Tails always wins is a new one for me in the sense that I never really go for these type of genre. It’s a well written story that brings up a lot of controversial topics. Brodie is a shifter but keeps that side of himself hidden, but as each day that passes it becomes harder to hide. Tails has had a crappy start to her life but she all she really wants is equality. Tails character portrays a strong and intelligent woman. She basically has to get Brodie to go along with her to be a part of “movement”. Brodie is then faced with knowing that he is now to be used as a means to rid the world of his species. This story felt to be one of injustices, discrimination and letting history repeat itself. Will Tails and Brodie be able to see past their animosity and work together to overcome evil?
Game Changer is a romance comedy by an author that is new to me. There were some very comical moment while reading but also some that made me want to scream. It’s a story that revolves around Poppy and Mac. Poppy gets like a golden opportunity for a career and she takes it to move from Georgia to NYC. Mac is more like the silent type while poppy is like a talkative parrot. There are many other characters that are involved and maybe there is a possible book 2 for involving two of them. I would recommend for anyone that enjoys the rom-com and the banter to pick this book up.
This is the complete story of Nicholas and Kenzie. Right away the scene that starts the book sucks you in. It’s dark, and intense. I enjoyed this story, I believe the characters were well written and have a sturdy story. By no means does it make you feel like it was rushing. You honestly feel like you are getting the full everyday story. I enjoyed the other characters mentioned. It did kind of remind me of 50 shades of grey; with the rough upbringing, adoption, millionaire and being a part of a sex club. But this story in no way turns into a bdsm, I would say its an actual contemporary romance novel. I enjoyed throughly the start of their relationship and to see it flourish in the 2nd book. As well who doesnt enjoy a hea. I have zero regrets on picking this story up.
This is a short read; for a certain age group in mind. This is about a dog trying to play and communicate with others. The only hiccup is that no one can understand him and becomes fearful of him. In his mind he is talking and wanting to playball but no oneone stays. The overall message I believe is to understand that everyone is unique in there own way.
Off the bat this is a short story, and a hea. It’s about an older woman who already has grown kids and her marriage has fallen apart. She has a very odd set of friends. Honestly it reminded me about a group like sex in the city girls. So it went at a semi fast pace, at one moment she is asked about the divorce and the next it felt like she was already divorced and working. At first I thought the main guy was going to be Ritter, but then it became noticeable that it was going to be Reed. They start their affair and yes there is a hiccup and he basically dismisses her. This is where to me the drama happens and I liked it. The only thing that I didn’t like was that she didn’t make him grovel for forgiveness. Over all it’s a cute cheesy short story with a happily ever after.
This was a second chance romance book but because of the story it becomes a fast read. They have been divorced for 10 years and they both decided to go back to their home town. It’s read through her point of view so she does go back to her memories. She ends up realizing that she left her family hanging. She does a lot to make it up to them and to fix relationships. With her ex husband she still feels like she loves him and it does show that he still loves her. They have a moment when she thinks she saw something but it isn’t what it seems, that becomes a big trigger for her. This does become an hea, towards the end it does feel rushed. There is an epilogue which I like because I always like to see where they are a few years down the road.
This was in my opinion more of a light read. It doesn’t get to heavy. He is a vampire from a different time so he is a gentleman. She is more of an easy going person, not very confrontational more of a go with the flow person. He does touch upon his past and everything he didn’t like and what he misses. You expect what he will do because he never really wanted to be a vampire. There is drama when he needs to flow laws, and he was forced to mate with someone he absolutely hated. I enjoyed the downfall of the story, but it did leave me wanting to know what happened to the crazy vampire. I was left feeling like there is more to the story and more on the other characters. It is a standalone so no cliffhangers and it is also a hea.
Oh my goodness!!! I didn’t think this would have been that good since it was going to be a lot of short stories. On the contrary they are short but to the point. As in; it becomes steamy real quickly. I enjoyed that they were contemporary. There is some cheating so if you are highly against it this isn’t for you. If you are hoping to read something to get you in the mood, and don’t about cheating then this is for you. I was left on the edge wanting to continue reading some stories because I got hooked on the story as well. If I can give this book 4.5 stars I would. I’m going with 4 because I wanted more of the steamy stories, of the falling for the forbidden apple “person”. I even want to go search for some authors and get some of their other work. Enjoy feeling the sexual frustration!
This was a book that was easy to get into the story. At least for me since, i love second chance romance novels. So it starts close to the beginning when they “bump” into each other. She does seem a bit bitter about the past and how he ghosted her; but who wouldn’t. He obviously insisted and it does take fruit since they do get involved again. But obviously the story has many pains to overcome before the happy ever after. I love her bestie, her personality is like the best friend you want to have. I love that they both have a failed past, since it makes it feel more realistic. Since everyone wants to move on even if they really never do. Will you be able to join the journey with them?
This started off with the incident of why the abandonment. And I liked that, no guessing on what will happen. I think because of how it started you are hooked from the start. So the plot I enjoyed. It was very heartbreaking reading about their pain and despair. At the same time I did get annoyed with them. More so with him than her. I am not a big fan of going back into the past and then to present, so this happened a lot. I get that many enjoy the going back and seeing how they were. Just not for me. This book does stop in a cliffhanger, and yes I would get the next because I want to know what happens. Now lets just wait for book 2.