Review: Dirty

Tuesday 10 April 2018 No comments
Dirty Dirty by Callie Hart
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was a bad call. I was dangerous. I was a risk that should never be taken. I was the devil, and I wasn’t even in disguise, but it didn't stop women from wanting to take the chance.

Despite being initially hesitant to read this story, even though I'm a fan of the author, I took a chance on the book, via KU, and I wasn't disappointed!

The story was, as expected, extremely hot and sexy but it also had an edginess to it which made the darkness more intriguing. Fix, as expected, stole the story - now there's a thought-provoking character! His connection with Sera was bristling with steaminess and endless possibilities - one taste was never going to be enough for either of them.

The ending was completely unexpected and left me completely stunned. This was another extremely well-written story by Callie Hart and I should never have doubted her ability to draw me into her books. I will definitely read on in this series.

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5 Stars: Hero (Hero #1) by Samantha Young

Thursday 5 April 2018 No comments

HERO: Such a small, inconsequential word but which embodies a love story story that is captivating, fulfilling, enjoyable and rewarding. Caine and Alexa are two beautiful characters with sass, sex appeal, and unfortunately intertwined lives that have set them apart in the cruelest of ways but can they overcome their differences in order to be in the same room together let alone fall in love? 

5 Stars: Every Little Thing (Hart's Boardwalk #2) by Samantha Young

Every Little Thing by Samantha young
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

There's something inherently comforting about being back on Hart's Boardwalk.

This series returns with its second book and this time readers are treated to more from the sizzling but unrequited romance between Hart’s Boardwalk’s own princess, Bailey Hartwell, and the businessman she more than likes to clash with, Vaughn Tremaine. 

Review: The Holiday Cottage by the Sea

Wednesday 4 April 2018 No comments
The Holiday Cottage by the Sea The Holiday Cottage by the Sea by Holly Martin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Aidan has stolen my heart ❤️

Holly’s books are endearing, sentimental, witty, heartwarming and nostalgic, just what every romance reader is looking for!

This story, as with all of Holly’s books, meanders around seaside village life on the south coast of England and goes about capturing the many colourful residents that reside there. These colourful locals include a local elderly self-proclaimed psychic, Agatha, whose her loveably quirky and beguiling ways will leave you in hoots; Dobby, a turkey who thinks like a dog; and Beauty and Beast, two wild dogs living in the village and friends of Dobby’s and the locals. Add to the mix the obligatory helping of romance between two characters needing to learn to trust their hearts and you have the perfect combination for a summer romance.

I knew from the outset that I would once again fall in love with the characters and Aidan stole my heart right from the very beginning. Aidan is one of three brothers, all of whom are single and unknowingly looking for love. Add in two sisters, and one best friend and you’ve got a series crying out to be read.

Set in Sandcastle Bay, readers are once again treated to a story about a village with a predilection for romance. Tori is holidaying with her friend Melody and whilst she is in Sandcastle Bay she has agreed to work for her lodgings by picking the village’s Heartberry crop. Little does she know, is the man that Agatha predicts she will marry is none other than her landlord and boss, Aidan Jackson. Despite their less than conventional introduction, it is clear that the duo has instant chemistry and a shared sense of humour. The only problem is that both Aidan and Tori are not looking for love or a relationship, or are they?

This was a highly entertaining story. My only minor niggle was that I felt that the usual helping of village sights and sounds was missing and this left me feeling slightly estranged from the storyline setting, something that doesn’t usually happen with Holly’s books. That said, I did get more character engagement and this has set the scene nicely for the next book in the series.

This ebook was kindly provided by the author/publisher via Netgalley prior to release in return for an honest and unbiased review.

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