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Tamara Mataya
Tamara Mataya is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, a librarian, and a musician with synaesthesia. Armed with a name tag and a thin veneer of credibility, she takes great delight in recommending books and shushing people. She puts the 'she' in TWSS and the B in LGBTQIA+. show more



Tamara Mataya is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, a librarian, and a musician with synaesthesia. Armed with a name tag and a thin veneer of credibility, she takes great delight in recommending books and shushing people. She puts the 'she' in TWSS and the B in LGBTQIA+.

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BuckeyeAngel
BuckeyeAngel rated it 5 years ago
Melanie was on vacation or suppose to be but answered her phone anyway. Melanie was HR but Thaddeus Mitchell the III and he always contacts Melanie even after work hours. . Thaddeus has been hired directly by Melanie's boss and has been a pain in Melanie’s butt for thirty one days since he had been ...
Hopeless Romantic
Hopeless Romantic rated it 5 years ago
Summer Indiscretions has the potential to be something special. Melanie and Blake have a combustible energy that blends instant attraction and the insecurities of doubt to deliver a tempting foray into romance and the baggage that goes along with it. Following the heart, is a scary risk and I thou...
Hopeless Romantic
Hopeless Romantic rated it 5 years ago
Friends to lovers is a classic troupe that I never tire of exploring. The fear of change, the risk of following one's heart and the discovery that something special is just around the corner is what draws me to these type of romances. Missed Connections gave me all these aspects and much more with...
La Crimson Femme
La Crimson Femme rated it 7 years ago
Protecting a family member, especially a beloved twin sister?
The Fangirl
The Fangirl rated it 7 years ago
I should have know this wasn't going to work when the white man lead called the polynesian woman lead "heavenly flower" in the first sentence of the book. Ryan's a fireman in a small town, I am weak and I love these tropes, so I pushed on and was hopeful it would get better. Sadly, it only got worse...
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