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January 3, 2016

GT’s Top Romance Picks for 2015! #GTBA15 #BookBloggers

2015 was a hectic year for me personally, so I DNF’d a higher-than-usual number of books. Or maybe my newfound impatience with lagging pacing and meh storylines is just a side effect of getting older. In any case, that means that any story I actually finished last year left a memorable impression. This short list of romances represents the best of the best from my 2015 reading list. If none of the stories I’ve chosen are already close to your own heart, I hope you’ll give them a try. THANK YOU to all the authors below for your stellar work and for entertaining me when I needed it most. Much <3!

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From my review of [...]

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January 3, 2016

Begging For It (Asking For It #2) by Lilah Pace #BookReview #GTBA15

*** This review is SPOILER-FREE! Read on with confidence! ***

Fans of Lilah Pace’s Asking For It will be begging to get their hands on this second installment in the series that has the internet all a-twitter about that fine line between the fantasy of non-consensual sex and the harsh reality of rape. In the first chapter of the story, Ms. Pace briefly touches on a topic which has recently seen a flurry of criticism:

The world spends too much time telling women how not to be raped—more time than it spends telling men not to rape.

Many romance authors seem to dream up an unlikely, unbearably sexy man and then set out to convince [...]

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January 3, 2016

Sustained (Legal Briefs #2) by Emma Chase #BookReview #GTBA15

Sustained is a massive win for Emma Chase, and I sincerely hope there are many more stories to come from this family and friend grouping as the kids all start to come of age. Sustained is a brilliant and satisfying read, and a GraveTells 2015 Editor's Choice award winner!
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January 3, 2016

Him (Him #1) by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy #BookReview #GTBA15

This is a feel good romance that does everything right. The characters are addicting, the relationship is deep and well founded, and the outcome is believable. While told from dual male first person perspective (present tense), the dialogue of these two young men feels authentic: no shadow of an overtly female brain penning their thoughts and actions. Wes and Jamie are virile, rough young men, and the prose honestly reflects that. HIM is the 2015 GraveTells Book of the Year!
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