The Doctor will see you now.
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For years, he was a part of my life. I watched him rush to the hospital countless times, his beautiful surgeon hands racing to save lives.
After all this time, I can’t escape the truth.
I want Dr. Lowe.
Lust chokes each moment we’re together. He promises to fulfill my fantasies—every dirty, naughty desire we can dream up.
Only, I can’t have him.
He’s confident. Experienced. Seductive.
And he’s my ex-boyfriend’s father.
This is my first Nikki Sloane book and I absolutely loved it. I am a sucker for a good older/younger story and then you add the ex-boyfriend father as the new love interests. Oh yea, you have my interest peaked.
I did have a little issue in the middle when Greg has a choice to make. Cassidy acts more like an adult then Greg does. But in the end, he grows up and makes the right decision.
This is a good age gap story that I could not put down. Cassidy and Greg are a great couple when they finally slow down and become a team. Preston has a lot of growing up to do. But most men at that age do unless they are forced to. I enjoyed this book and will be reading more of Nikki’s books in the future.
About the Author:
Nikki Sloane landed in graphic design after her careers as a waitress, a screenwriter, and a ballroom dance instructor fell through. For eight years she worked for a design firm in that extremely tall, black, and tiered building in Chicago that went through an unfortunate name change during her time there. Now she lives in Kentucky and manages a team of graphic artists. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America, is married with two sons, writes dirty books, and couldn’t be any happier.
Cover Design: Wicked by Design
With an avaricious appetite for stories, Kerri Ann can be found quite often with her nose in a book or writing it. On many occasion it has been said that she’s in her own world, living in the stories of those she reads about, giving them a life they deserve.
She can easily be found under a tree in the shade, or reclining at Starbucks scribbling notes about new stories and new characters, all while keeping the coffee chain in business.
Whether late at night, at a music festival, or sitting on a ski lift, when the thoughts arise, Kerri Ann will add them to those in progress. So be wary, your antics could be in her next book.
Series: Small Town Romance by Vanessa Vale Includes: Montana Fire, Montana Ice, & Montana Heat, Montana Wild 📕All Reviewed📕
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This is my first Vanessa Vale so I have nothing to go by when it comes to her other stories. But I have to say I did enjoy this story. It has a nice build to it. There is a mystery to it. And a hot fireman too. I love the family and Jane works at a wonderful store. HAHA, that caught me at first.
Jane is not someone that has had a lot of men in her life, period. She is a mother of two wonderful little boys and is doing the single mother thing. She has a great support system and enjoys her life. But when Ty shows up at the store she works at to do a fire safety lookup. The sparks fly. But Ty is not looking for anything and Jane is not someone you just have sex with. She is a complication.
But when someone starts coming around her house, and then things are blown up and a murder happens all around Jane, Ty has no chose but to hang around.
I have enjoyed this story and am excited to see where the rest go.
Jane West’s life is perfectly average.
Until Ty Strickland—Grade-A, smoking hot firefighter—moves in down the street. Then things get a little exciting, and not in the good, panty-melting sort of way. Not only does someone want her dead (seriously), she has to wrangle her out-of-control desires where the new neighbor is concerned, and convince her boss at the small town’s only adult toy store—who meddles in Jane’s love life—to leave the new hose-wielding hottie off her matchmaking radar.
But it’s not all chaos and pancakes. There’s Ty. And his smoking hot body. Smoking hot kisses. He’s burning the walls around her heart to nothing but ash. And she just might be falling in love…if she can stay alive long enough.
This is the first book in Vanessa Vale’s new Small Town Romance series, where the men in Montana aren’t just hot, they set things on fire.
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I LOVED this story. I am not big into second chance stories, but this one really isn’t one. Yes, Veronica and Jack have a past but not in a real romantic way. They were high school friends that both wanted more but never had it because of reasons beyond their control.
But when forces bring them together again 10 years later they have to face what happened back then and a little mystery that is surrounding Veronica. Will Jack be able to help her or make it worse? Will Veronica and Jack be able to get over their past and make a future together? Or will they forever be enemies?
Jack Reid is the boy she crushed on in high school. Ten years ago, he broke her heart and skipped town. But now he’s back, and he’s definitely no longer a boy. He’s all man—and he’d really like for Veronica to check out his pipe.
Even though Veronica’s heart hasn’t yet forgiven Jack, they’ll need more than a pillow berm down the middle of the bed to keep them apart.
This is a Small Town Romance 11k novella! Short and not so sweet!
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Emma Hardy has wondered why Sam Carter rocked her world (and her libido) with an incredible kiss then calmly walked away, quit his job, and disappeared for two months. Not exactly the hot kiss follow-up she’d been hoping for.
But Sam was busy making plans.
Plans that include the two of them and picking up where they left off.
This time, nothing will stop them.
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This is a sweet and sassy story. It is short but the author is very upfront with it. You get a cute little Christmas story in the middle of summer with a white elephant party in it.
Enjoyed Sam and Emma’s story. 🙂
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Violet Miller is a teacher savoring her summer break until she’s been called in as emergency reinforcements—of the dating kind. She volunteers to help an old flame by pretending to be his girlfriend. In Alaska. At a family reunion. Since the guy is a handsome, lumberjack-sized doctor she’s never quite forgotten, faking a relationship won’t be hard work—while wishing for more.
Mike Ostranski is a desperate man on vacation. His mother wants grandchildren and sees a crazy Alaskan woman as a candidate for daughter-in-law. Mike needs Violet by his side to deflect the lady’s advances.
A week in Alaska as boyfriend and girlfriend should be easy for them. They grew up together, even had a brief fling. What could possibly go wrong?
NOTE: This is a M/F small town romance with heat!
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I was happy to finally have Violet’s book. We have had her in the past couple books as a character and I was so ready for her story.
Violet and her high school friend Mike had a pack that if they were still virgins on their graduation night that they would help each other out. To bad Violet didn’t realize the feelings she would feel afterward when Mike went off to school and never really had contact with her again.
When Mike calls to get help from her sister and Violet ends up answering instead things turn weird fast. Violet ends up in Alaska helping him with a psychotic neighbor, a wild and fun family, oh and don’t forget Goldie who apparently is a family member of Mikes.
This book was a fun read and I couldn’t put it down. I felt for Violet when she talked about her insecurities and how she felt about what to do about her future. Mike was a big part of her past but could he support her and become her a part of her future?
He needs a roommate, she needs a place to live.
She needs a place to hide …
When charming firefighter Hunter meets a beautiful woman at the DMV, he wastes no time making her acquaintance. When she mentions she’s new in town and looking for a fresh start, he does not hesitate in offering to rent the extra bedroom in his house. After all, he’s never been able to resist a damsel-in-distress and helping those in need is what he does best.
What begins as an innocent, well intentioned arrangement, blossoms into a passionate entanglement neither one of them saw coming.
It all feels right. His tight-knit group of friends think the world of her. And he can’t imagine going the rest of his life without Edie by his side.
But when her past comes to call and their love is on the line, Hunter’s save-the-world complex faces the ultimate test. Is love enough to save them both?
**Hot and Dangerous Book One in The Fraternity Brothers Series, is the first of seven stories. The series is about a group of fraternity brothers who continue to be best friends long after graduation, and the women they fall in love with. Each book is a full length stand-alone romance with a happily ever after and no cliffhanger**
I have to say this book surprised me. I was a little apprehensive about this book, but I wanted to give it a try and I am so happy I did.
I loved this group of friends and Hunter. He is looking for a roommate since he has been cut off from his family because he is following his dreams. He is destined to become a firefighter and will do anything to do it. So when he meets Edie at the DMV he finds himself offering his home to her as a roommate.
Edie is hiding, and when she finds herself talking to Hunter she takes his offer and help. She is not looking for anything romantic, in fact, she wants NOTHING to do with romance. She wants a new life and maybe some friends.
Hunter finds he really enjoys Edie and her company. His friends like and respect her and it shows. But when her past comes back to hunt her will everyone stick by her? Or will they turn their back on her?
I went down to a 4 star due to how quick the ending ended. It was like bam. However, I did enjoy the story and will read the others.
“Hunter, you’re fired.”
I look up from my bunk that I’ve just made with military precision after my last twenty-four-hour shift for the week. “Uh, sir?”
Chief Sullivan stands tall and irritated on the threshold of the room with his hands behind his back. “You have failed to show proof of a Class A license, so I have to fire you. I’ve been telling you for weeks to get this done by today. Time’s up.”
Shit. I was planning on taking care of that three days ago, but I was busy hiding the fact that I’m going to the academy to become a full-time firefighter from my family. “I was going to take care of that today, sir.”
His brows shoot up, and his expression is doubtful. “You have until five o’clock tonight. Have fun at the DMV on a Saturday, son. I don’t envy you.”
I don’t envy me either. “Thank you, sir. I’ll make sure you have it before five.”
“You do that, or you really will be fired.”
I’m a volunteer firefighter. Technically, he can’t fire me, but hopefully, that will soon change—being a full-time firefighter, not being fired.
He turns to leave and pauses on his way out. “Everything all right with your family?” he asks.
No, everything is not all right with my family. They’re pissed they spent thousands of dollars sending me to Westview University for four years only to watch me throw it all away to play hero, as they say. Chief knows my family is less than thrilled about my career choice, and he’s always been supportive.
“They still feel the same way. Nothing’s going to make them budge, though. I’m not going to worry about it.”
He grunts in agreement and leaves me alone. There’s not much else to say.
I hadn’t planned on spending the day at the DMV. I was going to take a run on the beach, work out, and place an ad for a roommate. Dad refuses to help with the rent now that I’m not going on to law school as planned.
As he planned, not me. I never wanted to go to college in the first place. I’ve wanted to be a firefighter since I was ten years old when I rescued a kitten from a burning garage five houses down from ours on Grand Avenue.
I saw smoke coming from the Grady’s garage and heard Cleo’s meows. Like an idiot, I went inside and crawled around on my hands and knees to find her. Mrs. Grady was a nice lady, and I knew how much she loved that cat. I couldn’t let it die.
When I emerged from the garage, Cleo under my arm coughing and sputtering, gasping for air, I knew this is what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. Even after spending the night in the hospital for smoke inhalation, I wouldn’t shut up about being a firefighter.
My dad finally put his foot down a year later and told me under no circumstances was a Forrest man going to work a blue-collar job. I didn’t know what that meant other than I wasn’t allowed to talk about being a fireman anymore. Dad said I was going to be a lawyer like the rest of the family. Being a lawyer looked boring dressing in a suit, carrying a briefcase, working behind a desk on the computer, and spending time in stuffy old courthouses. No, that isn’t what I wanted to do—never was, never will be.
I step outside into the sunlight and shield my eyes. Another perfect day in California. Too bad I have to spend it inside waiting for a special license that says I can keep driving the huge rigs I’ve been driving for almost four years already. What a waste of time.
I spend my weekdays writing full time and raising my family.
I write about intelligent women and the stubborn men who love them.
I write about turmoil and conflict. I write about the most complex, convoluted emotion we as humans experience.
I write about love.
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Cover Photography: Lindee Robinson Photography
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Mila Cole is a new author to me and I absolutely fell in love with her writing style. This is an older man/younger woman story. There is a 17-year gap between Lighter and Jenson/Slick. But it isn’t such a big deal. She is older than her age when it comes to her maturity, she and Slick have an instant connection so that helps.
Slick is the only support to his niece he also just got this job to be Lighter’s bodyguard. When he meets her he thinks she is a stuck up princess and wants nothing to do with her. But he does want her.
I loved that this story is a slow burn, especially since this does have an age gap. This story turns into a true love between two adults and a sweet little girl.
Two Weeks Notice
by Whitney G.
Publication Date: July 20, 2018
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Available on Kindle Unlimited
To Whom It May Concern:
I am writing this letter to formally announce my resignation from Parker International (& the arrogant, condescending CEO) effective two weeks from today.
This was a VERY EASY decision to make, as the past two years have been utterly miserable. I wish his next executive assistant all the luck in the world (she’ll need it) and if my boss should need me to do anything over the next two weeks, kindly tell him that he can do it [his] goddamn self…
Sincerely (Not Really),
That’s the version of my two weeks’ notice I should’ve sent to my boss, because the more professional version–the one where I said I was “grateful for all the opportunities,” and “honored by all the rewarding experiences” over the years?
That letter was rejected with his sexy, trademark smirk and an “I highly suggest you read the fine print of your contract…”
So, I did.
And now I’ve realized that unless I fake my death, poison him, or find a way to renegotiate my impossible contract, I’m stuck working under one of the cockiest and most ruthless bosses in New York.
Then again, I thought that was the case until he called me late last night with an emergency proposition…
**This is a standalone contemporary romance.**
So I have to say that the blurb caught my attention the moment I read it. It had to be read. I am so freaking happy I did. This book made me laugh, roll my eyes, and just plain enjoy reading 📚.
These characters butt heads and have some wonderful chemistry, but the author pushes it to the limit and doesn’t let them take it to the next level for quite a while. And I have to say I loved it. I didn’t loose and attention due to it, and I really was engrossed in this book.
I will be reading more of Whitney’s books!💞
About Whitney G.
Whitney G. is a twenty-eight-year-old optimist who is obsessed with travel, tea, and great coffee. She’s also a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author of several contemporary novels, and the cofounder of The Indie Tea–an inspirational blog for indie romance authors.
When she’s not chatting with readers on her Facebook Page, you can find her on her website at http://www.whitneygbooks.com or on instagram: @whitneyg.author. (If she’s not in either of those places, she’s probably locked away working on another crazy story.)
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So this type of book hits a few of my triggers, cheating (although it doesn’t go into the cheating), abuse (wife beating), and heavy alcohol. But not really knowing what I was getting into since the blurb is not in-depth I still followed through and finished the book. I am really happy I did. I loved Scarlett and was so happy with how the ending came about.
Scarlett doesn’t believe in happy ever after, she believes you work for everything you want in life. So when Hugh shows up at the diner she works at and sweeps her off her feet she wants to start believing. But when Hugh takes her on their honeymoon all hell breaks loose. Scarlett starts to believe in hell.
This book like I said had triggers for me. I think the author should add a trigger warning. I see that it does say “Hell Upside Down is a dark, emotional standalone novel filled with suspense.” But that could mean anything. Beating the shit out of a woman is a major trigger for some woman, and should be spelled out.
Bottom line. This is a good strong story. Not a lot of sex and what sex there is is not graphic. I would recommend this story to friends after warning them about the triggers.