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review 2017-07-04 06:16
Heaven Can't Wait by Pamela Clare
Heaven Can't Wait (I-Team, #1.5) - Pamela Clare

Will and Lissy are only two weeks shy of getting married when she proposes a wager. They won't have sex until after the wedding, and the one who begs first, loses.

A premise that would've been cute and fun if it weren't for the reason behind the bet. As Will said, Lissy didn't want to be romantic, she didn't fully trust him thanks to her ice-queen mother. The true reason behind the "bet" and the fact the idiot of the heroine almost ruined a great relationship (she would've accomplished the fact if it wasn't for the perfectly placed scare just before the end, which magically solved everything) ruined any enjoyment I could've mustered in reading this.

The other characters were great; the hero, the team from the Denver Independent, there were quite a few funny dialogues between Will and his friends, and between Tessa and the other girls thanks to an "incident" at Will and Lissy's house, while the heroine was an idiot, her mother was a bitch...And the rest of it was sex (pretty hot sex, don't get me wrong) and loads of sexual frustration.

I could've been much better.

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review 2017-06-28 05:41
Wait for Me / Trust in Me (Montgomery Brothers) - Samantha Chase

Wait For Me (Montgomery Brothers Book 1) by Samantha Chase


Wow Samantha Chase really knows how to write a book. Once again Samantha delivers a great read. Samantha is an amazing author whose writing style is perfect. What a great start to a new series.


In Wait for me we are introduced to the Montgomery family. We meet Lucas Montgomery and Emma Taylor. Lucas is a recluse. He hides out and very rarely comes in to town. Lucas is an ex quarterback who suffered a bad knee injury. Emma is William Montgomery's assistant. When Lucas and Emma are forced together sparks really start to fly.


I loved reading this book and found myself wishing I was a Montgomery. I loved watching Emma and Lucas grow. Their story was very powerful. I found the characters personal struggles to be realistic. I found myself laughing and my heart swooning throughout the book. This was a great first book to a new series. I found that I did not want the story to end. Samantha Chase never disappoints her readers and this was a very good read. If I could give it more than 5 stars I would.


I highly recommend this book. A must read for everyone.



Trust In Me (Montgomery Brothers Book 2) by Samantha Chase


Jason is tired of being propositioned at work by women wanting to snag a Montgomery. This has been a problem for him since his younger brother Lucas married Emma. Jason feels he needs an assistant, but one that is safe and all business.


Maggie has worked for the Montgomery's for almost three years in customer service. William Montgomery asks Maggie to be Jason's assistant and Maggie agrees on one condition - everyone has to think that she's married. Maggie is hiding from her past.

As Jason's new assistant Maggie and Jason travel to places working on a business deal. The more time they spend together the more Jason develops feelings for her and questions things about her.


Samantha Chase really wrote a great story here. I loved the characters, Jason and Maggie. I loved watching them develop as I read further in the story. I loved the romance in this story. I loved watching the characters come to terms with their personal struggles. I found myself falling more in love with the Montgomery family. Samantha Chase really writes great stories and this one was amazing. I found myself not wanting to put the book down. I didn't want it to end. I found this book to be a great read. It has all the elements that make a great book.


I highly recommend this book. I give it 5 stars. A must read book.

This was a great story. Love the chemistry between Maggie and Jason. a quick read that will leave you wanting more.

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review 2017-05-30 20:12
Really Short Book Looking at Parents and Children
Just Wait Till You Have Children of Your Own! - Bil Keane,Erma Bombeck

My mother used to own every Erma Bombeck out there. I used to read them once in a while though I didn't get why they were so funny. My mother used to howl while reading and laugh so hard she start to cry at times. This was available via Overdrive so I thought I borrow it.


Maybe it's just my generation or that fact that I don't have kids. I thought things here and there were humorous, but sadly nothing made me laugh out loud. 

The illustrations were definitely interesting and pushed this book to a 3 star read for me. 


You should be able to finish this book really quickly too. I think it only took me about 40 minutes from beginning to end to put this aside. 



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review 2017-04-01 21:34
This was wonderful.
Wait for It - Mariana Zapata Wait for It - Mariana Zapata

A really wonderful romance story. It had everything. A fantastic female lead, her so so lovable two boys and the nice and decent man who lives across the street.

This was such a fun book, but also had some depth.

I loved the female protag, Diana. She was just so strong and funny and loving.

And Dallas, the silent, strong type.

They just made for a great couple.


But the best thing about the book?


The two boys.


And that from someone who usually hates kids in books...

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review 2017-02-28 13:59
Wait for It
Wait for It - M. O'Keefe

'Wait for It' by Molly O'Keefe is book Four in the "Everything I Left Unsaid" series.  This is the story of Tiffany and Blake.   I have not yet read the other books and I do feel that I would have enjoyed this book a little more if I had done so.  Tiffany has been in an abusive husband for years along with her three kids.  Tiffany's husband does have a rich brother that seems as cold as her husband. Blake has his own issue and at first does seem to try to just get rid of Tiffany and the kids via money.  But when Tiffany runs into more trouble Blake goes forward with trying to actually help her.  Although it is still in a mix up way and Tiffany does seem to jump at the mixed up offer.  Both Tiffany and Blake have issues and seeing them slowly work them out and come together was exciting to watch.  "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."

Source: www.amazon.com/Wait-M-OKeefe-ebook/dp/B01I85PPSA/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1487195201&sr=1-1&keywords=9780399593956
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