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Eat Me (Mayim Merman Book 1) by Amber Dark – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Eat Me (Mayim Merman series Book 1)Eat Me by Amber Dark
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

  1. 5 Star
    Eat Me (Mayim Merman Book 1) by Amber Dark is a super short story that I devoured in one sitting. Hot ! Hot ! Hot ! Is the best way to describe this book. Summer is a woman who recently got dumped by her ex boyfriend and for months has been doing a lot of crying and ice cream and no sex .She finally decides its time to start living and heads to a club where she meets Mayim. He’s a hot and sexy as hell Merman who loves women and sex. The temperature will definitely rise . She decides one night stand and indulging in her secret desires is what she needs. Mayim does that and so much more. He shows her she’s beautiful and worthy. This book is so much more that hot sex. I can’t recommend it enough. I can’t wait to read more from this Author.View all my reviews

Reckless: A Steamy Contemporary Romance Anthology by Mika Jolie, Kylie Stewart, P.M. Carson and Sharla Lovelace – Review by Robin Rankin

Reckless - An AnthologyReckless – An Anthology by Mika Jolie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Reckless: A Steamy Contemporary Romance Anthology by Mika Jolie, Kylie Stewart, P.M. Carson and Sharla Lovelace was exactly as advertised. There were some pretty steamy moments along with moments that made you laugh, gasp and flip the page quickly to see what happens next.

Layla’s Chance by Mika Jolie is the first book in the anthology. Layla and Chance start off with major sparks between them and it doesn’t let up the entire time these together. I think most women in their thirties and forties have thought about the young hot musician, Layla actually gets him. I loved how her stories are all connected in some way and will be reading more from her.

Into The Deep by Kylie Stewart grabbed me from the very beginning of the story. I don’t know what is was about Gemma and Grayson’s story that grabbed me but it did. I think the moment on the table at his house had me fanning myself.

Dirty Martinis and the Spy Who Kissed me were also great books. I found myself getting mad at Rachel in Dirty Martinis and on the edge of my seat in Spy Who Kissed Me.

All of these stories are worth the read.

Reviewed by @rlrankin

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