Monday, March 2, 2015

[Kame's Review]: "Thirty Days to Win His Wife"

Thirty Days to Win His Wife by Andrea Laurence
Publisher: Harlequin Desire (February 1, 2015)
Series: Brides and Belles, 2
Genre: Category Romance -- Contemporary

Even with a baby on the way, Amelia's holding out for the perfect husband. Tyler has thirty days to prove he's the one. 

Best friends Tyler Dixon and Amelia Kennedy eloped to Vegas on a whim. But before they can deal with their quickie divorce, she confesses: she's pregnant. Now there's no way Tyler will agree to go their separate ways. He wants them to stay married, raise their child together, share a house—and a bed. 

Yet Amelia has always dreamed of a perfect marriage…and she doesn't think this self-made millionaire is lifetime material despite their friendship. She's given him just one month to prove her wrong…



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Reviews of Laurence's Previous Novels:

Heir to Scandal (#3) -- Pat


Kame's Review:

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Weekly Recap (56)



Every Sunday afternoon, I will post a "Weekly Recap" of everything that went up on the blog in the previous week. Reviews, guest posts giveaway, etc. This will provide quick access to anything you may have missed. I hope you enjoy!


February 23rd - March 1st: 

Lusting for Covers (218)



Lusting for Covers is a weekly meme, held on Sunday, that allows bloggers to share their current cover obsession with fellow book lovers.

This meme is hosted by TBQ @ TBQ's Book Palace.

To view complete instructions on how to participate, as well as grab the HTML code for the graphic, see this page first!



Once you are ready to join the fun,

please fill out Mister Linky below with

your name/blog name and the direct

link to your Lusting for Covers for this

week!





Here's my candidate for the week:

Saturday, February 28, 2015

[Kame's Review]: "The Doctor's Cowboy"

The Doctor's Cowboy by Trish Milburn
Publisher: Harlequin American Romance (March 1, 2015)
Genre: Category Romance -- Contemporary

THE PERFECT PRESCRIPTION 

Dr. Chloe Brody cares about all her patients. Maybe more than she should. Because one day rodeo cowboy Wyatt Kelley shows up in her ER, busted up but still flirting. He's got no place to go, so she takes him home. 

Soon, Wyatt is seeing stuff no one else in Chloe's life has noticed. The pretty doctor has a full life, but inside, she's alone, just like him. When the attraction between them heats up, Wyatt knows he should leave Blue Falls and Chloe behind—because what can a broken cowboy with an ugly past offer a woman like her? Chloe, though, is determined to show Wyatt that she doesn't care about his past. She just wants him to be a part of her future.  



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Friday, February 27, 2015

#FitReaders: Weekly Check-In





A new year, new goals. And this year I'm participating in FitReaders to help get in shape. 

#FitReaders is hosted by Geeky Bloggers Book Blog  and That’s What I’m Talking About. Interested in joining? Find out more HERE


[ARC Review]: "Nothing Like Paris"

Nothing Like Paris by Amy Jo Cousins
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (March 3, 2015)
Series: Bend or Break, 2
Genre: NA M/M Romance

Humble pie wasn’t supposed to taste this sweet.

Jack Tarkington’s life is in the toilet. He was supposed to be spending his junior year studying someplace cool like Paris or Rome. Instead, after taking out his anger on the campus “golden boy”, whose dad ripped off his parents, Jack is facing possible expulsion.

Sure, it’s all his own fault, but coming back to the small Iowa town he thought he’d escaped, after crowing about his admission to a prestigious school, has been a humbling experience.

When he runs into Miguel, Jack braces for backlash over the way he lorded it over his old friend and flame. Instead, Miguel offers him friendship—and a job at his growing farm-to-table store and cafĂ©.

Against the odds, both guys bond over broken dreams and find common ground in music. But when Jack’s college gives him a second chance, he’s torn between achieving a dream that will take him far from home, and a love that strikes a chord he’ll never find anywhere else.


Warning: This book contains a humbled guy who’s on the brink of losing it all, a determined entrepreneur who seems to have it all together, apologies issued through banjo-picking duets, and two lovers who can play each other’s bodies like virtuosos.



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Thursday, February 26, 2015

February Royal Picks + Giveaway!



We're starting a new post each month that will highlight our favorite reads -- Royal Picks!

As you may have noticed, any reviews that are Royal Picks will be labeled as such, with our stamp of approval on the cover. Then, the last Thursday of each month, I'll do a round-up post with all of our picks (both the ones reviewed and the ones that we simple read and gave a high rating to). 

The best part? Each month I'll offer TWO lucky winners their choice of one of our Royal Picks! Details below!

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

[Pat's Review]: "Make Me Up"

Make Me Up by Avery Flynn
Publisher: Entangled: Ignite (February 16, 2015)
Series: Killer Style,
Genre: Romantic Suspense

Former special ops-turned private-investigator Cam Hardy leaves a trail of broken hearts wherever he goes. He's all charm and sex appeal, and who can blame him for putting it to good use? Besides, it works damn well on the stunning and tough-as-nails makeup artist Drea Sanford. Only this time, Cam may be in over his head...

Drea is trying to keep her naughty affair with Cam a secret. After all, he's Harbor City's version of a Casanova...if Casanova had a motorcycle. When Cam makes their hot little liaison known to the public, however, Drea vows never to have sex with him again. Then one of her clients turns up dead. Now Drea is suspect number one—and she needs Cam's help. But sleeping with him is one thing...trusting him is quite another. 



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Reviews of Flynn's Previous Novels:

This Year's Black (#2) -- Pat

Enemies on Tap (#1) -- Pat
Hollywood on Tap (#2) -- Pat

Hot Dare (#1) -- Pat


Pat's Review: