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Micro-Review: Tempted By Two by Portia Da Costa

Overall, Tempted By Two is a fun, smutty read about a holiday dalliance between an artist, his live-in author boyfriend, and a visiting lady tourist. The story is light on plot and heavy on sex and had a heavy British feel, in ...
 
 
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Micro-Review: Hers To Command (Verdantia #1) by Patricia A. Knight

The prologue is a bit of an information dump, giving the reader a condensed version of the planet's history and the reason for the Tetriatch. It's a little difficult to follow all the unfamiliar lingo and references but is valu...

 
 
Paranormal Romance
 

Micro-Review: Mate by the Music (Shifters & Bikers #3, a The Edge short) by Rebecca Royce

This installment had a slightly different feel than the others did for me, and not at all in a bad way. Instead of a crowded bar where the two characters see each other and immediately seek a little privacy, we have an empty ba...
 
 
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Micro-Review: Never A Hero (Tucker Springs #5) by Marie Sexton

Never A Hero is a story I very nearly stopped reading before getting to the good part... not that it doesn't start out well, but it takes a while for timid characters to grow on me and Owen is practically a shut-in. Boy am I gl...

 
 
Contemporary Romance
 

Micro-Review: Against the Ropes by Sarah Castille

When this story first started, I wasn't sure it was going to be my style... a little cheeky, a little quirky, and a heroine seemingly set from the standard "I'm a clutz with no self confidence until some beefy rich alpha man co...
 
 
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Micro-Review: Wicked Beat (Sinners On Tour #4) by Olivia Cunning

Wicked Beat is one of those stories that initially felt "off", like a friend you just met and aren't quite sure you're gonna gel with just yet, and grew into a comfortable, quirky pal you can't get enough of. This was my first ...

 
 
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Micro-Review: If I Were You (Inside Out Trilogy #1) by Lisa Renee Jones

Let me start out by saying that this book is an outstanding beginning to what is proving to be a phenomenal trilogy. This trilogy has been compared and likened to the 50 Shades trilogy, but I found it to be so much more compell...
 
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Micro-Review: Taste the Heat (a Love and Games novel) by Rachel Harris

Taste the Heat is a charming, heartfelt story about old love, unexpected betrayal, and finding yourself through the ashes of a painful past. Colby and Jason's story is both sweet and alluring, leaving you feeling satisfied and ...

 
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Micro-Review: Forgotten Sins (Sins Brothers #1) by Rebecca Zanetti

A good amnesia plotline, when well-executed, can give the reader a smooth, organic introduction to the story world and characters, and Forgotten Sins is a great example of how to pull it off. Following along with Shane's self-r...
 
 
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Micro-Review: Mine To Take by Cynthia Eden

The premise for this book was good, but I had a hard time becoming immersed in it. The hero, Trace Weston, was a little to pushy and "MINE!" for me; he needed a few more redeeming qualities besides just loving Skye nearly to de...