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review 2019-06-15 03:11
[REVIEW] Bad Blood by M. Malone
Bad Blood - Minx Malone

Awww. This was a really sweet (and a little spicy) novella. The characters were relatable though I wish we had more time to get to know them better. Such are the woes of this format.


Reading progress notes

1% -- I sent my thesis (94! pages!!) to my advisor for revision so I get to treat myself because she won’t get back to me until Monday.


2% -- Yeah, no, his possessive behavior ain’t cute.


15% -- “Tell me he didn’t hurt you, Georgie.”‬

‪Omg, my heart. I don’t know why this line got to me but it so did.


16% -- Anytime someone asks me if I’m wearing makeup, I will just say “it’s girl magic” and nobody can stop me.


21% -- Back here after I finished my first round of revisions.

Lmao at scheduled sex. Saturday afternoons are for fucking? Good lawd.


22% -- The crowbar in his pants

‪halp I’m dying‬


27% --  Whoa, I got lost with that chapter change. I thought it was another day, not later in the day.


40% -- ”Georgie, you don’t need to have any regrets. Alex may have been your first, but there’s no special talent to being first. Whatever man wins your heart will be last. And that’s all that matters.”



60% -- That slap came out of nowhere and I'm not sure his comment even warranted such a reaction, tbh.

67% -- With his luck, if he left a note it would get caught on a gust of wind, sucked out an open door, and then eaten by a feral cat.



68% -- omg King walked in on a naked Jamie! THE HORROR.


77% -- ‪THE WEDDING PLANNER? Oh ffs.

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review 2013-05-06 00:00
Sparks Fly with the Billionaire (Harlequin Romance Series #4371)
Sparks Fly with the Billionaire - Marion Lennox Another fun one from Marion Lennox. There's a likable couple, fun secondary characters and a menagerie of personable animals.
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review 2012-05-15 00:00
Sparks Fly with Mr. Mayor - Teresa Carpenter My Rating: 3.5 I don't usually read adult books, especially adult romance books, but once I saw the blurb and skimmed a few pages at the ending, I just had to read this book. Sparks Fly with Mr. Mayor was enjoyable and unique for the most part, and too short to be draggy. (Don't take my word on the "unique" part since I very rarely read adult romance books.)Dani is a single parent living with her little girl, Faith. Her husband Kevin died saving a cashier during a robbery and Dani has been blaming herself ever since, not moving on. Faith, however, wants a man in her life - namely as a daddy. Meanwhile, Cole is a player - he can charm girls and even maintain his friendship with them. He has never fallen in love and can care less about love.Dani and Cole couldn't be any more different, but they match. Sparks Fly with Mr. Mayor tells a sweet story of Dani and Cole running against each other (along with other very minor characters) for the position of mayor and they both develop feelings for one another when they spend time together, learning who the other person really is like.If you wanted a quick, short, but satisfying romance read, you should try this book. ohdamnbooks: sparks fly with mr. mayor
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review 2011-07-23 00:00
Sparks Fly (A romance novella about the "magic" of falling in love) - Lucy Kevin 3/5; 3 stars; BThis was a free ebook from Kobo. I haven't read this author before and liked this book well enough. It was definitely a light romance with the allusion to sex but no details. I would check out more by this author.
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review 2011-05-28 00:00
Sparks Fly (A romance novella about the "magic" of falling in love) - Lucy Kevin Quick fun read but in all honesty, not much happened plot wise. I think I just like Ms. Kevin's voice. Her characters read like someone you'd want to be BFF's with. This book makes you feel like you've just had a good, laugh-filled lunch with girlfriends.
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