Thursday, September 22, 2016
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
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I have been waiting for the mysterious Bridger Payne since the first book of the Wicked Horse Series and now he is finally here!
Sawyer Bennett had teased me, heightened my anticipation, and had me panting. I had great expectations in this book, in Bridger – and I wasn’t disappointed. Surely, Ms. Bennett had saved the best for last! And Bridger Payne ended The Wicked Horse Series fabulously.
The steam and sexiness of this book was already a given, but what surprised me most was getting to know the real Bridger. Indeed, he was a mystery to uncover and it was just a delight, at the same time heartbreaking to do so. He was a fierce protector, and he would do everything to keep Maggie safe.
Maggie was perfect for him. I love the strength and steadfastness of her character. She has her past, she wasn’t proud of it, but she was trying to change her life and save the people that she loves, and that includes Bridger now.
I love the fact that both their characters were given second chances both in love and life. It wasn’t an easy journey for the both of them, but the end was worth it. They had to slay their own demons before finally giving in to their HEA. I just feel sad that this series is about to end, but was happy that it ended with a bang. The Wicked Horse has introduced us to a great set of characters that we would always remember.
If you want to read something steamy, filled with a whole lot of romance and something else – you have to try this series!
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This was a short, sweet, sexy read with a cliffy that made me want to jump off the plane. I finished this book in one sitting during my plane journey back home.
Who doesn’t like weddings? It gives off a vibe of magical-happy-ever-after, love and some crazy one-night-stands.
The title lived up to its name. Sparks is all over the pages. From the moment they met, until they finally gave up to the attraction. The chemistry is just off-the-charts. Both Mari and Andrew are characters to watch out for!
I have read EVERY Autumn Doughton books, and this was way different from her usual, which was an awesome surprise! This was a great read, and the last page well, almost killed me. But it made me more excited for the next book in this series!!!
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Monday, August 22, 2016
Natalia was the epitome of a good Italian daughter, she would do everything to please her family and not cause them any heartaches. Even if it means being the maid of honor to her overbearing cousin’s wedding. The sacrifices she made would make her a saint and I do not envy her. She was trying to live a happy, single and peaceful life until the bad boy she fell in love with over a decade ago came back into her life. She swore that she would never allow Aiden McCann to enter into her life and break her heart again. She should learn from her mistakes.
Aidan left Red River years ago and never look back, but a family emergency brought him back home, and back into the life of Natalia Puccini. He knew he did her wrong, and wished he could tell her what really happened. But he was only home for some weeks, and he had no intentions of staying. Their house held a lot of painful memories. If not for his father who needs his help (even if he doesn’t really say he needs it), he wouldn’t be in Red River. But thinking about not going back, and seeing the love of his life in the flesh is different. No matter how much he wants her, he couldn’t give what she needs. As soon as his father is okay, he was going to leave Red River and would not come back.
I love how the story came about. It may lack the usual steam I got used to, but it was sweet, and had a dash of sexy in it. They tried to fight their emotions, but it was just useless. I love how things work out for Aidan. It made me shed some tears. What happened between him and his father was heartbreaking, but I was glad someone was trying, and someone was apologizing. I was also happy Nat was finally standing up for herself and not allowing her family (well, some of them) to step on her. It was brave of her to do so.
The Rebel’s Return is a short read. This is a story of love, second chances, friendship and family.