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Hexbreaker (Hexworld #1) by Jordan L. Hawk | Review

Hexbreaker by Jordan L. Hawk was a sensational follow-up to the introductory short story, The 13th Hex. Historical AUs are quickly becoming one of my favorite things because of this series. I just adored everything about this book. Tom and Cicero were lovely and complex characters that I fell for immediately. This is my idea of… Continue reading Hexbreaker (Hexworld #1) by Jordan L. Hawk | Review

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Roped In by Marie Sexton & L.A. Witt | Review

Roped In by Marie Sexton & L.A. Witt was a fun and smoking hot read. Because, really, who doesn’t love cowboys? Graham was so sweet and sexy that I couldn’t help but fall for him immediately. The two things he’s been passionate about his whole life are horses and his best friend, Jackson, but when a… Continue reading Roped In by Marie Sexton & L.A. Witt | Review

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Beta Test (#gaymers #2) by Annabeth Albert | Review

You don’t have to be a gamer to love Beta Test by Annabeth Albert! The second installment in her #gaymers series stars Ravi and Tristan and they will steal your heart. I’m going to be honest with you guys. I adored everything about Status Update (book 1 in this series). It was one of my favorite books of… Continue reading Beta Test (#gaymers #2) by Annabeth Albert | Review

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Beta Test (#gaymers #2) by Annabeth Albert | Blog Tour

Beta Test  (#gaymers #2) by Annabeth Albert Blurb: Player vs. Player. Fight! Brilliant graphic designer Ravi Tandel is ahead of the game—he’s just been asked to present a top secret project at a huge conference in Seattle. All systems are go…until he learns his buttoned-up office nemesis is coming along for the ride. Tristan Jones… Continue reading Beta Test (#gaymers #2) by Annabeth Albert | Blog Tour

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Learning to Love by Felice Stevens | Blog Tour

Learning to Love by Felice Stevens Follow the tour here and add on Goodreads. After ten years away from home, bad boy caterer Gideon Marks has a lot to prove. Getting the holiday catering job at his childhood synagogue is the first step in demonstrating to everyone he didn’t turn out to be the failure they… Continue reading Learning to Love by Felice Stevens | Blog Tour

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Learning to Love by Felice Stevens | Review

Is there anything greater than an enemy to lovers tale? Learning to Love by Felice Stevens is a perfect example of how much this trope can really work. I loved this book! Not only do you get the snarky grumbling Gideon to entertain you, but he is subdued by the Rabbi, yes a Rabbi, Jonah.… Continue reading Learning to Love by Felice Stevens | Review

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Blue Mountain (Pack #1) by Cardeno C. | Review

Blue Mountain by Cardeno C. was utter feel-good decadence. Per usual. It’s the first in her Pack series and I can’t wait to dive into the next one. Readers jump right into the story from the get-go. Mitch is with his brother, the Blue Mountain pack’s Alpha, when they get word that an unauthorized Omega is… Continue reading Blue Mountain (Pack #1) by Cardeno C. | Review