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‘Until the Last Star Fades’ by Jacquelyn Middleton

It is easy for me to say that 'Until the Last Star Fades' is one of my favorite books, I read in 2018. I started reading this book as soon as I received it, I know my review is little late but this happens to me when I read Jacquelyn Middleton books. Why? To tell… Continue reading ‘Until the Last Star Fades’ by Jacquelyn Middleton

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‘Misadventures with a Manny’ by Toni Aleo

If you are following my blog, you already know that Toni Aleo is one of my favorite authors. I read almost all her work. Thanks to her I start searching for hockey themed books 🙂 So when I heard/read Toni Aleo’s name anywhere, it always reminded me hot, sexy moments with a hockey player. Why… Continue reading ‘Misadventures with a Manny’ by Toni Aleo

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‘The Goal’ by Elle Kennedy

Unfortunately, ‘The Goal’ is the last book of the ‘Off-Campus’ series. If you read the previous books of the series, you can all probably guess the hero of the book. Our hero is Tucker aka ‘The Nurturer’ 🙂 and our heroine – btw this was really surprising for me – is Sabrina. Tucker is sexy,… Continue reading ‘The Goal’ by Elle Kennedy

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‘The Score’ by Elle Kennedy

'The Score' is the third book of the Off-Campus series. If you start reading the series our hero and heroine, Dean and Allie, are not strangers to you. Dean Sebastian Kendrick Heyward-Di Laurentis, isn’t that a mouthful name :), is sexy, rich, cocky man-whore. My impression about Dean from the previous books was shallow, dumb… Continue reading ‘The Score’ by Elle Kennedy

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‘The Mistake’ by Elle Kennedy

The second book of the ‘Off-Campus’ series is about Logan aka ‘The Abbreviation King’ and Grace. Logan is a junior and star player of Briar’s hockey team. He is hot, cocky, funny, and dependable. He is a guy, who will sacrifice anything for the people he loves and cares. From outside his life seems all… Continue reading ‘The Mistake’ by Elle Kennedy

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‘Love Me By Christmas’ by Jaci Burton

‘Love Me By Christmas’ was my pick for The BookBum Club’s December theme: Baby It’s Cold Outside. Jaci Burton is one of my favorite authors and ‘Play by Play’ is one of my favorite sports romance series. ‘Love Me By Christmas’ was my first non-sports romance from her and I enjoyed reading it. Since the… Continue reading ‘Love Me By Christmas’ by Jaci Burton

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‘Van’ by Sawyer Bennett

‘Cold Fury’ series by Sawyer Bennett was my first hockey romance series/books, which became my favorite sports romance type 🙂 Thank you Sawyer Bennett for turning me into a hockey fan 🙂 ‘Van’ is the 9th book of the series and it’s my favorite so far! If you read ‘Lucas’, the previous book of the series,… Continue reading ‘Van’ by Sawyer Bennett

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‘Always You’ by Denise Grover Swank

‘Bachelor Brotherhood’ series is my second series from Denise Grover Swank and just like ‘Wedding Pact’ series I really enjoyed reading it. ‘Always You’ is the third and last book of the ‘Bachelor Brotherhood’ series. Kevin, Tyler and Matt are best friends, who got really unlucky with the women they date so they decide to… Continue reading ‘Always You’ by Denise Grover Swank

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‘Two-Man Advantage’ by Toni Aleo

I am a huge Toni Aleo fan (If you are following my blog for awhile, you probably know this already 🙂 ) I read all her books and her ‘Assassins’ and ‘Bellevue Bullies’ series are my all time favorites. They are also the CURE for my reader’s block 🙂 So let’s move from how awesome… Continue reading ‘Two-Man Advantage’ by Toni Aleo

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‘Jacob’s Ladder: Gabe’ by Katie Ashley

‘Runaway Train’ series introduced me to Katie Ashley. I love her writing style and thanks to her I was hooked to music/rocker romances 🙂 ‘Jacobs Ladder: Gabe’ is the first book of ‘Jacobs Ladder’ series and it can be read as a standalone. If you read ‘Runaway Train’ series you will not be foreign to… Continue reading ‘Jacob’s Ladder: Gabe’ by Katie Ashley

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‘London, Can You Wait?’ by Jacquelyn Middleton

I requested an e-ARC copy of ‘London, Can You Wait?’ from NetGalley and I am glad that I did. This was the book that introduced me author Jacquelyn Middleton. ‘London, Can You Wait?’ takes place over a year after ‘London Belongs to Me’. This book can read as a standalone but when I read Jacquelyn… Continue reading ‘London, Can You Wait?’ by Jacquelyn Middleton

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‘In the Crease’ by Toni Aleo

And the FIRST PLACE goes to….. JENSEN CADE MONROE from Nashville Assassins Dear Shea, I am so sorry but after 11 books, Jensen knocked you out of first place. But no worries you are still in 2nd place. Sorry, not sorry 🙂 I am a huge Toni Aleo and ‘Assassins’ fan. I read all the… Continue reading ‘In the Crease’ by Toni Aleo

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‘Temporary’ by Sarina Bowen & Sarah Mayberry

‘Temporary’ is flirty, funny, sexy and light-hearted book. Our heroine and hero for the book are Grace Kerrington and Callan Walker. Grace is smart, hardworking, down-to-earth and responsible. She works for a temp agency and when she gets a temp position in Walker Holdings, which has a potential to turn into a permanent position, she… Continue reading ‘Temporary’ by Sarina Bowen & Sarah Mayberry

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‘Ready to Run’ by Lauren Layne

I love Lauren Layne books and read most of them but ‘Ready to Run’ is definitely my favorite. It was a sweet and really fun read that I could not put it down until I was done with it. I will do my best to write this review without spoiling the story for you. Jordan… Continue reading ‘Ready to Run’ by Lauren Layne

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‘Hello Forever’ by Sarina Bowen

I received an e-ARC copy of ‘Hello Forever’ yesterday so I want to start my post by thanking Sarina Bowen and Nina Bocci for my birthday gift. ‘Hello Forever’ is the best birthday gift I received this year 🙂 I know I am not the most organized blogger, who posts everyday or even on certain… Continue reading ‘Hello Forever’ by Sarina Bowen