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Lost and Found Sisters by Jill Shalvis

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I adore everything by Jill Shalvis that I’ve read before, so when I learned there’s a new series she’s writing, I jumped at the chance of getting a copy.

I was not disappointed.


Quinn Weller, a chef in a fancy schmancy LA restaurant, lost her sister in a car crash a couple of years ago, and since then she’s been going through the motions of life but without really living it. When she’s approached one day by a man claiming she’s the heir of a woman who’s recently passed, she’s shocked to find out the sweet woman that chatted with her at the coffee house was her biological mother. Continue reading “Lost and Found Sisters by Jill Shalvis”

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SOMEHOW, SOME WAY by Jennifer Probst

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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.


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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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.


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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Two Timing by Audra North

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.  Continue reading “Two Timing by Audra North”