Frog Hog revels in witty, snappy banter and straight-up raw sex. It's a quick read, unputdownable from there's-a-frogman-i-wanna-bag to i-can't-live-without-his-dirty-lovin'. I'm looking forward to more sexy, flirty, punchy stories in this Frog Hog series.
March 16, 2017
Hero Hair (Real SEAL #2) by Rachel Robinson #BookReview
God, this book. We're only a quarter into 2017 and I already know Hero Hair is going to be one of my favorite romances of the year. It's raw and devastating and vicious and loving, clever and funny and so heart-stoppingly beautiful at times I wanted to cry. It has atmospheric highs and brutal lows. Hero Hair is a story about picking your battles, knowing when the choices matter and when a sacrifice is worth someone else's happiness. It's about truly growing up, when you could have sworn you were already an actual adult. And it's about holding on to love with both hands when it's easier to convince yourself you don't deserve it.
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