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review 2022-05-14 07:51
Review: Knocked Up in Alaska (Captivity Alaska #3) by: Samanthe Beck
Knocked Up in Alaska (Captivity Alaska #3) - Samanthe Beck




Knocked Up in Alaska by Samanthe Beck

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fire with a side of heart. Temptation means nothing without emotion. Knocked Up in Alaska gives spicy a bit of soul. Ford and Lilah prove that naughty can be nice. From laugh out loud to unpredictable, Beck serves up an irresistible entree for the senses.

When it comes to breaking rules, Samanthe Beck holds nothing back. With splashes of humor that put a smile to your face, temptation that puts the senses on high alert and moments of emotion that leave footprints on the heart, Knocked up in Alaska proves itself a gem. From spicy to sensitive, Lilah and Ford are a different kind heartwarming with a heartbreaker twist.

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review 2019-11-27 18:29
Private Practice - Samanthe Beck

I was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked this! Ellie returns to her small town Kentucky home to open up her own practice (she's a family MD) and to watch over her dad who is an alcoholic with diabetes. Her dad is a drunk asshole and ignored her when she was growing up. Tyler is the town "bad boy." Tyler owns a construction company and rehabs old properties. He had an abusive father.
Ellie needs to become a sex goddess so she can snag the guy she *thinks* she wants. But not everything is as it seems.
This was a nice friends to lovers with ugly duckling (when she was younger) thrown in.

For romance-opoly- Heartbreak Hospital (doctor hero or heroine).

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review 2019-11-21 02:41
Best Man with Benefits - Samanthe Beck

This is book #3, in the McCade Brothers series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  For reader understanding, and to avoid spoilers, I recommend reading this series in order.


Logan is exhausted and arrives at his best friend's wedding knowing he needs a vacation.  Then he finds out his role in the wedding just get larger.  Can he help with the sister of the groom?  Sure..... just as soon as he finds out who the hot chick is that he saw in the lobby.


Sophie has been making changes.  Her "new" self is going to be more assertive, and certainly more svelte.  Sophie has always kind of had a crush on Logan.  So when he asks her along on his adventures, she feels a pull there to be with him.


These characters are so much fun to read.  There is much laughter, and lots of heat.  I found this story really packed a punch.  Each MC brought something that made this story just that much more.  Such a great addition to the series.  I give this a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

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review 2017-11-08 05:26
Review: Dirty Games by Samanthe Beck
Dirty Games (Tropical Temptation Book 4) - Samanthe Beck

My review cross-posted from Wit and Sin


Samanthe Beck takes readers on one deliciously naughty tropical getaway in the aptly-titled Dirty Games. While this book has sun, fun, and enough steam to delight anyone looking for a fast and hot read, there’s also a healthy dose of emotion that gives the story heart and makes you want to come back for more.

Quinn Sheridan is a hardworking actress on the verge of making it big, going from popular TV actress to blockbuster movie star. The only problem is, after recovering from a knee sprain she is out of shape and only has six weeks to get into a skintight leather cat suit. When her agent sends her to paradise, it’s not for fun, but for hardass trainer Luke McLean to get her video game heroine-ready. Both Quinn and Luke had me from the get-go. Luke may be strict, but he’s also caring and compassionate. He’s got a good heart and he’s very good with his hands, which makes him a pretty drool-worthy hero. He’s been burned by Hollywood in the past and has no desire to get sucked into Quinn’s world. But there’s something about the spirited, determined actress he can’t help but be drawn to. Quinn is no spoiled diva, but someone who has worked hard to get where she is and who has very real emotional problems that comes from having an addict twin and a mother who enables him. There were times that my heart just broke for Quinn. I loved her mix of strength and vulnerability. She’s not used to being able to count on someone and that sometimes leads her to making mistakes. Her romance with Luke is fast-paced, but the situation Quinn is in means she has to open up relatively quickly to him which breaks down some of his walls in turn. Sparks fly between the two of them from the start, but their trainer-client relationship and all that goes with it means that getting involved is a terrible idea. Terrible idea or not, the sexual tension between them is hot as hell and when that tension boils over… Well, this book isn’t called Dirty Games for no reason.

Dirty Games is has a great mix of passion, fantasy, and emotion. It has all the sparks and sass I’ve come to expect from Ms. Beck’s work and I hated it whenever I had to put the book down. All in all I adored Dirty Games and I cannot wait to revisit Quinn and Luke!

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/2017/11/review-dirty-games-by-samanthe-beck.html
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review 2017-08-29 04:03
Review: Compromised in Paradise by Samanthe Beck
Compromised in Paradise (Compromise Me) (Volume 3) - Samanthe Beck

My review cross-posted from Wit and Sin


Arden St. Sebastian has nearly reached her breaking point. Between playing intermediary for her parents and constantly fielding calls and texts from her father interfering in her personal and professional life, Arden is constantly stressed. So when she spies an incredibly gorgeous man while in Maui for work, she decides it’s time for a little play. Arden was recently burned by a boyfriend who tried to use and blackmail her, so she’s wary of letting this handsome stranger know her identity. So why not enjoy a little fantasy? No names, just one night of fun. Except she’s under so much stress that when things get hot, she isn’t able to fully, well, enjoy it.

Nick Bancroft has no problem going along with the stunning mystery woman’s plan. But when he realizes she’s faking it, he offers her a deal: he’ll help her with her problem if she’ll give him six days of relaxing and exploring Maui. If he succeeds, she’ll tell him her real name. If not, they can part strangers. Only things get more complicated once they realize that their island fling is starting to feel like something more.

Compromised in Paradise is h-o-t HOT. Samanthe Beck has delivered the ultimate fantasy vacation in Arden and Nick’s story. It’s a sensual, fun, wonderfully entertaining read.

Arden and Nick are both incredibly likeable characters, which makes it easy to fall into their romance. Past experience – and multiple reminders of what happened from her father – has made Arden wary of trusting someone to want her, not her name and connections. As for Nick, his past has made him sell himself short when it comes to relationships. While neither of them is looking for more than a one-night stand, when they start their adventure it’s clear that it won’t be long before they’re falling in love. The two of them have fantastic chemistry that makes the pages of Compromised in Paradise fly by. Their erotic adventures are seriously steamy – Nick definitely knows how to show a lady around Maui. But the quieter moments are just as important as the two of them come to realize that a few days in paradise will never be enough.

Compromised in Paradise is the third book in the Compromise Me series, but it can easily be read as a standalone. Fans of the first book, Compromising Her Position, will delight in getting a brief visit with Rafe St. Sebastian (the scenes with him and Arden make me smile). I’ve adored every book by Samanthe Beck that I’ve read and Compromised in Paradise is no exception. It’s sexy, flirty, and just plain fun to read.

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/2017/08/review-compromised-in-paradise-by.html
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