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review 2021-09-11 09:18
Blog Tour w/Review - Code Name: Tiara

 

From New York Times Bestselling Author Sawyer Bennett comes the next book in the Jameson Force Security series. You can read CODE NAME: TIARA now and purchase the paperback. Sign up for Sawyer's newsletter for exclusive details about all of her upcoming titles.

 

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Code Name: Tiara by Sawyer Bennett

A Jameson Force Security Novel

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I joined Jameson Force Security for three reasons: the missions, the danger, and the money. I definitely didn’t join the team to be an overpriced babysitter for a spoiled princess. Ask anyone who knows me, and they’ll tell you Jackson Gale is an adventurer through and through. Yet here I am, halfway across the world, watching over Princess Camille of the House Winterbourne. Even her name sounds stuck up.

 

After arriving in Bretaria, I realize that Princess Camille is nothing that I expected. Beautiful, smart, and sophisticated, Camille is the very picture of elegance and grace. But under her perfect façade, she is funny, adventurous, sexy as hell, and impossible to resist. And that is a dangerous combination.

 

The closer Camille and I become, the more obvious it is that while she and I are compatible in many ways, our destinies are not. She has a duty to the monarchy, and I’m just an average American who’s fallen for a princess. Everyone says we can’t be together, but how does one walk away from the other half of their heart?  

 

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Code Name: Tiara (Jameson Force Security #7)Code Name: Tiara by Sawyer Bennett
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is book # 7 in the Jameson Force Security series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. To enjoy the series, and to avoid any spoilers, I recommend reading this sexy series in order.

Jackson thinks he will be basically babysitting a spoiled brat when he gets the assignment to watch over Princess Camille. She turns out to be a pleasant surprise. What he does not expect is to be so hot and heavy over her he is willing to do anything she asks.

Princess Camille is not happy with being left in the dark with whatever the latest threat on her family must be. She is preparing as best she can to take over her father's duties when he is ready. Now she has the sparks between her and Jackson to contend with.

This is a very good story from the characters, the heat, the pacing, and so much more. Lots of familiar characters for fans of the series to be happy as well as plenty of surprises to keep you wanting to turn that page also. I did not want to put it down!


***This ARC copy was given in exchange for the honest review.

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AUTHOR INFORMATION:

New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestselling author Sawyer Bennett uses real life experience to create relatable stories that appeal to a wide array of readers. From contemporary romance, fantasy romance, and both women’s and general fiction, Sawyer writes something for just about everyone.

 

A former trial lawyer from North Carolina, when she is not bringing fiction to life, Sawyer is a chauffeur, stylist, chef, maid, and personal assistant to her very adorable daughter, as well as full-time servant to her wonderfully naughty dogs.

 

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quote 2021-09-10 07:05
“There’s only one thing I know—have always known—that I wanted out of life. And it’s you.”
Adorkable - Cookie O'Gorman

― Cookie O'Gorman, Adorkable

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review 2021-09-10 02:02
TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT by Adriana Kraft
Too Close for Comfort - Adriana Kraft Too Close for Comfort - Adriana Kraft

Jen and Brett's relationship intensifies with Sarah. Donna and Ryan break it off with Jen and Brett. Jen feels somewhat guilty but not enough to give up Sarah and their summer plans. Brett questions her but does not push her. Sarah feels ready to move into meeting others so Jen sets up a play date with Alice and Carl who then share a story with Jen and Brett. Who knows where it leads?

 

I liked this installment. The relationship with the three of them really heats up. I appreciate when Alice and Carl try to smooth things over with Donna and Ryan but Donna is just too hurt. I also like Alice's questioning of Jen, not in a hurtful way but in a caring and compassionate way. They are all still hot!

 

Now that Jen is questioning as is Sarah, we'll have to see what Donna and Ryan do. Looking forward to seeing what happens.

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text 2021-08-31 17:08
Release Day Blitz: Vengeance by Jane Henry

[Because facebook has very unfairly blocked my blog, Punya Reviews..., from being promoted on their platform, I'm using booklikes as a "gateway" of sorts so I have a link to promote. It's been over 7 months but I tried for the first 4 months to reach them through any means I could find without any luck whatsoever. Doesn't look like I'll get the block removed anytime soon, if ever. More on what happened can be found here.]

 

LINK to my release day blitz post for Vengeance on Punya Reviews...: 

https://punyareviews.blogspot.com/2021/08/release-day-blitz-vengeance-by-jane.html

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review 2021-08-31 08:10
Blog Tour w/Review - Love & Other Trouble
  
Title: Love & Other Trouble
Author: Jackie Walker
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: August 17, 2021
Cover Design: Kim Bailey, Bailey's Cover Boutique
Photographer: Reggie Deanching of RplusMphoto
Cover Model: Aidan Stewart
 
 
 
 
"Jackie Walker has another winner in this book. I love that CJ and Archer are both in their 40's and are mature characters who can have a relationship without childish drama. You want to read this book" - Judy Lynn Loves Books
"Jackie did it again with another HILARIOUS romcom that was also full of spice, emotion and super swoon worthy moments that yanked at these heartstrings of mine." - Michelle, GoodReads Reviewer
"I want to be an Amos-hole!" - Debbie, GoodReads Reviewer
"This is the fourth book in the Amos family saga and it is the best! I have actually said this after the last two, but they just keep getting better." - Lisa, GoodReads Reviewer

 
I’ve always been textbook people pleaser with third-degree middle child syndrome.
Putting everyone else first with a smile on my face was working out pretty well for me when out of nowhere, Archer Bliss — a growly single dad — drops a bomb on my carefully constructed happy life.
It seems my boyfriend has been cheating on me with Archer’s girlfriend. Even worse? She’s my coworker and secret archnemesis.
 
The old me would have forgiven them and wished them the best.
 
But the new me has had enough.
 
So, I do the (ir)rational thing and dump my lunch all over the backstabbing cheaters. Then I plant a kiss right on Archer’s very kissable lips right in front of both of them.
 
That’s right — I started a war by serving up a dish called revenge, which is best served with lips and lo mein.
 
And now, I’ve somehow teamed up with this hunky beast of a man to get even with our cheating exes.
 
At least it started that way, but now it’s an excuse to spend time together… some of which is horizontal.
 
The catch? He’s got three kids who need him, and I’m still trying to figure out who I am. Starting a romance with each of us fresh out of a messy breakup is only asking for trouble.
 
But the new me likes trouble.
And Archer Bliss is trouble with a capital T.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Love & Other Trouble: A Single Dad Rom ComLove & Other Trouble: A Single Dad Rom Com by Jackie Walker
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This book is technically a stand alone novel. Please use caution if you have not read the author's works for the Amos Family. Just wanted to warn potential readers that this is child #3, in the Amos family.

CJ cannot believe what she has heard! She has been cheated on. When she learns that she was the fool, she dumps the cheater and kisses the messenger. With an exciting start, this story continues with hijinks, humor and revenge.

Archer is a single dad of 3, and very attracted to the amazing CJ right from the start. It took a while for me to really get into this story. I found it to be a bit wordy and more like diary entries. Once I got over my issues the story moved right along and made me laugh plenty. While I had issues with the beginning, this is a fun read.

***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.

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One day during the COVID quarantine (a.k.a. the dark time), Jackie was reading yet another laugh a minute rom-com by Lucy Score or Pippa Grant, and she thought to herself - hey, I can do that. And so, she did and it turned out even better than even she thought possible.
 
Jackie is a fresh face on the romance author scene destined to shake things up with her signature blend of light-hearted comedy, over the top characters and romantic heartwarming moments. A voracious romance reader herself, Jackie writes stories featuring the four S's: Snark, Swoons, Steam and Sarcasm. Her heroines are bad-ass and her heroes are easy on the eyes and heavy on the charm.
 
When she is not writing funny stories about swoony heroes and the women who get to play with them, she is reading all types of romance novels or taking care of her army of cats and her teenage son (who also speaks fluent sarcasm).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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