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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Stay (WAGs #2) [Hailey & Matt] by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy

Sarina and Elle killed it again! I LOVED this story so much! Matt and Hailey were perfect for one another, perfect together and each on his/her own. I also liked Hailey's business - so clever! and getting more of the guys on the team (yeah, especially Blakey) was AWESOME.

We got glimpses of Matthew Eriksson in the previous installment but what we got didn't prepare me enough to fall in love with this sweet guy with this HUGE heart who fears he can never find a HEA, especially while being a professional Hockey player. His ex really did a number on him, blaming him on everything that went wrong in their marriage and now treating him like an invalid as a father to their twins girls. He loves his girls so he'll do right around anything (including change his recipe of waffles into a gluten free one - YUCK!) if that's what their mother wants. So while his teammates are (mostly) having fun he is reserved, returning home to his dog while the young ones are partying with anyone willing. Meeting Hailey was not something he expected but as kept texting with her he realized he really DOES want to meet her (even if he doesn't have anything real to offer her..)

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Ice Blue (Lord and Lady Hetheridge #1) by Emma Jameson

I really enjoyed this one. I didn't know what to expect but since I loved everything else I've read by Emma - in other pen names (T. Baggins / S.A. Reid) it was only a matter of time before I gave this one a go. It's somewhere between a Mystery and Romantic Suspense novel. There is little to any romance in this one, it's mostly the two MC getting to know one another and building a friendship with each thinking of more but not being sure if and how it could be possible and not only because of age difference and rank. Though I'm not into Mysteries usually this one was interesting and engaging. I had my thoughts about who's the killer and I was right (though I second guessed myself probably the whole book..). But that's the way I enjoy Mysteries really, ones that aren't THAT difficult to solve ;) 

Thursday, June 1, 2017

June 2017 Reading List

Last month I had a lot on my mind and there were too many emotional scenarios to my liking and yet they are all over and I feel I'm in a new place, not just because of all the things that happened but in spite of everything. I want to do different things and some of them I already begun. See, though I LOVE change I sometimes have it hard getting the right kind of motivation to MAKE the change. Let's applause to change, to new beginning even if the first to arrive was this too damn hot summer..

This month book-wise is mostly a re-visit to T.Baggins / S.A. Reid under her real name - Emma Jameson in which she writes Mystery / Romantic Suspense series. It's not a genre I'm used to but I've loved everything I've read by Emma before so I'm really excited to see how these work out for me. Things didn't work out as expected so I added to those three new releases by Authors I absolutely LOVE - Sarina, Katy and Christina.

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♥ Contemporary Romance 
   

♥ Romantic Suspense / Mystery 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Floodgates by Mary Calmes

Though this one started out great, on the way it somehow stopped working for me. I loved the beginning, yet as the story progressed I drifted farther from our MC (and sole POV) - Tracy Brandt. I DID really enjoy all the side characters and Tracy's connection with his family was extremely sweet, each brother is so very different and yet when they are together they are a real team with their father spreading his love to all of them. Tracy's friends were fun, we got quite a lot of them in the beginning but later on the story focused on the danger Tracy was in and he was extracted from his daily life to draw out the villain. 

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