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review 2015-11-30 16:48
ARC Review – What Happens at Christmas, by Jay Northcote
What Happens At Christmas - Jay Northcote

Cute, cute, cute, add some cute, and add some sexy cuteness, and boy was this fun! And then it went all moody in the middle, to go right on ahead and resolve itself by the end. My favorite kind of story. With lots of sexytimes.

 

Yup. All of that, and gibbons.

 

What’s not to love? Read it and enjoy. Some 120 pages of fluffy holiday season happiness.

 

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I was given a free copy of this self-published book from the author. A positive review wasn’t promised in return.

Source: annalund2011.booklikes.com/post/1296859/arc-review-what-happens-at-christmas-by-jay-northcote
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review 2015-07-21 15:06
ARC Review — Cheeky Hipsters & Jocks, by Posy Roberts
Cheeky Hipsters & Jocks (BFP: The Secrets Collection) - Posy Roberts

All in all, some 50 pages (this is a short story in the series The Secrets Collection, which is written by a bunch of hilarious and sexy authors), and just as the other two I have read, this one was awesome.

 

I love the premise of somebody having a sexy little secret, and here it is the love of lace that a hockey player tries (unsuccessfully) to hide. Sexy times ensue, and it is both fun and happy. And sexy. And pink lace. Tons of it.

Just sayin’.

 

What are you waiting for? Get your favorite brew, some ice cream, chocolate, or snacks, and settle in. It is well worth your time.

 

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I was given a free copy of this self-published book from the author. A positive review wasn’t promised in return.

Source: annalund2011.booklikes.com/post/1205598/arc-review-cheeky-hipsters-jocks-by-posy-roberts
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review 2015-07-21 14:45
ARC Review — A Casual Thing, by Annabelle Jacobs
A Casual Thing - Annabelle Jacobs

There are a few things I really admire in an author, and at the top of my list is the ability to write different kinds of stories, in different voices.

 

I had become used to the quirky and darkish tone of Ms Jacobs paranormal series The Altered. Then I read her short story Toy With Me, which was hilarious, and light, and happy, and sexy.

 

But this book? This book takes British Boys by their proverbial hands and runs with them, hard and fast.

 

I giggled, and I snorted, and then I giggled some more, just because.

 

It is Unrequited Love at its primal stage. (Or is it?)

 

It is sexy, and fun, and by golly they finally make it in the end.

 

I do love a HFN.

 

 

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I was given a free copy of this book from the author. A positive review wasn’t promised in return.

Source: annalund2011.booklikes.com/post/1205595/arc-review-a-casual-thing-by-annabelle-jacobs
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review 2015-07-21 13:58
ARC Review — Toy With Me, by Annabelle Jacobs
Toy With Me (BFP: The Secrets Collection) - Annabelle Jacobs

Heh. This was fun.

 

Uni boys and a dildo, a huge pink one.

 

A short story in the series, The Secrets Collection (which is written by a bunch of hilarious and sexy authors), written with all the wit and eye-brow wiggling of which Ms Jacobs is more than capable—a thoroughly fun 10k romp.

 

Wildly recommended, brew a cuppa, and settle in.

No regrets, no hard feelings.

 

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I was given a free copy of this self-published book from the author. A positive review wasn’t promised in return.

Source: annalund2011.booklikes.com/post/1205584/arc-review-toy-with-me-by-annabelle-jacobs
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review 2015-01-23 10:22
Book Review — Let It Go, by Sid Love
Let it Go - Sid Love,Chris Quinton,Alexandria Corza

First I was kinda shell shocked by the foreign feeling and the over-the-top-descriptions and the purple prose and the exaggerated states-of-mind and the insta-love and the cheating and the MISERY and the AWESOME screaming and—

 

—then I realized that this is Bollywood.

 

And, by DOG™, it is gloriously so.

 

It actually takes Bollywood by the hand, and effectively tosses it out the window, hitting it out of the ball park, winning by horse-lengths, and scoring for the team. To use some superlative metaphors and similes and a dash of hyperbole and no commas, quite in the spirit.

 

I think I screamed with laughter at least six times. I’m not sure that the author meant for me to do this, but nevertheless, this was simply hilarious.

 

It could use several (more) rounds of editing, but hey, where’s the fun in that?

Simply loved the cheek of this book for even EXISTING. Oh, and the cover is deceptively elegant.

 

Happy days, man. I laughed till I cried. 

 

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I was given a free copy of this book by the author. A positive review was not promised in exchange.

I see that Amazon sells this for $3.74 in my region, which I find a bit pricey for some 70 pages. B&N, Smashwords, AllRomanceEbooks all have it at $2.99.

Source: annalund2011.booklikes.com/post/1093494/book-review-let-it-go-by-sid-love
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