Thursday, October 21, 2021

Review: The Devil You Know

The Devil You Know The Devil You Know by Kit Rocha
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Amazing. Again!

The Mercenary Librarians are back and this time Maya faces her demons and falls in love with Gray, who is facing a death sentence due to his biotech.

Kit Rocha excels at world building and this book is no different. Maya and Gray are the main couple but we check in on many points of view and the master craftsmanship here keeps it easy and exciting to follow. Can't wait for the next one!

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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Review: Act Your Age, Eve Brown

Act Your Age, Eve Brown Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A wonderful end to the trilogy!

Eve is impetuous sunshine and finding her way, Jacob is the grumpy and firmly planted Bed and Breakfast owner who falls literally hard for her. This was a hilarious and slow burn sexy read, written in Talia Hibbert's unique voice. Loved the series, loved this book!

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Thursday, June 17, 2021

Review: Mica

Mica Mica by MariaLisa deMora
My rating: 1 of 5 stars

This book was confusing and ultimately disappointing. I finished it, skimming unfortunately, to confirm my suspicions about the ending. If you are looking for a good MC book, this isn't it.

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Review: Sinner

Sinner Sinner by Sierra Simone
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Its been a while since I got excited about a book like I was with Sinner. The novel's tropes are not necessarily my faves, so that is a huge indicator how much I had to have enjoyed it. The novel was also set in Kansas City, a town with a special place in my heart, and as the author is a local, she wrote about it in a subtle, knowledge way that I appreciate.

However, let's talk about Sean Bell. Whew.

The hero of this story is a crass, cocky, and driven millionaire who find himself propositioned by his best friend's much younger sister, Zenny, who will shortly be dedicating her life to God as a nun. She asks him for a month to show her what she is giving up for her vows.

Yes there is a lot of dirty talking sex scenes, but the author did such a wonderful job of creating whole, three dimensional characters with complicated lives and choices. Sean is more than a cocky businessman, he is a guy that loves his family and takes his role seriously, especially considering his mother's illness. Zenny is strong, mature, and wise and challenges Sean at every step but never arbitrarily.

I loved this book. Sean Bell is up there with my fave book boyfriends.

TW: Cancer, hospitals

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