• Review: The Breakup The Jordan Brothers

    I loved the idea of this story and was excited to start "The Breakup". At first I found it dragged a bit and it took a while before I was really vested in the characters and what was happening to them. Soon, I was interested and wanted to know where this...

  • Review: A Merciful Silence Mercy Kilpatrick Book 4

    Mercy fascinated me from the moment I read her story in "A Merciful Death". The life of a prepper is really interesting and Mercy brings a clean side to it. I found it fascinating how she can never truly breathe easy until she’s near or in her cabin....

  • Review: Darkest Night Wired & Dangerous

    "Darkest Night" was an interesting romantic suspense read. Despite what Fiona has been through she is a very strong person. She has had so much happen to her and it’s not even over yet. When her past threatens to destroy her again she decides to fight...

  • Review: Making Chase Chase Brothers, #4

    Lauren Dane’s romance books always have a sexual edge and this one did not disappoint. Tate is a very sexual person and has no shame in that. Despite her sister’s well earned teasing she has the major hots for Matt Chase. She’s also strong willed and...

  • Review: Rancher's Dream The Montana Cahills

    "Rancher's Dream" is part of a series and characters from previous stories are intertwined throughout this one allowing you to catch up with them. However, you could still read this story without reading the previous ones. While I love all of the characters...

  • Review: With Vengeance Hearts of Metal Book 2

    Katana and Klement are what I deem a perfect contemporary romance pair. But as the story starts out it seems like Katana may have eyes for a different member of the Bleeding Vengeance band. Cliff has caught her eye. But soon she’s interested in Klement...

  • Review: Betting on Cinderella The Cinderella Romances Book 2

    Wow what a story! “Betting on Cinderella” has everything a contemporary Cinderella re-write should have. Readers are in for a horrible stepmother, two stepsisters and a wonderful godmother. Plus we get our Cinderella. We have quite a charming fairy tale...

  • Review: Par for Cinderella The Cinderella Romances Book 3

    Who will mega billionaire Aidan Cross come across as he goes to Cypress Key? He wants to set up a custom golf course that will become one of the stops on the PGA tour. He meets Casey Stuart and loads of problems come from that meeting… including being...

  • Review: Her Convenient Husband's Return

    Regency historical romance fans are in for a wonderful tale in “Her Convenient Husband's Return” This story involves two wonderful people...Beth and Rendell. I enjoyed getting to know these two characters. Beth has agreed to marry Ren… her best friend....

  • Review: Kiss of the Rose The Tudor Vampire Chronicles, Book 1

    If you love the Tudor period and you love vampires this is a book you will have to have! It is a very unique new paranormal novel that combines the worlds of the Tudor court with vampires and the slayers that are bound to protect the throne at all costs!...

  • Review: Dark Sentinel A Carpathian Novel

    "Dark Sentinel" drew me in and didn't let me go until the very last page. Andor is a strong force to be reckoned with. I can’t even imagine what he’s been through or how long he’s been living. Like all Carpathians, he is honorable and fierce. Yet, he...

  • Review: One Perfect Kiss A Hope Novel

    Ms. Burton takes her fans back to Hope, OK. This book does stand alone and can be read without having read any other book in this series. However, most, if not all, of the characters from previous books are in this one. This is a sweet romance between...

  • Review: Promises Decide Promise series

    I love spicey historical romance and in my opinion Sarah McCarty has been known to deliver some of the best. The author returns with another adventure in her Promises series. Jackson was a friend of the McKinnleys from the previous three books. He was...

  • Review: Bound for Sin A Frontiers of the Heart novel, #2

    "Bound for Sin" is a very lovely western romance. I loved it from the first page. This book had a lot going for it. Georgiana and Matt were engaging characters who captivated my attention. Matt was so sweet and adorably awkward, but also lonely so I was...

  • Review: One More Moment Shaughnessy Brothers: Band on the Run, #3

    I really loved this book. It had a little bit of everything in it from a shocking wedding to supportive friends to mistaken first impressions. As the book progressed, I got so wrapped up in it I couldn’t bare to put it down. Julian is more than just a...

  • Review: All Dressed in White The Brides of Belgravia, #2

    As much as I love the author, Charis Michaels, I had a tough time in my reading of this book. The story itself felt a bit harsh, hardly romantic and not at all the historical romance style I am used to reading. To continue the book lacked romance, it...

  • Review: The Illegitimate Duke Diamonds in the Rough, #3

    After my last historical read this story felt like a sweet, easy read that I enjoyed overall. Wholesome, romantic and even daring this story was certainly one that I recommend. "The Illegitimate Duke" was a bit standard and yet I think average is fine...

  • Review: Furious Nomad Outlaws Trilogy Book 3

    Moody is a biker that is hard, cold, and with a 'devil may care' attitude. He sees women only as a means of release. His life is a lonely one but scars from his past have built walls until a sassy red head bartender pushes him to his limits. Bailey just...

  • Review: An Heiress in Disguise The Royal Family Book 4

    I liked "An Heiress in Disguise", but caveat to those who like their historicals more on the side of historically accurate - this is definitely all fun and romping around and historical mores are pretty much tossed out the window as far as I can tell....

  • Review: Perfect Day

    I loved this m/m contemporary romance book. I have a feeling this will end up on my Top 10 books of 2018. "Perfect Day" is a m/m retelling of Jane Austen's "Persuasion". You do not have to have read "Persuasion" to enjoy this book. The author takes the...

  • Review: The Fixer The Criminals Book 2

    “The Fixer” by Erin M. Leaf centers around Zero, whose gritty and dangerous life as a fixer intersects with Justin, whose favor for his mom develops into a life-changing situation. Despite their apparent differences, the two men make a connection, but...

  • Review: Saddle Up Clean Slate Ranch

    "Saddle Up" is a beautiful story of first love and second chances. Reyes just wants to forget his past and look toward his future, but his ex keeps popping up and making his life difficult. His ex was controlling and abusive and is determined to get Reyes...

  • Review: Witchbane

    “Witchbane” by Morgan Brice is a dark action-packed and erotic tale featuring two main characters who each has had to overcome a troubled past to reach this point in life. Those who are squeamish should be advised that this is a gritty story with a fair...

  • Review: How (Not) to Marry a Duke

    This contemporary romance novel starts off really well with two people ready to play a role that they not only don’t want but aren’t sure how to play. The characters of Ashford and Jemma are well done and believable for the most part. However, Ashford’s...

  • Review: Shattered Silence Echo Falls

    Hiding in plain sight is the first thing that popped into my head when thinking of this romantic suspense book. Two reasons for that is Rachel is hiding among the Amish, plain people, and she is out and about with them if you know to look. But, this story...

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Breaking the Rules by Ember Leigh

Amara's move home is anything but fun. With her mom recovering from a cancer diagnosis, her only goal is to find a job in her field and support her family. But once she lays eyes on Travis Holt, she realizes her time in LA might be a lot more tolerable if she could use him to take her mind off things.

For Travis, there's only ever been one rule: stay away from his best friend's sister. And it wasn't a problem until Amara moved back west all grown-up and sexier than sin. When she comes strutting around his gym every day, it's impossible to keep his eyes--and hands--off her.

The one-off fling Amara imagined isn't possible with a God like Holt. And once Eddie finds out, they're suddenly cast into the turbulent waters of Something More, the unfamiliar terrain where Amara has to confront whether she can truly support someone whose career is the antithesis of everything she's worked for in the non-profit world.