Posts Tagged: 5 Hearts

Hereafter by Joya Fields

I just finished Hereafter by Joya Fields and all I can say is… Wow! I could see each scene in Hereafter played out in my mind like a movie. I cast Hugh Grant as Rob and Nicole Kidman as Angie (don’t ask me why I chose actors with accents, it’s… Read more »

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Cowboy Jackpot: Christmas by Randi Alexander

Cowboy Jackpot: Christmas is the first book in this new series by Randi Alexander and I loved it. What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but only if you want it to. When Bull rider Boone Hancock meets New York City girl Gieselle Colberg-Staub sparks fly. Gigi, as Boone… Read more »

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Fix You by Mari Carr

If you are a fan of books that will set your emotions spinning on an out of out of control roller coaster, then Fix You by Mari Carr is the absolute perfect choice for you. Whether you’re crying, laughing, or just plain swooning, I can almost guarantee that this book will touch… Read more »

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Holiday Hangover by Kelli Scott

What do you get when you combine a secret, sexy, Spanish Santa and a girl who has no idea how to have fun? Fun … lots and lots of fur lined, handcuff laced fun. Holiday Hangover by Kelli Scott may have been short … but oh my God, was it hot! Wow! All work and no play… Read more »

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No Regrets, No Surrender by Heather Long

No Regrets, No Surrender is the continuing story of Jazz, Zach and Logan from Retreat Hell! She Just Got Here. This continuation of the Always a Marine series is not a 1NS, it is a longer novella and truly delves into the complicated relationship of these three heroes. At the… Read more »

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Secrets and Lies by Jamie Hill

Secrets and Lies by Jamie Hill is a stirring story of love and the sacrifices made to keep it intact. I loved all the characters in Secrets and Lies and felt the plot was good. I would read another book by Jamie Hill. Natalie Jameson has a handsome husband, three… Read more »

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Santa’s Executive by Carrie Ann Ryan

Holiday Montana is a nexus for supernaturals, especially those of the holiday kind. And somehow it seems that the Cooper boys are at the center of it all. Justin Cooper receives a call telling him he is one of Santa’s Executives. He hangs up on the giggling elf, only to… Read more »

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Miami, Mistletoe & Murder by Katie Reus

The fourth book in the Red Stone Security series, Miami, Mistletoe & Murder is my favorite in the series thus far. Katie Reus is a wonderful story teller, be it paranormal or contemporary, she has yet to write anything I haven’t enjoyed. Fierce and sexy, former Marine Travis Sanchez has… Read more »

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Making Sense by Serenity Woods

I loving all the new authors I’m finding from “down under” and I’m even starting to understand most of the slang in these books. I will admit I may have missed a few phrases in Making Sense, but I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. Freya Fletcher longs to travel and use… Read more »

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The Finest Line by Catherine Taylor

The Finest Line has to have one of the most twisted story lines I have read in a long time, and I mean that in a very good way.The Finest Line starts with action and ends with more as Mairead faces her personal demons and encounters more trouble than she… Read more »

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