venerdì 8 novembre 2019

Nashvegas Nights by Kat Addams



Release Date: 11.08.2019



Synopsis:

What happened backstage, didn’t always stay backstage ... in Nashvegas. 
 
Music Row star, Jason Jones loved three things— his dog, ice-cold beer, and gorgeous redheads. His life sounded like a country song ... and he had the baggage to prove it. One minute he was onstage crooning to a flame-haired goddess, and then he was backstage giving her an encore she’d never forget. 
 
Neither would he ... 
 
Hot mess express, Dorothy Elizabeth Prudence was a nurse by day and lonely by night. With a name like that, she never got laid. That was about to change, thanks to her “wing-woman” bestie. 
 
Hitting Nashville’s Music Row for a wild night had seemed like an excellent idea. She was only looking for a good time but found a lot more than she bargained for. 
 
They both did …


Review:


I've enjoyed reading this book.The story line was interesting and entertaining.

Liz, is a nurse and Jason, is a singer, they met at a club during a concert and the chemistry between them is amazing from the start. They spent some steamy hot moments together then go separate ways but they can't stay away from each other for too long.
Their relationship won't be always strong and steady because there are some unfinished business in the past that will cause some turmoils. 
Will they find their happily ever after?Or their past will definitively ruin their future together?

Find out how these Nashvegas Nights will end 1-clicking it as soon as possible.


mercoledì 6 novembre 2019

A Christmas Kiss by Eliza J Scott



Release Date: 11.04.2019


Synopsis:

The week before Christmas, GP Zander Gillespie finds his festive plans in tatters. He’s supposed to be flying out to his parents’ chateau in Carcassonne with his high-maintenance girlfriend, Melissa. But she has other ideas. She wants to spend Christmas in London with her party friends – and he’s not invited.

The prospect of facing his family, with their questions and their sympathy – not to mention the ‘I told you so-s’ - just isn’t an option. Instead, Zander decides to head to his holiday cottage in the quaint moorland village of Lytell Stangdale, where he intends to hide away with his faithful rescue Labrador Alf.

Eighty miles away, Livvie’s world has come crashing down. With plans to cook a romantic meal for her boyfriend, she heads home early and walks in on him in a compromising position with their neighbour. Fed-up of his lies and philandering ways, this is the final straw.

With her Christmas plans up in smoke, the thought of spending it with her parents and her smug, married sister with her pompous husband in tow, is enough to bring Livvie out in hives. So, when she fires up her laptop and finds the perfect little holiday cottage in Lytell Stangdale available to rent over the festive period, it seems the perfect solution. Or is it…?

Zander didn't believe in love at first sight until he set eyes on Livvie. Livvie had sworn off men until she met Zander. The pair may be reluctant to give in to temptation, but fate seems to have other ideas...


Review:


A Christmas kiss is such a beautiful, charming and sweet tale.
It is part of a series but it could be read as a stand alone but at the end you will be so curious you will run to 1-click the previous books to know more about the Lytell Stangdale villagers.

Zander and Livvie live two different lives in two different cities,a doctor the first and a saleswoman in a wedding dress shop the latter.When their plans for Christmas holidays are ruined by their partners they decided to run from their current lonely predicament and what's better than spend few days in a lovely cottage in the Moors.
Fate made them meet, will they accept their destiny and choose to change their lives in order to be happier? Or will they say goodbye to each other at the end of the holidays?

This was the perfect book to start my Christmassy reads...I highly recommend it.

martedì 22 ottobre 2019

Moonlighter by Sarina Bowen



Release Date: 10.22.2019

Synopsis:

Only in my family could a professional hockey player earning seven million dollars a year be considered a slacker.

I’m at the height of my athletic career. Yet my arrogant brother is always trying to recruit me into the family business: a global security company so secretive that I don’t even know its name.

Pass, thanks. I don’t need a summer job.

But the jerk ambushes me with a damsel in distress. That damsel is Alex, the competitive, sassy girl I knew when we were kids. Now she’s a drop-dead gorgeous woman in deep trouble.

So guess who’s on a flight to Hawaii?

It’s going to be a long week in paradise. My job is keeping Alex safe, while her job is torturing me with her tiny bikinis. Or maybe we’re torturing each other. It’s all snark and flirting until the threat against Alex gets serious. And this jock must become her major league protector.

Review:


Moonlighter was such a nice,funny and engrossing read. And and oh my gosh those last few chapters were so sweet,I still have hearts in my eyes.

Alex is the CEO of a telecommunications company ready to launch a new,innovative product. Eric is a hockey player with some health glitch. 
They are old friends that haven't seen each other for years and now they are forced to spend some days together in a wonderful hawaian resort for work. They have a lot of chemistry but they also have a lot of things on their minds that pull them apart.
Will they only enjoy their limited time together or will they give each other a chance forming a lasting relationship?

I fell in love with these characters,I'd like to meet them and be their friend in real life.

This was more than your typical sports romance and I can say that Sarina Bowen is good writing also spy novels.I can't wait to read next book in the series.

giovedì 17 ottobre 2019

The Second We Met by Maya Hughes



Release Date: 10.17.2019


Synopsis:

Dear Jerk Across the Street, sorry for accidentally walking in on you and catching an eyeful of your—equipment. And hard pass on the open invitation to join you in the shower “anytime”, A-hole.

That’s the note I should’ve written. Instead I sent a pleasant and apologetic version.

Had I known Phoenix “Nix” Russo would’ve been the neighbor from hell, I’d have told him right where he could shove my words.

Nix is the big man on campus with everyone lined up at his games to make sure he knows it. Sure, he’s got piercing blue eyes, abs that don’t quit and a smile that could set fire to a set of panties from a hundred yards away, but he’s also the biggest pain in my ass.

Dear Pink-Haired Menace, learn how to take a joke and stop being such a kill-joy...

Elle Masterson called the cops on one of my parties—again. My sweet talking usually gets me out of trouble, but this time it got me into a nice pair of silver handcuffs. Now I’m on a reputation rehab tour with a stop at a spring break community service project.

Guess who’s my new boss?

Now we’re shoulder to shoulder, sweaty, tired and…she’s not anything like I expected. There might just be a heart under that hardass exterior. She’s invading my dreams and I can’t shake the feeling she’s the key to unlocking a piece of me that I’ve hidden away.

It’s only a matter of time until she finds out why I’m really here.

Maybe I can break through her walls and into her heart before that happens...one screw at a time.


Review:


The Second We Met is the second book in the Fulton U series and it can be read as a standalone, in fact this is the first story I've ever read written by Maya Hughes but I'm hooked now and I need to catch up her previous works.

Elle and Nix are college students,the first is really invested into every kind of voluntary activities and the latter is the star quarterback of the football team.They are so different they hate each other on the spot since the first day they meet. When their lives interwine thanks to a community project she finds out that maybe ther's more about him than his gorgeous body and athletic talent, and he discovers a broken heart under that bright pink hair and bitc*ing attitude.

I've really enjoyed to read this story and to figure out the beauty of these characters page after page.

Excerpt:

“What kind of good deed would it be if we weren’t all trudging around whipping ourselves to prove how special our contributions are? God forbid people enjoy themselves while doing something good.”
“I never said people can’t have fun. I have fun.”
“Could have fooled me.” He could’ve at least had the decency to pretend to say it under his breath.
“Maybe our ideas of fun are completely different. Did you ever think that’s possible? Oh, I forgot, you have a serious lack of empathy and no ability to put yourself in other people’s shoes.”
“What the hell kind of thing is that to say? One second we’re cool and the next you’re biting my damn head off. It’s been like this since the second we met.”
The back of my neck heated up as the flashes of Nix wearing nothing but a towel on his head played in my mind.
“One minute you’re checking me out and the next you’re flipping your shit.”
I whipped around. “I have never checked you out.” Okay, maybe a little. “Why are you even here?” Did I sound territorial? Yes, but that’s what happens when someone gets under your skin, especially someone like Nix who I wanted to pretend could never do so.
The muscles in his neck strained. Was it with frustration? Good, at least I wasn’t the only one pulling into that station. “Can’t I want to do something nice? Can’t I take the time to give back to a community that’s given me so much? You’re the one who can’t put herself in other people’s shoes. No wonder they still had spots for this project—apparently you have to be the right kind of person to help others or they get nothing but shit on by you.” His words bounced off the wooden rafters of the workshop, and I stood there stunned into silence. He threw down the hammer and stalked off. “I’m going to get some water—if that’s okay with you.”
He walked through the open doorway and I slammed my eyes shut. Damnit, why’d he have to have an actual point? I ran my fingers through my hair. Guilt soured the breakfast meal he’d shared with me. I was an asshole and the one whose altruism had an agenda. He was there to help out of the kindness of his heart.
Nix came back with two bottles of water and slammed one down next to my stuff. Why’d he have to be so nice? Why couldn’t he be the arrogant asshole I’d pegged him as since day one? Time to suck it up and make amends. How hard could that be?

giovedì 10 ottobre 2019

Pour Judgment by Heather M. Orgeron



Release Date: 10.10.2019


Synopsis:

Korie Potter’s got goals. Goals that do not include following in her mother’s footsteps. Rock stars and the life of the rich and famous? Yeah… not interested. She likes her heart in one piece, thank you very much.

Until a weekend of booze and bad decisions at camp Pour Judgment finds her fake-engaged to country music’s most notorious bad boy, Rhett Taylor, and completely at his mercy.

You see, Korie Potter’s also got a dream, and her new “fiancé” just may have the connections to make it come true.

Review:


Pour Judgment was a nice, heartwarming, quick read.

This is the story of Rhett, a famous country singer and Korie, a college student with the dream of becoming a well-known skater. She also hates singers and when they meet at a party she puts up a fight against Rhett's courting but he is definitely ready to fight for her.
Will he succeed changing her mind??Or their relationship is doomed from the start?

Read this story as soon as possible, I bet you fall head over heals for the swoon worthy hero.