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review 2018-01-27 00:00
The Drunk Email
The Drunk Email - Sadie Sins The Drunk Email - Sadie Sins OK... this short story or novella (I can never figure out how many words or pages make it one or the other) was scorching hot. Don't kill me but I always wanted to have a gay brother or even a gay identical twin brother. Just a fantasy... but this book push all my buttons and I loved it. Just soooooo hot, hot, hot, hot!
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review 2017-08-20 00:00
Drunk Dial
Drunk Dial - Penelope Ward Drunk Dial - Penelope Ward I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.

My headspace when starting this book was a little light-hearted. I mean, "Drunk Dial" means instant hilarity, right? And while there is a LOT of humor in this story, the thing that knocked me back into the dirt was the utter rawness. To quote [b:Illidan|26721433|Illidan (World of Warcraft, #14)|William King|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1446533087s/26721433.jpg|46751663], I was not prepared.

Both of our main characters are deeply flawed people. Rana and Landon knew each other in their early teens, then lost touch for 13 years when Rana's family moved away. She never forgot him, and one night after a particularly trying day, she finds his number and drunk dials him.

Rana is immediately mortified - after her initial verbal diarrhea that is, and they end up having a short, but meaningful conversation. Turns out Landon never forgot her either. The problem is that they live hundreds of miles apart, so the phone is their only connection present-day.

Landon and Rana start an amazing friendship via text & phone calls, which escalates when Rana gets some alarming news. They end up in the same place at the same time, and it means some things that each of them has been hiding from one another come to light - literally. (No OW/OM cheating btw)

At first they can only be together in person for a short time, and it's problematic. They're becoming more and more attached to each other. But there are things that tie them to their homes. Things that seem important to their lives.

But, as with most stories, the truth will out, and that truth changes everything.

Sometimes life has to throw you a curve ball in order to make you see that you can hit what comes at you. Both Rana and Landon find this out in Drunk Dial, and I'm left with a pile of soggy tissues.

I don't want to say any more, lest I give away any of the plot points, but I'll say that Rana is brave, goofy, funny, charming, beautiful, and loving. Landon is chivalrous, empathetic, gorgeous, fun-loving, open-hearted, and giving. And the book is sometimes deep, sometimes hilarious, sometimes frustrating, and all the time amazing.

I really loved it. Five "I want his banana Food Truck" stars.

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review 2017-08-20 00:00
Drunk Dial
Drunk Dial - Penelope Ward Drunk Dial - Penelope Ward I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.

My headspace when starting this book was a little light-hearted. I mean, "Drunk Dial" means instant hilarity, right? And while there is a LOT of humor in this story, the thing that knocked me back into the dirt was the utter rawness. To quote [b:Illidan|26721433|Illidan (World of Warcraft, #14)|William King|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1446533087s/26721433.jpg|46751663], I was not prepared.

Both of our main characters are deeply flawed people. Rana and Landon knew each other in their early teens, then lost touch for 13 years when Rana's family moved away. She never forgot him, and one night after a particularly trying day, she finds his number and drunk dials him.

Rana is immediately mortified - after her initial verbal diarrhea that is, and they end up having a short, but meaningful conversation. Turns out Landon never forgot her either. The problem is that they live hundreds of miles apart, so the phone is their only connection present-day.

Landon and Rana start an amazing friendship via text & phone calls, which escalates when Rana gets some alarming news. They end up in the same place at the same time, and it means some things that each of them has been hiding from one another come to light - literally. (No OW/OM cheating btw)

At first they can only be together in person for a short time, and it's problematic. They're becoming more and more attached to each other. But there are things that tie them to their homes. Things that seem important to their lives.

But, as with most stories, the truth will out, and that truth changes everything.

Sometimes life has to throw you a curve ball in order to make you see that you can hit what comes at you. Both Rana and Landon find this out in Drunk Dial, and I'm left with a pile of soggy tissues.

I don't want to say any more, lest I give away any of the plot points, but I'll say that Rana is brave, goofy, funny, charming, beautiful, and loving. Landon is chivalrous, empathetic, gorgeous, fun-loving, open-hearted, and giving. And the book is sometimes deep, sometimes hilarious, sometimes frustrating, and all the time amazing.

I really loved it. Five "I want his banana Food Truck" stars.

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review 2017-03-03 00:00
Drunk in Love: A Wedding Anthology of Sweet and Steamy Romantic Short Stories
Drunk in Love: A Wedding Anthology of Sweet and Steamy Romantic Short Stories - Kristen Luciani,A.D. Justice,A.M. Johnson,Amy Daws,Carey Heywood,Elle Brooks,Isabelle Richards,J.D. Hollyfield,Jeannine Collette,Kandi Steiner,Kathryn Andrews,Katy Regnery,Liv Morris,Mariah Dietz,M.D. Saperstein,Meghan Quinn,Melissa Collins,Ryan Ringbloom
By Tomorrow by Katy Regnery - Reading a book by Katy Regnery feels like looking into her soul. Her characters are reflective, identifiable and lovable as a whole. The characters are pure, the writing is deeply moving and the romance is off the charts, despite it's simplicity. With Jamie and Claire, Ms. Regnery made a statement. By Tomorrow proves that it isn't the length of the story but, the emotion that goes into, that makes the journey memorable. My favorite story to date.
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review 2016-11-09 00:00
Day Drunk
Day Drunk - Willow Scarlett Day Drunk - Willow Scarlett A bit of a snippet in the life and day of Snake and Aish. Sammy is a novice photographer and Aish is a biomedical engineering student into the punk scene. The two are the best of friends but a drunken night at a heavy metal concert turns their a relationship to one of uncertainty at least on Snake's end. Snake is afraid a kiss has ruined their relationship and doesn't even want to address it, he hopes when Aish wakes he won't even remember.

It was an okay read but I really can't say I was that into it. I wish there has been more to the story besides the change between the two. Don't get me wrong I thought it was a fine read but it didn't give me that satisfied feel I get from most stories I read. I did pick up some new information I hadn't known before giving this book a read and did have to pull up google a time or two. I love picking up new stuff so kudos on that front.

The book made me a bit squeamish too. In particular the part with the broken bottle and Snake just being unconcerned that he got cut by one. The idea of being exposed to god knows what bacteria or diseases bugged me until the end of the story.

A free copy was provided to me in exchange for an honest review.
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