Thursday, 14 December 2017

Review: Power Struggle

Power Struggle Power Struggle by Paige Fieldsted
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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Power struggle is the first novel I have read by this author, and it won’t be the last. I was pulled into the story right away. I always like reading dual POV especially in these intense, and very adult situations. We meet Olivia Roberts an extraordinary defense attorney we a great record at one of prestigious Law Firms in New York. Ten years of her life was devoted to her career hoping to be made partner, leaving little time for relationships.
All’s well until one James Beck super attorney at law is recruited by Olivia’s firm with offer of a partnership. I have set the scene, but after arriving in New York early James goes out on the town and meets this fabulous women, who like only wants sex and no relationship just like him. After one of the best nights of his life he meets her Monday morning the new law firm he is started at.
Then the action and a war start. This is a very entertaining book with scorching sex scenes, a murder trial runs through the story. I can’t believe this is Paige’s 2nd book. The writing puts you right there with them. I can’t recommend this enough if enjoy reading about 2 people over the age of thirty getting it on with such scorching hot passion.
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Wednesday, 13 December 2017

Review: The Vixen's Lead

The Vixen's Lead The Vixen's Lead by Tate James
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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I do love getting to read new series, with a kickass Heroine, and a house of hot hunks. We meet Kit and her best friend Lucy in the middle of a robbery. Kit is doing the robbery, and Lucy hacking into the computer security.
By day they are two young ladies at a private Academy, bemoaning the lack of decent male stock when a set of twins start that seem older and more ripped than normal guys there age group sparks Kit’s interest. This all happens after a tracking device is found in one of the stolen items.

That’s just the beginning, hold on for the start off a rollercoaster adventure, that introduces all the main characters in a great beginning of this new series. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and can’t wait for Book two to see what mischief Kit can start with the Omega Group.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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Review: The Vixen's Lead

The Vixen's Lead The Vixen's Lead by Tate James
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Reviewed on behalf http://bookaddict.live,
I do love getting to read new series, with a kickass Heroine, and a house of hot hunks. We meet Kit and her best friend Lucy in the middle of a robbery. Kit is doing the robbery, and Lucy hacking into the computer security.
By day they are two young ladies at a private Academy, bemoaning the lack of decent male stock when a set of twins start that seem older and more ripped than normal guys there age group sparks Kit’s interest. This all happens after a tracking device is found in one of the stolen items.

That’s just the beginning, hold on for the start off a rollercoaster adventure, that introduces all the main characters in a great beginning of this new series. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and can’t wait for Book two to see what mischief Kit can start with the Omega Group.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest.


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Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Review: Almost Everything

Almost Everything Almost Everything by Christie Ridgway
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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Almost Everything, is more magic from Christie Ridgeway and Crescent Cove. Beach house number 9 is where Vance army medic was to spend a month giving dead Colonel Parker’s daughter Layla a month long vacation as the dying wish of her father.
Only one problem he was waiting for a 9 year old girl. Layla comes to Crescent Cove with her Cupcake van, and her uncle Phil. So when he meets a beautiful woman instead of a young child, he decides he can’t let a fellow officer down or a beautiful woman and decides to keep his word. Vance and Layla feel the sparks immediately right from the word go, but both are determined to not act on the temptation.
Both Layla and Vance are wounded and broken from life, even though they hide it well. Layla pretends to be his girlfriend in front of his estranged family. Vance is completing her father’s helmet list for him. Gradually we see the healing and the love grow between them and to find out how, you need to read the book.
This is another of her books that is a feel good summer holiday of Romance.

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Thursday, 7 December 2017

Review: Behind the Bars

Behind the Bars Behind the Bars by Brittainy C. Cherry
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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Wow what a beautiful story, I think I still have a few tears in my eyes. We first meet Jasmine and Elliott when they are sixteen, and they have such a beautiful connection. They recognise the music in their souls and the love. When Jasmine forced away, she is heartbroken leaving behind her stepfather and Elliott.
New Orleans is the first time Jasmine felt at home, but her mother drags her away to England and carries on pushing Jasmine into being a pop star, something she doesn’t want. Finally she has enough and goes home to New Orleans.
They both start to live again, and it was lovely to read. There is heartbreak, and then there is Hope and Love. I can’t recommend this enough, but get your hankies out. I can say you will have a smile on your face at the end. This story has heart and a happy ending.
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Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Review: Villains & Vodka

Villains & Vodka Villains & Vodka by Alta Hensley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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Well Madison has been stalking Harley Crow, and has been obsessing over him, but Harley is usually on his own, and as Marlowe was never working in his area they had never connected before. The Spiked Roses exclusive Men’s Club sets up tastings, which was all different themes. When The Dark and Deadly is announced, and Harley is attending Madison can’t resist signing up.
This is not a pretty romance wrapped up with pretty words. If you read the first in the Series you may have some idea. This is a hired assassin, a paid killer, and he thinks he has a dark soul. Marlowe got her wish and went home with Harley for a weekend. This is a dark and dirty tale, and Harley couldn’t have a woman that is not afraid of him and makes him feel things. So things have to get more deadly .
So this was something I enjoyed if that’s the right word. Alta Hensley always writes well, and I am always are pulled into the story. This Series is not for the faint of heart.
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Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Review: Mr. All Wrong

Mr. All Wrong Mr. All Wrong by R.C. Stephens
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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Wow I was blown away by this book, it was not what I was expecting, and it was much more.
Colton fell in love with Evie after throwing a pie in his face. Evie fascinated Colton, he was use to woman throwing themselves at him. So when she ran from him, he chased.
This has so much more than a straight forward romance. I loved the relationship between Colton, Evie and Carter. I don’t want to spoil the story for you. There is a lot going on, and you won’t expect any of it. Give it a go, you won’t be disappointed.
I was glued to my kindle, and it ended up being an all nighter.
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