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Review: Calmly, Carefully, Completely

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Calmly, Carefully, Completely
Calmly, Carefully, Completely by Tammy Falkner
My rating: 5 of 5 stars  Buying Link —>

Funny, sweet and moving.

This book starts out a bit on the abrasive and heartrending side. But with its very apt title, the story about Reagan and Pete takes us calmly and carefully through a road filled with hope, laughter and happiness leading to complete healing, acceptance and love.

I just can’t get enough of the Reed brothers. They all have different personalities, yet they’re all laid back, funny, perceptive and thoughtful. We get a bit of each in this third installment, but I’ll take Reagan’s words to describe Pete “I can’t help it if you’re made to stare at.”

And Reagan, her past circumstances gave her a vulnerable side, but she’s also strong, honest, straight forward and witty.

“Apparently, my inner goddess is a slut. Yeah, I read Fifty Orgasms.”

There’s also a very touching and important underlying topic encompassed in this book.

“Every woman is someone’s daughter. Someone at home loves her.”

4.5 stars 😀

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Review: Finally Finding Faith

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Finally Finding Faith
Finally Finding Faith by Tammy Falkner
My rating: 5 of 5 stars Buying Link

By the rating you can tell I loved it. It’s short but it’s so full of emotion. Packed with it! You’ll feel the sad and painful parts, but the happy, make-me-laugh-in-public, sexy and hopeful ones are the majority. So the tissues were mostly for happy tears during this wonderful story of finding faith in life.

I truly like the way Tammy writes her characters because she makes them not just likeable, but memorable, hence my delight with the Reed brothers’ cameos.

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March Releases …One click now!!

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Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover

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Twisted (Tangled 2) by Emma Chaseà


Crashed (Driven Trilogy 3) by K. Bromberg

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Off the Record (Record 1) by K.A. Linde
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Until Lilly (Until 3) by Aurora rose Reynolds
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Toxic by (Ruin 2) Rachel Van Dyken
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Clipped Wings by Helena Hunter:

Exiled by Maya Banks:

Sweet Little Thing by Renee Carlino:

Deceiving Lies by Molly McAdams:
Four Years Later by Monica Murphy:

Searching for Beautiful by Nyrae Dawn:


Given by Kelli Maine:
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Take This Man by Kelli Maine:

R.K. Lilley. UP IN THE AIR series

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Up in the Air Series

When I first read the series I was not keen on writing long reviews, yet decent ones. If I had done that, I would have praised these books as they deserved. Better late than never.

Be aware that this is a story with strong sexual content, and BDSM play. In the beginning you will feel it has similarities with other books with kinky billionaires and virginal heroines, but don’t be fooled, this story is different, the characters are developed flawlessly and interactions are realistic, the story has a unique voice.

This is the story of beautiful Bianca and mouthwatering Mr. James Cavendish (a.k.a. Mr. Beautiful). It’s a journey of self discovery, acceptance, growth and finding sexual boundaries.

Bianca is a flight attendant who has a very shy and reserved personality, she meets James in one of her flights. The attraction between them is sizzling from the beginning. He pursues her even while she tries to be indifferent; but she’s in for a surprise because he’s relentless. Bianca has a troubled past, she doesn´t date and when James makes an offer she can´t refuse she decides to start a sexual relationship with him, no strings, no love, just pure kinky sex.

James is a sexy, tortured billionaire. He’s a Dominant and very upfront about his sadistic proclivities in the bedroom. He’s very protective and possessive, as well as caring and tender; he is this perfect mix of dirty and sweet all wrapped up in a mouth-watering package.

“Please, call me James,” he chided me.  He leaned in closer, speaking directly into my ear.  “In private, though, you may call me Mr. Cavendish.”

Bianca has a beautiful relationship with her best friend Stephan, and it’s a refreshing side story. Their interactions are heartwarming and I just loved how protective he is of her.

Regarding the BDSM scene in this book, I truly love the way it’s handled, I felt it was explained  thoroughly. I was able to understand a lot more about what it entitles and the way this is shared between lovers. I did find Mr. Cavendish a bit harsh sometimes and I even cringed with several scenes that I personally found a tiny bit disturbing, but in the end, all of it made Bianca learn to love deeply and free herself from her inner demons.

In order to get their HEA, they go through very rough mishaps, but in the end, everything made it worth it.

I’ll share more quotes, this is the only way you can get a taste of these books, anything else I might say may ruin it for you, but really if you want an amazing read.. Go for it!!!

“Even masochists need lovers. What would a girl like me do without someone like you? Perhaps everyone is good for someone.”

“You are the most perfect fucking thing I’ve ever seen in my life”

“It was hard to remember that we weren’t supposed to feel anything for each other when he looked at me like I was more important than the next breath.”

“I knew I had a problem. I was starting to like that kinky rich bastard.”

I will also talk about the spin-off series Tristan & Danika! Amazing books too.

Review: Falling Into Us

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Falling Into Us
Falling Into Us by Jasinda Wilder

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When I opened this book I only expected one thing: for it to be good. And I wasn’t disappointed, far from it, because it is a wonderful, tear-jerking, heartwarming book. It’s actually more things, but I have neither the words nor the talent to express all the things this book are.

I will say though, that the book’s blurb is a bit misleading. It hints at an emphasis regarding Nell and Becca’s relationship, when I think the book revolves mainly around Jason and Becca, their almost opportunity to get to know each other better, how they grow together physically and emotionally, through good times and really bad ones, to point where there’s only one soul living in two bodies.

I also have a question, which is a tinny bit spoilery but would LOVE to have a novella or excerpt to know what happened to Jason’s photography portfolio, the public one and the private one?

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Pamela Clare

I-Team Series

Nenia Campbell

Emma Chase


J.M. Sevilla

Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

Accidentally Yours Series

A. Meredith Walters

Lori Adams

A.L. Jackson

The Regret Series:

Close to you Series

Review: Fate Book

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Fate Book
Fate Book by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I think it’s time Mimi seriously considers promoting FF&SS (Fast and Funny, Smart, Sexy), especially as a reference to her writing!

I was pretty sure I would like this book before opening it, and even after starting it when I was really sure I had figured out what was going on I loved it. Because when you pick up a romance novel, you’re fairly certain you’ll get a happily ever after, what’s important is how you get to that fairy tale ending.

Mimi’s writing style is both funny and enticing; she sets a pace that has you glued to your favorite reading spot and makes the time fly.

I liked Dakota’s personality and how she matured and faced her Fate. I fell in love with Fate Book’s lust, rock star, tough guy, jock, Prince Charming, and misfit rolled into one male lead.

I laughed at the eclectic film references that ranged from Star Wars to Meet the Family to Twilight and yes, even E.T. which mostly came from Dakota’s smart mouth.

“But what if ET comes by and wants to call his mother?”
“Tell him to fuck off”

I wanted to cry and act out in frustration together with Dakota. I updated my status with so many quotes I liked that I could’ve copied the entire book on it and in the end we learn why this novel is titled Fate Book and I only wish I had more, may be from our alpha male’s POV.

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