Book Review / New Release

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This is another great read by Melissa Foster. We meet single mom Bridgette Dalton, she’s had a tough life, her husband dies in a car accident when her child, Louie is only a few months old so he decides to move back to Sweetwater near her family. Enter Bodhi Booker, he is a ruggedly handsome guy and he moves in next door to Bridgette. He’s there to fixup the house for his mom to move into.   There is fireworks like New years eve when these two are together.   Bodhi, because of his job is a little cold and switched off when it comes to women, he doesn’t want to start a relationship incase he goes off on his next mission and doesn’t come home.   He doesn’t want to leave a women behind and especially Bridgette and her son Louie who he’s fallen madly in love with.   The characters in this story were believable and I had tears in my eyes in the last few chapters not knowing what was going to happen. Yeah yeah I’m a sucker for a HEA and I just didn’t know if this was on the cards for these two or not.     It was definitely worth the read to find out.

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Book Review / New Release

darker

Love, Love, Love, Love Loved this book. Like a lot of other people reading the Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy got me back into reading after several years of not reading and for that I thank EL James.     Now being able to read these books from Christian’s POV is great. It finally gives you the full story from both sides. I literally read this book within a couple of days and loved it. I cannot wait for the Freed to be in Christian’s POV as well. Reading the original books we got to see everything from Ana’s POV which was lovely, but we never really knew what Christian was thinking. I must say now that we are getting his POV it’s making me think differently of him. I liked his character originally but though he was a little “cold” but now I know what he was thinking, and what he was feeling I’m now loving his character. I can now understand why he is the way he is. Bring on Freed, I can’t wait to read that from his POV. If you are a Fifty Shades Fan you really need to read both POV’s to get the full picture.  

 

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Book Review / New Release

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This is the first book I’ve read by Jacob Chance and it certainly won’t be the last. I loved it.   We meet Carter, she’s had a tough life she decides she needs to make it a bit more exciting so thinks Kissing a complete stranger will do it, little does she know that this one impulse is a life altering experience for her.   Nick is a football playing Jock and a love ‘em and leave ‘em type of guy.   He’s happy to help Carter out, but the kiss blows his mind and he want to know about her, they don’t exchange names so know nothing about each other. Months later, they both are still thinking about each other and now they know each other’s names and have become friends.  Nick is the total opposite of what Carter think’s she needs but she can’t stop thinking about him and wants to take him out of the friends zone.     Can they keep their distance from each other????   Will they move from the friends zone????   This was a great book, the characters were believable and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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