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.
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.Read More »
I remember I’ve enjoyed the first title in this series, so before reading this one, I went back to my review of Giving It Up. And then I remembered why I enjoyed it.
Having said that, it’s vastly different than book one.
I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review
Derek Brewer, a detective working with Warren Davis (from Giving It Up), is standing in for his recovering addict brother at his new job, a janitorial position with a firm hiring him. He’s mad as hell at his brother for being the bad twin thus forcing Derek to be the good twin most of their lives, but at the same time, he’ll do anything he can to help him. Especially now that Alden has 3-year-old daughter to care for. And Derek will do anything for his niece. Read More »
After book one Her Halloween Treat, I got Reisz‘s contemporary style. And I love it. And when I sat down to read Her Naughty Holiday, I found myself immersed in this romance a lot more.
“Yes, I want to touch you very much. Can I, please?”
“That’s the politest way any woman has ever asked to rub my cock in my life. Your manners are impeccable, Ms. Greene.”
“My parents raised a lady.”
“Does that mean you’ll stick your pinky out while you’re stroking me off?”
And this kind of banter is strewn throughout pretty much each and every dialogue in the book. I found myself giggling at 3:30am, 4:20am and through the very end of the book.
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From the author of Two of Hearts comes a standalone adult romance about finding love where you least expect it.
I knew it. I just knew Christina Lee is planning something for Alex Flores. It was a matter of time. Read More »