How to Love Your Neighbor by Sophie Sullivan #bookreview #romcom @stmartinspress


Sophie Sullivan’s writing feels like a warm hug.” —Rachel Lynn Solomon, bestselling author of The Ex Talk

Most Anticipated for 2022 by: PopSugar * Buzzfeed * USA Today  

Enemies-to-lovers meets HGTV in this frothy, effervescent romantic comedy from Sophie Sullivan, author of Ten Rules for Faking It.

Interior Design School? Check. Cute house to fix up? Check.

Sexy, grumpy neighbor who is going to get in the way of your plans? Check. Unfortunately.

Grace Travis has it all figured out. In between finishing school and working a million odd jobs, she’ll get her degree and her dream job. Most importantly, she’ll have a place to belong, something her harsh mother could never make. When an opportunity to fix up—and live in—a little house on the beach comes along, Grace is all in. Until her biggest roadblock moves in next door.

Noah Jansen knows how to make a deal. As a real estate developer, he knows when he’s found something special. Something he could even call home. Provided he can expand by taking over the house next door–the house with the combative and beautiful woman living in it.

With the rules for being neighborly going out the window, Grace and Noah are in an all-out feud. But sometimes, your nemesis can show you that home is always where the heart is.


Grace has inherited her grandparents house on the beach. Being a design major, she is excited about the opportunity to fix the house up exactly as she wants. But, her new neighbor, Noah, has other ideas. He wants to buy this little beach house next door. Grace has no intention of selling!

Now, I was not a huge fan of Noah. I found him a bit overbearing and just plain rude at times. But, I know this is his design flaw! He does get better as the novel rolls along. And I definitely loved Grace. She is a go getter and she does not like to lose! So, these two have some pretty good bickering sessions. And…this leads to better things…onward and upward!

Need a cute fixer upper…THIS IS IT! Grab your copy today.

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Unchained: The Eddie Van Halen Story by Paul Brannigan #audiobook #audiblebook #biography @tantoraudio


Arriving in California as a young boy in the early 1960s, Edward Van Halen and his brother, Alex, were ripe for the coming musical revolution. The sons of a Dutch, saxophone-playing father, the brothers discovered The Beatles, Cream, and other icons as they bound together as musical partners, forming identities for themselves in their adopted home along the way.

From the moment their hugely influential 1978 debut landed, Van Halen set a high bar for the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle, creating an entirely new style of post-’60s hard rock and becoming the quintessential rock band of the 1980s. But the high-flying success was fraught with difficulty, as Eddie struggled with alcohol and drug addiction while simultaneously battling David Lee Roth over the musical direction of the band, eventually taking the band in an entirely new direction with Sammy Hagar and scaling new heights, before that iteration of Van Halen disintegrated.

Acclaimed biographer Paul Brannigan tackles the dramatic story with respect and affection for one of rock’s greatest musicians, pairing original interviews with meticulous research to bring the story of Eddie Van Halen completely up-to-date. Unchained: The Eddie Van Halen Story is a remarkable account of determination, genius, and single-minded commitment to the music.


Eddie Van Halen lead a unique life. He was a Dutch immigrant from a musical family. He and his brother created a unique sound from influences like the Beatles and Cream. Eddie also created some amazing guitar rifts and music. He was one of rock’s greatest musical talents.

Being an 80’s girl, I absolutely loved this! This brought back my past and many memories! The songs, the rockers and the history compiled in this biography is wonderful. There is so much I did not know about Eddie Van Halen. This book encompasses so much! He was such a huge talent and he lived a life full of addiction, success and strife.

The narrator, Mike Lenz did a superb job. He definitely hit the right tone!

Need a good biography about one talented individual…THIS IS IT! Grab your copy today!

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Discovery of the Five Senses by Kristene N. Smith #excerpt #bookspotlight

Discovery of the Five Senses

Book One – The Urban Boys Series

By Kristene N. Smith

Genre: YA Adventure, Thriller, Urban Fantasy


About the Book


Welcome or unwelcome. Fate has arrived.


A suspenseful incident in a forbidden preserve heightens the senses of five friends. Sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell become super-gifts that forever change the world. But furious battles confront the boys as they try to understand their sensory super powers in a race to save mankind. With light beings and mysterious strangers complicating their plight, will the boys be able to defeat the evil Druth before it’s too late? Get prepared for the twisting and grinding of this award-winning, action-adventure story — an edge-of-your-seat narrative for young and mature readers alike.


“A captivating and poetic tale of mystery, fantasy, and reality tied together by action!” 5-stars, Lars Jackson, Amazon Customer


About the Author

K.N. Smith, winner of the “Best of” in the category of “Outstanding Young Adult Novel” at the Jessie Redmon Fauset Book Awards, is an author, screenwriter, and passionate advocate of literacy and arts programs throughout the world. She inspires people of all ages to reach their highest potential in their creative, educational, and life pursuits. She lives in California with her family. Visit K.N. Smith at


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AS ONE WOULD IMAGINE, a mysterious forest might offer deep, eerie chills, especially at night.  Instead, the forest cast a rich glow, and the environment was beautiful and serene. 


Walking slowly with their eyes absolutely feasting on the horticultural delights, the boys were approached by  something they weren’t sure was real. It floated  effortlessly, lighting up in a sporadic pattern, but had  neither sound nor discernible shape, other than being  somewhat clear and round.  


Its fluttering wings suspended it in the center of their  disbelieving huddle. All eyes were on it, but what it was  provoked more mystery than the forest itself. It bounced  in a cheery, beckoning fashion, flashing its stunning  wings, drawing the boys into a never-ending waltz. They  were transfixed, unable to glance at each other,  prevented by the daze each silently battled.  


The little glowing being carried about, moving closer  to their faces. It moved in and out of trees, spewing sparkle and splendor, then floated away from the boys,  yet stayed close enough to continue the enticement.  Contributing to the amazing glow ricocheting from  sprawling fronds to soaring trees and fallen leaves, the  being’s creativity advanced in a display of twirls and  spins, astonishing the boys. And they followed their little  friend further and further into the forest.  


Deeper ahead, the visual spectacle beautifully  intertwined with the clicking noise, which grew louder  and more defined, moving up the scale into high notes.  The repetition of the noise mesmerized the boys,  equating to an invisible lasso.  

The friends grouped together, looking ahead and  behind. Their stomachs tightened as the tension grew.  What they saw next would pale in comparison to their  little, wondrous friend, who steadily bounced around  several curvy pathways.  


The small creature led them into an area deep within  the preserve housing two large, floating, clicking balls of  light. The boys instinctively covered their eyes, yet still  tried to peep through their fingers.  


The light balls began spinning wildly and grew louder,  with their tops spitting out free-falling shavings of light  like fireworks. 


The sputtering light bounced off the dirt only to end  up against a tree or one of the boys, then back down and  up again. 


Slowing down, the beings moved in between the  boys. Too scared to move and struggling with reality, the boys’ eyes locked onto the radiant balls.  


And with a striking force, the five friends were  encased by a bright, piercing light as the balls exploded,  emitting their energy onto the boys. 


Mixing and mashing north, south, east, and west,  bright waves covered the soil, spreading across trees,  rock, and all plant life. The forest fell silent, frozen like an  inhale without an exhale. It was dark and quiet, except  for the liquid energy dripping from the huge, wavy  leaves.  


Being subjected to drifts both in and out of reality, the  boys succumbed to the lure of a vacant black space  within the deepest parts of their minds. They fell to the  ground unconscious, laying in this forbidden domain in  the center of a place they had been warned not to  approach.  


And from some distance toward the other side of the  preserve, a draped shadow had been looking inward and saw this mysterious incident. 


The curve of his black hood was loose enough for him  to witness the unthinkable. But it also shrouded his  expression, which was impassive.  


This figure, a dark stranger, had been watching the  boys for a period of time and saw the explosion of light.  He knew it had exposed them to a grave risk in this place  of both awe and fear. He realized time would now take  the reins as a master guide for these stricken young men,  all of whom would need hope as a rod and stamina as a  spear on the long journey ahead.  


Knowing the veil of normalcy would need to be  maintained in order for this inconceivable episode to be  minimized, the Dark Stranger drew upon his strength to  physically move each of the boys to Rhee’s house.  


He knew familiar surroundings would ease them as  they roused, barely able to comprehend their  predicament.  


For he knew much, and every step, every footprint  left an indelible impression on the path leading to the  studio in Rhee’s backyard. Indeed, footprints providing a  window to the past meshed with hope for the future.  


And like a laser, the Dark Stranger steadied his gait,  hurling each one up and over his powerful shoulders.  As he absorbed the totality of the scene, he breathed  deeply. His head hung in a manner to which only trauma could relate. But in a sign of resilience it swiftly sprung  back.  


Under the circumstances, he knew time would not be  patient nor friendly. 


Welcome or unwelcome. 


Fate had arrived.

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Desolation Canyon by P. J. Canyon @minotaurbooks #smpinfluencers #bookreview


P.J. Tracy “seems to have found her literary sweet spot” (New York Times Book Review) with her dazzling new series, and in Desolation Canyon, fans get a deeper look into the complex characters who call Los Angeles home.

LAPD Detective Margaret Nolan is struggling to move forward after the death of her brother in Afghanistan and taking a life in the line of duty. Her stoic parents offer little support – they refuse to address anything difficult, and she’s afraid their relationship is eroding beyond the point of recovery.

The days off are the hardest, because they give Margaret time to think. A moment of weakness leads to cocktails with a colleague—an attraction she knows could be dangerous —at the luxurious Hotel Bel-Air bar. A stroll through the grounds leads to a grim discovery beneath the surface of Swan Lake: the body of a successful attorney who made his fortune in international trade.

It initially appears to be death by misadventure, but the case is anything but straightforward. As a series of shocking revelations emerge, Nolan finds herself confronting a sinister cabal that just might destroy her and everyone she loves.


LAPD Detective Margaret Nolan has some issues she needs to resolve. She has been struggling for a while. Her brother passed away overseas and she also shot someone in the line of duty. So, she has some unresolved issues that need to be addressed. But, when a prominent lawyer is discovered floating in water, it is presumed accidental. But, Margaret has a sense, a sixth sense or whatever, this is not what it looks like.

I enjoyed Margaret. She is smart and tough, even though she is damaged. I like flawed characters. They add so much to the story when they feel human to the reader. Then there is Sam Easton…another flawed character. These two pair up to discover what is actually happening in the desert…religious cult…or…well, read the book to find out!

This story is a bit slow in places and did not pull me in. I had big expectations though and that sometimes throws off the real aspects. It is a bit disjointed in places. But, a cult drama is always intriguing to me.

Need a novel set in the desert to warm you up this winter…THIS IS IT! Grab your copy today.

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The Ex Husband by Karen Hamilton @harlequinbooks #review #bookreview


It’s an offer she can’t refuse…and can’t escape.
True: Charlotte has an unsavory past. She married the wrong man, got caught up in his con artist games, took what wasn’t hers. She got out, though: divorced Sam, started fresh.
False: She left him before things went too far. Nothing bad happened.
True: Sam is missing, and before he disappeared, he left cryptic messages about someone threatening him—someone who has been threatening Charlotte, too.
True: She’s on the straight and narrow, has accepted a job as a personal assistant for an engagement party on board a private luxury cruise ship, the Cleobella.

False: No one on board knows about her past, and she’s far away from anyone who means her harm.
As the Cleobella sails through its glittering destinations—the Bahamas, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago—increasingly sinister events haunt the guests, and the turquoise waves and sun- drenched beaches give way to something darker. Someone knows what Charlotte did. Is it the blushing bride? The seemingly placid mother-in-law? Or the mysterious heiress?
Someone knows, and someone wants revenge—before the ship reaches its final port.


Charlotte and Sam are con artists. They seem like the perfect couple. They travel on cruise ships and pretend all is great in their world. All the while, they are stealing everything they can get their hands on. Then Sam double crosses Charlotte. So, Charlotte does all she can do. She turns her life around and takes up a legit job. Sam is out of her life and she is on the straight and narrow. Until…Sam starts to send her ominous texts. Her life is no longer what she wants it to be…

This is a book which, if I put it down, I did not care if I picked it back up. It is not a story which kept me wanting more. But, I feel like if I had been able to read it in one sitting, I would have made more of a connection to the characters. It was just a slow go for me. I did enjoy all the destinations. And there are quite a few twists and turns. So, read it and form your own opinion.

Need a quick getaway…THIS IS IT! Grab your copy today.

I received this novel from the publisher for a honest review.

Author Bio:

Karen Hamilton spent her childhood in Angola, Zimbabwe, Belgium and Italy and worked as a flight attendant for many years. She has now put down roots in the UK to raise her three children with her husband and she also writes full time. Her books include The Perfect Girlfriend, The Last Wife, and The Ex-Husband, out January 2022

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The Brass Queen by Elizabeth Chatsworth #audiblebook #audiobookreview @suzyapbooktours @Echatsworth

Audio Book Release Date: December 1, 2021

About The Book: 

Constance Haltwhistle has three days to save her ancestral estate.

Constance is the last in a line of blue-blooded rogues in 1897 Yorkshire. Selling illegal firearms under her alias the “Brass Queen,” she has kept the coffers full. Due to an archaic law, however, she will lose everything unless she does the detestable…find a noble husband.

Torn between high society and the underworld, Constance throws herself a lavish coming-out ball to attract a suitable spouse.

Enter the thoroughly unsuitable and utterly frustrating US spy, J.F. Trusdale.

Tall, dark, and almost handsome, Trusdale is shadowing an imperial scientist who has developed an invisibility serum that could change the spy game forever.

She knows a liar when she sees one. He knows a fraud when he meets one.


Constance must find a husband or she is going to lose all her inheritance. Such a stupid law! She has been selling illegal firearms to stay afloat. so, she does what she has to do. She throws herself a lavish party in hope of meeting a new husband. Instead, she meets US spy scientist, J.F. Trusdale. Constance may have met her match…in more ways than one.

Well, this was not at all what I was expecting. It is a steampunk romance. I do not think I have ever read one of those. As a matter of fact…I avoid them at all costs. But to tell you the truth, this was just plain cute!

Constance is a hoot! She is tough and just a bit strange. Add in the American scientist, Trusdale, and their antics will have you laughing one minute and rolling your eyes the next!

Need a strange romance with a kick…This is it! Grab your copy today.

I received this novel from the publisher for a honest review.

About The Author: 

ELIZABETH CHATSWORTH is a British author and actor based in Connecticut. She loves to write of rogues, rebels, and renegades across time and space. Elizabeth is a Writers Of The Future winner, a Golden Heart finalist, a Pitch Wars alumna, and a member of the SFWA. She’s the author of The Brass Queen (January 2021), an award-winning fantasy set in an alternate Victorian age. When she’s not writing, Elizabeth works as a voice-over actor. There’s a rumor she possesses the world’s best scone recipe. Contact her at to see if it’s true.

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Book Blurbs:

“Chatsworth debuts with a fun, frothy blend of fantasy and romance . . . Fans of humorous fantasy and headstrong heroines will be delighted.” –Publishers Weekly

“An intriguing alternate world, filled with sharply amusing dialog and lively characters. VERDICT A delightful gaslamp fantasy that will please readers of Gail Carriger and Kate Locke.”–Library Journal

“With a satisfying bite, this steampunk venture includes an insightful twist on the British Empire, making frequent nods to Queen Victoria’s bloodthirstiness and the era’s inequitable treatment of women. Best of all, Constance stays center stage: a feisty, lovable heroine who is capable of rescuing herself, thank you very much.”–Foreward Reviews

“Chatsworth builds an intriguing alternate world, filled with sharply amusing dialog and lively characters. VERDICT A delightful gaslamp fantasy that will please readers of Gail Carriger and Kate Locke.”–Library Journal

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Must Love Books by Shauna Robinson @sourcebooks #bookreview #romance


A heartfelt and exciting debut…a wise and honest story of how it feels to be a young woman in search of yourself.”—Taylor Jenkins Reid, New York Times bestselling author of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and Malibu Rising

The Bookish Life of Nina Hill meets Younger in a heartfelt debut following a young woman who discovers she’ll have to ditch the “dream job” and write her own story to find her happy ending.

Meet Nora Hughes—the overworked, underpaid, last bookish assistant standing. At least for now.

When Nora landed an editorial assistant position at Parsons Press, it was her first step towards The Dream Job. Because, honestly, is there anything dreamier than making books for a living? But after five years of lunch orders, finicky authors, and per my last emails, Nora has come to one grand conclusion: Dream Jobs do not exist.

With her life spiraling and the Parsons staff sinking, Nora gets hit with even worse news. Parsons is cutting her already unlivable salary. Unable to afford her rent and without even the novels she once loved as a comfort, Nora decides to moonlight for a rival publisher to make ends meet…and maybe poach some Parsons’ authors along the way.

But when Andrew Santos, a bestselling Parsons author no one can afford to lose is thrown into the mix, Nora has to decide where her loyalties lie. Her new Dream Job, ever-optimistic Andrew, or…herself and her future.


Nora is struggling to succeed in the world of publishing. She just can’t seem to get the job she dreams of. When her company down sizes, she decides to take matters in her own hands. She moonlights for a competing publishing company. Throw in a handsome author with a decision to make into the pot…and Nora has a world of trouble.

This story drags in places. I had such high hopes for this book. I wanted more book references and basically more interaction between Nora and Andrew. Both are good characters and have a connection, even if I wanted to pinch Nora’s head off most of the time. The story is mostly about Nora’s job and her inability to make ends meet. But, have no fear…it all comes together in the end. It definitely ended on a great note!

Need a wonderful, feel good novel with a happy ending! THIS IS IT! Grab your copy today!

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Patricia Neal, An Unquiet Life by Stephen Michael Shearer #audible #audiobook #biography @tantoraudio


The internationally acclaimed actress Patricia Neal (1926-2010) was a star on stage, film, and television for more than 60 years. She is perhaps best known for her portrayal of Alma Brown in Hud, which earned her the 1963 Academy Award for Best Actress.

But there was much more to Neal’s life. She was born in Packard, Kentucky, though she spent most of her childhood in Knoxville, Tennessee. In 1953, Neal wed famed children’s author Roald Dahl, a match that would bring her five children and 30 years of dramatic ups and downs. At the pinnacle of her screen career, Neal suffered a series of strokes which left her in a coma for 21 days, and Variety even ran a headline erroneously stating that she had died. She appeared in several television movie roles in the 1970s and 1980s and won a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Dramatic TV Movie in 1971 for The Homecoming.

Patricia Neal: An Unquiet Life is the first critical biography detailing the actress’s impressive film career and remarkable personal life. Author Stephen Michael Shearer conducted numerous interviews with Neal, her professional colleagues, and her intimate friends and was given access to the actress’s personal papers. The result is an honest and comprehensive portrait of an accomplished woman who lived her life with determination and bravado.


Patricia Neal was an acclaimed actress with a Golden Globe and an Academy Award under her belt. She was married to the famous author, Roald Dahl. She had several dramatic ups and downs in her life but she still managed to do some amazing accomplishments..

I had never heard of Patricia Neal…I know…GASP! I have probably seen a good bit of her work and just did not realize who she was. I love her tenacity and her intelligence. It is hard to believe all of her life changes. Her life was definitely a challenge. She was full of strength and fortitude!

The only thing holding me back from giving this 5 stars is all of the descriptions of every show, movie, play Patricia was ever in. In my opinion, and it is only my opinion, this could have been left out and just hit the high spots or just give a synopsis of the ones that she won awards for. This made the biography a bit long and tedious in places.

The narrator, Christa Lewis is excellent! I am on the lookout for more books read by her!

Need a good, old Hollywood biography…THIS IS IT! Grab your copy today.

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The Last House on the Street by Diane Chamberlain #5starread #bookreview #fiction @D_Chamberlain @stmartinspress


A community’s past sins rise to the surface in New York Timesbestselling author Diane Chamberlain’s The Last House on the Street when two women, a generation apart, find themselves bound by tragedy and an unsolved, decades-old mystery.


Growing up in the well-to-do town of Round Hill, North Carolina, Ellie Hockley was raised to be a certain type of proper Southern lady. Enrolled in college and all but engaged to a bank manager, Ellie isn’t as committed to her expected future as her family believes. She’s chosen to spend her summer break as a volunteer helping to register black voters. But as Ellie follows her ideals fighting for the civil rights of the marginalized, her scandalized parents scorn her efforts, and her neighbors reveal their prejudices. And when she loses her heart to a fellow volunteer, Ellie discovers the frightening true nature of the people living in Round Hill.  


Architect Kayla Carter and her husband designed a beautiful house for themselves in Round Hill’s new development, Shadow Ridge Estates. It was supposed to be a home where they could raise their three-year-old daughter and grow old together. Instead, it’s the place where Kayla’s husband died in an accident—a fact known to a mysterious woman who warns Kayla against moving in. The woods and lake behind the property are reputed to be haunted, and the new home has been targeted by vandals leaving threatening notes. And Kayla’s neighbor Ellie Hockley is harboring long buried secrets about the dark history of the land where her house was built. 

Two women. Two stories. Both on a collision course with the truth–no matter what that truth may bring to light–in Diane Chamberlain’s riveting, powerful novel about the search for justice.


Kayla and her husband have built their dream home. It is where they plan to spend the rest of their lives and raise a family, until her husband has a fatal accident in the home. Kayla is left floundering. Can she move in, can she continue on. Then she has a strange visitor. A mysterious woman shows up at her place of work. She basically threatens Kayla and her daughter to stay away from her new home.

This novel is set in two separate time lines, 1965 and present day. I enjoyed the present day more than 1965…that is…until the end. It all comes together with a big gasp or two or three!

This story is complicated and emotional. The tension in both timelines will have you absorbed completely into this haunting tale. The mystery and the buried secrets will have you engrossed until the very end. And to tell you the truth…this story will stay with you for a while. I went into a reading slump after this!

Well, Diane Chamberlain has done it again! Need a dang good read…THIS IS IT! Grab your copy today!

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The Family You Make by Jill Shalvis @harperbooks #5starread #fiction


Fall in love with Jill Shalvis! She’s my go-to read for humor and heart.”— Susan Mallery, New York Times bestselling author

Beloved New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis begins a new series—Sunrise Cove—set near beautiful Lake Tahoe, with a heartwarming story of found family and love.

During the snowstorm of the century Levi Cutler is stranded on a ski lift with a beautiful stranger named Jane. After strong winds hurl the gondola in front of them into the ground, Levi calls his parents to prepare them for the worst…but can’t bring himself to say goodbye. Instead, wanting to fulfill his mother’s lifelong wish, he impulsively tells her he’s happily settled and Jane is his girlfriend—right before his phone dies.

But Levi and Jane do not.

Now Levi’s family is desperate to meet “The One.” Though Jane agrees to be his pretend girlfriend for just one dinner, she’s nervous. After a traumatic childhood, Jane isn’t sure she knows how to be around a tight-knit family that cherishes one another. She’s terrified, and a little jealous. But an unexpected series of events and a host of new friends soon show Jane that perhaps this is the life she was always meant to have.

As Jane and Levi spend more time together, pretend feelings quickly turn into real ones. Now all Jane has to do is admit to herself she can’t live without the man she’s fallen in love with and the family she has always dreamed of.


Jane is a travel nurse. She is currently working at a ski resort. She is leaving work one day when a storm comes up and traps her and one other person, Levi, in the gondola. This is quite a dangerous situation. So, due to the dire circumstances, Levi ends up lying to his mother. He tells her he found “the one”. Since these two survive this horror in the gondola…It looks like Jane now has to pretend for Levi’s family.

I loved both of these characters, Jane and Levi. And I especially loved how they met. The gondola scene is one of my favorites out of the whole book. It just set the tone for their whole relationship.

If you follow my reviews at all, you know I love Jill Shalvis. She has quickly become one of my favorite rom com authors. This book is an excellent example of this genre with snarky comments and fantastic characters with super chemistry.

Need a wonderful romance which will have you laughing and grinning and just plain enjoying yourself….THIS IS IT! Grab your copy today!

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