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    I would never dream of putting human trafficking and humor together but Ms Hill does in this story and it absolutely works. Not only does the seriousness of the human trafficking come out but you can’t help but laugh at the rescues and the rescuers. It’s...

  • Review: Intended Bondmates

    Sweet story, albeit a bit brief for my tastes. Lieber created an interesting world, one that isn't quite like any other paranormal romance novel I've seen, and it would have been lovely to see how Runa and Konner's relationship did (or didn't) change...

  • Review: Gryffon Hall

    Going into "Gryffon Hall" know that the storyline is a tad slow. I liked both Wryler and Aeric but there wasn't enough interaction between the two men for my liking. There could have been more scenes between Wryler and Aeric and that would have made for...

  • Review: Order of Protection A Courting Justice Novel, #1

    Betrayal and secrets are central plot points in this awesome contemporary romantic suspense. Things are not always as they seem and beliefs aren’t always right. This is a fast paced story that has more layers than it first appears. You may think you know...

  • Review: Wolf's Destiny Texas Ranch Wolf Pack Series Complete Books 1-6

    This collection of six books is actually one very big story. It develops from a shocking beginning and awesomely ends with a new life and world. Each story is built on the one prior to it so it is best to read these books in order. Each introduces more...

  • Review: Wolf's Enemy Texas Ranch Wolf Pack Series, #8

    This book is part of a series and would be best read after the previous seven books. This book further adds complexity to the series plot though each book also has a plot just for that book. This book has Nate introducing weres to the President of the...

  • Review: Wolf's Queen Texas Ranch Wolf Pack Series, #7

    This is the seventh book in a series and begins where the sixth book ends. It would be best to read the first six books prior to reading this one in order for it to truly make sense and allow you to totally enjoy it. Though the blurb only talks about...

  • Review: Stolen Feral Instincts, #1

    Thank goodness this story is only 57 pages. Okay, maybe it would be better if it were longer so it could develop more depth. The characters while you had bits of their history you really didn’t get a good feel for them. Grey has a pack yet I couldn’t...

  • Review: Reverse Abduction Alien Abduction Book 8

    Azteriya feels like a uterus up for grabs. Her mother keeps pushing marriage and settling down, but that's not what Azteriya is about. She wants to be like her father; an adventurer and fearsome warrior. Unfortunately, while her people travel the stars,...

  • Review: Rainy Day Friends Wildstone

    Heartbreak becomes heartwarming in this terrific story about a woman betrayed and a man done with love. These characters, Lanie and Mark, have reasons why they should fall in love which make sense. You can feel their pain and you can feel their undeniable...

  • Review: Wet Kisses The Sectorium Series, #5

    What do you get in "Wet Kisses"? Adrian, a hot dragon/dolphin shifter and a Reese a woman with telekinesis abilities. I loved how Adrian had two shifter abilities. One that he controlled and one that pretty much controlled him. When the dragon is in control...

  • Review: Whirlpool Cutter Cay Book 6

    "Whirlpool" is one of my favorite books of 2018. Even though it's the sixth book in the Cutter Cay series it can fully stand alone. I've not read any of the other books, but I now want to. Anyone looking for a fast paced adventure needs to pick this one...

  • Review: Ice on Fire Treble and the Lost Boys Book 1

    "Ice on Fire" wasn't so much fire as it was ice. The story line was good but the pace was a little slow. I had trouble sympathizing with Adrian and his social problems. One problem was enough for the story but he had multiple problems and they kept knocking...

  • Review: Wicked Descent

    Scarlett Kol’s "Wicked Descent" captures you from the first page! I was hooked on this page-turner, filled with angst and mystery. Avery is in the middle of a trying time for a teenager as it is, moving to a new town, dealing with an overprotective mother,...

  • Review: Love in Spades Four Kings Security Book One

    "Love in Spades" is aces all around. We have another hit read from this author. From the beginning to the end of "Love in Spades" I laughed all the way through. The hot attraction between Ace and Colton made my screen sizzle. But it was the compatibility...

  • Review: Spies, Lies, and Allies A Love Story

    I read all of Lisa Brown Roberts’ novels, and I really like each and every one of them. Her characters are amazing and three dimensional; all plots are interesting. Her novels are quick and entertaining reads and I highly recommend them. So, it is not...

  • Review: Stand & Deliver The Haven Brotherhood, #5

    "Stand & Deliver" is a great story with not only a sweet romance but also a little mystery and suspense. Readers will be turning the pages. This novel features Beckett and Gia. Both have their stubborn ways that will keep the reader shaking their heads...

  • Review: Stripped Blue HEAT, #1

    Tara Wyatt practically set fire to my eReader with this sizzling suspense. Sawyer Matthews and Brooke Simmons have combustible chemistry and I couldn’t put this book down until I found out just where their attraction would take them. I loved the maturity...

  • Review: Bridging the Distance Brides of the Kindred

    Another addition to the fascinating world of the Kindred. I personally adored Lorelei. Her dilemma in the beginning of the book had me laughing out loud. The addition of Bound to the dilemma just added a bit of satisfaction. Once the problem that Bound...

  • Review: Hacking the Consequences Shifter's Regime Book 1

    "Hacking the Consequences" is the beginning of a new series for Charlie Richards, but it also intertwines into her four other series. I enjoyed the story very much because of the reappearance of characters from previous books and how they all intertwine...

  • Review: The Work Wife An on the Job Romance, #3

    I liked "The Work Wife" from the start to the end. Readers are in for their HEA as Jamie and Wes do professing their love to each other. However, as this story starts with them being best friends for the past five years there will be some twists and turns...

  • Review: Gumshoe Girl

    Andi Ramos introduces an entertaining new detective to the cozy genre. I knew Sheagan O’Hare was going to be different from the very first scene, because she truly came in like a wrecking ball. After her introduction I truly had no idea what she could...

  • Review: Mike The Firefighters of Station #8 Book 1

    Samanthya Wyatt introduces a sexy set of strong firefighters in this first in a series. Mike Armstrong and Cassie Peters are practically perfect for one another if it weren’t for their doubts and insecurities. A fireman and a school teacher really could...

  • Review: It's All About the Duke The Rakes of St. James, #3

    Amelia Grey delights Regency fans with this beautiful historical romance. I’ve been waiting for the Duke of Rathburne’s story and while at first I was shocked by his path I’m so glad he crossed Miss Marlena Fast’s. I truly fell in to this story, wrapped...

  • Review: Beguiled by the Forbidden Knight

    When I first began reading my first romance novels in junior high (much to the disapproval of my parents) I found myself quickly devouring historical-romances and almost immediately I knew that the genre was one that I would always love. My favorite theme...

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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.