Their relationship is a slow burn, one that’s so satisfying in the end, but so hot in the journey. – Smut Matters
The Billionaire Bachelor is a great start to a new series by Jessica Lemmon. I loved Merina and Reese together from the moment she stormed into his office demanding he give up his plan to completely redesign her family’s hotel – Smut Matters
I wish I’d liked this one more. I usually love Kate Meader, but this just didn’t work for me. Which is a shame. I generally love second chance love and enemies-to-lovers, so I thought this one was a given. – Smut Matters
This story was hot, sweet, and oh, so sexy. – Smut Matters
I liked seeing the side of Levi he keeps so hidden. His brothers don’t even know about his preference for kinkier sex, and I liked finding out that he allowed himself some kind of release for all that tension. – Smut Matters
I liked the writing enough to read more of her stuff if I came across it, but I don’t know if I’d seek it out. She did a great job with our main couple, but the rest of the cast was a bit of a mixed bag. – Smut Matters
This wasn’t my favorite book in this series, (that will certainly always be Sleeping With Her Enemy) but I still really enjoyed this book. – Smut Matters
It could have been a really interesting look at how these two differing viewpoints came together and influenced each other. Instead it turned into a completely chauvinistic, condescending view of Chloe’s virginity and how weird and undesirable it made her. – Smut Matters
Trigger Warning – this book deals with a fairly brutal gang rape. It’s described pretty realistically, but only in flashes.
I don’t read a lot of mob books, and while I remember why when I’m reading these, Katee Robert is just so good that I don’t care.