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Displaying items by tag: Jennifer Porter
Tuesday, 06 February 2018 19:25

Jennifer's January 2018 Reads

Monthly Totals:

Books Read: 43
Ebooks Read: 42

Paper Books Read: 1

Review Books Read: 17


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Wednesday, 31 January 2018 18:15

Review: Final Siege by Scarlett Cole

finalsiegeFinal Siege by Scarlett Cole (romantic suspense, St. Martins Swerve, January 2018)

Series: Love Over Duty, book 2


Former SEAL Malachai “Mac” MacCarrick is all about the future he’s created with his Navy brothers in Eagle Securities, taking assignments in the most dangerous places, and doing things no one but ex-military would attempt. But when an urgent phone call brings his troubled past—and the woman he once loved—into the present, it’s a chance to redeem himself that he can’t refuse.


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Monday, 01 January 2018 18:43

Jennifer's December 2017 Reads

Monthly Totals: 35
Ebooks Read: 35

Review Books Read: 11

Re-Reads: 1


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Monday, 01 January 2018 18:01

List of #1romancerec Books

I asked twitter peeps for their #1romancerec for books read in 2017 and got a great list of books. Breaking my own hashtag rules, I was fine (even excited) if people wanted to recommend more than one. Really, I just wanted to talk about great romance novels. So, here is that list in one place. Also, these aren’t all books. Some people recommended series and some just authors. I have put the books with multiple mentions at the top. Otherwise, there is no order.


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Monday, 18 December 2017 20:27

Review: Outside the Lines by Anna Zabo

OutsideTheLinesOutside the Lines by Anna Zabo (contemporary, LGTBQ, Riptide, December 2017)







Miniature artist Ian Meyers has one week to rebuild his damaged set. Needing help, he goes to End o’ Earth, the local comic and gaming shop. Owner Simon Derry pushes all of Ian’s buttons, and he also has steady hands and the skills Ian needs.


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Thursday, 14 December 2017 20:21

Review: Hold Me Harder by Renee Dominick

HoldMeHarderHold Me Harder by Renee Dominick (erotic, Entangled, December 2017)


PR exec Natalie Lindgren is all business…until it comes to dealing with her craving for sexual submission. Two years ago, she walked away from the lifestyle—and her Dom, Javier. Now she’s back at his luxury guest ranch, not as his sub, but as a member of her sister’s wedding party.

But Javier’s not her only problem. Her ex, Ryan—who she left because his ideas to kink up their sex life veered too closely to Natalie’s former lifestyle—is the best man.

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Wednesday, 06 December 2017 19:30

Jennifer's November 2017 Reads

Monthly Totals: 41
Ebooks Read: 39

Review Books Read: 5

DNF: 1


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Wednesday, 06 December 2017 19:17

Reviews for Books out Week of December 4, 2017

LoveOnTheTracksLove on the Tracks by Tamsen Parker (contemporary, Swerve, December 2017)

Love on the Tracks by Tamsen Parker is a contemporary romance, the first in the Snow and Ice Games series featuring a rock star hero and an athlete heroine (in luge) who fake a relationship for the media. But the feelings that these two have for each other are not in any way fake and what starts out as a stunt turns into the real deal. This is a fun, feel-good romance with a sexually-strong heroine who isn’t afraid to go after what she wants. One thing that stands out in this book is how Parker deals with the issue of sexual consent. These two actually talk before they get intimate and are explicit about their intentions to have sex together. Zane is very clear about needing permission - and Parker is able to make this point without it being pedantic or taking the reader out of the story.


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Friday, 10 November 2017 15:28

Review: Soft Limits by Brianna Hale

SoftLimitsSoft Limits by Brianna Hale (erotic, Carina, October 2017)

Frederic d’Estang: performer, professional villain and my youthful crush.

Graduate student Evie Bell spends her days ghostwriting memoirs and her nights playing out her most intimate sexual fantasies by penning fan fiction. When a famous stage actor bursts into her life, she’s drawn to his dark, sensual presence, despite herself.

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There were some fabulous historical romances released this past week - ones that made me so very happy to read. The first is Janna MacGregor’s The Bride Who Got Lucky (read my individual review here). But I enjoyed several others as well: Valerie Bowman’s The Right Kind of Rogue, Joanna Shupe’s A Daring Arrangement and Eloisa James’ Wilde in Love. All four are very different reads, but each have wonderful romances with fantastic characters that make these romances shine.

RightKindRogueValerie Bowman’s The Right Kind of Rogue, the 8th book in the Playful Brides series, is a story featuring a heroine (Meg Timmons) who has been in love with her best friend’s older brother (Hart, Viscount Highgate) for years. Hart finally decides that it is time to marry which forces Meg to try to get him to notice her. Meg enlists the aid of another friend (she doesn’t want her best friend to know) to help with the matter. With a new wardrobe and some pointers on shedding her wallflower status, Meg does indeed catch Hart’s attention. However, there is a long-standing and bitter feud between Meg and Hart’s parents, making a match nearly impossible. Yet, the feelings developing between these two are real and intense - and maybe a bit out of control.


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