Publisher: Loveswept

Review: Play Me Hot – Tracy Wolff

Review: Play Me Hot – Tracy Wolff

Play Me Hot is definitely hot! It also shows a side to both Aria and Sebastian that was different from Play Me Wild. My Play Me Hot review: Sebastian has quickly become a little obsessed with Aria, even if he had promised himself that he would take things slow. Play Me Hot starts wit some very hot sex in his office, and he helps her experience something she’s never even dreamed of before. She always knew she would enjoy someone else taking completely charge, maybe even hurting her a little in the process. However, Sebastian’s control is so strong he manages to push her a lot farther much faster than he had anticipated. He hadn’t quite anticipated just how far he […]

Posted 18 November, 2014 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 2 Comments
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Review: What a Lady Demands – Ashlyn MacNamara

Review: What a Lady Demands – Ashlyn MacNamara

What a Lady Demands is an amazing Historical Romance story, because Cecelia Standford is such an unconventional heroine – and that makes everything that happens even better. My What a Lady Demands review: If you are familiar with my blog, you know that I love reading Historical Romances, but that I kind of loathe reading about virgins… Kind of like an oxymoron, right? Apart from the fact that What a Lady Demands fulfilled my desires – beautiful historical romance story, with a very strong heroine, who is scandalously not a virgin. She’s twenty-three years old, and she knows her way around a male body for sure. Of course, just the fact that the heroine isn’t a virgin isn’t enough for […]

Posted 13 November, 2014 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 17 Comments
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Review: Play Me: Wild – Tracy Wolff

Review: Play Me: Wild – Tracy Wolff

Play me Wild is the first installment in a hot serial about Cole and Aria, and I really enjoyed how Aria was willing to stand up for what was right, even at the cost of her job! My Play Me Wild review: Aria was trying everything she could to stay in control of her life, and it was easy to see that something has happened to her in the past to make her crave solitude and control right now. When a customer at the casino where she works starts to harass a customer, and neither the security guard, nor the dealer are willing to help, Aria steps up. And ends up losing her job. Play Me Wild showed me right […]

Posted 10 November, 2014 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 10 Comments
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Review: Alex (Cold Fury Hockey #1) – Sawyer Bennett

Review: Alex (Cold Fury Hockey #1) – Sawyer Bennett

*I received a free ARC of Alex from Loveswept via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* Ice-hockey, romance, a hard-as nail player and a sweet and tender social worker make Alex a hot and awesome read! My Alex review: When I met my husband, he, like Alex, played professional ice-hockey. And I, like Sutton had no real idea of the game. I quickly adapted though, and now, I’m a huge fan. Reading the story about Alex and Sutton really rang true to me, there’s a lot of pressure on athletes, not only while they actually play, but also outside. At the beginning, though, I wasn’t sure if I’d like the MC at all, he really acted like a total […]

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Giveaway and Blogtour Review: What a Lady Craves – Ashlyn MacNamara

Giveaway and Blogtour Review: What a Lady Craves – Ashlyn MacNamara

*I received a free ARC of What a Lady Craves from Loveswept via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* Welcome to my stop on Loveswept’s What a Lady Craves Blogtour. I have my review to share with you, as well as an excerpt and a tour-wide giveaway. My What a Lady Craves review: Henrietta is the kind of heroine I really love reading about in historical romance novels, and in What a Lady Craves, she is working hard to maintain her façade, especially when her ex-fiancée shows up unexpectedly – hurt, wet and almost drowned. At first, she decides she has to leave her employment as Lady Epperley’s paid companion. She quickly finds herself involved with helping Alexander, though, and […]

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Review: Flirting with Disaster – Ruthie Knox

Review: Flirting with Disaster – Ruthie Knox

*I received a free ARC of Flirting with Disaster from Random House Publishing – Loveswept via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* Flirting with Disaster is quite different from what I expected. Sean is a very sexy geek, he stutters – which is why he refuses to speak when Katie can hear him. Katie is a very strong woman, she has picked up the pieces of her life several times, and come out even stronger afterwards. Very caring, she has trouble figuring out what to do with the rest of her life. With just the right amount of hotness, Flirting with Disaster also has a mystery to solve, as Sean and Katie have to keep rock-star Judah Pratt safe […]

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Review: Chained (Roman Holiday #1) – Ruthie Knox

Review: Chained (Roman Holiday #1) – Ruthie Knox

*I received a free ARC of Chained from Random House Publishing Group / Loveswept via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* Chained is the first part of a e-book series and it certainly has a lot of humor! And a little bit of creepiness, as well as a heroine who doesn’t think things through and a distanced hero. Ashley has chained herself to a palm-tree to stop Roman and his firm from demolishing the only place she’s been happy. She wants to keep her grand-ma’s little rental place on the beach in the Keys, even if her grand-ma sold everything to Roman, specifically saying nothing could happen to it while she was still alive, and that Ashley should not […]

Posted 24 December, 2013 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 9 Comments
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Deep Autumn Heat (Star Harbor #1) – Elisabeth Barrett

Deep Autumn Heat (Star Harbor #1) – Elisabeth Barrett

*I got a free ARC of Deep Autumn Heat from  Loveswept via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.* I am amazed that Deep Autumn Heat is actually a debut book, it is extremely well written, it is packed with action, romance, a little sex, great food and a really great heroine. The hero isn’t so bad either 😉

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