Category: ARC

ARC Review – Entice by Stacey Lynn

ARC Review – Entice by Stacey Lynn

Posted May 12, 2015 by smutmatters in ARC, Contemporary, Reviews / 0 Comments

Entice by Stacey Lynn Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform on March 19th 2015 Genres: Erotica Pages: 246 Format: eBook Goodreads Amazon, Barnes & Noble I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Laurie Baker is at a critical point in her life. She has a big decision to make, and a week-long conference in Chicago, so she heads to the Windy City prepared to for some serious soul-searching. What she’s not prepared for is Liam Parker. He’s staying at the same hotel, also for a work conference, and after a meet-cute in the lobby, both are hit with a pretty serious case of insta-lust. They spend most of their non-working time together, not leaving the hotel. By the time Laurie goes home, she feels a little more settled, but […]

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ARC Review – Back in Play by Lynda Aicher

ARC Review – Back in Play by Lynda Aicher

Posted May 9, 2015 by smutmatters in ARC, Contemporary, Reviews / 0 Comments

Back in Play by Lynda Aicher Series: Power Play #2 Published by Carina Press on May 11th 2015 Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Sports Pages: 256 Format: eBook Goodreads Amazon, Barnes & Noble For Minnesota Glaciers captain Scott Walters, skating on a bum knee—and self-medicating to keep skating on it—is all part of the game. That the painkillers he’s eating prevent him from having meaningful relationships is just one more sacrifice in a lifetime of them. He’s worked too hard to let his image be ruined by injury or dependency, so he hides the pain and fakes the rest—a girlfriend would only complicate matters.High school teacher Rachel Fielding never needed a man in her life, but she also never intended to grow old alone. When she meets Scott while visiting her brother, she’s intrigued to find herself wanting him in her bed. For hours at a time, as often as possible. Scott is […]

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