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text 2019-04-21 04:46
Reading progress update: I've read 1 out of 320 pages.
The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club - Wanda E. Brunstetter

Tomorrow I should finish finding places to read all the original ILL books. After that I can finally dive into my next read.

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review 2019-04-20 19:59
One Night of Surrender (Wicked Dukes Club #2) by Darcy Burke
One Night of Surrender (Wicked Dukes Club #2) - Darcy Burke

 

 

Darcy Burke dreams up some of the best heroes and heroines. They charm as much as they frustrate, yet it's the skill in which she exposes their imperfections, that make them captivating to read. One Night of Surrender is a passionate tale. Valentine and Isa are two ships passing in the night until fate throws them a lifeline. Will they survive the dark waters ahead or wind up shipwrecked on Heartbreak Island? Burke packs a mountain of turbulence into a mesmerizing love story.

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review 2019-04-19 21:49
Fat Louise by Jamie Begley
Fat Louise (Biker Bitches Book 2) - Jamie Begley

I didn't like Cade, he was such a jerk, but Jane impressed me. She actually threw a grenade to blow up the bad guys. The story went downhill after they got back from Mexico. It felt like part of the book was missing. I wanted Jane's point of view and instead there was this stupid time jump. 

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review 2019-04-19 20:56
Cash's Fight by Jamie Begley
Cash's Fight - Jamie Begley

I was a bit disappointed because I hoped this book would be the beginning of a longer story arc.
And Cash also behaved like a jerk. He didn't turn out to be the hero I expected him to be. 
Rachel was wonderful as always and her gift was amazing.

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review 2019-04-19 20:16
Cracked & Crushed by A.J. Downey
Cracked & Crushed - A.J. Downey

Too tired and confused to write something sensible. I liked some parts of the story and disliked the others. The hero was scary as hell. The heroine's tears actually turned him on. And he hugged her when she really needed it. And he liked knives. And he drove nine hours to save her from a bad situation. And he was such a sweetheart. And a total bastard. 
I believe this book goes to the "mindfuck" category.

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