Dark and Dazzling (Sassy Boyz #2) by Elizabeth Varlet #BookReview
Let me just say straight off: I LOVED THIS BOOK! Not only is this series unique in a genre crowded by tired tropes and cookie-cutter characters, this book in particular shines so brightly that I couldn't stop thinking about it for days. Connelly Reid—a police detective with a giving spirit and a helping heart—is such a likeable guy, yet he can go into dominant cop mode in a heartbeat. This guy gives off safe vibes as easily as he can send that thrill of power over your skin. So sexy. After an accidental meeting reveals the real Azariah Hayes, Con can't stop thinking about him.
August 13, 2013
Micro-Review: Love Him or Leave Him (Small Town, Big Dreams #2) by Sara Daniel
I enjoyed this book plenty, but beware that this book starts off kind of sad. The history of the characters and between them is enough to make a girl cry a little. However, I enjoyed the town and its people, especially as they related to our couple. Connor is so sweet, and Becca is so dedicated and the people around them can’t help but be supportive.
You can tell there was a story before this one, but not in such a way that you feel like you’re missing anything, so this makes a fine stand-alone read. It’s well-written with good mystery, even if it’s a little predictable, good personal conflicts and character depth, and great chemistry even with closed door love scenes (which is [...]
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