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review 2018-06-17 02:37
Great Contemporary Romance
Getting Out of Hand: Sapphire Falls book one - Erin Nicholas

Getting Out Of Hand by Erin Nicholas is a fantastic read.  Ms. Nicholas has delivered a well-written book and packed it full of amazing, lovable characters.  Adrianne moved to Sapphire Falls after having a heart attack from her high-stress life.  Mason returns to Sapphire Falls when his best friend insists.  Adrianne and Mason's story is full of drama, humor and sizzle.  I enjoyed reading Getting Out Of Hand, it was a fun read and I look forward to my next book by Erin Nicholas.  Getting Out Of Hand is book 1 of the Sapphire Falls Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

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review 2018-01-01 02:11
Great Read
Getting It All: Sapphire Falls book four - Erin Nicholas

Getting It All by Erin Nicholas is a fabulous read.  Ms. Nicholas has given us a book that is well-written and will tug at your heartstrings.  Tucker and Delaney's story is loaded with drama, humor, and sizzle.  I enjoyed reading Getting It All and look forward to reading more from Erin Nicholas in the future.  Getting It All is book 4 of the Sapphire Falls Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. 

 

I voluntarily read a complimentary copy of this book that I received from Instafreebie.

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review 2017-10-11 19:08
The Sapphire Heist
The Sapphire Heist - Lauren Blakely

This is a continuation of book 1 (they really should have been 1 book IMO). Steph and Jake both have moments where they don't trust the other. I didn't think much of the moment Steph didn't, because, hey it made sense. Either way, they talked about it and moved on. Jake's moment, on the other hand, I didn't like and I thought Steph handled it well. 
Overall, this was decent, pacing is good and the "chase" is well played. The thief doesn't change throughout the book, even though there was a brief moment where I thought it could have been someone else. I do think this and The Sapphire Affair should have been 1 book. I think it would have worked better combining the 2.
Both of the books are available through Kindle Unlimited.

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review 2017-09-17 05:39
The Sapphire Affair
The Sapphire Affair - Lauren Blakely

3.5* (Cliffhanger warning)
Jake is in the "recovery" business. He is ex-military and has found a job the suits him, he likes, and supports his siblings. Steph owns her own business, a undersea tour company. She is in the process of re-building, after getting burned by her ex. She happens to be the stepdaughter of the man Jake is tasked with investigating. 
This was fun read. I liked both Steph and Jake. Both are not only likable, but driven and after what they think is right. I not only liked them individually, but also together. This has a good combination of romance and mystery. I didn't like the ending so much; this is not wrapped up and continues in book 2. You could say cliffhanger! Which I must get! (Which is probably the whole point.....and I'm falling for it. Back when it was on sale, I bought myself (with Amazon Visa reward dollars; free!) a year long KU subscription. I will be redeeming it this month).

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review 2017-07-31 00:00
Sapphire Falls: Going Zero to Sixty (Kindle Worlds Novella)
Sapphire Falls: Going Zero to Sixty (Kindle Worlds Novella) - Lizbeth Selvig Lizbeth Selvig accomplished the impossible. She dared to be different. Going Zero to Sixty is a breath of fresh air. The author never loses her sense of humor while tearing down sexism and inspiring female readers. Elle symbolizes an independent spirit. She's not afraid to listen to her heart. Not just in professional matters but personal ones as well. In a town known for it's friendly atmosphere she makes her mark by just being herself. A valuable lesson in a tiny package.
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