Monday, September 30, 2019

Release + Review - Perfectly Adequate - Jewel E.Ann

“Another brilliantly written winner. Do yourself a favor and pick this one up, you will not regret it.” —Kate Stewart, USA Today bestselling author 

Perfectly Adequate, an all-new must-read romantic comedy from Jewel E. Ann, is available now! 

Dr. Elijah Hawkins needs … something. 
After his wife jumps headfirst into a midlife crisis, he’s left with his young son, Roman, and a lot of unanswered questions. 

That something turns out to be a someone—Dorothy Mayhem, nursing student, patient transporter, reckless driver, and emu owner. 

Dorothy studies humans, the neurotypical kind, through books and television. Then she emulates their behavioral patterns to fit in with her peers.

But nothing can prepare her for Dr. Elijah Hawkins. 

Single dad. 
Brilliant pediatric oncologist. 
And the sexiest doctor at the hospital. 

When his failed attempts at asking her out turn into a string of playdates with his son, Dorothy finds herself unexpectedly enamored with the boy and his father. 

And that’s a problem, a huge one, because Elijah’s ex-wife is a famous plastic surgeon—and Dorothy’s idol. 

Perfectly Adequate is a beautiful, hilarious, and heart-felt journey along the “human” spectrum. 

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“a different kind of heroine, 3 stars”

I have read many books where a main character is on the spectrum or so highly intelligent that they miss normal social ques and loved them. So, I thought I would highly enjoy Perfectly Adequate, and I did don’t get me wrong. But I didn’t love it like I thought I would. I had no problem setting the book down and was less than completely impressed. It wasn’t even the heroine’s fault. I didn’t care for the hero and his ex left a very less than pleasant taste in my mouth. I spent more time setting the book aside out of annoyance because of those two then I did actually reading.  If you take a chance on Perfectly Adequate I hope you enjoy it. It’s not a bad story, just not my cup of tea.

Eli thought he had the perfect life. He’s a well-respected doctor who was married to another well respected doctor and they had the perfect son. Until she changed her mind. He’s spent the better part of a year trying to get her back when Dorothy catches his eye. There is something about her that pulls him in. But when his ex starts making waves about wanting him back will he go back to the woman he spent just shy of two decades with or will he move on with someone else?

Dorothy has Asperger’s and is working as a hospital transporter while going to nursing school. She’s one of those who keeps jumping from profession to profession because she likes to learn and doesn’t like to settle. Everyone in the hospital knows who Eli and his ex are, they were the power couple. And Eli’s ex is basically Dorothy’s idol. There’s no way someone of Eli’s caliber would be interested in her right? Will Dorothy take a chance on the good doctor and his son? Only one way to find out.

Plot-4/5 Characters-3/5 Heat-3/5 Writing style- 3/5 Overall- 3/5


“You can call me Eli.” 
She swallows hard. “I don’t actually think I can.” 
“Why not?” I force my gaze away from her mouth. 
The second our eyes meet, she averts her attention to her feet. “Because you’re half of the Hathaway-Hawkins duo.” 
This is a new one to me. “I’m divorced.”
“I know. I …” She makes an attempt to look at me, but her attention shifts to my temple then maybe my ear. “I mean you’re a brilliant doctor, and Dr. Hathaway is too—so brilliant. God, she’s just phenomenal. Like there are no words. But still … you change the lives of young children. You save them. You’re what every young person entering the medical field can only dream of becoming. You’ve earned the title. I can’t call you by your name. It’s too personal. I don’t know … almost intimate.” 
She has Julie on a really high pedestal. Me? Down a few pegs. Sounds about right for my life at the moment. It’s not that Julie doesn’t deserve to be on the pedestal. No matter how much I hate her, I still love her. And her skills as a pediatric plastic surgeon are unmatched. She deserves Dorothy’s admiration. 
But I don’t want to talk about medicine, accolades, and saving lives. I know … I know … how terrible of me. Sorry, but I need something for myself. Something personal and maybe a little selfish.
Definitely intimate. 
“I don’t need a babysitter for Roman.” 
She jerks her head back, giving me her full attention, eyes squinted, gaze locked to mine. “What?” 
I trap my top lip between my teeth, drowning in coconuts as my heart races, sending ample blood to all regions of my body. God … I just want—need—to kiss her. 
“Oh jeez …” She shakes her head, closing her eyes for a breath. “You invited me to dinner to … flirt.” Her eyes open to their widest point. 
A tiny laugh escapes me. I can’t help it. Everything about this woman feels like a rebirth. “I invited you to dinner because Roman really likes you. And I just can’t thank you enough for all that you’ve done for him. You’re so generous.”  
Gah! I suck at this! 
What is my problem? Yes. The answer is yes! Yes, Dorothy, I invited you over to flirt, maybe even kiss. And other things … 
“Oh.” She takes a step backward, stumbling a bit as the front door catches her, and more embarrassment tints her cheeks. “Well, now I feel stupid. Yes, of course you invited me here because Roman likes me. Duh. Now I just look like an idiot for assuming you wanted to flirt with me. And really, no need to thank me. My generosity is selfish. It makes me feel good to do nice things. That’s all. And really, you’ve bought me coffee and made me dinner again. It’s like I should be thanking you again. But that’s probably weird. So … I’ll just go now.”  
Really, really weird shit goes through my mind as she fidgets. Dr. Hawkins is nowhere to be found. Neither is Roman’s dad. Raging-puberty-hormones Eli Hawkins invades my head—both of them really. And I just want to kiss Dorothy. That’s the PG version of my thoughts. Most of them are R-rated. Worse than the R-rating. All I can think about are the ways Dorothy and I can be generous with each other, leading to never-ending thank-you’s that don't involve stationary, replacement scrubs, superhero capes, pasta dinners, lunch boxes … or clothing. 
 “Should we call it even? No more thank-you’s,” I suggest. 
“Okay.” She lifts her gaze, eyes going a little cross-eyed like her focus is centered on the bridge of my nose. 
“Okay.” I release a slow breath, but it does very little to relax all of my body. “Can I ask your age?” I’m not sure why I’ve been so chicken about asking her age. I think it worries me that she’s too young, and I’ll feel like a dirty old man having really inappropriate thoughts about her. 
“I’m thirty. Why?” 
“You just look young.” 
“I wear massive amounts of sunscreen.” 
I nod slowly. 
Just kiss her, you big chicken!
What if she doesn’t want to be kissed by me? Or flirt with me? I internally laugh at the memory of her comment and at myself for being just as awkward. Why does something so simple have to be so complicated? 
“I have a forty-five-minute drive home.” 
And school the next day. Where is my head?
Oh, that’s right …
“Of course. I’m sorry. I lost track of time.” 
“Okay.” She smiles. 
I love her okay’s. They feel like more than the average okay. 
“I’ll walk you out.” 
“Have you not closed all of your rings?” She holds up her wrist, signaling to her watch. 
I chuckle. “All rings were closed hours ago.” 
“We could track each other. Share our rings. Did you know that?” 
Rings. Kisses. Trips to the on-call room for sex. 
For the love of God … get your shit together, Elijah!
“Never mind. That’s weird.” She shakes her head, rolling her eyes at herself just before opening the door and scurrying ten steps ahead of me. Her pace gains momentum with the hill of my driveway. 
My long strides catch up to her at the bottom of it. She looks both ways and bolts across the street to her car, clicks the locks, and opens her door. 
“Dorothy Mayhem … you’re killing me.” 
She turns just before ducking into the driver’s seat. 
“What do you mean?” 
Resting my hands on my hips, I drop my chin in defeat and stare at my untied gray canvas shoes. “What if I did ask you to dinner tonight to … flirt?” I glance up, digging my teeth into my bottom lip on a slight cringe. 
Her body remains stoic as her eyes shift from side to side, like she’s been caught on a hidden camera. “Well … then I wore the wrong outfit.” She refuses to look me in the eye. 
“I think you look amazing.” 
“Yes. But this is a playdate outfit. Maybe even one I’d wear to apply for a babysitter position. It’s fun, but wholesome. Practical and safe.” 
I just want to spend one day in her head. Everything about her fascinates the hell out of me. The curiosity gives me such a high. 
“Tell me about your flirting outfit.” 
“Well …” She clears her throat, keeping her focus on the big hill leading out of my development. And of course … her cheeks are perfectly flushed as she talks to the wind. “Since Romeo was involved, I would have chosen my red dress with white stripes. It hits just below my knees, but it’s strapless. And I would have worn my blue cardigan with it and matching blue wedge sandals with straps that tie around my ankles. Flirty … but appropriate for young eyes.” 
“And if Roman wouldn’t have been here tonight?”  I stare at the side of her head, wondering if she’ll look at me again before driving home. 
She narrows her eyes. “I would have taken off the cardigan after you invited me into your house.” 
The picture she paints in my head does all kinds of wicked things to me. Why imagining her in a striped strapless dress has such a physical effect on me is a mystery. It’s not like she suggested showing up wearing nothing but high heels and a trench coat. Dorothy Mayhem possesses her own brand of seduction, and I’m completely entangled in every part of it. 
“And in this scenario, would you have kissed me after I walked you to your car?” 
She turns completely red. I feel certain even her toes hidden in those blue shoes have to be red. “You’re making fun of me.” 
Her comment knocks me back a good ten steps, even if my body remains right next to her. Why would she say that? 

About Jewel 
Jewel is a free-spirited romance junkie with a quirky sense of humor.

With 10 years of flossing lectures under her belt, she took early retirement from her dental hygiene career to stay home with her three awesome boys and manage the family business. 

After her best friend of nearly 30 years suggested a few books from the Contemporary Romance genre, Jewel was hooked. Devouring two and three books a week but still craving more, she decided to practice sustainable reading, AKA writing. 

When she’s not donning her cape and saving the planet one tree at a time, she enjoys yoga with friends, good food with family, rock climbing with her kids, watching How I Met Your Mother reruns, and of course…heart-wrenching, tear-jerking, panty-scorching novels.

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Release + Review - Hating the Boss - Kristen Granata

One night.
That’s all it was supposed to be.
Imagine my surprise when Mr. Sexy in a Suit breezed through the door on the first day of school.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet my new boss.
Not only does he instantly recognize me, but he accuses me of stealing something valuable from him the morning I walk-of-shamed out of his apartment.
When bullying me into a confession doesn’t work, he turns my life into a living nightmare – as if that will coax me into returning what I supposedly stole.
But this is my school, and the only thing I’ll be returning is payback.
Game. On.
There’s only one problem. I wanted him before I hated him, and even now, a part of me still wants him. Somehow, through all of our fighting, through the anger and the pranks, I think I’m falling in love with the enemy.

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Hating the Boss is a standalone light hearted Rom-com that caught my attention from the start; adulting thrown out the window I read this book in 1 sitting. 

Heading out the bar and celebrating her divorce was the last thing Raegan wanted to do, especially when there were balloons were involved. Jaxon was out celebrating too, a big promotion and taking Raegan home was the best reward; except when a family heirloom disappears. 

Raegan and Jaxon meet again in a very unexpected way and when fingers are pointed, their pranks step up a whole new level. 

When the dust settles and truth comes out, will there be a chance for them?   

Granata is a new to me author and I couldn’t resist when I read the blurb; I personally enjoyed reading this book and nothing beats a well-done Rom-Com. I look forward to reading more from Granata in the future.

Star Ratings; Plot: 5/5  Characters: 5/5  Heat: 5/5  Writing Style: 5/5  Overall: 5/5

Author Bio:
Kristen Granata is a teacher by day, and an (exhausted) author by night. Known for writing emotional New Adult Romance, she loves creating realistic, flawed characters who struggle through the darkest parts of life and come out stronger on the other side. Kristen is a self-proclaimed "bitter cynic trapped in a hopeless romantic's body." Her characters pack a sarcastic punch, make you laugh, make you think, make you ugly cry - and they will always live happily ever after. If you're a lover of moving, inspirational reads, Kristen's your girl.

Kristen was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1986. She moved to Staten Island with her family and lived there for almost twenty years. There she attended community college and became a teacher. Despite her passion for writing, and despite her professors strongly suggesting she become a writer, she took the more sensible route (bitter cynic, remember?) After going through a difficult divorce when she was only twenty-nine, Kristen returned to writing. The raw story that poured out of her led her to publish her debut novel, Collision, in March of 2018. Soon after in August 2018, the sequel, Avoidance, was published. Her third novel, The Other Brother, released in April 2019.

Kristen openly shares her mental health struggles with depression and anxiety with her Instagram following. Her message is a beacon of hope to anyone who is suffering: You are not alone. She delicately weaves this theme into her writing, and demonstrates the ability of love to heal trauma.

When she's not teaching or writing, Kristen is reading, Instagramming, indulging in her messy love affair with popcorn, and annoying her wife and step-daughters by incessantly singing along to The Greatest Showman soundtrack.

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Friday, September 27, 2019

Release+review-Desperatley Seeking Landloed-Micalea Smeltzer

Title: Desperately Seeking Landlord
Author: Micalea Smeltzer
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: September 27, 2019


It was just supposed to be a fling.
It would end and we’d go our separate ways.
I should know by now nothing in my life is ever that simple.

When Jamie Miller knocks on my door ten months after we ended our …  whatever it was, I promptly punch him in his smug face, for no other reason than I feel like it and he deserves it.

It’s probably not the best way to handle things, but I’ve never been good at doing things properly.

When he tells me he’s my new landlord, my whole world is rocked.

But Jamie? He wants to prove to me he’s more than an egotistical jerk and for some reason he’s decided he wants me.

I don’t think love is in the cards for me, and definitely not with Jamie, but he’s determined to prove me wrong.




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Twist I didn’t see, 5 stars”

Okay, I’ll be honest I wasn’t a Jamie fan before going into Desperately Seeking Landlord because of his actions is Desperately Seeking Roommate. The guy was scummy, but in Desperately Seeking Landlord my opinion has completely morphed. Smeltzer turned Jamie into the unredeemable guy to someone who blew me away. Then you have Miranda who just rolled with it. She didn’t let her best friend influence her decision to be with him and I loved it.
Jamie thought he knew love once upon a time, but it was all a lie. Now he’s slightly jaded with a full plate. Sometimes he finds a release with a willing woman but since Miranda he doesn’t want anyone else. Will he be able to convince her he’s worth a shot? Will he be able to get over being hurt in the past? Only one way to tell.
Miranda didn’t expect for Jamie to show up at her house and give her the news that he’s her new landlord. Then when she runs into him again, she gets a shock. Will she be able to roll with the punches Jamie brings her way? One thing is for sure she won’t be able to deny Jamie.
Writing style- 5/5

“I have to get whatever this is out, before it moves again, so … watch out.”
Before I have the chance to contemplate running into the living room and dive bombing onto the couch, he pulls the tile down, and dust explodes everywhere.
Coughing, from the onslaught of insulation falling out I jolt when something smacks into my chest.
I scream, ready to lodge the thing off of me when I hear the tiniest, most pitiful meow.
“It’s a kitty!” I exclaim in surprise. It comes out sounding more like kittaaay. I see big blue eyes and dusty oatmeal fur before I hug the kitten to my neck.
Jamie steps off the toilet lid, sets down the tile he cut out, and rubs drywall dust and insulation from his hair. “A cat?”
“A kitten.” I hold out the fluffy furball proudly so he can see. “My ceiling gave birth.”
He frowns at the kitten. “It’s dirty.”
“She’s perfect,” I croon, cuddling the squirming kitten to my chest. I don’t even know if it’s a girl, but it feels like she is.
“You’re not keeping the cat, Miranda,” he growls in warning. “Animals are not allowed.”
I jut my bottom lip out. “I should get special privileges. I am fucking the landlord.” I wink at him while petting the kitten on the top of her fluffy head. To the cat I say, “How’d you even get up in my ceiling?”
Jamie sighs, scrubbing his hands down his jaw. “Its mom probably got on the roof somehow and this one got separated.”
I hold the fluffy puff out at arm’s length. “You can be the Beta to my Alpha. The Fettuccine to my Alfredo. Ooh, that should be your name, Fettuccine.”
Jamie groans. “You’re not keeping it.”
“No, of course not,” I assure him. “I’ll take her to the animal shelter tomorrow.”
He doesn’t believe me. He’s right to be wary. No way am I willingly giving up this cat. It feels like some sort of sign. If a kitten falls from your ceiling, clearly it’s chosen you, right? The wand chooses the wizard, after all, so can’t the cat choose the cat lady?
“I promise,” I tell him, crossing the fingers of my left hand behind my back. “Fettuccine will be out of here before you know it.”
Sure, I won’t be able to keep this a secret forever, but hopefully I can come up with a way to persuade him later.
His eyes narrow and I hope to God my nose isn’t twitching, because I’m in deep shit if it is.
“You shouldn’t name it. Names lead to attachment.”
“You shouldn’t call me sweetheart. Nicknames show a kind of fondness,” I mock playfully.
He leans his head back, looking up at the ceiling as if he’s begging it for answers.
“Between you, Toby, and my mom, I’m headed to an early grave.” I grin widely at him as he lowers his head and looks at me. “What?” he asks with confusion.
“You called him Toby.”
“Dammit,” he curses, bending to move the tile out of the way. “Don’t tell him I slipped up.”
Petting the cat, I lean my hip against the counter. “Ooh, blackmail. I won’t tell if you let me keep the cat.”


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Hi. I’m Micalea. Ma-call-e-uh. Weird name, I know. My mom must’ve known I was going to be odd even in the womb. I’ve written a lot of books. Like a lot. Don’t ask me how many, I don’t remember at this point. I have an unhealthy addiction to Diet Coke but I can’t seem to break the habit. I listen to way too much music and hedgehogs have taken over my life. Crazy is the word that best sums up my life, but it’s the good kind of crazy and I wouldn’t change it for anything.


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Release+teview-The unexpected plan-Leddy Harper

The UnEXpected plan, an all-new standalone Romance by Leddy Harper is NOW LIVE!

He was only supposed to make my ex jealous...not make me fall in love with him. 
When I discovered that my boyfriend had cheated on me with his assistant, and then left me for her, my friends and I devised a plan—to make him pay. 
It was simple. 
It was foolproof. 
Or so I thought. 
Corbin Fields was my best friend’s older brother; he was also part of my revenge plan. It was brilliant...until the unexpected happened. 
I was supposed to be getting over my ex...
Not getting under my best friend’s brother.

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The Unexpected Plan is a standalone revenge romance that leads to Brooklyn falling for her best friends’ brother.

Brooklyn had her life planned out, she had the perfect guy, perfect plan of how it was going to go; when she is dumped out of the he is determined to get him back. When they enlist Corbin her BFF’s brother to help her, she is all about the prize outcome. When feelings start to get mixed up and the line of friends start to disappear Brooklyn and Corbin have a different plan. But will lying to her BFF cost her a life long friendship?

I personally found this story frustrating, Brooklyn didn’t want to move on, she was obsessed; when she enlisted Corbin’s help, she sounded even more desperate which came off as a bad trait in the character. Corbin is a workaholic who is very easily lead by his sister into doing things he doesn’t want to do.

While this isn’t my favourite Harper story, I look forward to more in the future.

Star Ratings; Plot: 3/5  Characters: 3/5  Heat: 3/5  Writing Style: 3/5  Overall: 3/5

About Leddy Harper
Leddy Harper had to use her imagination often as a child. She grew up the only girl in a house full of boys. At the age of fourteen, she decided to use that imagination and wrote her first book, and never stopped. 
She often calls writing her therapy, using it as a way to deal with issues through the eyes of her characters.
She is now a mother of three girls, leaving her husband as the only man in a house full of females. 
The decision to publish her first book was made as a way of showing her children to go after whatever it is they want to. Love what you do and do it well. Most importantly Leddy wanted to teach them what it means to overcome their fears.

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Release+review-Royal Blue-Megan Lowe

Royal Blue, Sovereigns of Savannah book one, by Megan Lowe is LIVE!! One-click today for half price!

Having the status of a king or queen or a member of their family.
Cerulean Tremont and her sisters rule Forest Park Academy. They bow to no one.
Harley St. James has never faced an opponent on or off the field he cannot defeat.
What happens when the stubborn meets the determined?
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“We bow to no one, 5 stars”

Cerulean Tremont runs the school. She’s the head of the Sovereigns of Savannah and you best not forget it. The only people she needs are her sisters and no one else. And guys like Harley St. James are nothing but a waste of time for girls like her. But what if there is more to him then what meets the eye? Is her actually worth her time and effort?
Harley St. James is new to the school but instantly makes his way to the top thanks to his talents on the football field. When he catches a glimpse of Cerulean he knows its game over. He’s never backed down from a challenge and doesn’t know how to lose, he won’t start now that its Cerulean on the other side of the winner’s circle. Will he be able to convince her he’s worth a shot?
Royal Blue is my first Lowe book and I loved it. I loved how strong the Tremont sisters are without belittling and tearing others down unless needed. Harley is just as strong headed and doesn’t want to change Cerulean, he just wants her to make a little room for him. If you take a chance on Royal Blue, I think you will enjoy these two and the battle they fight. I cannot wait to see what Lowe does with the rest of the series.
Writing style-5/5

Thursday, September 26, 2019

Release+review-The Plus Ones-Kayley Loring


Title: The Plus Ones

Author: Kayley Loring

Genre: Contemporary Romance/Steamy Romantic Comedy

Release Date: September 26, 2019


Love changes people.

I’m the first to admit that I, Keaton Bridges, used to be an immature, entitled ass.

Okay, maybe I’m the second to admit it—after Roxy Carter.

That loudmouth.

But I’ve seen what true love has done for my friends, and I want it for myself.

Somehow, I’m the only single guy left.

Somehow, she’s the only single girl.

The only time Foxy Roxy hasn’t been a loudmouth?

That time we were making out at our best friends’ wedding.

And every time we’ve seen each other in the five years since then,

because she refuses to talk about it.

Well, she’s going to have to talk to me now.

It’s the dead of winter, and our six best friends were planning a getaway

at a Caribbean couples-only resort.

One of the couples had to drop out, and I refuse to be left out in the cold.

All Roxy and I have to do is pretend to be in love for one week so we can

spend some much-needed time with our favorite people.

And all I have to do is pretend I’m not dying to kiss her again.


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 Romance at it's best! What happens when two people who despise each other are thrown together? This book explores this in an interesting way.

I loved the plot of this book. When you have a core group of friends, there is usually the one person you like least but put up with for your friends. What if you also maybe had a minor attraction to them? Well we shall see.

I loved the characters and heat. The characters developed well, dealing with their issues internally and with each other. The writing style was great. I loved the dual point of view. 

In conclusion, I have to go back and read the other couples books. I need more from this world. 

Plot: 5/5
Characters: 5/5
Heat: 5/5
Writing style: 5/5
Overall: 5/5

Before writing steamy romantic comedy novels, Kayley Loring got a BFA in creative writing from a Canadian university and had a fifteen-year career as a screenwriter in Los Angeles (under a different name). She mostly wrote PG-13 family comedies that studios would pay her lots of money for and then never make into movies. In 2017 she decided to move to the Pacific Northwest and write about all the fun stuff that she wasn't allowed to write about in those PG-13 scripts. Now she’s breathing cleaner air and writing dirtier words. It’s an adjustment she’s happily getting used to.







Release+review-Love Me Tomorrow-Maria Luis

Put A Ring On It – Book 3
By Maria Luis
Release Day – Sept 26

They call her America’s Sweetheart.
And me? I’m the so-called “inked god” she dumped on TV. 

I’ve tried to forget her. I’ve tried to move on. 

Until I discover that her family is opening a new restaurant next to my tattoo parlor. 

If I were a gentleman, I’d offer my congratulations and go my own way.
If I were a gentleman, I’d let her be . . . but I’m not

Savannah Rose may claim I’m nothing more than a friend, but that slight hitch in her breath whenever I get too close says that America’s sweetheart is nothing but a liar.

All it takes is one scorching kiss, and I vow in her ear: “You’re going to beg, Savannah. Beg me to touch you, beg me to give you more, and if you’re real good, maybe I’ll do it all over again before you have to beg for that too.” 

I’m no gentleman.
But Savannah Rose? She’s no one’s sweetheart but mine.

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“Finding love, 5 stars”

I have been reading the Put a Ring on It series since the very start and when I came across Love Me Tomorrow and realized it was Savannah’s story I was ridiculously happy. I love a good opposites attract with a side of taboo story and that’s exactly what Love Me Tomorrow is, but not in the way your thinking. Luis wrote us a story with a little bachelorette feel and a whole lotta class. I loved it. If you take a chance on Love Me Tomorrow, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
Savannah has let her parents control most aspects of her life. It’s just what being a Rose entails. She signed up for the show to be with her sister who was also participating but what she didn’t expect was her sister to back out of the contract and leave her to do it on her own. When Owen steps out she knows she has to send him home no matter how badly she wants him. Because they have a past and not the kind you think. Months later when she comes home, she’s thrust back into his orbit and there is no more denying what or who she wants. Will she get the guy or is it too late?
Owen has wanted Savannah since he met her, but life and people have been standing in his way. He’s one of those guys who goes after what he wants, and he’s done waiting around for Savannah. Will he get the girl or will he push too far? Is she everything and more than he thought? Only one way to find out.
I loved Owen and Savannah. I was cheering them on hard. So, you have these two amazing characters who suck you into the story and then you have the secondary characters who *sigh*. You see the previous couples from the Put a Ring on It series and you meet some new. I cannot wait to see if Luis writes Savannah’s sisters story and boy do I hope she does. One thing is for sure you cannot go wrong with Love me Tomorrow.
Writing style- 5/5


Maria Luis is the author of sexy contemporary romances, though she may or may not have a few historical romances hiding in the cobwebs of her computer.

When she's not writing about strong men and the sassy women who sweep them off their feet, Maria is a historian who specializes in medieval England and 19th century New Orleans. What do the two eras have in common, you ask? Not much, except for disease, scandalous activities and crime--Maria's favorite topics. 
Maria lives in New Orleans with her better half, where she can generally be found hiking with her two dogs, Zeus and Athena, kayaking in Louisiana's inter-coastal waterways, or curled up on the couch with a good book.