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Pleasure Workers

Ameliah Faith
This is a FANTASTIC follow up to The Trophy Wives Club by Ali Spooner. This is Alex’s story and it is so, so wonderful!! Sweet and gentle Alex has had a really rough year or so but things are finally starting to turn around. With the help of some great people she finds herself in a most unexpected place where she can happily use those special skills both the ones her beloved father taught her and the ones she learned at a special sort of ranch in Nevada…. Most unexpectedly of all, she finds herself falling in love, yummy sighs. I TOTALLY am in love with the characters, the descriptions, the emotion and the story. I have placed this book in my All Time Favourite Books folder and will be sure to read it again and again!...

The Trophy Wives Club
Ali Spooner

Ameliah Faith
Dream Job
This is my all-time favourite Ali Spooner book!! It is so very hot and steamy that I read it twice back to back and will read it again soon I am sure! Marley is put in charge of an exclusive fitness club where the staff cater to all the NEEDS of their clients, wink, wink, nudge, nudge…. OMG!!! The characters are so fantastic! There isn’t one you won’t love to bits! There is sex, romance, friendship, love of all sorts all in a kick ass story. It is divine and delightful and just so, so good! You will LOVE it!!!

There is a part two of this book written by Annette Mori that is due out soon called The Pleasure Workers that I am so sure will be just as amazing!...

Addicted to You
Erin O'Reilly

Karen McIntosh
‘Addicted To You’ is a story of obsession, sexual discovery and passion. It is also a story of love, redemption and realisation. Elin is young, naive and ripe for the picking. Older woman Marissa spots this right away and takes full advantage. She is predatory, manipulative and downright nasty. Boy did I hate her! I wanted Elin to see all of this for herself, but good people don’t always see when they are being used. I was so happy when Aimee came into the picture. Would Elin realise what a wonderful woman she was though? I enjoyed the character development in this book and seeing how they each dealt with changes in their lives. Erin O’Reilly always leaves me happy to have gone on the journey with her.

I was given this ARC for review....

At Last
JM Dragon

Karen McIntosh
I enjoyed this sweet and inspiring story of a town coming together to try to save the company that keeps them all afloat. Love stories abound in ‘At Last’ and I was especially enamoured by one in particular. Perfume company owner Gene has yet to find the love of her life – but if she opened her eyes she would see love was there in front of her all along. Outsider Quinn comes to town to try and sort out supply problems for her employers – but ends up finding out more about herself. I think the town of Grady had quite an impact on those choosing to spend time there. Powerful circumstances made people reassess their lives. Love, family, romance and loyalty were the themes that drew me into this story. I felt myself rooting for the characters – be it in their love lives or in business. An enjoyable read.

I was given this ARC for review....

The Book Witch
Annette Mori

Karen McIntosh
‘The Book Witch’ is funny, quirky and full of surprising twists. The first book in the series ‘The Book Addict’ introduced us to Elle and Tanya, who are now all loved-up. When Imara, a book witch with the power to bring characters to life, appears in town things begin to get exciting again. She wants to help Jai, a local teacher, find love at last. But she needs her friends to help. Things are never that simple though and enemies, old and new, try to put a spoke in the machine.

Ms Mori uses some unique plot devices to take this story in very unexpected directions. Fans of the author will be thrilled to find some of their favourite characters from other series turn up. This really worked for me. In a book about the supernatural I was was surprised to find myself suspending belief and really going with the premise. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if book witches did exist and our beloved characters came to life? This was exactly the kind of book I wanted to read and I salute the imagination of Annette Mori.

I was given this ARC for review....

Jen Silver

Karen McIntosh
What a wonderful story! ‘Deuce’ is the story of Jay, ex-professional tennis player, and her life after the disappearance at sea of her lover, Charley. Forced to go on without her, she brings up their child and starts a new career. But she isn’t really happy. Charley meanwhile is living in the Faroe Islands with a new name and no memory of her life before. When she starts to remember, the lives of so many people are about to be up-ended.

The story is so well told. It has love, unexpected family complications, passion and surprises. I could not put it down. I wanted to know what happened next to these characters. They felt real and I began to care about them. They each had to face the fact that time does not stand still and people change. Sometimes that means accepting differences and sometimes it means putting yourself in their shoes. Jen Silver has a talent for crafting characters and storylines that really resonate. She subtly weaves real events into her work and that makes the reader feel more engaged. ‘Deuce’ may be my favourite of her novels so far.

I was given this ARC for review....


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