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4 Stars

Taking Chances by Molly McAdams

Taking place over a period of several years (most of the book took place over the course of a year), the story involves a lot of dialogue, both inner and between characters. If you like reading romances without cliff-hangers, this is a great book for you to read. [4/5 stars]

Love Unscripted by Tina Reber

I love the idea of a small-town girl falling for the superstar actor boy. Through many (MANY) pages of strife and conflict, I ended up loving this couple and love them even more after reading Love Unrehearsed. [4/5 stars]

Rough Riders Series by Lorelei James

Once I got started with the McKay boys, I couldn’t stop. Like any addiction, I got a taste and couldn’t find a way to stop. The Rough Riders series revolves around the wild McKay family and their lives in and around Wyoming. The series MUST be read in order as each book refers back to the family previously featured in earlier books. They’re highly sexual, some sweeter than others, some just this side of deliciously nasty. The Rough Riders series is HIGHLY recommended.

The Marriage Mistake by Jennifer Probst

Much like the first two Married to a Billionaire books (The Marriage Bargain & The Marriage Trap), The Marriage Mistake is based around a love story of two people discovering one another and that they belong together. There’s no doubt that they will eventually end up in bed together, but how it happens is the central question. With the feistiness and stubbornness of Carina and the mislead desires of Maximus, the two tease the inevitable. Probst offers some surprises that I’m glad to have read, enough so that the book redeemed itself from being just another romance. [4/5 stars]

All In by Raine Miller

I loved reading this from Ethan’s perspective, but his voice seemed to be too simplistic for a successful security mogul. But then again, I’m not a man and maybe that’s really how they think. He loves his girl and will let nothing hurt her, not even himself. I can’t wait to read the 3rd! [4/5 stars]