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SOMEHOW, SOME WAY by Jennifer Probst

Probst SHSW now available

I always enjoy Jennifer Probst’s books. She somehow manages a great balance of real and story book perfect.

Somehow, Some Way, a novella part of the Billionaire Builders series, that’s showing beautifully how expectations can blow right out the window when the right person comes along.

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Brady and Charlie hating each other (supposedly) at the beginning makes them ending up working side by side on flipping Charlie’s house all the more hilarious as their banter leads them to like each other more and more with every passing day. Continue reading “SOMEHOW, SOME WAY by Jennifer Probst”

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Nanny with Benefits by London Hale

Smut alert. And it’s wonderful. And swoony. And passionate. And just read it for yourself.

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So… if you’re reading these in order, you remember there’s a sweet nanny who’s frequenting Sin, the sex shop in Temperance Falls. Bailey, said nanny, is in love with her boss, Josh Hutton (Dr. Joshua Hutton), for almost the entire time she’s been working for him.  Continue reading “Nanny with Benefits by London Hale”

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The Nanny Arrangement by Rachel Harris

I haven’t read a Rachel Harris book in a while and for the life of me, I can’t figure out why. But when I received the chance for an ARC of The Nanny Arrangement, I jumped at it. And I was not disappointed.

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It’s incredible how even with adult contemporary romance, you don’t really need the explicit love scenes to be touched to your very core by a love story. Continue reading “The Nanny Arrangement by Rachel Harris”

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The DILF by London Hale

The filth in Daddy’s Best Friend has nothing on The DILF. Yup. I’ve said it. The filth has gotten filthier!

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(sorry, I had to post this once I found it. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA)

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Genesis, covering up for Evie during her graduation party, ended up bringing her closer to Brandon, Evie’s dad. And hottie DILF, as it turns out. Now that Gen is dealing with her mom’s healthy situation after having been in a car crash, Brandon finds himself by her side and unable to leave her. Continue reading “The DILF by London Hale”