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Angie

Hi. My name is Angie, and I’m a social-media-and-smut-book-reading addict. Hi… Angie… I’ve been working hard on the magical internet since 2006 when I retired from teaching elementary school to stay at home with my two baby girls. Now, I am a smut peddler. You can follow my nonsense on Twitter and Facebook. Simply, I’m just a girl, looking at the book world, asking it to love her.

Ruin by CD Reiss

By Angie / October 14, 2014

In CD Reiss’s Ruin, the story is so compelling and the sexin’ is so NAUGHTY! ~ Nelle

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Deacon by Kristen Ashley

By Angie / October 6, 2014

All the fuckin’ been thrown my way readin’ this book, it was given to me hard and it was beautiful.

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Becoming Calder by Mia Sheridan

By Angie / October 6, 2014

Taking place over the span of two books — Finding Eden comes immediately after Calder — this story is not complete without a journey through both.

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Across the Music by Heather Sosbee

By Angie / September 24, 2014

Like with her first book, Across the Ocean, Heather Sosbee writes a love story not just about two people but about her adopted country of Iceland.

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Bad Son Rising by Julie A Richman

By Angie / September 12, 2014

If you want a chance to catch up with the Schooner and Mia Moore and see how Zac turns good, check out Bad Son Rising.

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Captured by Jasinda and Jack Wilder

By Angie / September 3, 2014

I’ve said for a long time that Jasinda Wilder is a Mistress of Sex Scenes, and with Captured, she proves her title’s worth. Lock your doors, charge your batteries, and get started on this book.

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One More Chance by Abbi Glines Excerpt Reveal #AtriaIndies

By Angie / August 29, 2014

Today you get another sneak peek at One More Chance, the continuation of Grant and Harlow’s story. You’ll get our full recommendation on September 2nd, but this should hold you over until then…

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Debt Inheritance by Pepper Winters

By Angie / August 29, 2014

Debt Inheritance is a very interesting start to a story, one different from many I’ve read.

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Black Lies by Alessandra Torre

By Angie / August 27, 2014

Black Lies is so well-written, so undeniably sexy, so mind-twisty and lovely and tear-jerky and so much more than you expect. CERTIFIED FAVORITE

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Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover

By Angie / August 5, 2014

Not since Hopeless has Colleen Hoover made me ugly cry this much for fictional characters like she has in Ugly Love. *Certified Favorite* ~Angie

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DAIR by RK Lilley

By Angie / July 25, 2014

With Dair, RK manages to keep up both the mystery and the hotness.

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UnBeloved by Madeline Sheehan

By Angie / July 11, 2014

If you’ve loved the other three UnDeniable series books, you’ll want to catch up with the characters and all of their dirty relationships in UnBeloved.

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Rusty Nailed by Alice Clayton

By Angie / June 24, 2014

In Rusty Nailed, Alice Clayton gives us the look ahead into Simon and Caroline’s life together and how they progress in their relationship.

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The Saint by Tiffany Reisz

By Angie / June 24, 2014

Simply, The Saint has EVERYTHING. It has everything, it wants for nothing; it is simply my favorite book of all time. Tiffany Reisz, I hate you.

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KICK and USE (Songs of Perdition, Part 1) by CD Reiss

By Angie / June 22, 2014

Songs of Perdition, Part 1 is brilliant and messed up, both in good and bad ways. It’s erotic, dark, romantic(?), disturbing, highly sexual, sexy, and most of all, required outside-of-the-box reading. 5 SWELLED STARS!

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Brooke’s Photo Journal (Across the Ocean 1.5) by Heather Sosbee

By Angie / June 12, 2014

As a standalone from Across the Ocean, Brooke’s Photo Journal is intoxicating in its beauty and insight.

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Author Recommendation: Tessa Bailey Loves Burned by Tara Sivec

By Angie / June 10, 2014

In the first edition of Authors Love Authors, Tessa Bailey tells us why we should read Tara Sivec’s new book, Burned.

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Kyleigh Jane Interviews Leah Raeder, Author of Unteachable

By Angie / June 6, 2014

Now we have me, all crazy crushing on Leah Raeder because she writes like a freaking ninja-poet, slinging words like Chinese Stars or something. Obviously, I had to do an interview.

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The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons

By Angie / June 5, 2014

If you enjoy learning about historic events while reading a fantastic heart-wrenching story of love, betrayal, and survival The Bronze Horseman is for you.

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Devil’s Game by Joanna Wylde

By Angie / May 27, 2014

Just like with the other two in the series, the intensity of the relationship in Devil’s Game is palpable, but unlike the other two, Devil’s Game is much more down-to-earth and funny.

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