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The Current Between Us by Kindle Alexander | Review

The Current Between Us is back and better than ever! The second edition of the hit book by Kindle Alexander is available now. Confession time: I didn’t read the first edition. I’m pretty sure there’s a copy buried on my Kindle somewhere but I hadn’t gotten a chance to read it. So I can’t really… Continue reading The Current Between Us by Kindle Alexander | Review

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Reading the Signs by Keira Andrews | Review

Reading the Signs by Keira Andrews was baseball magic! Okay, so I’m not actually that big of a baseball fan. My family is though, so I’m pretty familiar with the rules, dynamics, etc. but watching a baseball game is really boring to me. This book was not! Nico and Jake sizzled off the page. I loved… Continue reading Reading the Signs by Keira Andrews | Review

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The Law of Attraction by Jay Northcote | Review

The Law of Attraction by Jay Northcote was a delicious surprise. I adored Ed and Alec, and will no doubt read their story over and over again. At the beginning of this book, I made a quick judgment about who Alec was and how he would behave in this book and I was so wrong. I… Continue reading The Law of Attraction by Jay Northcote | Review

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The Theory of Deviance (Portland Rebels #3) by Rebecca Grace Allen | Review

Three’s usually company, except in the deliciously steamy menage, The Theory of Deviance, by Rebecca Grace Allen. It’s the third in her Portland Rebels series, but I read it as a standalone and it worked just fine that way. I’m partial to MMFs but hardly ever find one as satisfying as this one. The characters–all three… Continue reading The Theory of Deviance (Portland Rebels #3) by Rebecca Grace Allen | Review

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Not A Game (Friends #1) by Cardeno C. | Review

Not A Game by the ever wonderful Cardeno C. was fluffy goodness. It’s the first in her new Friends series and I can’t wait for more. I love atypical characters. Characters who aren’t simply good looks and charms, and that’s exactly what you get with Oliver. He’s overweight, nerdy, shy, and insecure. He’s also smart, funny, and incredibly… Continue reading Not A Game (Friends #1) by Cardeno C. | Review

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Test Drive (Crossroads #3) by Riley Hart | Review

Test Drive by Riley Hart was a fantastic addition to the Crossroads series. Drew and Justin were perfectly matched and deliciously written. Riley is so good at writing couples who are friends first and I love it. It adds this lovely element of comradery between the characters. Plus, when you genuinely like someone as a… Continue reading Test Drive (Crossroads #3) by Riley Hart | Review