Mixed Up by Emma Hart #BookReview #Excerpt #NewAdult
Mixed Up is a sassy, ballsy, vivacious contemporary romance with humor and heart. There's zero love lost between Raven and Parker, who have hated and needled each other for decades, but that little spark of lust is new, and they're both determined to ignore, resist, repress! This story is fun and rowdy, and readers with big, boisterous families will identify with the Greek invasion that is Raven's extended family.
September 23, 2013
Book Spotlight: Tawna Fenske’s top 5 reasons to fall in love with Eat, Play, Lust’s sexy hero Paul
Please help me welcome author Tawna Fenske to GraveTells today!
At least three times a year, I fall in love with a new man.
My gentleman friend is fine with this, and even encourages my amorous endeavors. He kinda has to, since the other men help keep a roof over our heads.
See, the men I’m talking about are all imaginary. They’re the fictitious heroes of the romantic comedy novels and novellas I write for a living, and I adore of them in a different way.
July 13, 2013
Micro-Review: Taste the Heat (a Love and Games novel) by Rachel Harris
Taste the Heat is a charming, heartfelt story about old love, unexpected betrayal, and finding yourself through the ashes of a painful past. Colby and Jason's story is both sweet and alluring, leaving you feeling satisfied and full of hope. He is a great hero - gentle, confident, and courageous - and she is beautifully flawed with a welcoming personality. And Emma, Jason's daughter, is an adorable little tornado of a preteen who very nearly stole the show!
Taste the Heat is a quick and engaging read with emotional depth and a lovely Happy-Ever-After. All the characters are very likable and the New Adult genre keeps the heat rating on this story low, meaning there's nothing explicit [...]
February 28, 2013
Book Review: The Trouble With Cowboys (Catcher Creek #1) by Melissa Cutler
This book is really good. It starts off feeling like a cowboy fluff piece and blooms into a heartbreaking saga of love, loss, and the bonds between family, friends, and lovers. The writing is mature and elegantly appropriate and the characters will draw you right into their world of desert vistas and Southwestern charm, where the slower pace of life makes everything that much more rich and enjoyable. I just wanted a quick, smutty read for Cowboy Romance Week and this book completely demolished all my expectations, continually endearing me in to a story that opens up in its own sweet time. Sexy with heart, is what this book is. More please, Ms. Cutler! And I don't want to wait! The [...]
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