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  • Review: Unlawful Contact I-Team Series - Book 3

    Unlawful Contact is a thrilling book of action, suspense and romance that you'll find hard to put down. Marc Hunter is desperate to find and protect his sister, which means he has to break out of the prison he's in. Sophie Alton is at the prison to conduct...

  • Review: Ghost Moon Moon Series

    Quinn, a former slave, using a portal crosses from an paralleal universe into ours. She has come to find a safe place for her friend to hide. But during her sixth crossing, she is stopped by a ghost. Caleb Marshell died 75 years ago. He was killed by...

  • Review: No Control

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  • Review: Blood on the Tartan

    This is a tale based on true events in the Scottish Highlands during the 19th Century concerning the land clearances and evictions that occurred to make way for sheep and sheep farmers. Catherine Ross is a widow living in the village of Greenyards, by...

  • Review: Distracting the Duchess

    Artemisia Pelham-Smythe, the Duchess of Southwycke, is a young, raven-haired widow with an untraditional hobby of painting scandalous images of men in the nude. No longer trapped in an unsatisfactory marriage of convenience to a man 40 years her senior,...

  • Review: Unlawful Contact I-Team Series - Book 3

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  • Review: Nameless

    Rookie FBI agent Vivian Grace is hunting a kidnapper. Being a victim of a kidnapping while away at college, this case becomes personal. This kidnaper is different. He will only talk with one person, ex-agent Ryan McBride. Three years ago a kidnapping...

  • Review: B*E*A*S*T* Of Burden B*E*A*S*T* series, Book 2

    Marlie Silver is a vet living in Alaska. She still mourns her husband who was killed in an auto accident. Rogan Wolfe escaped from a secret government lab where he, and others, were experimented on. His past in a mystery, the only thing he remembers are...

  • Review: Hot

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  • Review: The Duke Next Door The Heiress Brides

    This is the second installment in the Heiress Brides Trilogy. Dierdre Cantor is the beauty of the three cousins trying to fulfill their late grandfathers wish for one of his ancestors to marry a duke, as outlined in his will. To facilitate her success,...

  • Review: A Sigh of Love

    Abbie finally got the courage up to buy a roundtrip ticket to go to Anchorage, Alaska to meet George, a man who she has been corresponding with by phone for the past three months. While there she figured she would visit the old places she used to know...

  • Review: The Kiss (The Widows Club #2)

    As children, Georgiana Wilde and Quinn Forestque were inseparable, until an accident injures Georgiana and forces Quinn to leave. She mourns their lost friendship, and her unreturned love, hoping that time can heal her broken heart. When Quinn returns...

  • Review: Renegade's Rose Incognito Series, #6

    Hunter Savage, 5th in command, is a supposed to be a machine. And machines don't need to love, or be loved. Yet Hunter can't help wanting it. He takes a mission to capture `The Black Pope', in which he's injured. Coming to in the medical unit he finds...

  • Review: My Valentine Genre: Historical Romance Part One, Part Two Contemporary Romance, Paranormal

    My Valentine's prologue begins with a woman of 21 insulted after being compromised by a younger man of 16 in the year 1805. Then the story jumps to 1821 after her husband James' death Beatrice has three daughters (15, 12, 9) to raise. Beatrice's first...

  • Review: The Last Warrior American Indian

    This is the third and last book in Karen Kay's Lost Clan Series. This one focus's on Black Lion. He is the last hope for his people to be freed from the mystical realm of the Mist, where the God of Thunder has imprisoned them. His journey takes a very...

  • Review: The Dream King

    Octavian St. James is one of the three powerful wizards that rule over all things magical on Earth. When a vengeful mage tears him apart from his true love, he searches endlessly to find her. He connects to her again from a dream world and now he must...

  • Review: Priceless Historical Romance (Georgian England)

    Lady Bronwyn Edana is one of the celebrated "Sirens of Ireland", the plain one. Adam Keane, Lord Rawson, is a hard man who feels he needs a wife for one reason, respectability. He wants society to look at him as an equal, not as the son of traitor. He...

  • Review: The Killer Among Them

    After a double homicide, respected New York City attorney, Katarina Ramon, is called back to her small hometown by her Aunt who thinks she can help solve the crime. Haunted be her own parents' murders and assisted by her sixth sense, Katarina agrees to...

  • Review: Death by Ploot Ploot

    Yes for all of you that loved the Matrix series, Dara is finally back. You will so enjoy seeing your favorite Matrix characters. Join Deana, Suliela, Lorgin, Krue, Traed, Rejar and Yaniff once more. Once again we get to see the beautiful planet of Aviara,...

  • Review: Paint it Black

    I have never read this author before so I went into this book for preconceived ideas on what to expect. Normally I do not like books written in the 1st person. This has definitely changed my mind. The book is done from the heroines {Denice Bramhall} point...

  • Review: A Knight's Reward

    Dominic de Terre and Gisela Anne Balewyne have a history involving a soul-deep love and a child. But years ago the needs of society kept the noble hero and commoner heroine apart. Several years later, things have not gone so well for Gisela. Forced to...

  • Review: The Governess Wears Scarlet

    Viscount Jason Steele is a man of many talents and no one really knows about him. He is a Sentinel (a man who protects people), a barrister and most of all a viscount. He thought he had it all but it wasn't enough for his wife who passed away. He thought...

  • Review: In Flames Book 2 - Doesn't Stand Alone

    What can you do when you are attracted to a spy like yourself yet cannot deter away from him? Why for Lady Sophia Donovan it is so easy. She knows as a spy you have to guard yourself but when she near Marco she wishes that she was not a spy but someone...

  • Review: Between the Sheets

    Okay readers get ready for a hilarious, sweet romantic book and one of the best ever created. You have two elderly people, one with Alzheimer's and another who is just feisty old, getting together in orgies, fondling and kissing. Yes that is just the...

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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.