tiger'. This does end with a light cliffhanger to open us up for the next installment into the "White Lies Duet".
Nick got his nickname 'Tiger' for being a cut throat who rips your throat out. So no one stands in his way. He is a total Alpha Male too! Nick is on the hunt to find out who killed his father and possible killed Faith mother. Nick main suspect Faith..who he has only be researching her history. Nick goes forward to meet her to so that he can get a better understanding of her. When Nick arrives at the Winery he sees that Faith is being confronted by two men. Nick confronts them and turns the two men away. Faith tries to walk away from him but he goes forward to talk to her. What Nick wasn't prepared for is to be so attracted to her. Faith is like no other women he has met. In talking to her he finds she is not what he thought she would be. But that doesn't stop him from finding out the truth to what she knows or has done.
Faith just lost her mother who didn't leave a will and left the Winery in money troubles. Faith is trying to keep the Winery going since it was her fathers. Faith herself is an artist who would rather being doing that but tries to keep the Winery going. Faith too is attracted to Nick but at this point in her life she doesn't feel that she can be involved with anyone. But Nick isn't letting up and they start to have serious feelings.
But can Nick continue to look into Faith's part in these death with out confronting her? What will Faith do when she learns what Nick has been up to?
This was another great, hot and exciting read by Ms. Jones. Ms. Jones books bring so much story that you know that you will be getting a great story. Loved it!
"My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."

Source: www.amazon.com/Provocative-White-Lies-Duet-Book-ebook/dp/B06ZZ25QB3/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1492553436&sr=8-4&keywords=Provocative
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text 2014-09-10 16:02
Shy Heroines of Historical Romance
The Rake and the Wallflower - Allison Lane
An English Bride In Scotland - Lynsay Sands
Promises Prevail (Promise Series Book 3) - Sarah McCarty
Talk Sweetly to Me - Courtney Milan
Sweet Everlasting - Patricia Gaffney
Provocative in Pearls - Madeline Hunter
Beast - Judith Ivory
The Devil in Winter - Lisa Kleypas
Hester Waring's Marriage (The Dilhorne Dynasty) - Paula Marshall
Honor's Splendour - Julie Garwood

Bold misses are a lot of fun but its the quiet ones you have to watch.


Enjoy some Shy Heroines of Historical Romance!


1. The Devil in Winter by Lisa Kleypas

2. Hester Waring's Marriage by Paula Marshall 

3.Honor's Splendour by Julie Garwood

4.Beast by Judith Ivory

5. Provocative in Pearls by Madeline Hunter 

6. Sweet Everlasting by Patricia Gaffney 

7. Talk Sweetly to Me by Courtney Milan 5 Stars!

8. Promises Prevail by Sarah McCarty 

9. An English Bride in Scotland by Lynsay Sands 

10. The Rake and the Wallflower by Allison Lane


To vote for the best of the best go to the Goodreads list: Shy Heroines of Historical Romance.


Let me know your favorite Shy Historical Heroine! 

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review 2014-08-03 00:00
FAT GIRL (A Provocative Romance Book 1)
FAT GIRL (A Provocative Romance Book 1) - Leigh Carron This was one HOT, emotional, and all-around EXCELLENT contemporary romance!

Dee and Mick are opposites in many ways, especially in the physical sense. He was named the Sexiest Man Alive by a magazine, and she...well, not so much. Yet, in spite of this glaring difference between them and the many obstacles constantly in their way, the love that Dee and Mick have for each other never dies. It's a truly touching story to read. The love expressed between Dee and Mick is SO endearing and so believable. I was sincerely rooting for them to end up together and happy.

Leigh did an excellent job writing some HOT love scenes, but she made sure to keep "love" the central theme.

The mystery of the past happenings between Dee and Mick are revealed slowly, and it's mostly done via flashbacks, which gives an entirely different and unique perspective. I liked this idea a lot, and felt that it gave me a much better understanding of the characters, and I developed more of an affinity for them as well.

The story changes from his point of view to hers and back again, and the writing throughout evoked such emotions that I almost felt as if these were my good friends telling me their story! I was almost brought to teas, but not always in a sad way. I felt SO much throughout this book, and I could not put it down!

While this book is part 1 of 2, I was very satisfied with the ending of this segment. Don't get me wrong; I will ABSOLUTELY read the next book, but I wouldn't necessarily classify this as a "cliffhanger," inasmuch as I would classify it as a story that could only keep getting better as more loose ends get tied up.

The topic of body image and self-acceptance appear to be very important to Leigh Carron, and she encourages women to accept themselves as they are, which is very refreshing.

Can’t wait for the next book!!!

***A copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review***
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review 2013-04-29 00:00
Provocative in Pearls - Madeline Hunter It's been a while since I read the first in this series but I know I enjoyed that one more. For me, the first half of this was the weakest. I didn't particularly like either Verity or Hawkeswell. She seemed annoyingly naive of how she thought her life would be and, although not quite as annoying, he wasn't endearing himself to me either. I love marriage of convenience romances so I expected to like this one. I think it's about midway through when I warmed up to both of them. As they begin to confide in one another and open up, I liked them more as a reader. The ending is lovely and made me remember what I liked about this series.
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