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When a Rogue Meets His Match (Greycourt #2) by Elizabeth Hoyt [alc review]

"The second novel in New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Elizabeth Hoyt's Greycourt Series features an enemies-to-lovers romance with her signature blend of captivating characters and sensual romance.

Highland Gladiator (Scots and Swords #1) by Kathryn Le Veque

The title of this gem is so accurate and appropriate that if you were to describe the book in two words it would easily be Highland Gladiator ! 😊

Vows in Name Only (Billionaires of Boston #1) by Naima Simone

Can Naima Simone ever do wrong? If you actually have to ask or wonder what the answer is than you either have not read anything by her before or you just haven't read enough. The answer is obvious and easy: Hell to the No ! I was introduced to the Queen of Smut (aka- @naimasimoneauthor ) in 2018 with  Sin and Ink   and it has been a wonderful ride ever since. I have a favorite of-course: Passion and Ink , but ALL her books are amazing. There is the trademark smut (she does not claim this as a trademark, I do for her, and love it!), there is passion, there is angst, there is swoon worthy romance, and the characters, main and secondary, are all impossible not to love. And that is not a comment just on Vows in Name Only , or only the books mentioned above, but on all her books. 

Quickies October 2020

 Hello Hello Sunnies :) Bellow is the list of books I've read recently that did not get a full review (mostly for lack of time): Hunting for a Highlander (Highland Brides #8) by   Lynsay Sands- 4 Stars I am very much in love with Lynsay Sands historical romances. Everything about it was absolute perfection. They are filled with family love, adventure, humour, and of course, sexy times. Dwyn and Geordie had great chemistry. Dwyn feels out place surrounded by girls dying to 'catch' a Buchanan brother for a husband until a chance encounter with a stranger leaves her wanting for more. Geordie does not know why there are so many woman in his family's place, not to start anyway. But he isn't all that upset about it, the one he met by chance on a tree on his first night home is worth it!  The Archer by   Paulo Coelho- 3 Stars Paulo Coelho is the author that got me into reading. As a young girl I stumbled upon a book of his called  Brida  and fell in love. Brida is a young

Mistletoe in Paradise (Wildstone #5.5) by Jill Shalvis [ALC review]

This was a really short novella but like everything else Jill Shalvis writes, it was a delight!  The Blurb: Problem Number One – Getting There Old childhood friends each fly separately to join their families on what’s been an annual holiday themed yacht adventure. Secret ex-lovers, Hannah and James are determined to make the best of things… Problem Number Two – Getting Stuck. When everyone but Hannah and James gets held up in an airport snarl, it leaves them stuck together for four days, making Hannah’s already problematic trip a whole lot harder to face. Especially because she comes bearing more than just gifts… Problem Number Three -- Falling In Love (again) As the former lovers try to make the best of the Christmas snafu, they soon realize that the best things in life can’t be planned and sometimes love is sweeter the second time around. The Review: 4 Stars I find it hard writing reviews for novellas. I am always afraid I will give the story away since it is so short.  Mistletoe in