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Review: Roman Will Fall by Cynthia Eden

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She can’t work with him. They’ve been partners for less than a week, and Roman Smith (if that even was his real last name!) is already driving Harper Crane absolutely insane. His list of faults is a mile long. Roman is secretive, controlling, and far too sexy. Okay, the sexiness doesn’t matter. It can’t matter. What matters is that Roman never listens to orders, he is far too quiet and intense, and Harper is pretty sure that he is up to some seriously shady side business. He isn’t supposed to want his new training partner. Roman has spent his life in the darkness. He is far too well acquainted with evil, and working at Wilde? Well, joining the security and protection firm is supposed to be the first step to turning things around in his world. The first step to becoming someone new. But some habits are hard to shake. And Roman knows that his way too beautiful trainer, Harper, is already suspicious of him. Yeah, so…she is right to be suspicious. Until recently, he has been the bad guy in

Feature Friday

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Welcome back to #featurefriday. Here's the  link  to the schedule for our #featurefriday posts. Make sure to also visit  Cyndi @ Born to Read Books  she too does this post. This week is #ForFun! So I'm asking you, have any of you been watching Bridgerton on Netflix? I know there has to be a few Julia Quinn readers out there? So share your thoughts with us!   

Book Club Thursday

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Welcome back to #BookClubThursday! Throwback Thursday I did this post on 1/21/17. Here's the  link  to see the original post. Any of you read her? Visit Cyndi @ Born to Read Books Come back on 1/28/21 "Reading Challenge"  

Review: Reunited on Dragonfly Lane by Annie Rains

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Boutique owner Sophie Daniels certainly isn't looking to adopt a dog the day veterinarian Chase Lewis convinces her to take in Comet. A rambunctious puppy with a broken leg may not be the best choice for a first-time pet owner. And house calls from the handsome doctor—her high school sweetheart who's just moved back to Sweetwater Springs—may not be the best choice for her heart either. Chase has come home to help his nephew but finds that he's forgotten just how much he enjoys small-town life. However, sooner or later, he's going to have to face the past and his unresolved feelings for Sophie. Now that Comet needs both their help, Chase is going to let the four-legged matchmaker work his canine magic. Then Chase will prove to Sophie that first love is even better the second time around. I have to start off by saying that I hate when a series ends. It's like saying goodbye to old friends. Here's my dilemma,  I also love starting new series by my favorite authors.

Whatcha' Reading?

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I'd love to know!

New Book Releases

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There are always so many wonderful books to buy each week. All of us are looking to buy different ones so these are the ones that I would like to buy or will be buying. I will also be throwing some in that I've read in ARC form that I think you'd like. Nothing for me the week. So, what's on your list for 1/19/21?

Review: Falling Hard by Stacy Finz

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This is the summer of Annie Sparks—at least according to her. No more supporting lazy jerks or coddling irresponsible family or taking care of anyone who doesn’t deserve her help. Instead, she’s headed to an estate in a remote mountain town, to spend her summer with her boots covered in mud and her hands working the earth. Love is the last thing on her mind. Nugget is a long way from Logan Jenkins’ old life as a Navy SEAL. But before he starts fresh in the private sector, he receives a bequest from a man he never knew: his biological father. To learn more about his background, Logan makes his way to his late father’s estate, where he is immediately knocked on his heels by an incredible woman with a heart of gold. Annie’s not looking for a fling, and Logan knows Nugget can’t be forever, so falling in love should be impossible. But when they’re together, time stops, and suddenly the impossible seems like the only thinkable option . . . See I promised to get caught up and I'm working