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Something Tragic by Jessica Yeh

⭐⭐⭐⭐☆★ There are some books that hold you in a thrall of emotions that they create long after you’ve finished them. You have emotions...

Sparks Fly by Sarah Sanders



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Take every love-at-first-sight movie; add to that every romantic movie of falling head-over-heels in love with someone in a fast forward motion – with all the stomach tingly excitement of new love and new discoveries – and you have this gem of a book. Think Before Sunrise.

Mira is a tourist and Sara is a guide in Paris. The story is narrated as short vignettes, and with each scene, we see the attraction between the women growing into appreciation and more. We enjoyed the use of absurd humour during two rather steamy scenes. In fact, we thoroughly enjoyed the steaminess factor in this one and also the hint of a domme-sub kind of vibe creeping in towards the end. We adored the two MCs and their relationship.

We absolutely loved this novella and strongly recommend it.     

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Between Heaven and Hell (WeHo #14) by Sherryl D. Hancock



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Two parallel storylines in this one. Both the romances are great by themselves, but would’ve been much more engaging if each one had their own book. There was enough material in each of the storylines to make a complete book by itself. Of all sad words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these: it might have been.

One story is of Sinclair Christensen, an undercover cop on the trail of busting a drug cartel. In the line of her undercover work, she meets River, a nurse, and the two get involved. This storyline had us cringing because Sinclair is married. It had us cringing because of the cheating aspect and because River didn’t deserve to be made the Other Woman. She was really nice.

The second story is of Parker Gaines, a K9 handler, retired because of injury. Married for twenty years, Parker’s wife, Michelle (Chelle) has left her for a much younger woman and Parker is in the midst of a divorce. She is assigned as the media liaison person to Talon Valois, a successful out actress, involved a in project for women and children.

Both the stories are interesting and the chemistry between both the couples is palpable. Both the relationships grab you and the group of supportive friends is really sweet.

This is a great read, but still wish that each romance had got its own book.

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