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Review: Love Game (The Matchmaker #3) – Elise Sax

Review: Love Game (The Matchmaker #3) – Elise Sax

*I received a free ARC of Love Game from Random House Publishing via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* Love Game is pretty silly and truly hilarious. It’s the third in the Mtachmaker series, but I still enjoyed it, and felt that the characters made sense. Of course, there are some references made to things that happened in prior books, but it did not make me feel confused. It did make me want to find out what happened to Gladie before the story in Love Game, though. In Love Game, there is a new matchmaker in town, and Zelda is afraid that all her perfect love matches will be destroyed by this strange interloper Luanda. Gladie is lusting after […]

Posted 6 November, 2013 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 0 Comments
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Review: The Cowgirl Ropes a Billionaire (The Cowboys of Chance Creek #4) – Cora Seton

Review: The Cowgirl Ropes a Billionaire (The Cowboys of Chance Creek #4) – Cora Seton

*I received a free ARC of The Cowgirl Ropes a Billionaire from One Acre Press via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* The Cowgirl Ropes a Billionaire is even more humorous than the prior installments in the Chance Creek series! Bella is truly at the end of her rope, her pet shelter is tethering on the edge of bankruptcy when her friend Hannah informs her that she has been chosen for a reality TV show – Can You Beat a Billionaire – where she has a chance of winning 5 million dollars. Evan has signed up as well, even billionaires don’t always have everything they want and need. And in order to keep the reins of his company, he […]

Posted 2 November, 2013 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 0 Comments
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Review: The Cowboy Imports a Bride (The Cowboys of Chance Creek #3) – Cora Seton

Review: The Cowboy Imports a Bride (The Cowboys of Chance Creek #3) – Cora Seton

*I received a free ARC of The Cowboy Imports a Bride from One Acre Press via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* The Cowboy Imports a Bride is in the same vein as The Cowboy’s E-mail Order Bride, it’s hot, fun and has great descriptions of friendship as well as more romantic relationships. I loved getting to know Rob and Morgan, and the fact that even if they are different on many levels, they have struggled with feeling out of place during their whole lives as well. I felt especially sad when reading about Morgan – neither of her parents wanted her; they even hid her from their ‘real’ families and she was raised by her grandparents. I can’t […]

Posted 30 October, 2013 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 0 Comments
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Review: Christmas at Cardwell Ranch (Cardwell Ranch #4) – B. J. Daniels

Review: Christmas at Cardwell Ranch (Cardwell Ranch #4) – B. J. Daniels

*I recieved a free ARC of Christmas at Cardwell Ranch from Harelquin via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* Christmas at Cardwell Ranch is a contemporary romance with some supsense / thriller elements as well. I thought the thriller part of the story was very well done. On Tag’s first night back in Montana, he sees a waitress leaving the bar, without a coat, and she seems drunk. She gets into a car and disappears into the night. And from that moment on, she’s missing. One of her female colleagues go missing as well, and those who could possibly shed some light on these disappearances are unwilling to share. Tag and Lily try to solve the mystery themselves, but […]

Posted 29 October, 2013 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 0 Comments
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Blogtour Review: Rekindled Dreams – Linda Carroll-Bradd

Blogtour Review: Rekindled Dreams – Linda Carroll-Bradd

*I received a free ARC of Rekindled Dreams from Entranced Publishing in exchange of an honest review* Welcome to my stop on the Rekindled Dreams blog tour. Rekindled Dreams is a quick read with both some humorous and some intense moments. It also has some things happening that could very well have been omitted in my opinion, as some scenes really did nothing to move the plot or the story forward. I did get a little frustrated with for example the things that happened between Vena and the Marshall, because it didn’t have anything to do with the overall story-arc, nor did it help me understand Vena. While I did quite enjoy Rekindled Dreams, I also found myself thinking that […]

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Review: Snowbound with the CEO – Shannon Stacey

Review: Snowbound with the CEO – Shannon Stacey

*I received a free ARC of Snowbound with the CEO from Carina Press via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* Snowbound with the CEO is a short but sweet romance, set between the CEO and his executive assistant. They have been lusting for each other for a long time, but neither of them wants to make a go for it, afraid things will become awkward at work if they do. Then, they are in New Hampshire for a very important meeting, but the meeting never happens. Because of the heavy snowfall, the client is stuck in Boston, an Adrian and Rachel are stuck in New Hampshire – all alone, with not much to do, apart from maybe acting out […]

Posted 24 October, 2013 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 0 Comments
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Review: Take Me Home for Christmas (Whiskey Creek #5) – Brenda Novak

Review: Take Me Home for Christmas (Whiskey Creek #5) – Brenda Novak

*I received a free ARC of Take Me Home for Christmas from Harlequin MIRA via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.* Take Me Home for Christmas is yet another nicely done story in the Whiskey Creek series. Approaching Christmas, everything that can go wrong in Sophia’s life does indeed go wrong. On a yacht with her husband, Skip, and their daughter Lexi, off the coast of Rio to celebrate their 13th wedding anniversary, Skip disappears in thin air. As soon as the boat arrives in Rio, Sophia has to talk to the local police, and she soon learns that there is an arrest warrant out for Skip. The FBI shows up in Whiskey Creek around the same time Skip’s […]

Posted 23 October, 2013 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 0 Comments
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Review: Getting Rowdy (Love Undercover #3) – Lori Foster

Review: Getting Rowdy (Love Undercover #3) – Lori Foster

*I received a free ARC of Getting Rowdy from Harlequin via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.* Getting Rowdy is a sinfully delicious romantic mystery/suspense that I devoured in one day! Avery is a really good female character and Rowdy is smoking hot, kind of a womanizer but so protective of the people he cares about it’s impossible not to love him. At the beginning, I really didn’t think there was going to be much of a future for Avery and Rowdy, because they are so different. For Rowdy, a good night means trying to bed Avery, and when she refuses, he finds a replacement – for one night only. For Avery, a good night means having enough work, […]

Posted 22 October, 2013 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 0 Comments
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Review: Crash Into You (Pushing the Limits #3) – Katie McGarry

Review: Crash Into You (Pushing the Limits #3) – Katie McGarry

*I received a free ARC of Crash Into You from Harlequin Teen via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.* If you thought Isaiah was the best bad-boy out there in Pushing the Limits, you’ll adore him in Crash Into You! Of course, bad boy is relative, it has to do with the way people see him more than anything else! Rachel doesn’t really care all that much about appearances, though, especially because it seems like that is the only thing that matters for her family. And her four brothers aren’t really any better than her parents when it comes to that. This might become a very gushing review, because I was so excited when I got an e-mail telling […]

Posted 21 October, 2013 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 0 Comments
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Review: The Iron Traitor (The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten #2) – Julie Kagawa

Review: The Iron Traitor (The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten #2) – Julie Kagawa

*I received a free ARC of The Iron Traitor from Harlequin Teen via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* The Iron Traitor bears it’s name very aptly! And it completely and utterly broke my poor, poor heart. But in a good way. Yeah, my heart can actually be completely be shattered in a good way, it seems, I had no idea that was even possible until I finished The Iron Traitor. Please forgive me for starting with the end – there’s one of those cliffhangers where you just wonder what you just read – and how the heck that can be the last page of the book! But for once, I actually wasn’t upset about the cliffie. Ethan and […]

Posted 17 October, 2013 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 0 Comments
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