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Playing for Keeps by Rosa Temple

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Release Date: 02.12.2018 Synopsis: Love, Life, and a Whole Lotta Handbags. Having papered over the cracks in her relationship with artist boyfriend Anthony, Magenta Bright is fully focused on opening her first shop on the King’s Road – and on coaching her best friend – vodka-swilling, catty supermodel Anya – through her unexpected pregnancy. But with Anthony away in Italy on a lucrative commission, the distance between them is more than metaphoric. And then Magenta’s ex, Hugo, shows up, the man she once lost her heart to. At one time there was nothing more important to Magenta than fashion and fun, and throwing herself into every drama that passes her way. But now Magenta’s world is rocked by questions of life and death, and how she would cope if the people closest to her were gone for good. At work, she can’t seem to put a foot wrong, but in her personal life she’s her own worst enemy. And the stakes have never been higher…   Review: Playing for Keeps was

Young Love by Alyson Santos

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Release Date: 07.25.2018 Synopsis: Sometimes you need to let yourself fall… Recently divorced Sienna Porter has the life she’s supposed to. A house, career, even a hot young contractor working upstairs to distract her. At thirty-eight, she’s entitled to a little fun (according to her best friend, anyway). Pain, though— it’s so clever in the way it infects hope and poisons happiness.  Jace Beckett should be flying high. Talented, driven, and disciplined, he’s far beyond his twenty-three years. He’s used to the game, the attention his looks and highly trained body get from women. Doesn’t mean he likes to play. Doesn’t mean his own secrets aren’t intent on tearing him down. It’s just a fling. Sexy. Temporary. It’s not supposed to last. It’s not supposed to transform into love. It’s certainly not supposed to become the air you breathe and everything worth fighting for. Review: Young Love was a great read but I didn't expect any less from the mind and hand

It Started With A Tweet by Anna Bell

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Release Date: 12.07.2017 Synopsis: Can Daisy Hobson log off   for love...? Daisy Hobson lives her whole life online. A marketing manager by day, she tweets her friends, instagrams every meal and arranges (frankly, appalling) dates on Tinder. But when her social media obsession causes her to make a catastrophic mistake at work, Daisy finds her life going into free-fall . . .  Her sister Rosie thinks she has the answer to all of Daisy's problems - a digital detox in a remote cottage in Cumbria, that she just happens to need help doing up. Soon, too, Daisy finds herself with two welcome distractions: sexy French exchange-help Alexis, and Jack, the brusque and rugged man-next-door, who keeps accidentally rescuing her. But can Daisy, a London girl, ever really settle into life in a tiny, isolated village? And, more importantly, can she survive without her phone?  Review: This was a nice,funny and thought provoking read. Daisy is a brilliant woman, her li

Angry Annie by Dawn L. Chiletz

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Release Date: 07.12.2018 Synopsis: Joslyn Walters has goals: 1. Infiltrate the life of the internet troll, Annie McClintonuck, who wrote a nasty review for her sister’s bakery before it even opened. 2. Write an article exposing Annie for a fraud, thereby catapulting Joslyn's stalled career from fact-checker to journalist. 3. Flirt with, but don’t fall for, said troll's hot, seemingly shy, incredibly edible next door neighbor, Rhode Bennett. 4. Try not to let one week change her life. Not all trolls are cute and fuzzy but some lemons are gold in disguise. Review: This story is written by a new to me author,it was nice,funny and thought provoking. I'll be checking out Dawn L. Chiletz previous works as soon as possible because Angry Annie was surprising and her flawless writing conquered me. Joss is the fact-checking girl for a newspaper but her dream is to become a reporter so when she comes across a nasty review for her sister's new bak

Rumors, Episode 4 by Rachael Brownell

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Release Date: 07.12.2018 Synopsis: "Like wildfire, rumors are easy to spread... and hard to extinguish." It was supposed to be one night. After watching Ryder fawn all over that little skank, I needed more than booze to help me forget what I lost. What I’d thrown away. I should have known better than to get involved with another one of the Dixon brothers clan. Their friends are like family and the Dixon family doesn’t keep secrets from each other. So when one night turned into a week spent rolling around in the sheets, I knew I was in trouble.  Everyone would find out what I’d done. They’d be able to see through my thick facade. Rumors will fly. Unless… maybe I can spin the truth.  Review: I've really enjoyed this novel. I like to read stories that surprise me and make me change my mind about some characters. We knew Megan as Ryder 's mean ex wife but in this book she tells us her part of the story helping u

Miss Behave by Nikky Kaye

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Release Date: 07.10.2018 Synopsis: BEHAVING IS OVERRATED. When he stormed into my office and said I owed him a date, I thought he was crazy. Okay, crazy and hot. But I couldn’t help it that my advice column blocked his, uh, rooster. Good girls like me aren’t supposed to fall for dirty-talking men with smoldering eyes and hidden tattoos—especially since now that we’re working together. If you can call going on blind double dates and researching adult toy stores work… Why did I want to be a good girl, again? Review: I really enjoyed reading Miss Behave,a nice,light hearted and sexy read. Lizzie and Ash are two advice columnists for two rival web magazine until their bosses decide to merge putting our main characters's work on the line.At this point Miss Behave and A Guy's Guy engage in a "battle" for the best adivices. Nikky Kaye wrote a good love-hate office romance,one of my favorite trope, with two main characters that have so muc

The Accidentals by Sarina Bowen

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Release Date: 07.10.2018 Synopsis: Never ask a question unless you’re sure you want the truth.  I’ve been listening to my father sing for my whole life. I carry him in my pocket on my mp3 player. It’s just that we’ve never met face to face.  My mother would never tell me how I came to be, or why my rock star father and I have never met. I thought it was her only secret. I was wrong.  When she dies, he finally appears. Suddenly I have a first class ticket into my father’s exclusive world. A world I don’t want any part of – not at this cost. Only three things keep me going: my a cappella singing group, a swoony blue-eyed boy named Jake, and the burning questions in my soul.
 There’s a secret shame that comes from being an unwanted child. It drags me down, and puts distance between me and the boy I love.  My father is the only one alive who knows my history. I need the truth, even if it scares me. Review: The Accidentals was a beautiful read. E

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