Jul 23

Review – Always Rayne by Sierra Avalon

A Cinderella story of a rock and roll bad boy and a book-loving homebody. ~ JavaGirl, Guilty Pleasures

Always RayneDescription:
Would you spend ten days traveling the country with someone you despised if he promised to pay off your student loans?

Recent college graduate, Harper Leigh, can barely make ends meet working as the books editor for a new online entertainment magazine, Chatter. With $85,000 of student loan debt about to go into repayment, she has no idea how she’ll get by.

Just when she thinks things couldn’t get worse, Harper’s boss decides to embed her in the North American tour for the hot rock band, Always Rayne. Ten days on the road with the band for her to get an exclusive story. But Harper’s a homebody and the last thing she wants to do is go on the road with a rock band. And she definitely doesn’t want to spend ten days with the notorious bad boy and band front man, Nic Rayne.

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Jul 23

Review – Worth The Trade (More Than A Game #2) by Kristina Mathews

I really loved these characters and had they been more fully developed and the proper respect paid to the game of baseball Worth The Trade could have been a great story.  ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures

A ballplayer and a team owner would give anything for a championship—even their hearts…

After inheriting majority ownership of the San Francisco Goliaths baseball team, Hunter Collins wants to prove to herself—and the rest of the league—that she’s got what it takes to build a champion. Her first move is to trade for a hot left-fielder. He’s got it all, speed, power, and a desire to win. Not to mention undeniable charm.

Marco Santiago is tired of being the new player in town. After four teams in six years, he’s facing free agency at the end of the season. He wants nothing more than a long-term contract and a World Series win. Hitting on his new owner probably isn’t the best way to get it, but love may be the most powerful challenger either of them has ever faced…

Warning: Strong language, consummated love scenes, and some baseball clichés.

Review copy provided for an honest review

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Jul 23

Review – Tempting Alibi by Savannah Stuart

Tempting Alibi was a short and sweetly sexy story about a guy from the wrong side of the tracks meeting a girl from the right one.  ~ Leigh, Guilty Pleasures

Scott got into a fair amount of trouble as a teenager, but now he’s grown and runs a respectable auto body shop. Unfortunately, the sheriff of his town has it out for him, no matter how much he’s cleaned up his act. When he’s accused of a crime he didn’t commit, no one is more surprised than he is when straitlaced Michaela Miller provides him with an alibi. An alibi that’s a complete lie. Determined to find out why his sexy next-door neighbor helped him out, he puts himself in danger of losing something he’d never considered. His heart.

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Jul 23

ARC Review – General Misconduct (Conduct Unbecoming #2) by L.A. Witt

General Misconduct is a very good story of young love that is so powerful it takes your breath away and makes you believe that sometimes first love can be forever love. ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures

A chance encounter, a chance at love…and one heartbreaking choice.

A Conduct Unbecoming Sequel

Ensign Aiden Lange is taking a hike—and it’s not for the pleasure of seeing Okinawa’s Hiji Falls. It’s in the hope that claiming he took a fall on the rocks will cover up the fact he was beaten up in a gay bar. Not a place a Naval Academy grad wants to get caught if he’s serious about his career.

At the end of the trail, a surprise comes with the scenery. A gorgeous young guy in swim trunks.

Connor didn’t come up to the falls to find a man, but he’s instantly intrigued by the ensign with the bandaged eyebrow. A hike turns into dinner, and before he knows it, he’s up to his heart in love with the gentle, infinitely patient Aiden.

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Jul 22

Thank you to our July Advertisers!!



Come here…a little closer….I have a secret to share…..Advertising on Guilty Pleasures is cheap.  Why?  Because the money is used to cover contests and give aways, not to make big bucks off of the ads.

Now that you know that…..If you get a chance please check out our July advertisers ~ buy their books if possible or even just share this link.

Thank you and we look forward to bringing you more fun contests throughout the year!

July Advertisers are:

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Jul 22

Release Day Launch & ARC Review – Falling for Her Husband (The Renaldis #3) by Karen Erickson

Karen Erickson has once again given her readers a couple they can’t help but love, an entertaining story, some steamy intimate moments, and a fine wrap up of an intriguing series. ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures 

We are so excited about the Release Day Launch for FALLING FOR HER HUSBAND by Karen Erickson! FALLING FOR HER HUSBAND is the third novel in Erickson’s romantic suspense The Renaldis Series published by Samhain Publishing!!

She’s desperate to remember…and he’s desperate to forget.

As one of the heads of his family’s well-respected fashion house, Vincenzo Renaldi is used to living life at light speed. His relationship with Amber, a successful model, was the definition of “jet-set”, from whirlwind romance to quickie wedding. Now, at the rate these two workaholics are going, they may as well live in two different worlds.

Determined to recapture the magic that drew them together, Vince flies to New York to confront his wife. And only succeeds in chasing her away—straight into the path of a moving car.

When Amber awakens in the hospital, she’s overjoyed to see her husband by her side. Yet there’s something behind the relief in his tired eyes. And something behind his determination to treat her like a queen. Something that lurks just beyond the shadows of her missing memories.

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