What he least expects is to fall for her. She went from the silly girl next door to the beautiful woman he can’t get out of his head. For the first time, he wants more than just a notch on his bedpost. Will his past be too much for her to handle, or will she let him catch her as she falls?
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Book Review: Hot Lap by Leslie Scott
Book 2 of Arkadia Fast Review This book reminded me a lot of Fast and the Furious but with a few slight twists. The only thing I didn’t like was I wanted to know more about the horrific accident that Hadley was in including why she’s unable to have children. Why didn’t Aiden or anyContinue reading “Book Review: Hot Lap by Leslie Scott”
Book Review: Jagged Ink by Carrie Ann Ryan
The large majority of romance novels focus on the dating and beginning stages of the couple. Very few explore what happens are the wedding vows. How does a couple find their way back to each other after a tragedy? How do they cope? The first few times, this book came across my email, I ignoredContinue reading “Book Review: Jagged Ink by Carrie Ann Ryan”
Cover Reveal: Interlude by D Kelly
Jordan Weston is good-looking, mysterious, and sexually uninhibited, but his life is more like the name of his bar―Just an Illusion. His cousins are the bad boys of Bastards and Dangerous, but their fame hasn’t made everything rainbows and sunshine for him. He’s haunted, flawed, and the sole survivor of a homicide that wiped out his immediate family.
BOOK REVIEW: Dear Jane by Kendall Ryan
Jane Royce works for the Chicago Hawks as the Assistant Manager. She has worked her tail off to get where she is. Some people think that she got the job because her dad is the head coach–they couldn’t be further from the truth. She has earned her spot on the team. She lives and breathes football. Some might say she has a type–football players. Her first love was the star football player –who now plays in the NFL–to her college sweetheart, both play/ed football. When her father comes in to tell her that Weston Chase has been traded to the team, the world turns on its axis. The one man who shattered her heart is back in her life–her professional life anyway. No way is she letting that pretty boy any where near her outside of the stadium. That’s what she keeps telling herself.
Weston Chase asked–prayed, begged, whatever it took to get out of Pennsylvania. He found his linebacker plowing his fiance in his house. He needed a change. The perfect place is Chicago. His hometown. With the coach who taught him everything about football. Where the one girl who broke his heart is. He decided that he was going to win her back at any cost. Before he can do that he needs to do some soul search about who he is and who he was. His role in the relationship ending with Jane and even with his cheating ex.