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review 2021-06-23 14:34
Review: Beautiful Enemy (The Enemies Trilogy #1) by: Piper Lawson
Beautiful Enemy (The Enemies Trilogy #1) - Piper Lawson

 

 

 

Beautiful Enemy by Piper Lawson

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


The battle lines have been drawn. Beautiful Enemy has the spice of romance and brute force of a cage fight. Rea and Harrison are fire and ice. The sparks are evident, right from the start, but so is the drama that ensues. Heartache. Drama. Suspense. Temptation. Lawson finds a place for each and every conflicting emotion and creates a combustible inferno. This grudge match refuses to be tamed and that's what makes it all the more intriguing.



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review 2021-06-23 14:23
Review: Beautiful Sins (The Enemies Trilogy #2) by: Piper Lawson
Beautiful Sins (The Enemies Trilogy #2) - Piper Lawson

 

 

 

Beautiful Sins by Piper Lawson

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Intense with a side of sinful and a dash of intrigue. Harrison and Rae are the best kind of heartache. A dangerous addiction that thrives on being unpredictable. Lawson keeps the senses on full alert with an edgy couple that aims for the heart and hits it's target every time. The right kind of naughty packs the perfect amount of heart. Beautiful Sins is a MUST READ!



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review 2020-09-20 00:23
A Sinful Encore (Brilliance Trilogy #3) by: Lisa Renee Jones
A Sinful Encore (Brilliance Trilogy #3) - Lisa Renee Jones

 

 

 

 

A Sinful Encore by Lisa Renee Jones

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Explosive comes to an intriguing end. A Sinful Encore will leave you breathless. Piece by piece Jones has kept us in suspense. Now she heads full throttle into the danger zone. Aria and Kace have reached the crescendo of their dance with romance. What they do for an encore is epic. The Brilliance Trilogy has been an emotional free fall that I can't wait to experience all over again.



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review 2020-06-20 09:22
A Reckless Note (Brilliance Trilogy Book 1) by: Lisa Renee Jones
A Reckless Note (Brilliance Trilogy Book 1) - Lisa Renee Jones

 

 

 

A Reckless Note by Lisa Renee Jones

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Looking for complicated? Search no further than intriguingly, mysterious, ever sexy, Kace August. Open a Lisa Renee Jones romance and everything else becomes background noise. Reckless Note only scratches the surface of what looks to be an ever evolving thrill ride. A CAN'T PUT DOWN, MUST READ!



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review 2020-06-15 16:45
The Perfect Hope
The Perfect Hope - Nora Roberts

Ehhh not too much to say. I loved Hope and loathed Ryder. I am glad for the most part that Roberts latest contemporary romances do not have the whole alpha male who is an asshole, but secretly has a heart of gold thing. Most of the crap Ryder did to Hope was "negging" in the first two books (he refuses to use her name and calls her innkeeper) and I thought too many people kept giving him passes. The only reason why I gave this three stars was that Hope was great, that the trilogy seems to take place over a two year period, and it was nice to read a romance that didn't take place in New York. I think Roberts skipped past some really good sub-plots in order to get back to the "investigation" into Lizzy which I still didn't care about.

 

"The Perfect Hope" finds the Inn Boonsboro ready for the summer. Clare is married and expecting, Avery is engaged to get married the following year, and now Hope feels a bit lost. She was left hurt by the end of her last relationship and realizing that the man she was with, didn't love her, and his family really didn't care about her at all. When her friends propose Ryder (why you guys? Are there no other men) Hope considers it and then proposes a "situation with no strings" with Ryder. 

 

I just have to say this, Hope was too good for Ryder. I really wish that Roberts had some tension develop with her realizing that Ryder was set in his ways and wasn't opening himself up to her. The way he talked to her in this book and the last two books really set my teeth on edge. And I hated that Hope's supposed friends made it seem like well maybe he has a thing for you. Nope. Nope. Nope. 

 

Ryder doesn't change at all (IMHO) he just stays the same and then goes around and does the He-Man crap when a situation comes up involving Hope. I just wasn't feeling him at all since it didn't seem to me he was in love with Hope at all. The story put them together, but I wasn't seeing true love through the ages. 

The resolution to the whole ghost thing was eyeroll inducing. I went really a few times and just didn't care. I think for me that the series was just a platform to showcase Roberts new business and I wish that there had been more development of the last two romances in the series. I loved Clare and Beckett, loved Avery and felt meh about Owen, and then loved Hope and loathed Ryder. 

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