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review 2017-03-27 00:00
Bad Romance: A Stepbrother Novel
Bad Romance: A Stepbrother Novel - Jen McLaughlin I've always had a thing for a man in a suit but make it a Military man and my panties disappear. Jackson and Lily kept my attention and I couldn't even sleep till I finished this book,. I suppose it happens form time to time. I love when it happen, however now another Jen McLaughlin book ASAP!
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review 2016-12-19 02:38
I am being very biased here.
Stepbrother Dearest - Penelope Ward My first book by this author, was going absolutely blind, all my guesses were by the title of this book. Sometimes my rating doesn't make any sense, I would sing dithyrambs on how good the plot was or it can be the world's most precious masterpiece, but I can give it only 3 stars or I can scold the book and make the list of it's flaws and still give it all 5 stars. I am judging books mostly (like 90%) by the emotions I felt while reading it. This book was so much wrong in so many ways, but I couldn't put this down. I felt so much while reading it, I know that stories are touching us when we can actually relate to what we are reading. Sometimes it is the character that behaves so much like we are, sometimes it is the situation that had happened in our life and reading about it makes you re-live it again, good or bad, it makes you feel and that's exactly what happened to me. I don't care what flaws it has, I am being very biased here. Sometimes a person can appear in your life and inexplicably become the center of your world. I did love and it took me 4 years to untie this knot, we did not end up together, but after 2 more years I can say I did get my 'Happy ending" after all and I trust that everything happens for a reason. Dear Penelope Ward thank you very much.
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review 2016-12-01 04:43
Filthy Dirty Laundry (Filthy Dirty Laundry #1) by Kailin Gow
FILTHY DIRTY LAUNDRY (A Stepbrother Romance) - Kailin Gow



As she watch her dreams vanish, she also gets into an accident with the cocky and much-too-sexy Philip, who seems to push every button in her, as he pushes beyond boundaries to get her to become a journalist she was meant to be.


With Kendall also joining the magazine, along with Sidney's best friend Johnson, FILTHY DIRTY LAUNDRY has become a hotbed of twists, turns, and passions in this new steamy series where exposing celebrity dirty laundry has become more than what it seems.









I'm not sure I understood what the point in this book was. I received the first two installments which was... interesting.. but it didn't really "do it" for me.








Kailin Gow


























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review 2016-11-21 22:06
Great Story and Characters
Stepbrother: The Game He Plays - Lucy Ivey

Karley had to spend Thanksgiving vacation with her mother , stepfather, and two step brothers: Joe who was two years older than  Justin. This was the first time since Karley’s mom - Sandy- had cheated on Karley’s dad and left them to be with Bill and then marry him Bill owned a resort and spa and was very rich. Karley had refused to go to her mother’s wedding. Joe and Justin came home from college for vacations and holidays. Every time the boys were home something bad seemed to happen. Karley was attracted to Justin right away and he seemed to feel the same way. But Karley was still a virgin even though she too was in college. As time went on Justin made her burn to be touched but there was also something about Joe. Most of the time Joe seemed to hate Karley but at other times …. Before everyone had to leave to return to college Justin asked Kaeley if she would miss him . they became a couple and talked every night before Karley was to return for Christmas vacation as once again her dad said he would be away on business and Karley was going to work at the resort. Karley made friends with Gray and Ryan and their little circle at work. Ryan was older and already graduated college so he was more mature. Ryan also started liking Karley for more than a friend before he knew about her and Justin. Ryan gave Karley a ride home from work the night Justin and Joe were to come home . Sandy was always late picking up Karley so Ryan stepped in. when Ryan pulled up to the house with Karley Justin was already home- early and was waiting for her and Justin was very angry. Karley explained her and Ryan were only friends but Justin didn’t seem to want listen to her. Then another girl was found dead near the resort and that was three females found dead near the resort in the last two years. Justin told Karley Joe was all messed up as their mom’s boyfriend had murdered her and Joe had to kill the boyfriend or he would have killed Justin and Joe. Justin and Joe were very close and seemed to do most everything together. The two brothers protected each other.

This was an awesome story the only problem I had is you knew almost immediately who the killer is . but that just didn’t really take away from the story. This wasn’t a real long story but it had everything it needed in it. I was hooked by the second page. I didn’t want to put the book down. I loved the plot and the characters and the ins and outs of this story. I highly recommend.

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text 2016-11-03 13:43
DNF'd @ 38% Mark....
My Stepbrother, My Lover - Alice Ward

I just can't with this one. It's just way too.. childish. Dialogue too scripted. No flow what so ever. The heroine is beyond annoying for me and the hero isn't really stirring anything for me at this point. Now I know why I've skipped over this one many, many times on my kindle, before I actually opened the book.

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