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Erin Nicholas’s “Opposites Attract” series is an extraordinary blend of some remarkable characters, polar opposites, yet the power of attraction, lust and love, draws them to each other, extremely impressive storylines, and with a surprising twist of sourness, the latest “Totally His” is simply an orgasmic read!

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Beautiful actress in pink lingerie Sophie Birch meets the savior and protector Finn Kelly, bearer of handcuffs and dreams sexy and dirty, when her theatre catches fire; a fire that sparks a fiery spark of lust and attraction, dating and mating, and relationships and forever-after.

The highlight of this story is Sophie’s estranged relationship with her unreliable and unworthy father. A father that she really loves yet disappoints her entire life. A father who is selfish and would do anything for his own good, yet Sophie cannot make her heart let go of this complication. The dynamics of this relationship was very well portrayed and with Finn getting involved to smooth things was one of the best scenes of this love story.

How can you not fall in love with Finn, a guy who goes to great lengths to get to know Sophie intimately, understanding her fears and insecurities, benevolent of the relationship between his mother and Sophie, Finn would do anything to make Sophie “Totally His”.

And to be honest, reviews do not do justice to this stunning story as Sophie and Finn navigate the complexities of a relationship, with a large extended family and their interferences. Erin Nicholas created an amazing screenplay with Finn Kelly and Sophie Birch, well staged and choreographed.

Received an ARC from Forever (Grand Central Publishing) via NetGalley for an honest review.

Trust Erin Nichols to give new meaning to some things put on this planet, be it marshmallows, candy canes, champagne and not limited to (mind you) and now Chutes and Ladders, which happens to be one of my all time favorite board games when I was growing up! And what can be more fun than us reading Kit Derby and her childhood nemesis Dillon Alexander succumbing to their lust over a game of chutes and ladders? I would say totally orgasmic.

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This story is my favorite of the three books in the “Taking Chances” series. It’s like Erin saved the best for the last. “Turned Up” is so much more sexily argumentative, humorously bickering, erotically charming, and emotionally challenging. The ER physician and the psychiatrist, one deals with the physical and the other of the mind, and when these two come together in a snowstorm, it’s nothing short of a “Turned Up” explosion.

As I said, Erin is maestro of imagination and the queen of plotting. The one-liners are rib tickling, the rapport and teasing between Jake, Max and Dillon is heartwarming, and the passion between Dillon and Kit is combustible, a piece of art worth every engaging word and explosive feeling!

Received an ARC from Montlake Romance via NetGalley for an honest review.

Have you read an author/writer who creates characters that give you feelings of mischief, spunk, sass and humor, without even reading the full story? Well Erin Nicholas does, and it’s just not her main characters, even her secondary characters have so much depth and roots in a story, it’s hard not to be involved with them when they make an appearance.

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Part of the Wild Irish Kindle World spearheaded by Mari Carr, “Wild Enough” is a Sapphire Falls crossover written by Erin Nicholas. Wild, Irish, and utterly charming, “Wild Enough” reunites Heather Wilson with her once upon a time college roommate and now a sexy Baltimore cop, Seth Dornan.

Between the sparks that ignite, between the wicked and wild banter, between the crème brulee and the steamy action under the sheets, Heather and Seth end up falling in love. Accepting is hard enough, but confessing to each other that they want all the strings attached is a whole other crème brulee of an issue.

Sweet, witty, tantalizing and spicy, “Wild Enough”, will drive you wild enough and thirsting for more and Erin’s mission is accomplished!!! Hoping to see more of Seth and Heather in her future stories.

Received an ARC from the author for an honest review.

This series just gets better and better as each of the “Opposites Attract”, fall in love – irrevocable, irreversible and irresistible!

If I thought “Completely Yours” was one of Erin’s finest writings, “Forever Mine” surpasses beyond that and more. Maya Goodwin is by far Erin’s crowning glory – strong and courageous, witty and tenacious, aggressive and stubborn, never for a second would she hesitates to step in front of danger to save a person. And Dr. Alex Nolan never saw her coming with her swords and boa!

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Cautious and a planner, Alex Nolan doesn’t know what to do with Maya and the instant attraction that sizzles at first sight. His entire life goes on the wind, as he tries to bond with a daughter he never knew he had, battling a rare medical issue, and his constant want for Maya. Keeping the two parallel is a losing battle.

Between the martial classes and sword swinging, between the pages of galactic history and boa classes, and between the passion and lust that sizzle the bed sheets, “Forever Mine” is pure orgasmic read!

Kudos to Erin Nicholas’s creativity and imagination as she weaves these stories in and around superheroes, paying special attention to the chemistry and emotions among the players, keeping the characters down to earth and normal, with enough layers to charm the readers.

Again, some books are beyond reviews and need to be read to enjoy every scene, every emotion and every word and Erin Nicholas’s books are just that.

Received an ARC from Forever (Grand Central Publishing) via NetGalley for an honest review.

 

Have you guys visited the little town of Chance, Nebraska, prone to tornados of the weather kind and so much more of the tempestuous kind? Definitely all twisted up and tangled up in the game of love and passion!

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Book two of Erin Nicholas’s Taking Chances series, has Max Grady chasing the storm of his lifetime with Bree McDermott. Adrenaline junkies they may be, but Max is feeling the need to put roots and Bree is all tangled up in inexplicable feelings of passion, care, love and the big commitment of life.

“Tangled Up” is one of those books that had to be read every word to feel the emotions, taste the passion, understand the sublime dynamics of Chance, enjoy the witty dialogues and savor the wholesome love story that Erin Nicholas created with so much care, depth and detail, created in tangent with “Twisted Up”

And this is where her prowess as a writer, a master of imagination and the queen of plotting is seen firsthand. Max and Bree will warm themselves into our hearts as they work out their fears and insecurities between heating up the sheets and cooling off with ice cream!

Do not miss one single line of this love story with its depth of emotions, wealth of family and friends, bucketful of witty banter and topped with hot fudge and cherry of love!

Received an ARC from Montlake Romance via NetGalley for an honest review.

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