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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Virtual Blog Tour, Spotlight & Giveaway ~ As La Vista Turns by Kris Ripper

Hi, I'm Kris and welcome to the blog tour for As La Vista Turns, book five in my awesome queer soap opera! Enjoy the blog tour!

About As La Vista Turns

Zane Jaffe has almost lost track of what conception cycle she’s in. (That’s a lie: this is cycle thirteen.) She’s fake-dating her pal Mildred to get her best friend off her back, but judging by how hot it was when they accidentally kissed, her feelings might be somewhat less platonic than she’d thought.

And she’s decided that healing the fractured local queer community can only be accomplished through a party. Or maybe it’s actually a wake. Whatever it is, it’ll take place at Club Fred’s, and there will be alcohol.

Trying to conceive is an unholy rollercoaster of emotions, and Mildred won’t let them kiss again until Zane figures out how she feels. Between the wake (exhausting as hell, and that’s just the fun stuff), the constant up-down cycle of trying to get pregnant, and saving the world in the meantime, Zane has no idea. Fall in love with Mildred isn’t on her list, but maybe it’s time to let go of that rigid future she’s been working toward, and instead embrace the accidents that can lead to something better.

As La Vista Turns is available from Riptide Publishing.

About Kris Ripper

Kris Ripper lives in the great state of California and hails from the San Francisco Bay Area. Kris shares a converted garage with a toddler, can do two pull-ups in a row, and can write backwards. (No, really.) Kris is genderqueer and prefers the z-based pronouns because they’re freaking sweet. Ze has been writing fiction since ze learned how to write, and boring zir stuffed animals with stories long before that.

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To celebrate the release of As La Vista Turns, one lucky winner will receive an ebook of their choice from Kris’s backlist! Leave a comment with your contact info to enter the contest. Entries close at midnight, Eastern time, on March 4, 2017. Contest is NOT restricted to U.S. entries. Thanks for following the tour, and don’t forget to leave your contact info!

Monday, February 27, 2017

Anniversary Review Tour ~ Foxes by Suki Fleet

Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK | Dreamspinner

2016 Rainbow Award Winner - Best Gay Young Adult


When Dashiel’s body is found dumped on an East London wasteland, his best friend Danny sets out to find the killer. But Danny finds interaction difficult and must keep his world small in order to survive. By day he lives in an abandoned swimming pool and fixes electrical devices to trade for supplies, but by night, alone, he hunts sharks—a reckless search for dangerous men who prey on the vulnerable.

A chance meeting with an American boy selling himself on the streets throws this lonely existence into disarray. Micky is troubled, fragile, and Danny feels a desperate need to protect him—from what, he doesn't know. As Danny discovers more about Micky, he realizes that what Micky needs saving from is the one thing Danny can't help him fight against.

To save Micky, Danny must risk expanding his world and face something that scares him more than any shark ever could: trusting he will be accepted for who he is. If a freezing winter on the streets, a sadistic doctor, and three thousand miles don’t tear them apart first, that is.

February 10 - Back Porch Reader
February 27 - Lily G Blunt, MM Book Escape, We Three Queens, Mikku-chan

Thank gods for my de-puffing eye serum, because my heart just got kicked in the ass and I'm going to look like shyt Tomorrow! 

Suki has been ony author watch list forever. I own many-a-fleet books, but I haven't had the chance to read them yet. When the opportunity came-knocking to do an anniversary tour for Foxes I was like "aww suki-suki, let's do it!!" ((pun totally intended)) 

I'm glad I did. Meeting Danny/Loki is kind of life changing. I think he's my new favorite "person". 
Danny is homeless and his best friend is a rent boy who sees beyond the "slow kid" who likes to fix things and scarring on his face. Dashiel saw his heart and the fact he smells of flowers and couldn't hate a soul. When Dashiel goes missing and his body shows up in the wastelands, Danny makes it his mission to find his killer. 

While out and about taking notes in his pad, he gets called over by one of Dashiel's friends, one of the guys who loves picking on Danny. This time it's to offer him a job helping fix something for a friend. This friend changes Danny's life. We meet Micky, transplant rent boy from the US. To Danny he sparkles like no one has ever sparkled before. Only it's not easy for Danny to talk, trust, or love openly. The chemistry between them is a slow burn, but no less intense. It's such an incredible journey to watch. The "realness" of this book is magnificent and the way it's written just feels so intense. I can't really explain the style it's written in, but it feels deep and raw and captivating and I loved every second of it, even the painful seconds. 

Danny and Micky become closer and Micky even helps Danny go "shark hunting". Danny even finds Micky in a horrible way, a few times, and it just hurts your heart. But it's Danny that keeps it going, you just seriously cannot NOT love him. Things look shitty, but he works through them. He's so brave and he doesn't even know it, and that is why he's so endearing. The fact that he couldn't even hate Dashiel's "killer", which in turn makes him want to change, says even more about Danny. I just want to squeeze him, but I don't think he'd like that! 

I even loved how realistic Micky's ailment was, even at the end. He didn't just magically "get over it" in the end, no. He struggles to fight his internal sharks, and will continue for a long time. They end on a high note, bit with a long way to go. It couldn't have ended better. 

I give this 4.5 "what is normal" stars!!

Author Bio

Award Winning Author. Prolific Reader (though less prolific than she'd like). Lover of angst, romance and unexpected love stories.

Suki Fleet writes lyrical stories about memorable characters, and believes everyone should have a chance at a happy ending.

Her first novel This is Not a Love Story won Best Gay Debut in the 2014 Rainbow Awards, and was a finalist in the 2015 Lambda Awards.


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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Review Tour & Giveaway ~ Imago by N.R. Walker

Length: 45,000 words


Nerdy, introverted genius lepidopterist, Lawson Gale, is an expert on butterflies. He finds himself in a small town in Tasmania on a quest from an old professor to find an elusive species that may or may not even exist.

Local Parks and Wildlife officer, Jack Brighton, is an ordinary guy who loves his life in the sleepy town of Scottsdale. Along with his Border collie dog, Rosemary, his job, and good friends, he has enough to keep from being lonely.

But then he meets Lawson, and he knows he’s met someone special. There’s more to catching butterflies, Jack realises. Sometimes the most elusive creatures wear bowties, and sometimes they can’t be caught at all.

Lawson soon learns there are butterflies he can’t learn about it in books. They exist only in a touch, in a kiss, in a smile. He just has to let go first, so these butterflies can fly.

Imago is the story of finding love, bowties, and butterflies.

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I was actually a little nervous going into this book., having already read an elusive butterfly story. Then I get an email about a blog post that NR had asked Julie to read her book because she had no idea something of the sort was already written. Julie assured her they were nothing alike. I will second what Julie says. I've had the pleasure of listening to Butterfly Hunter by Julie Bozza and it was an incredible story, with a hint of "magic", Nicholas and Dave ARE gorgeous. From the first paragraph in Imago, I just knew they were going to be different and I was so excited to continue on.

I absolutely DEVOURED this book. I have a "thing" for nerds and Lawson Gale ticked all those boxes, bowtie and suspenders and all. I loved the fact that yeah, he may blush a lot, he did not hold back. What he thought, he said. He didn't let his "superiors" walk all over him, and he has an affinity to helpless creatures. Oh, and he has a dirty mouth when he's turned on, but doesn't like to admit it. What's NOT to love?

Jack Brighton is nothing to scoff at either. First impressions can make or break a relationship, but in this case it's not entirely true. Jack is also more than what he seems. Where Lawson sees a very tall and wide shouldered bulk of a man, Jack also has brains, bit more importantly the big heart, and super adorable dog, Rosemary, to go with it all.

I adored their little "perfect" date nights. How he would try to top them each time. The fact that he had Luke, his BFFs 4 y.o. son, be their chef for one night was totally awe-inspiring. You will definitely be a puddle on the floor with this book. It is beautifully written, it's never boring and it's full of incredible characters and plot. So get your tea and toast ready, cuz you're going to be stuck in this book for a few hours.


I have a thing for nerds, and Lawson was the perfect nerd for me. The bowties, suspenders, the proper English. All of it...just perfect!! Lawson is a butterfly expert on the hunt for a butterfly that has only been seen once over fifty years ago. On his flight to Melbourne to Launceston he is seated across a man that he thinks has made fun of him. Once they land, after a bump in on the flight Lawson makes his way to the car rental desk where there has been a mix up with his rental. Along comes Jack, the other man on the flight, who overhears the car conversation and offers to give Lawson a ride.
Jack is totally taken by Lawson, the way he looks, the way he speaks and of course by the bowtie. While dropping Lawson off at his appointment, he realizes that he has left his luggage in his ute and decides to wait for Lawson to return it. When Lawson is done in his meeting, he is surprised to see the man waiting for him. And even more surprised when Jack asks him out on  a date.
Jack sets up the perfect date, with help from his BFF. And this begins the series of perfect dates and super sweet butterfly kisses from Jack.  These two are totally adorable together. And the sexy time that these two share are beyond hot. I love how Lawson isn't afraid to ask for exactly what he wants and boy does he get it.
It seems like it's been a long time since a book has totally taken me over like this one did. I really liked that there wasn't really any angst, I’m not one for a lot of
I also liked the fact that N.R. reached out to Julie Bozza to ask that she read the book to make sure there were no similarities between Imago and Butterfly Hunter which I have now added to my  I really hope that we get more of Lawson and Jack somehow. They have quickly become one of my favorite couples.

I give this book 5 Butterfly Kisses!!!

Author Bio

N.R. Walker is an Australian author, who loves her genre of gay romance. She loves writing and spends far too much time doing it, but wouldn't have it any other way.

She is many things; a mother, a wife, a sister, a writer. She has pretty, pretty boys who she gives them life with words.

She likes it when they do dirty, dirty things...but likes it even more when they fall in love. She used to think having people in her head talking to her was weird, until one day she happened across other writers who told her it was normal.

She’s been writing ever since...

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Monday, February 20, 2017

Blog Tour & Giveaway ~ Jared's Family by V.S. Morgan

Title: Jared’s Family
Series: Sequel to The Gift and Sam’s Temptation (can be read as a standalone)
Author: V.S. Morgan 
Genre: m/m, Interracial, Contemporary, Western 
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Cover Designer: Tibbs Design

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“I would definitely read more from this author and recommend it to anyone who likes M/M with kids. Super sweet, lovable D will win your heart as much as the lead men will.” - HappilyEverChapter “Jared's Family is a really cute sweet book. I loved the characters, even the supporting characters brought light to the book.” - Goodreads Review “I liked this book, like really liked it. It is a sweet sweet m/m romance novel with a wonderful HEA. Thank you V.S. Morgan!! 5 Stars because: " Love conquers all.” - Goodreads Review

After witnessing his mother’s death, a once outgoing preschooler is now a quiet shadow of himself. The little boy suffers nightmares and rarely speaks, choosing to use the basic sign language he learned in daycare. Desperate to help his little nephew, Virge Stevens takes a leave of absence from the LAPD to bring Donovan, known as D to Montana for the therapy he needs.

A chance meeting at the library changes Virge and his nephew’s lives forever.
Jared Malone is one of five brothers, right smack damn in the middle. He is the peacemaker and the one who gets shit done. When his younger brother gets sick, Jared fills in reading to small children at the library. There he encounters a tall, dark, and handsome stranger and his cute little boy. Jared is immediately drawn to Virge but is still dealing with the betrayal of an abusive ex.
As the Malone family welcomes them to the ranch and into their lives, Virge’s instant attraction for Jared grows, but the cowboy is fifteen years younger than him. Will he be rejected?
Both men have secrets. Secrets that could destroy the connection between them. Can they overcome the odds and find happiness together?

Another blond cowboy stood in the middle, working with a horse. He had a long rope around its neck, guiding it around the ring at a quick clip. The shirtless cowboy spoke in a firm yet quiet tone. Virge nearly choked on his tongue, eyeing the golden skin and muscles on display. This was their cowboy.
The man whistled, and the horse stopped. He rubbed its shoulder, his back to them, as they reached the ring’s split-rail fence.

“Daddy!” D shrieked, and the horse whinnied and shied, bumping into the man as it swung around.

“Whoa, easy, Spike,” the cowboy soothed.

Virge struggled to prevent his nephew from launching out of his arms while the cowboy calmed the large, skittish animal. He’d never been near a horse and was struck by its size and power, which the other man skillfully controlled. As the cowboy turned, Virge saw a tattoo on his chest. A redwing blackbird with a rainbow-hued ribbon dangling from its beak. His heart beat a little faster seeing the colorful ink. Could he be gay? The cowboy handed the rope to a dark-haired man before pulling on a T-shirt that stretched tight over those muscles. He suppressed a disappointed sigh.

Nate chuckled. “You’ve got some explaining to do, bro.”

“Hi, I’m Jared. I remember you from the library.” He approached with a rolling gait Virge found extremely sexy and offered his hand after wiping it against his denim-clad thigh. Damn, he was built all over and tall, just an inch or two shorter than his own height.

Virge shook his hand, hyperaware of the firm grasp of warm, work-hardened skin. “I’m Virge, and this is Donovan. He goes by D.”
“Glad you could make it out—”

“Why did he call Jared daddy?” Nate interrupted.

“He calls all men daddy and women mommy. If he especially likes someone, he adds their first names. D doesn’t talk much, so he must like Jared.” What about this cowboy had inspired his nephew to talk?

After the tragic death of his sister, LAPD detective and author, Virge is now the guardian of his nephew D. D suffers from selective mutisum, to get him the best help available, Virge finds a wonderful therapist in Montana. He takes a leave of absence and he and D move so he can have the best treatment possible.  Upon the suggestion of the therapist, he takes D to the local library where a very attractive cowboy is reading to the kids. D is instantly taken by the cowboy which surprises Virgie.
Jared is doing his brother a favor by filling in for him at reading time at the local library. He notices a very handsome man with a little boy sitting on his lap. He had no idea the impact he had on the boy, and also the man.
Virgie tells the therapist about the library experience and she suggests that they go to the cowboys ranch, when they get there he is surprised that the cowboy they are looking for isnt the same one that was at the library. Jared comes around and D is overly excited to see him again, and honestly so is Virge. I loved how Jared's family opened not only their homes but also their hearts to Virge and D. I fell in love with all of them!

Of course it takes a little for Virge and Jared to get together, and once they do it is HOT!!! I never really noticed the interracial aspect of the couple and I did like how that was not made into a big deal.
Jared’s past comes back to haunt them, and with it digs up Virge’s secret as well. Once that was all over they were finally able to get their HEA.
I really enjoyed this book. However there were times that i felt like the flow was a bit off. I know that there are two other books in this series but I didnt feel lost at all in that respect, it seems as if each book is based off a member of Jared’s family and can be read as a stand alone. There was some information given on one of Jared’s brothers that makes me believe that he will be the next book.

I give this book 3.5 sweet stars.

V.S. Morgan has lived all over the US but calls Minnesota her home now. Her family includes her hubby, teen son, and a menagerie of pets.
She's been writing stories since she could hold a pencil and dreams of happily-ever-afters - even for two hot men - because love knows no boundaries. V.S. writes IRMC contemporary, paranormal, and suspense m/m and m/f with heart. 
V.S. is a GLBT ally and a lifetime contributor of The Trevor Project.


Thursday, February 16, 2017

Virtual Blog Tour, Spotlight & Giveaway ~ Half by Eli Lang

About Half

Living between worlds has never been comfortable, but it’s where I’ve always fit: between human and fey, illness and health, magic and reality.

I’ve spent the last six years looking for a cure for the nameless sickness eating me up. If I believed there was one out there, I would keep searching. But there isn’t, so I’ve come back home, where my past and present tangle. Come home to live . . . and to die.

But my father insists I meet Kin. He’s a healer, and determined to help, even though I’m not so hopeful anymore. But Kin isn’t what I expected, in any way. He sees me, not my illness. He reminds me of what it’s like to be alive. And I can’t help falling for him, even though I know it isn’t fair to either of us.

Kin thinks he has the cure I’ve been looking for, but it’s a cure that will change everything: me, my life, my heart. If I refuse, I could lose Kin. But if I take it, I might lose myself.

In this scene, Luca, the main character, has bumped into Kin, a man he met a few days ago and hoped to see again, but was nervous about contacting.  Luca’s sister has engineered a second meeting between the two of them, but now that Luca’s found Kin, at a dance club, he’s not sure what to do.


“Come dance.”

I hesitated, unsure now that I realized how out of place I was there.

He lifted his hand to me. “Come on.”

“Why didn’t you come see me?” I bit my lip. I didn’t like sounding needy, but I wanted to know.

He let his hand drop. He frowned, the expression small and tight, but he didn’t let his eyes move from mine. “I was nervous.”

“Why?” I noticed that there was a scrap of something sheer attached to his wrist, running down his arm. It caught the lights and shimmered when he moved his hand. A fin. It was a small fin. I could see the fine bones that lined it, like the bones in a bat wing.

He shrugged, a casual gesture, but it was almost uncomfortable, embarrassed. “I didn’t know if you wanted to see me again. I don’t tell you anything good.”

“I do. Want to see you.” Awkward, everything about this moment, everything I was saying. But it didn’t seem to matter. It seemed, instead, like he was as nervous, as unsure, as I was. Afraid that I would tell him there wasn’t anything between us. It made me want to say true things, instead of flirting or playing around like I might have with anyone else. It made me want to reach for him, show him I meant it when I said I wanted him near me.

He held my eyes for another second, and I saw that his were green, deep in color, shimmery, like diving underwater and looking up, past the surface, to see the trees above. He offered his hand to me again.

I took it. His fingers wrapped around mine. It was another reminder that he was fey—he was thin but strong like a willow branch, and his fingers could circle my palm, they were that long. He pulled me deeper into the club. People moved out of his way. They didn’t even seem to notice him slipping past, but they stepped aside, and I followed. We reached a spot in the middle, and he turned to me. Our bodies were pressed close by the people around us. The music made me sway. Kin raised his hands over his head, wrists straight, fingers loose. Scales, moss green and chocolate, curved around his arms like bracelets. He tilted his head back and smiled. He was as free as he had been that first time I’d seen him, as glorious and at home, as if he didn’t care what anyone thought of him in that moment, or maybe didn’t even realize that anyone was watching. Anyone but me.

His body twisted as he danced. One hand came down and rested on my hip. His touch was almost hesitant, his fingers on me light. I moved in to him, pressing against the heat of his palm, and his grip tightened, holding me to him. I was dancing with him. I couldn’t stop. He was so comfortable, and I wanted to be in that space with him. He opened his eyes and smiled wide, and it was directed at me this time, not at the place and the atmosphere. All for me. His fingers tucked themselves into my belt loop.

“You’re not like my sister.” He wasn’t like anyone. He didn’t behave like the fey I knew. He didn’t act like them or speak in circles like them or pretend to be genuine when he was really telling a crooked lie that could be interpreted as the truth.

Kin just shook his head. I didn’t know how he’d heard me over the music and the laughter and shouts around us, but I knew he had. He pulled me closer, which seemed impossible. We danced together, and we danced with the people around us. I could feel his body all along mine, the flat planes of his stomach, the points of his hips, the bump of his knee against my leg. He stared down at me, his body still moving effortlessly to the music. He didn’t look at me like I was all he could see. It would have been impossible, wrong in a way, to deny everything, everyone, else around us. But he looked at me like I was important. Like maybe in that second, I mattered the most.

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All I can say about Eli's debut novel 

It's deeply emotional and highly poetic. Luca is so very strong and very brave. Faced with an illness he or any doctor, human or fey alike, know nothing about or how to cure. The fact that this illness takes a toll on him both physically and mentally and yet he still searched all over the world shows a lot of courage. Even more so to accept that fate and prepare for the inevitable. 

The relationship he has with his sister is an odd one. Seeing as she's full fey and has this way about her that seems aloof and uncaring, when in fact it's quite the opposite. Sabin just doesn't know how to approach Luca anymore, and she didn't know the extent of his illness until after he'd come back. 

Luca is told about this special Japanese healer and is to meet with him to see what he has to say. Kin, a water fey, upon meeting Luca was about to refuse him, as he thought Luca was just some privalaged "royal" until a bought of his illness disrupts their meeting. After meeting Luca and seeing what he's going through and just getting to know him a bit, Kin is bound to try and find him a cure. 

This story is pretty sad, kind of reminds me of A Walk to Remember, but with fey.  I was crying on and off through at least the first 50%. The "cure" that Kin offers Luca is a very heavy one and Luca doesn't take this choice lightly. It's basically tearing him up. There's a lot of indecision at this point.  Either Kin loses him early or he loses Kin later, much later, and then lives on. Only, it's not a guaranteed cure in the first place as it's just a myth. When I said Luca was brave before, by the end of the book I think so even more. It took a LOT of courage to make his choice, regardless of the outcome of losing Kin or not. I personally would have made the same choice.

 Without death this life would not be a gift. 
It was a very powerful thought, and I'm glad to have read this book. I will definitely be looking for this author in the future.

About Eli Lang

Eli Lang is a writer and drummer. She has played in rock bands, worked on horse farms, and has had jobs in libraries, where she spent most of her time reading every book she could get her hands on. She can fold a nearly perfect paper crane and knows how to tune a snare drum. She still buys stuffed animals because she feels bad if they’re left alone in the store, believes cinnamon buns should always be eaten warm, can tell you more than you ever wanted to know about the tardigrade, and has a book collection that’s reaching frightening proportions. She lives in Arizona with far too many pets.

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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Guarding Mr. Fine (Tough Love #3) by HelenKay Dimon

In this steamy novel of seduction and international intrigue, two brave men are stripped of their defenses—and exposed to dangers and desires that simmer below the surface.

As an agent with the CIA’s special activities division, Seth Lang lives for risk—and yet he’s stuck playing bodyguard to the U.S. consul general in Munich. Although Seth’s last assignment nearly killed him, babysitting some desk jockey in a suit sounds way too easy. But when he lays eyes on the new top man, tactical expert Rick Fine, Seth’s thrilled to see just how hard this job is going to get. Mr. Tall, Dark, and Quiet has a body worth guarding—and he requires hands-on attention day and night.

Dispatched to a German consulate to expose the murder of his predecessor, Rick finds himself in an extremely vulnerable position. He needs a man like Seth—in so many ways. This mission will inevitably plunge them both into jeopardy, but each new threat only brings them closer. Rick just hopes that he can keep his deepest, darkest secret hidden—or else risk imperiling a relationship they’re both fighting for their lives to protect.

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Includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.

"I probably, maybe, someday soon, love you"

Wow, this is the best one in the series to date.
I adore everything about Seth and Rick. Their chemistry right from the start (aside from the awkward departure of a 1-night stand in a club) was in sync. These two were on fire with their banter.

The action in this series seems a bit over the top, but I like it. Kind of like overly done action movies, like Die Hard. This book wasn't quite as "loud" as the first book, and even less than the second. It felt a little more believable to me, but even then, I think k it's just Seth and Rick that made me love it all the more.

When Seth would get jealous and did his grumbling, it was sort of adorable. Rick calling him out on it was even funnier, especially where Alec (ex friends with bennies) was concerned. I love that Rick didn't let Seth walk all over him, he took the situation by the balls himself, and wasn't afraid to stand up to Seth.

I all around liked the characters better in this book, even Helena and Max had me laughing. At the end all you could do was shake your finger at Helena and say "oh, you!"

4.5* for me and I really hope Alec is next. He's so cold and calculating, I wonder what's going on in his head.

Oh how I have missed this series!! This is the story of the sarcastic, snarky Seth and the super hot nerdy desk jockey Rick. It starts off hot and just gets hotter as it goes. The chemistry these two have is off the charts!  And the witty banter between them was great.

Of course there was a lot of action in this book, and not just the bedroom kind. And speaking of the bedroom, these two were HOT!!! Of course there are secrets that each of these are holding and they do all come to the surface. One secret that Rick is carrying could jeopardize their relationship.

Of course there are a few secondary characters that NEED to know more about. The one that I need more of is Alec, he is Rick’s friend (once with benefits) and he is just so mysterious. There is more to him that just the produce business for sure. I really hope he gets a book and soon!

I think this has been my favorite book of this series so far and can’t wait to see where it goes from here. So get on it!

I give this book 4.5 Super Sexy, Snarky Stars!!

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