Book Review: The Naked Truth

Title: The Naked Truth

Author: Vi Keeland

Rating: 4 stars

 

Gray and Layla have a past. Layla got into a bit of trouble with her law firm and as punishment, she had to teach a class at a near by minimum security prison. Gray and Layla grow close but Layla finds out something about Gray that was a deal breaker.

 

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Book Review: Tossed Into Love

Title: Tossed Into Love

Author: Aurora Rose Reynolds

Rating: 4 stars

 

Libby has had a crush on Antonio for years but he has always been a bit of a jerk, but she loves his parents. So When she finds out that his father has some health issues she starts to help out at the pizzeria. This puts her in the path of Antonio.

 

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Book Review: Priest

Title: Priest

Author: Ella Frank

Rating: 4 stars

 

The story continues with Priest’s perspective as you get to know more of his past. The past has finally caught up with him just as the three of them are finding their footing for their relationship. Priest is determined to protect Julian and Robbie from any trouble.

 

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Book Review: Honor’s Splendor

Title: Honor’s Splendor

Author: Julie Garwood

Rating: 5 stars

 

I love Julie Garwood and she writes amazing historical romance. This is my second book from this author and I loved it, like I loved the first.

 

Baron Duncan of Wexton, seeks revenge for the brutal attack on his sister by¬† the hands of Baron Louddon. Duncan sets out to Kidnap Madelyn, Louddon’s sister but what ends up happening was not what he was expecting.

 

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Book Review: Not So Nice Guy

Title: Not So Nice Guy

Author: R.S. Grey

Rating: 5 stars

 

This is a great friends to lovers story that was funny, heartwarming, romantic and overall a very enjoyable read. Ian and Samantha (Sam) meet during orientation when they are hired as teachers at Oak Hill High School a couple of years ago. They form a bond and soon become best friends, but they are both dating other people. But by the time they are both single at the same time, neither wanting to jeopardize their friendship by admitting how they really feel.

 

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Book Review: The Scapegoat

Title: The Scapegoat

Author: Daphne Du Maurier

Rating: 4.5 stars

 

I have made it my goal to read more Daphne Du Maurier as she is a favourite of mine. I saw the recent movie and I really enjoyed it, although it did end up being a little different from the book.

 

John is on holiday in France when he sees someone who is the mirror image of himself, Jean de Gue who is an aristocratic Frenchman. They go out for drinks and John ends the night in a drunken stupor only to wake up the morning with all his belongings replaced with Jean’s.

 

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