Review: Awakened by Him by Eyta Jade

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Title: Awakened by Him
Author: Eyta Jade
Genres: Romance
Series: Zinklaus Duet #1
Published: August 6, 2020
Pages: ~388
My Rating: 4/5
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Falling into him was a dance with destiny; little did she know it would be her unravelling.

Zina at 24 and fresh out of the academic world, arrives in London for a new paralegal job. She is thrown for a loop when her chance at something new and uncomplicated is threatened from the moment she meets business magnate, Niklaus Clarke.

He wants more from her than she’s willing to give, because giving him more means undoing her past which she’s been running from. Unable to resist the undeniable attraction she feels or the allure of the unyielding billionaire who didn’t get to where he is by giving up, Zina surrenders.

What should have been a mere awakening turns into blurred lines and shattering of boundaries. Until their secrets, lies and half-truths threaten the gravity that pulls them toward each other.

Bridges will be crossed, bridges will be burnt. But, will bridges be rebuilt?

-Goodreads

MY REVIEW:
This book was so dang steamy! I haven’t read a romance novel like this in quite a bit and now I’m hooked! The characters are great, their chemistry starts right from the beginning. I can’t wait until the sequel comes out, the book does leave you with a twist and a cliffhanger! Great read, this author is definitely going on my auto-buy list!

Review: Play Only For Me by R.B. O’Brien

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Title: Play Only For Me
Author: R.B. O’Brien
Genres: Contemporary Adult Romance
Published: April 26, 2021
Pages: ~200
My Rating: 4/5
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Colton Masters:
I have no idea why I’m being so rude to her. She hasn’t done anything wrong to me. She seems nice actually, sweet. She’s attractive, that’s for sure, but she certainly isn’t trying to capitalize on it. A baggy sweatshirt and a pair of jeans? Maybe it’s the UGGS that get under my skin. The screaming designer label on her sweatshirt. Maybe it’s the fact that I haven’t stopped fantasizing about what she might look like underneath it.

Lauren Percy:
Why is he being so rude to me? He has a face that has that boy charm. Dimples, big brown eyes, sandy hair, clear skin. But as I travel to his chest, I can see this is no innocent boy. Through his white t-shirt that grips his biceps, I see the black ink of tattoos. Where I come from, I have never seen a tattoo up close and personal. His hands are calloused, his fingernails slightly bitten, and he has a slight scar on his collarbone, but it’s hard to see under the hemp choker he’s wearing. He’s sexy as hell.

Play Only For Me is a standalone New Adult Romance of two college music majors discovering themselves but ultimately discovering that true love and dreams can come with sacrifice, and that happy endings are not always one-note, scripted, already-heard songs. 

-Goodreads

MY REVIEW:
This was a very cute read. You can almost cut the tension with a knife while wanting to strangle Colton 😂 The book went at a good pace, a great coming of age story. Bad boy & a virgin. The ending wasn’t what I usually go for but it was good!

Review: Hero by Lauren Rowe

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Title: Hero
Author: Lauren Rowe
Genres: Romance, Adult, Emergency Services (Firefighter)
Series: The Morgan Brothers #1
Published: March 10, 2018
Pages: ~360
My Rating: 5/5
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A standalone contemporary romance in the MORGAN BROTHERS series from USA Today Bestselling Author Lauren Rowe. The story of firefighter Colby Morgan that proves heroes come in many forms . .
The first time I laid eyes on Lydia Decker, I couldn’t speak. Or breathe. Or string two coherent thoughts together. 

And I don’t mean any of that figuratively. 

I’m not talking about a guy being floored by the sight of a gorgeous woman—although, of course, Lydia is gorgeous beyond words. 
No, when I first laid eyes on Lydia Decker—my physical therapist—I was lying flat on my back in the ICU, high as a kite on painkillers, breathing on a ventilator, my bones as broken and splintered as my spirit. 
When I first laid eyes on Lydia Decker, she was a ray of light in the dark. Hope for the hopeless. A salve for my singed and battered soul. 
She said she’d been assigned to fix me. That she was there to bring me back to life. She said helping me was her calling. 

And then she touched me. Physically, emotionally, spiritually. She healed me. And I fell in love. 
But what I didn’t know . . . what I couldn’t possibly know . . . was that Lydia Decker needed fixing far more than I ever did.

-Goodreads

MY REVIEW:
I literally read 2-3 books A DAY multiple days a week (I have a newborn haha) and I’ve never left a review on any book until now. This book is the absolute best. I laughed, I cried, I silently screamed for joy. This was absolutely written perfectly. A perfect fairytale story ending. You knocked this one out of the park! Can’t wait to read all your other books!