Jun 28

ARC Review – Drive You Wild (Love Between the Bases #3) by Jennifer Bernard

They say there is no crying in baseball. Well, Jennifer Bernard threw that myth right out of the ballpark. Not only did I cry, but I balled like a baby. Trevor Stark and Paige Taylor tore me apart and then put me back together again, piece by piece. ~ Kitty, Guilty Pleasures 

It’s game on for love in the third novel of USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Bernard’s sexy, baseball-themed series.

Kilby Catfish left-fielder Trevor Stark is a ballpark legend. With his good looks, hitting records, and played-for-the-fans arrogance, Trevor makes women lose their minds and men lose their cool. But every time the major league team comes calling, Trevor purposely keeps himself in the tiny Texas town. Why is heart-tuggingly top secret. Until the team owner’s daughter comes to Kilby . . . trying everything up her sexy sleeve to make Trevor talk.

Divorced and disillusioned at twenty-four, Paige Mattingly Austin Taylor is suddenly starting fresh as an intern at Catfish Stadium. She should want nothing to do with the sinfully hot ballplayer her dad warned her to stay away from. But when she discovers what Trevor is hiding from everyone, she realizes there’s much more to him than his face and multi-million-dollar arm. There’s a heart she seriously hopes to win.

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Jun 27

ARC Review – Hope Falls: Love Remains (Kindle Worlds Novella) by Julie Prestsater

Fun, sweet but with a steamy side I loved this book! ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures 

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Dina gave her boss the bird, peeled out of the parking lot of the office, and didn’t look back. It was the first time in forever she didn’t have a plan. Her days, weeks, months, even years were planned out in fifteen minute increments filled with corporate meetings, lunches, and dinners. She drove for miles and miles, and hours and hours, before it clicked. She was headed to the last place she truly felt happy. A picturesque mountain town filled with character and characters.

Hope Falls was billed to provide rest, relaxation, and romance. Romance? If that was an option, she definitely needed a toothbrush.

And a razor.

Avery had spent the last week in Hope Falls and the quaint town had grown on him. After retiring as a hotshot firefighter, he had some downtime before deciding what came next, so he moved in to the local bed & breakfast—the one that was thought to have a love spell cast upon it. Rumor had it, you entered single, and left head over heels in love.

Avery had failed miserably in the romance department so he welcomed the chance to test the theory, if the right woman came along. Single and ready to mingle, Dina & Avery may be the next couple to fall victim to this charming home.

Review copy provided for an honest review. 

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Jun 27

ARC Review – Seeing Stars: A Hope Falls Kindle World Novella by Jennifer Bernard

Seeing Stars was fun, entertaining and just a tad crazy (but in a good way). ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures 


When pop star Starly Minx freezes onstage during a show, she knows what her guilty conscience is telling her. She has to make things right with her nemesis, Hope Falls’ own Karina Black. And she has to do it without the paparazzi finding out. If only she didn’t have to leave behind the man she’s been secretly pining for—her sinfully hot bodyguard Hunter McGraw.

Hunter just turned in his resignation. He desperately needs to get some distance from the distracting, enchanting Starly and get on with his life. But if she’s going to Hope Falls, he’s going after her. Who else is going to keep her out of trouble? And with two feuding pop stars in the same tiny town, trouble is inevitable.

They can deal with the paparazzi. They can deal with the curious Hope Falls residents. But can they keep their feelings secret from each other? Is that even possible when every touch has them seeing stars?

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Jun 27

ARC Review – Blue Moon (Moon #6) by Lisa Kessler

New to me author, Lisa Kessler really caught my attention with Blue Moon. She wrote extremely interesting characters with a story line that was exciting, fun and fascinating. ~ Kitty, Guilty Pleasures

She’s his muse, his mate, and she’s completely off-limits.

He’s a jerk, a recluse, and her newest assignment.

Until he broke her heart, Vivianna Lopez loved Logan Reynolds.

Five years later, she’s an aspiring music journalist and he’s the camera-shy lead singer of Logan and the Howlers.

Armed with a backstage pass, Vivi’s back in her hometown of Reno, nestled in the shadows of the Sierra Nevada mountains. She must score an interview with Logan to land her dream job – otherwise it’s back to Boston, with no scoop and no job. It’s just business–at least that’s what she keeps telling herself.

Logan still loves Vivi, his soul mate, but there’s something even she doesn’t know about him: He turns into a werewolf every full moon and a secret organization is hunting down his Pack.

Vivi may not have Logan’s senses, but she can sniff out that he’s hiding something. He knows it’s only a matter of time before the truth about him – and his Pack – is revealed.

And then he really will lose her.

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Jun 27

ARC Review – Seared on My Soul by Cole Gibsen

I was very disappointed in Seared on My Soul. I had high expectations after enjoying Written on My Heart so much. ~ Java Girl, Guilty Pleasures 

She’s so young, so full of life…

I couldn’t let her die…

Even if she made the world’s worst coffee.

Emily Garret never asked to be rescued, let alone by a walking JCrew ad whose idea of fun is probably managing his stock portfolio and watching the nightly news. Then again, she never thought she would wind upside-down in a ditch after a night having a little too much fun.

Reece Montgomery never planned on being anyone’s hero, especially the foul-mouthed, bleach-blonde barista from the local coffee shop. He thinks there’s more to Emily than her tattoos, and lip ring, but getting close means letting her into his past and meeting his ghosts.

And he’s not sure she’s ready for that battlefield.

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Jun 27

ARC Review – Crushing on the Cowboy (Rodeo Dreams #1) by Sarah M. Anderson

Crushing On the Cowboy was endearing, entertaining and a complete joy to read. ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures 

As The Heartbreak Kid, Mitch Jenner is known as the biggest womanizer of all the rodeo cowboys—but it’s just an act to keep himself safe. In fact, Mitch is so afraid of coming out that he’s opted to stay single—and a virgin. He’s fine with being alone…until he meets the mysterious Paulo.

Paulo Bernardes is here to learn the American style of bull riding well enough to teach it back home in Brazil. A namorado—a boyfriend—will distract him from his goal, but he’s captivated by Mitch, who understands him even when they don’t speak the same language. In return, Paulo wants Mitch to accept himself—and their relationship.

In private, Mitch yields to his attraction to Paulo and is rewarded with a heat and tenderness he comes to crave. But he still fears exposing their relationship. And as they grow closer, Paulo wonders how he’ll live without Mitch once their time together is up—how he’ll pick up the pieces of his heart when it’s time to say goodbye.

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