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Relaunch Mission By Robyn Bachar

Robyn Bachar offers a complicated, well-presented future world with a lot of detail both in the physical and political aspects. We’re introduced to it gradually through action, so there’s time to absorb the history and how it impacts the present. … Continue reading

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Wild & Sweet by Rhenna Morgan

I don’t usually read novels by the same author so close together because I start to see the style patterns more than the stories, but I enjoyed Rough & Tumble so much I wanted more time in that world. First, … Continue reading

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Single Malt by Layla Reyne

I’ll admit I chose to read this novel based on the blurb without realizing it was a male-male romance. I haven’t read very many as that’s not my thing, but once I realized, I decided to go ahead anyway, a … Continue reading

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Rough & Tumble by Rhenna Morgan

I wasn’t sure what to expect with this story, but the blurb made me curious enough to try. What I found was hard people rising above difficult beginnings who choose to join together and make something good of themselves and … Continue reading

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Courting the Cowboy by Carolyne Aarsen

This is a sweet story of recovery from tragedy and finding yourself in the aftermath. A quick read, I was surprised to find it includes some major issues and the consequences of living through them, but they’re well handled. Ella … Continue reading

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