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The final book in Lori Foster’s “Body Armor” series is definitely a “Fast Burn”. Bringing Sahara Silver and Brand Berry under one roof is sizzling chemistry and the fiery passion for each other burns the sheets.

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Owner of the elite Body Armor serving sexy and badass MMA fighters as bodyguards, Sahara Silver is one damn savvy business -woman, sexy, intelligent and fearless! But Brand Berry brings out the fears and insecurities along with his special Brand of passion and protection for the woman he’s loved for a while.

Two amazing characters scorching the pages and with Lori Foster as the narrator, with enough suspense, drama and supporting characters, “Fast Burn” is a winner all the way!

Received an ARC from Harlequin via NetGalley for an honest review.

Delores Fossen is a cool writer of cowboys, their Texas-sized hearts and of course, “Texas-Sized Trouble”, they always seem to land into in the matters of love.

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Lawson Granger has his hands full delivering the baby of his once-upon-a-time sweetheart Eve Cooper, even as he tries to analyze why he let her go eighteen years ago. But now that she’s back on the ranch, setting roots for her newborn and her daughter, literally being his neighbor sure is a kick in the butt and a bullet to his heart…. realizing he never ever got over her.

Leaving stardom and fame, Eve Cooper wants to have a stable family, mend fences with her daughter, and raise her newborn within the security of her hometown. Her feelings for Lawson were never erased, but she has secrets and nightmares that give her sleepless nights and a fear of the future when all is revealed

With another round of romance, secrets, family dynamics, “Texas-Sized Trouble” is worth all the trouble of reading and enjoying this story by Delores Fossen.

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

I always enjoy reading Lori Foster! There’s something so very charming and captivating about her heroes and heroines, interesting plots and the crossover/spin off series are always my favorite.

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As much as I love her books, her latest release “Close Contact”, somehow lacked her special trademark of chemistry and vibes. MMA fighter Miles Dartman’s path crosses that of Maxi Nevar and after one passionate night between the sheets go their own ways. Now fate brings them together, as Maxi’s life is in danger from an unknown threat and he’s tasked with the job of protecting her.

Staying under one roof at the ranch that Maxi had inherited, old feelings are renewed, sparks are fanned to passion and love becomes the very air that they breathe. It’s a good plot, but lacked conviction and interest and somehow I did not see that chemistry between Miles and Maxi. I was more interested in Sahara Silver and Brand Berry!

Then again this is Lori Foster, and I am a bit biased and one read is given for “Close Contact”.

Received an ARC from Harlequin via NetGalley for an honest review.

If I thought “From Manhattan With Love”, was a fabulous love story of Felicity Knight and Seth Carlyle, wait until you read her twin sister, Harriet Knight’s walk into the sunset with her doctor Ethan Black…it’s just stunning!!!!

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Sarah Morgan’s latest and up coming, “Moonlight Over Manhattan” is just as magical and mystical as the festive Christmas time in the Big Apple. The kindest, the sweetest, and the shy Harriet Knight wants to go through the “Challenge Harriet” and go beyond her comfort zone, a challenge that lands her in the ER and to the existence of ER doctor Ethan Black.

Circumstances and a dog bring Harriet and Ethan under one roof, long conversations and dog training brings them close, and the attraction and lust brings them under the same covers. But the beauty of this love story is in the conversations, the brilliant chemistry between Ethan and Harriet, the emotional and kind interactions between Harriet and her world of people, and the courage and empathy of making new friends as Ethan and Harriet navigate the delicate lanes of love and relationship.

“Moonlight Over Manhattan” is a must read to savor the magic of romance, the mysteries of relationship, the spectrum of fears and insecurities, and the support of friendship and family. Words and reviews don’t do justice, and make sure every word is read to enjoy this beautiful love story.

Received an ARC from Harlequin via NetGalley for an honest review.

The saga continues with Silver Springs and the men of New Horizons Boys Ranch, as love seems to spring in the air giving each of these good men a well-deserved partner and a future.

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With her entire life torn apart by her murderous husband, Savannah Gray returns to her hometown of Silver Springs to start fresh and keep her kids away from the shadows of an evil father, renovating her childhood house and making a home, right where she belongs.

Abandoned as a child and with New Horizons giving him a new lease of life, Gavin Turner knows very well the trauma of starting over and finding oneself, to give an identity to self and set some roots with family, and Savannah and her kids kindle in him feelings of desire, family and a future.

Another well crafted story of pain and betrayal, abandonment and loss, love and support, family and friends. Savannah’s character will bring tears to your eyes, and Gavin’s kindness and big heart gives hope that there’s enough good to out weigh the bad. “Right Where We Belong” is a skillful narration of a beautiful story of second chances, happiness, faith and hope.

Received an ARC from Harlequin via NetGalley for an honest review.

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