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Brody (Default Distraction #1) by A.S. Roberts – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Brody (Default Distraction #1)Brody by A.S. Roberts
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Brody by A.S. Roberts was my first book by this author. This love at first sight rocker romance was a great read and boy did it have some steamy sex scenes; who loves a good dirty talking lead singer – THIS GIRL!

Brody first laid eyes on Amy at her Nan’s shop then after a few little accidents; he couldn’t stay away from her. Brody loved the fact that Amy didn’t know that he was a famous rock-star and wanted her to get to know the real Brody. And we all know that this decision is going to backfire on him at some point.

I hate to say this but I took me some time to get into this book at first, but by the end, I was so glued to my kindle. I am so looking forward to reading more from this series, I see some very interesting things about to happen.

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Flirt: A College Romance (What Happens on Campus #2) by M.L. Sparrow – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Flirt: A College Romance (What Happens on Campus #2)Flirt: A College Romance by M.L. Sparrow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Flirt is the second book in the What Happens on Campus series by M.L. Sparrow. This book picks up around where Player left off, but this book can be read as a standalone (recommend reading Player). Riley is a little lost after losing her gymnastics career and wanted to try the college life. Well, she tried the wrong college life – drinking, drugs dealer “boyfriend” and sleeping around. Cameron is your typical good guy; he loves math and science, doesn’t drink much and go to church. Cameron has always been in love with Riley since they somewhat grow up together. Riley needed someone to put her on the right track before something really bad happened but is Cameron the right person and why is Riley really acting like this?

I really liked this book; Riley and Cameron were just the right balance for each other. At times I couldn’t believe that Riley was so selfish and didn’t think of anyone else. I wanted to smack her friends for waiting so long to do something about it. But I guess you have to let someone fall before you help to pick them up.

I’m looking forward to the next book but I have a feeling I’m not going to like what happened to Terri. A box of tissue will be on standby.

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Georgia Pine (Southern Promises Book 3) by K.G. Fletcher – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Georgia Pine (Southern Promises Book 3)Georgia Pine by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Georgia Pine is the third book in the Southern Promises series by K.G. Fletcher. Every book in this series just keeps getting better than the last. You briefly meet Jessica in Georgia Clay and got a quick glimpse into Jessica’s life in Georgia on My Mind and I excited to find out that the next book would be her story. I loved everything about Tim and Jessica’s story; he is the perfect gentleman for this Southern Belle. From their first meeting in the pantry, Tim was meant to loved and take care of these five girls. The way Tim cherished Jessica and loved her adorable four girls melted my heart. Some parts of this story reminded me of my step-father coming into my life and being the father that I needed.

K.G. Fletcher, your writing had me glued to my kindle from beginning to end. I can’t wait to see what you write next!

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Player (What Happens on Campus #1) by M.L. Sparrow – Review by Jessica Leombruno

PlayerPlayer by M.L. Sparrow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I found Player by M.L. Sparrow more enjoyable than the last couple of NA Sport Romance books that I have read. The writing was smooth and very evenly paced. I liked that the romance wasn’t rushed and even though Chloe and Parker tried to be friends first; they both knew it wasn’t going to work. This book is the perfect world building book; most of that drama sets around the other characters to set up those books. Don’t get me wrong, Chloe and Parker did have their share of drama but they fit together so well it didn’t make too big of a mess for their relationship. Overall, I would recommend this book if you’re looking to start a new New Adult College romance series.

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Why Not Me? by Ashley Erin – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Why Not Me?Why Not Me? by Ashley Erin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Why Not Me? is my first book by Ashley Erin. The blurb is what got me to read this book but it was the writing that kept me turning the pages. This was an enjoyable sweet book, far warning if you have a problem with cheating in a book – this might not be the book for you.

Why Not Me? will have you questioning past and present relationships. Wondering if a person from the past came back into your life would it change your present relationship? Allie is caught between two men and has a big decision to make; stay in a friend/roommate relationship or try again with a man that you have amazing chemistry with. I will say that I didn’t see that twist at the ending coming, that could have ruin Allie forever.

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Georgia On My Mind (Southern Promises Book 2) by K.G. Fletcher – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Georgia On My Mind (Southern Promises #2)Georgia On My Mind by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

KG Fletcher, you’ve got me hooked to this series!

Georgia On My Mind is the second book in the Southern Promises series and it was so good. Gia and Hart are two broken people who find each other just at the right time and boy do the sparks fly. Hart and Gia might be a little sexier then Clay and Katie. Again I loved everything about this book, KG’s writing is so enjoyable that you don’t want to see her books ended.

If you love a good southern boy who just wants to take care of his woman, then you need to read this book. Heck, read this series because the blurb for the next book sounds so good – Single Mom of 4 girls and the Gardener, SOLD!!!

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Georgia Clay (Southern Promises, Book 1) by K.G. Fletcher – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Georgia Clay (Southern Promises, #1)Georgia Clay by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Georgia Clay is my first book by KG Fletcher and I am hooked. Katie and Clay’s story was sexy funny and swoon-worthy. I loved the fact that this book was half set in Nashville because I love Nashville and felt like I was there with how KG described of the city.

How many of us all wish we could go to our high school reunion and just hit it off with our crush 10 years later? Well, that is how Katie and Clay’s romance started. Katie and Clay both had very demanding jobs but found a way to make long-distance relationship work, didn’t hurt that they were only a 4-hour car ride away.

I loved everything about this book, from Clay’s southern charm to the other characters in the book. Oh, my Goodness, the song Clay wrote for Katie was amazing.

If you’re looking for a book to get lost in while sitting on a back porch drinking Iced Tea, this is the book for you!

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Yes, Sir by J. Richards – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Yes, SirYes, Sir by J. Richards
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

If you’re looking for a quick dirty sexy read than Yes, Sir is the book for you. J Richards, I swear you wrote this book for me; this book is something I have had so many dreams about. I can relate to Abby Jackson and what she goes through with her husband, who pays more attention to a game console. I don’t think I would have the guts to play truth or dare on Girl’s Night, if I knew it would lead to what happened in this book I might say Yes, Sir!. You definitely need to read this book if you want to spice things up in the bedroom. You might even need a cold shower after reading this book.

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Wine Thief (Resort Romances Book 5) by Mary Billiter – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Wine Thief (Resort Romances #5)Wine Thief by Mary Billiter
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Mary Billiter is a new author to me, but the title and blub had me, a book about Napa Valley and Wine, Yes Please! Chole and Tony are great characters and this was a good modern day romance with a little mystery mixed in, like keep me turning the pages. You will learn a lot about wine that I want to go on a wine train now. But unfortunately, there might have been too much information that it overpowered the story a little. Mary Billiter writing is well written but at times maybe a little too descriptive. I hate to say that because I wish some author were more descriptive in their writing. I am looking forward to going back and reading the other books in this series.

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Tightrope Book 1 by Maddie Wade – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Tightrope Book 1Tightrope Book 1 by Maddie Wade
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Tightrope by Maddie Wade was rollercoaster of a first book for me. This book will leave you screaming at your kindle because you can’t believe the way it ended and are in need of the next book. There were so many twists that I had to re-read a few chapters just to make sure I was reading things right. Your emotions will be all over the place; you will feel sorry for someone then by the end you will want to punch that person. I am not going to give anything away; I will just say that I couldn’t put this book down If you’re looking for a book that will suck you in and have you begging for more; highly recommend that you read this book.

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