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Could Be Something Good (Timber Falls #1) by Fiona West

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I am lucky enough to get some pretty good books -arcs and freebies- through work. This beauty was one of them. Thank you so much Fiona West for sending me a copy of your book. I loved it!
The Blurb: It was love at first brush-off...
Dr. Daniel Durand wanted Winnie Baker the minute he laid eyes on her. Never mind that she's his attending physician's daughter, can't stand him, and she's a few years older than him. Giving up would've been the smart thing to do when the hot blonde midwife gave him the cold shoulder at the elevators his first week of residency at Santiam, but he never did give up easy. After bonding over early-morning Mexican food, can he convince her that he's just the arm candy she needs for that wedding...and get her to consider one of their own?
Winnie Baker isn’t taking her cousin to another wedding. Her mentor's big day is far too important to miss. And she's not going by herself, not with her ex-boyfriend promising to be in attendance and…

Encircled in Darkness by H.J. Marshall [arc review]

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A few months ago a friend of mine introduced my first HJ Marshall title and I loved it. So of-course, when she told me about her new title I requested it straight away. And boy I'm glad I did!
The Blurb: What if someone crawled into the dark with you and offered you a way out?
I made a deal to save my sister and became ensnared in a world filled with depravity, finding comfort in the dark recesses of my mind. The wicked feelings deep within can overtake you if you’re left without light for too long, and I reveled in the merciless world that equally thrilled and frightened me.
He accepted the darker parts of me, the shame and regret, and made a deal to save me. He brought me back into the light, learning to twist my delights to his will, destroying the shameful fragments that remained. Redeeming me with his touch, he destroyed the pain that tore through my heart.
He was a dangerous man who became my monster and my hero, recognizing the wicked parts of me and welcoming them. Knowing what…

Alpha Night (Psy-Changeling Trinity #4) by Nalini Singh

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Nalini Singh is a force to be reckoned with in the paranormal world. Her series Psy-Changeling Trinity and its original series Psy-Changeling are fabulous works of art. She is no shadow of doubt a master of her craft.

The Summer Deal (Wildstone #5) by Jill Shalvis [arc review]

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Do you read according to seasons? I almost never do. I like my paranormal romances a little too much for that. But, on occasion I get arcs that go with the seasons. This was one of them and it was a very enjoyable read!

Gifting Me To His Best Friend (A Touch of Taboo #2) by Katee Robert [arc review]

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I really liked the first book in the  A Touch of Taboo series and I was looking forward to this one. It was a well put together, quick to read erotica.

Q&A with Sasha Summers, author of Jace

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Hello Sunnies! The lovely Sasha Summers has agreed to join us for a Q&A after my bookclub read her book last month.  Here it is:
Q&A with Sasha Summers!
-  When did you start writing? Was it a hobby at first or did you always wanted to be a writer? I've been writing since I was young - my first play was for Girl Scouts many, many--many--years ago. I didn't start taking it seriously until about 2012. After that, it was my everything.

- When you are not writing what genre do you enjoy reading? And do you have a ’go-to’ author? I read EVERYTHING, honestly. For romance, I love Julia Quinn and Julia London, Jodi Thomas, and Sophie Kinsella. If I hear chatter or a bunch of great reviews, I'll buy the book. I just finished Meg & Jo by Virginia Kantra and really enjoyed it!

- What was the inspiration behind Jace? I'm married to a cowboy who often sings classic country while he's working, so I already had a soft spot for a singing cowboy hero but I'm not sure I would…