Nancy’s Review of Redneck Romeo

Redneck Romeo
By: Xavier Neal
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Dustin is on a vacation with his brother Cody and Sam Costs best friend.  This is where he meets Carly.  All he knows is that deep down there is a connection.

Carly is a matchmaker that knows that love at first sight is impossible.  But what in the world is it that she is feeling for this Cowboy?

Through the trials of distance, a city girl and a country boy, and each having very opinionated families how can this couple make it work?

My take on this book:

This book really hit me right in the heart.  Miss Neal has a way of looking at the world and putting that into her books that will make you question everything.  You can feel the Love between Dusty and Carly.  And though it is a rough road they will make it as long as they love each other.  I highly recommend this book.  Definitely do not miss.

Till the next book ~ Nancy

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Nancy’s Review of Stakeout

Stakeout
By: Karen Raines and Brittany Crowley
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Best friends are not supposed to cross that line to sleep with each other right?
When Bri and Colby do, Bri sees stars until Colby calls out another woman’s name. Not cool.  She decides to take a month long case to get away from Colby.  But then he shows up on the case.  How unlucky can a girl get?

Colby realizes the mistake he made the night with Bri.  But she won’t talk to him so he can get at least their friendship back.  When the chance for a joint case comes up he jumps at it because no way is he letting his best friend go without him watching her back.

What happens when both their lives are put on the line?

My take on this book:

I loved this book.  Not only was the tension thick.  But the danger was palpable.  The twists that these writers added had my mind spinning.  This was a awesome book that I did not want to put it down. I would love to see more from these two.  The guys from Colbys firm and ladies from Bris firm will make for some serious hotness.

Till the next book ~ Nancy

Review by Nancy— Justice

Justice
By: Cin Medley
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Justice is tired of living a double life.  He is trying to get out of the Black Mombos but knows the only way out is death.  One night he stops 2 of his guys from harming someone.  Once he sees who he loses his mind on them.

Samantha has been brutalized for 2 years.  When she wakes up she can’t remember anything.  Why is this man being so nice to her?

How can Sam and J.J. work when there is so much between them that is unknown.  J.J. promises that he will give Sam back her life.  But can he let her go when the time comes?  Can he keep her safe?

My take on this book:

I could not put this book down.  The twists and turns will keep you guessing.  The surprise ending was awesome.  I recommend this book.  It kept me very interested.  

Till the next book ~ Nancy 

Leigh’s review on God’s and Monsters

Gods and Monsters
By Saffron A. Kent
Since reading the Unrequited, I have longed for the words of Saffron Kent again. I loved Gods and Monsters in a real and raw way. Evie loved Abel for so long but her mother and the rest of the town thought of him as a monster but he was not—not in the least. This is a great example that bigotry doesn’t always follow race and the town has it in for Abel, because of his geneology. Evie falls for him though her mother, one of the real monsters in this story, makes it difficult for the two to be together.
 
The story follows Evie and Able from their early teens through their early adult years. The character development that Saffron creates within this story is unique and incredible. Early within the story, we see Evie as the kid she is but as the story progresses, so does Evie. This is just another one of Ms. Kent’s wonder in her story telling ability.
 
Evie is two years younger than Abel when she meets him. The whole town hates his existance. But as I mentioned earlier, they are the ones that are truly the monsters that create a wedge between Evie following her heart. Abel wants nothing more than Evie (Pixie) in his life. As they sneak behind everyone’s backs, their love for one another only strengthens. When it comes to a head—Evie has a choice to make.
 
Saffron has a way of painting a story so vividly, you are staring at it on a canvas. This book will leave you breathless; cheering this couple through their life; begging that they get their happy ever after and wanting to kick some of the side characters a** at the same time! This is a must read!

Nancy’s Review of Art of Loyalty

Art of Loyalty
By: M. Orgeron
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Vincent knows that loyalty is a huge thing in the life that he lives. He is loyal to Catherine Stern and she has always taken care of him. As he sees each of his brothers fall and find the women they are meant to be with he wonders what life has in store.

Brittany is happy with her choices in life. She takes care of those she loves. She does everything her way. What more could a girl want?

What happens when Brittany and Vin collide? Fireworks that is What.

My take on this book:

If you haven’t read the Stern family Saga you really need to. This book is so well written that you will not want to put it down. Vin is the quiet Alpha male that most women dream of and Brittany is a bull headed woman that takes no crap. You will feel like part of the Stern family.

Till the next book ~ Nancy

Leigh’s Review of Living With Marcus

Living With Marcus

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Florence Osmund

I am taking a small detour from straight romance to bring you a review on this book. It certainly includes romance but this book has so many elements associated with it. That is the brilliance of Florence Osmund. I will read anything and everything by this author She is by far one of my favorites, especially as an indie author.

The idea of this book centers around Markus, a man with a sense of family and he puts up with a lot of crap from them. When his sister shows up on his doorstep with her two kids, he lets her live with him. This eventually begins the demise of Markus’s relationship with his girlfriend. The addition of three more people in his house, causes a ripple in every part of his life.

Throughout the book, he takes on more and more responsibility to his family, showing that family is of most importance. I think he goes out of the realm of what most people would deal with. In the end , he inherits a sick dad and another child because Markus simply will not turn his back on family. The book is a sweet look at family dynamics along with the way Ms. Osmund paints each character so vividly. If you have not read a Florence Osmund book, you are missing out!

Review by Nancy- Voyeur

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Voyeur
By: Fiona Cole
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Oaklyn is trying to get through college. She has found scholarships but something happens and the money disappears. She has tried everything. She gets a job at the club Voyeur. As well as extra shifts in the science dept of her college.

Callum has issues and his heaven is Voyeur. He can be in the shadows. But once he sees her he starts longing for more but doesn’t know how to get there.

And when Oaklyn becomes Callums teachers assistant then everythinf may fall down around them.

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My take on this book:

I loved the way this story was written. Fiona has a way to draw you into this story and feel a lot through out it. This is a highly recommend. Do not miss this one.

Till the next book ~ Nancy

 

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