Book Review: Once Upon a Sure Thing by Lauren Blakely

Miller and Ally have been best friends for years–after Ally showed that arcade game whose boss impressing Miller in the process. Ally was scared to become another notch of the former rock star’s belt. Instead, she friendzoned Miller. Besides, Ally needed to focus on taking care of her niece after her sister’s death. 

Ally needs to find a supplemental income now that her brother is moving his newly formed family to Boston for new job opportunity. Ally and her brother has been making kitsch videos and posting them to Youtube–making them a small profit. 

Miller was one third of the teen heartthrob trio–Heartbreakers. Since the band broke up after Campbell’s wife died, Miller has been craving something more. He has tried to fulfill that with numerous new activities from remote control boat racing to video game competitions. Nothing is working. Finally, Miller takes Campbell’s advice to start a duo with a female singer. During the auditions, they find the perfect fit for Miller. Miller is shell-shocked that it’s his sweet best friend in a sexy as hell outfit that should be illegal. 

BOOK REVIEW: Bourbon and Bonfires by Andrea Johnson

Addison Sinclair has been a single mother for the last four years when her ex-Dan decided he didn’t love her anymore. Dan has been extremely hands off when it comes to helping with Mason even when Mason gets in trouble with the law and is suspended from school. Addy decides to move to Lexington where her little brother owns the bar Country Road. She spends her first New Years at his bar mesmerized by the handsome Landon who dances and kisses her at midnight. It is a magical night. Thank God she came to her senses before she was too caught up in the fantasy especially since Landon is so much younger than her. He is a few years younger than her brother! There is no way that she can start a relationship with someone that much younger than her. I mean, it is eight years! Landon makes it really hard to resist him when he’s so caring to her son. He fulfills the role of father without a second thought. Is she really ready to start a new family with Landon and Mason? Mason even calls Landon her boyfriend…why can’t she catch up to how her two men feel about her and each other?