Posts Categorized: friends to lovers

Review: Down for the Count (Dare Me #1) by Christine Bell

Review: Down for the Count (Dare Me #1) by Christine Bell

I picked up this copy of Down for the Count in November 2014 so this book has been on Mt. TBR for one year, eight months. Down for the Count qualifies for my “The Mt. TBR Struggle is Real” challenge!!! Down for the Count also qualifies for my 2016 Kindle… Read more »

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Review: Best Man for the Bridesmaid (The DeFiore Brothers #2) by Jennifer Faye

Review: Best Man for the Bridesmaid (The DeFiore Brothers #2) by Jennifer Faye

Meh. Best Man for the Bridesmaid is a perfectly fine book. I was just bored or rolling my eyes or bored while rolling my eyes. Best Man for the Bridesmaid isn’t a silly book, per se. It’s just…has silly (but not funny) moments that sorta made me want to cringe…. Read more »

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Review: The Deal (Off-Campus #1) by Elle Kennedy

Review: The Deal (Off-Campus #1) by Elle Kennedy

The Deal is amazingly cute! A ton of my Goodreads friends have been reading The Deal for weeks now – and all of them were squeeing about it. I don’t normally read NA (New Adult) but I read this one because of all the praise. I’m glad I finally bit… Read more »

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Review: Taking What’s Naughty (Forced Submission #6) by Alexa Riley

Review: Taking What’s Naughty (Forced Submission #6) by Alexa Riley

Meh. I’ve read and enjoyed the other books in the Forced Submission series so I was excited to see that Ms Riley was releasing a new book in the series. This one was rather meh and I didn’t really enjoy it. Considering all of the books in this series have… Read more »

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Review: My Darkest Passion (My Immortals #5) by Carolyn Jewel

Review: My Darkest Passion (My Immortals #5) by Carolyn Jewel

Dr. Harsh Marit! Finally! I feel conflicted about this one. Dr. Harsh Marit has been one of my favorite secondary characters in this series for some time. I was excited to see how his book would go but I have some feels about the dark subject matter of Harsh’s book…. Read more »

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Review: My Dangerous Pleasure (My Immortals #4) by Carolyn Jewel

Review: My Dangerous Pleasure (My Immortals #4) by Carolyn Jewel

I’m in the process of reviewing the My Immortals series and I’m totally out of order, lol. I think I’m finding it easier to review my favorites first…and I loved My Dangerous Pleasure. I was totally surprised to find how much I loved Iskander. 😀 I wasn’t a fan of… Read more »

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Review: Nikolai (Her Russian Protector #4) by Roxie Rivera  *light spoilers*

Review: Nikolai (Her Russian Protector #4) by Roxie Rivera *light spoilers*

Out of the four books in the Her Russian Protector series that I’ve read, Nikolai is the most “grim.” I still feel that a lot of Nikolai still falls within the “fantasy romance” arena [as in the romance itself is a fantasy] but it is one of the more realistic… Read more »

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Review: Dimitri (Her Russian Protector #2) by Roxie Rivera

Review: Dimitri (Her Russian Protector #2) by Roxie Rivera

I liked this one! Dimitri is a very cute “bad boy” romance. It’s heavy on the sweet (emotional) while being pretty light on the bad boy part. LOVE. I decided to read Dimitri after finishing up Last Hit. Last Hit wasn’t a hit for me but Dimitri hit the sweet… Read more »

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Review: Laid Bare (Brown Family #1) by Lauren Dane

Review: Laid Bare (Brown Family #1) by Lauren Dane

I’m not really sure what to say about Laid Bare…or how I feel about it, exactly. I started reading The Brown Family series (starting with Laid Bare) because of the way Lauren Dane seems to write her contemporary romances: there are multiple different series BUT they all (so far, at… Read more »

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Review: Tart (Delicious #2) by Lauren Dane

Review: Tart (Delicious #2) by Lauren Dane

As I mentioned in my review for Sway, I’m reading the Delicious series because I read the Hurley Boys series and one of the Hurley’s books actually take place in the Delicious series. I will also try to make my way through the Brown Family. It seems that at least… Read more »

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