Friday, April 27, 2018

Review Round Up

It's that time again... Here are some of the books I read this week that didn't have already have a post. 


Wild in Love (The Maverick Billionaires, #5)Wild in Love by Bella Andre

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Review Copy Provided by Author

Wild In Love is a fun romp of a book.
Tasha discovers that her father and brother have been living a less than honest life and involved her tangentially. She runs away to the mountains near Tahoe where she meets Daniel.
I liked both Tasha and Daniel. They are fun, entertaining characters and interesting to watch together.
If you are looking for something lighter, with a dose of instant attraction and a fast moving relationship, then this will be just the thing. What we see of Tasha and Daniel skims the surface, but still has you rooting for them.
If you have followed the other Maverick books, you will be glad to see the other principle characters appear in cameo roles. A fun, quick read, this is a great escape.


TBR Reads

 Clean Slate (Charity Case Prequel)Clean Slate by Piper Rayne

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Free Read

This is a prequel to a new, full length release Manic Monday. It's cute, but really just give us a taste for who Victoria is and the set up for her being in Chicago. It seems that Victoria may have been a secondary character in another book and Clean Slate is the transition from that world to the one being created in Manic Monday.


 Barefoot in the Sun (Barefoot Bay, #3; Barefoot Bay Universe, #3)Barefoot in the Sun by Roxanne St. Claire

3.5 Stars - Worth a Reader's Time

One of the things I enjoy about this series is the stand alone quality to each book. Yes, the stories are interconnected and probably more enjoyable when read in order, but I appreciate being able to pick one up and run with it.
Barefoot in the Sun focuses on Zoe and Oliver. They are an unlikely pair getting a second chance at love. This is an entertaining, well written story full of second chances.
Both Zoe and Oliver are interesting characters, but Evan (Oliver’s son) stole the show. Add in a little bit of intrigue and a great secondary cast and you have a fun read.


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