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I think most romance readers will enjoy Bailey and Jake. It’s a quick read, and if you’re new to Melissa Blue like I was, it’s a good entry into her backlist. -Smut Matters
This book was funny and light, even considering the heavy internal issues Tess and Cole deal with, and it was what I’ve come to expect from Avery Flynn. -Smut Matters
There’s Pictionary that Jo accidentally makes R-rated, meddling grandparents, brothers that try their best, and as always in a Jackie Lau book, food. So much food. -Smut Matters
There wasn’t one thought Nina had that I haven’t had myself, and seeing myself reflected in Nina, in all her awkward, introverted glory, was a relief. I may be XXX years old, but sometimes I still feel like that kid hiding in the school bathroom at lunch so I can read in peace. -Smut Matters
Wow. That was my first thought when I finished this book. Just… wow. -Smut Matters
The writing itself was excellent, as always, and this group of friends is always fun to revisit. But, wow, that whole last few chapters almost ruined it for me. -Smut Matters