Problems in Paradise is the third book in Kelsey Browning’s Texas Nights series. For readers of the series, all the favorites will come back in this book, but the focus is on Eden Durant and Beck Childress. Eden is the owner of Paradise Garden and Beck is the Deputy.
Eden has a secret past she has not shared with anyone. Beck is interested in running for sheriff. The two have been wanting each other for awhile and they are finally going for it. The problem is the timing. Eden worries her past will be a problem for Beck. Not only that but Eden is running into problems with her restaurant, and that too is causing issues for Beck. So many crazy things keep coming up to ruin things for this couple but despite this the two get their HEA by the end.
In Ready To Wed by Cindi Madsen, Dakota Halifax had everything going for her: her business as a wedding planner is growing, her wedding advice column in a local paper has a huge following, and she’s about to get married herself. But then her fiance dumps her at the altar and suddenly Dakota is not sure about love or even how she is going to work through her heart ache while planning other people’s weddings. The only bright spot in Dakota’s life is that her childhood BFF, Brendan West is back in town. Except Brendan has grown up into a very sexy man and she’s definitely feeling things she shouldn’t feel for her best guy friend.
Dakota is a great character to get to know. Her snarky sense of humor and retelling of wedding disasters had me laughing. Her color code alert system for bridezilla’s is priceless. I loved how Dakota dealt with every curve that was thrown at her and did it with her head held high.
It’s release day for Cheating Justice by Misty Evans and Adrienne Giordano. This is the second book in the Justice Team Series and we are celebrating today with a review from Mary and a giveaway!
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Cheating Justice: This second book in the Justice Team series finds the main character, Mitch Monroe, as another rogue FBI agent who is dodging the law for something he did in the heat of the moment. As the story progresses we find that his temper often gets him into trouble but the cool headed and practical agent, Caroline Foster, keeps him on the straight and narrow when she can.
It’s here! The third book in Skye Jordan’s Renegades series, Ricochet is out in the wild. I absolutely love this series because there is so much emotion and character depth. As part of the blog tour, we are offering you all an excerpt and a giveaway today! There are excerpts at each of the blog stops on the tour, so be sure to check out all the blogs, especially if you are new to the series and wondering how awesome these books really are.
About the Book:
Title: Ricochet (Renegades, #3)
Author: Skye Jordan
Release Date: July 14, 2014
Category: Erotic Romance
Buy Links: Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Kobo
After a tragic incident in Afghanistan leaves Master Sergeant Nathan Ryker the only man standing in his tight-knit team, he spirals into an alcohol-and-sex induced escape. A call from his lifelong buddy pulls Ryker from the shadows with a request for help with his stunt company’s latest blockbuster. If Ryker can survive the next three weeks of leave and get back to his remaining men, he might just be all right. But a sexy woman who can take his mind off his trauma is too hard to resist, and when he hooks up with Renegades’ sultry, snarky office manager, his sanity takes a backseat to his first glimpse of a future he isn’t sure he deserves.
Why? Why have I waited this long to read a book in the Aisle Bound Series by Christi Barth? I love sexy, sassy contemporary romance books and A Matchless Romance is the definition of that. Sassy heroine, a geeky hero and a happy ever after (several in fact). A Matchless Romance is the fourth book in the Aisle Bound Series, but the first one I have read. It can easily be read as a standalone, but I so badly want to go back and read all the other books now to get to know the other characters. I love it when a book in a series does that!
In this story Tabitha is running a matchmaking business and Drew is a video game designer looking for some help interacting with women, since he royally offended his female boss and needs to be able to nail some upcoming marketing interviews. From their first encounter, Tabitha and Drew hit it off. Their friendly demeanor and chemistry was so fun to watch. Christi brings such humor to both of these characters in very different ways. Drew takes everything very literal and Tabitha gets such a kick out of it.
Are you all ready for another fantastic Texas Nights book by Kelsey Browning? The third in the series, Problems in Paradise releases today! Today also kicks off the week-long blog tour filled with reviews, excerpts, interviews, recipes and guest posts this week. At just about each stop you can enter to win a digital copy of the first book in the series, Personal Assets!
About the Book:
Title: Problems In Paradise (Texas Nights, #3)
Author: Kelsey Browning
Publisher: Carina Press
Release: July 14, 2014
Category: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy
Book Links: Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Kobo / Books-A-Million / Carina Press / Goodreads
Eden Durant hasn’t always been Eden Durant. She’s made a fresh start in Shelbyville, Texas, far from her mother’s notoriety. Running the Paradise Garden Café is as much excitement as Eden wants—or it was, until she meets Beck Childress. Although he’s the one man who could expose her past, she’s willing to open up enough to see if he might be her future.
The Mutt and the Matchmaker by JB Lynn is a must read for any of her Confessions of a Neurotic Hitwoman fans. The awesome Armani from the Hitwoman series is the Matchmaker in this series and as you can imagine, comes with a lot of humor. If you have not read the Hitwoman series, no worries, as it is not required to read The Mutt and the Matchmaker.
In The Mutt and the Matchmaker, we meet Tom and Jane, the first couple that Armani sets up. When I started reading, I thought it was too nice of story and the mystery was easily solved. However, I love JB’s books, so I kept reading. I was glad I did because things did turn out the way I thought. JB takes us on quite a little mystery!