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New Jerk in Town: An Enemies-to-Lovers Romantic Comedy (Carolina Kisses Book 2) by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Jennifer Gordon

New Jerk in Town (Carolina Kisses, #2)New Jerk in Town by Sylvie Stewart
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This can be read as a standalone story but some of the characters cross over from previous books in Stewart’s ‘Carolina Kisses’ series. In ‘New Jerk in Town’ Jill, the younger sister to Jenna from ‘The Nerd Next Door’ is the focus of the story. Jill is a natural flirt but seeing Milo Papatonis again she’s reminded that he is the king of all jerks. Surly, rude, selfish, and extremely attractive Milo crushed Jills dreams when they were children had now she’s being forced to share a house with him. Thankfully the situation is only for business and is temporary, however that dose not stop Milo’s bad manners effecting Jill or picturing him in the shower, or imagining his smile, no Jill is definitely not going there.
This is a fun sexy, enemies to lovers romance with plenty of comedy thrown in and steamy scenes as neither Milo or Jill can deny their obvious attraction to each other and their chemistry sizzles off the page. I was cheering the main characters on hoping they both got their HEA, and the secondary characters are all intriguing as well and I hope to see them pop up in future books in this series. A great read for some escapism.

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Forgotten Promise Book two: The Forgotten Trilogy by Virginia Wine – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Forgotten Promise (Forgotten #2)Forgotten Promise by Virginia Wine
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Forgotten Promise (Forgotten #2) by Virginia Wine was a romantic suspense that will keep you on your toes.

Nathan and Bryer think they finally can start finding they’re happily ever after. But Cash is still lurking around finding a way to be 2 steps ahead of them. Will Nathan and Bryer ever truly be done with Cash or will Cash find a way to destroy their relationship?

I’m not a huge suspense romance fan but Virginia’s writing as me wanting more. I can’t wait to see what will happen next with this couple.

Reviewed by @jbruno26
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New Jerk in Town: An Enemies-to-Lovers Romantic Comedy (Carolina Kisses Book 2) by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Sara Oxton

New Jerk in Town (Carolina Kisses, #2)New Jerk in Town by Sylvie Stewart
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

New Jerk In Town by Sylvie Stewart a flipping five-star read. This is number two in the Carolina Kisses series, I have read and enjoyed this author before but there was something special about this one, something that just made e smile more than the others. I adored the slow burn romance and the flashbacks made the story for me, they just added this extra layer that helped me get to know and understand Milo and Jill, it gave the story the depth it needed. I loved how it was light but there was an underlying tension that peaked and flowed and just gave it the realness that made you care so deeply for them all. This will have you laughing out loud and holding your heart and hoping it doesn’t break, there is just something about this story and something special about all of the characters, I can easily say that this was my favourite read by this author.

Review by @saraoxo

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Satan’s Devils MC Boxset Books 1-5 (Satans Devils MC Series) by Manda Mellett – Review by Michelle Austin

Satan's Devils MC Boxset Books 1-5Satan’s Devils MC Boxset Books 1-5 by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Satan’s Devils MC Boxset Books 1-5 by Manda Mellett is a great 5 star read.
To get all five of these stories in one book is great, you can finish and move right on to the next one. The author does a great job of pulling you in with her writing. We get so many different topics that all of these bikers face, my emotions were all over the place.

Turning Wheels: This is Sophie and Wraith’s story. Sophie is having a hard time accepting that she is in a wheelchair and feels really down. When Wraith show’s up at her house to protect her from the man that put her in the wheelchair. The more time they spend together the closer they get. We do get some steamy scenes as well.

Drummer’s Beat: This is Sam and Drummer’s story. Drummer tries to fight his attraction to Sam. When Sam ends up being taken by a sex trafficking group, Drummer is determined to find her. Will he finally give in to his feelings?

Slick Running: This is Ella and Slick’s story. I will warn you that there are some dark scenes with this story. Ella ends up leaving, when she contacts the club Slick is standoffish at first. When the truth comes out on why Ella left he is determined to get her back. My emotions were all over the place with this one for sure.

Targeting Dart: This is Dart and Alex’s story. Dart isn’t one for commitments, he keeps women at arms length. However, there is something different about Alex. When Alex’s ex shows up things get even more interesting.

Heart Broken: This is Hearts story and the title fits. I was a wreck reading this story. Heart is recovering from the loss of his wife. When he gets a call from a policy officer things take a twist. Can a biker and a police officer be together?

This is a must read series.If you like MC books this series is for you. I highly suggest 1-clicking and getting started today.

Reviewed by @mab54615
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Forgotten Promise Book two: The Forgotten Trilogy by Virginia Wine – Review by Meg Tyrrell

Forgotten Promise (Forgotten #2)Forgotten Promise by Virginia Wine
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I read the first book and was completely hooked. I hated Cash right away, what a jerk face. The second book continued the story of Cash’s evil BS but the love between Nathan and Bryer overcame. I love Virginia’s writing style. It is a book that pulled me in from the beginning and didn’t let me go until the final page.

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New Jerk in Town: An Enemies-to-Lovers Romantic Comedy (Carolina Kisses Book 2) by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Kerry Baker

  1. New Jerk in Town (Carolina Kisses, #2)New Jerk in Town by Sylvie Stewart
    My rating: 5 of 5 stars

New Jerk in Town: An Enemies-to-Lovers Romantic Comedy by Sylvie Stewart is the second book in the Carolina Kisses series. This is a brilliant and funny book that is sure to leave you a little hot under the collar.
This author has done to yet again. This is another amazing book that I was instantly hooked on as soon as I started reading. I loved Milo and Jill – they have to be two of my favourite characters. The chemistry between them was undeniable, and the arguing just made it more so.
This was such a fun book to read. And although it had all the usual “serious” scenes in it never felt like it took itself “too” seriously. There were plenty of entertaining, light heated parts to the book.
This was well written and a great book to read. As always I will look forward to what is next from this author.

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Forgotten Promise Book two: The Forgotten Trilogy by Virginia Wine – Review by Kerry Baker

Forgotten Promise (Forgotten #2)Forgotten Promise by Virginia Wine
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Forgotten Promise by Virginia Wine is the second book in the Forgotten trilogy. This is definitely as good as the first book and certainly kept me reading.
Throughout this book the author really knew how to keep you guessing. The whole way through I was rooting for Nathan and Bryer but I also couldn’t shake that niggling feeling that maybe Cash wasn’t going away. It made the book that bit more exciting to read.
As with the first I enjoyed the overall story and found the characters to be interesting. I am looking forward to seeing what might be next.

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New Jerk in Town: An Enemies-to-Lovers Romantic Comedy (Carolina Kisses Book 2) by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Lisa Helmick

New Jerk in Town (Carolina Kisses, #2)New Jerk in Town by Sylvie Stewart
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I loved the idea of this book. Two people going at each other like oil and water! I loved their quick witty banter and well actually all interactions. They have an amazing first kiss! What really got me though was that line drive Milo made for her when he backed her against the wall and seared her with his look and lips. Whoa!

There are many cute ideas in here that make it a treasure. The hate-hate relationship. The restaurant….SWiN. I loved the owner and the Bavarian style. I liked that the main character is a diver. That’s different and not highly used. I enjoyed the intricate relationship between Milo and his parents. Well done on weaving that! As well as his friendship with Bran. Lastly but not least are the crossover characters from her other series.

What I didn’t care for were the flashbacks. Some are useful but mostly not. I am NOT a fan of flashbacks at all so I am partially biased here. Sometimes they can be used artfully and smoothly to tell certain aspects or a reason for some problem in the present. Also there seemed to be an large amount thinking in their heads and berating themselves time and again. Too much of that also gets repetitive and old. Just my opinion.

Overall it’s a wonderful story that I enjoyed. I chuckled at their reactions to each other multiple times. Woot woot on the epilogue and the introduction of a certain crossover character the next book(who likes motorcycles and girls) from the Carolina Connections. Looking forward to that!

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Forgotten Promise Book two: The Forgotten Trilogy by Virginia Wine – Review by Chantelle Smith

Forgotten Promise (Forgotten #2)Forgotten Promise by Virginia Wine
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

After being totally hooked on Book 1, I couldn’t wait to dive into Book 2 – Forgotten Promise. This book was if I must say better than book 1 and I was not expecting that considering how brilliant book 1 was. This book was once filled with pure, real, raw emotions, that really drew you into the story and have you captivated from the very beginning.

This author has created another read with another incredible storyline. The characters are very real and have incredible chemistry, you can’t help but want to follow their journey all through the ups and downs, but also the twists and turns that come with this read.
I was constantly wondering what decision Bryer would pick, and whether her past would once again overtake her future. I absolutely loved this read, and I can’t wait to read more from this author!

Virginia Wine is most definitely becoming one of my go-to authors after these reads.

Reviewed By @tillytillzz
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New Jerk in Town: An Enemies-to-Lovers Romantic Comedy (Carolina Kisses Book 2) by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Lucy Berson

New Jerk in Town (Carolina Kisses, #2)New Jerk in Town by Sylvie Stewart
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

New Jerk in Town (Carolina Kisses #2) by Sylvie Stewart. I have read every single book by this author and I can honestly say that I have loved them all!!! This was the perfect enemy to lovers, second chance romance book. I absolutely loved the chemistry and history between Jill and Milo. Their back and forth antics were fantastic and I kept wanting more. I love the way Ms. Stewart’s words just flow and wrap you up and take you along for the amazing ride. I look forward to reading much more from her!!!

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