Posts Categorized: friends to lovers

Review: Bad Girl Good by Sadey Quinn

Review: Bad Girl Good by Sadey Quinn

Chloe is a pretty brunette with a lot of spunk and not a whole lot of sense. After she experiences yet another failed relationship with a good guy, her long-time friend Todd enters the picture with romantic interest. But being with Todd carries some weight. Instead of dealing with her… Read more »

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Speed Dating (Harlequin NASCAR #2) by Nancy Warren

Speed Dating (Harlequin NASCAR #2) by Nancy Warren

One minute I’m locked out of my hotel room, and the next…Dylan Hargreave thinks I’m an actress paid to pose as his girlfriend at a North Carolina society wedding. How did this happen to me, of all people? Kendall Clarke, award-winning actuary, the veritable shining star of number crunchers who,… Read more »

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Under Her Skin by  Jeaniene Frost, Meljean Brook & Ilona Andrews

Under Her Skin by Jeaniene Frost, Meljean Brook & Ilona Andrews

Pack by Jeaniene Frost: I both liked and didn’t like this one. My major problem? I don’t like deception in books. It…just makes me uncomfortable most of the time. Unless the person being deceived is the bad guy.

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Review: Law Man (Dream Man #3) by Kristen Ashley

Review: Law Man (Dream Man #3) by Kristen Ashley

Goodreads prompt: What did you think? I feel shame. —– I really didn’t care for Mara too much. She had major ass confidence issues – too many to count. Mitch was cool. What killed me (the most) was the plot moppets. God bless! The damn reason that Mitch and Mara… Read more »

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Dancing In The Moonlight (Cowboys of Cold Creek #2) by RaeAnne Thayne

Dancing In The Moonlight (Cowboys of Cold Creek #2) by RaeAnne Thayne

Lieutenant Magdalena Cruz had come home…but it wasn’t the way she’d envisioned her return. And though all she wanted was to be alone, infuriatingly handsome Dr. Jake Dalton—of the enemy Daltons—wouldn’t cooperate. And she needed him to, because the walls around her heart were dangerously close to crumbling every time… Read more »

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