Month: May 2017

Review + Q&A ♥ Shacking Up by Helena Hunting

May 30, 2017 Angela Release Blitz, Reviews, Romance, Romantic Comedy

Review + Q&A ♥ Shacking Up by Helena HuntingShacking Up by Helena Hunting
Published by Swerve on May 30th 2017
Genres: Romance, Romantic Comedy
Pages: 480
four-half-stars

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Ruby Scott is months behind on rent and can’t seem to land a steady job. She has one chance to turn things around with a big audition. But instead of getting her big break, she gets sick as a dog and completely bombs it in the most humiliating fashion. All thanks to a mysterious, gorgeous guy who kissed—and then coughed on—her at a party the night before.

Luckily, her best friend might have found the perfect opportunity; a job staying at the lavish penthouse apartment of hotel magnate Bancroft Mills while he’s out of town, taking care of his exotic pets. But when the newly-evicted Ruby arrives to meet her new employer, it turns out Bane is the same guy who got her sick.

Seeing his role in Ruby’s dilemma, Bane offers her a permanent job as his live-in pet sitter until she can get back on her feet. Filled with hilariously awkward encounters and enough sexual tension to heat a New York City block, Shacking Up, from NYT and USA Today bestselling author Helena Hunting, is sure to keep you laughing and swooning all night long.

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Shacking Up is the first book I’ve read by Helena Hunting, and I picked a good one to start of with. Read More

four-half-stars

About Helena Hunting

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of PUCKED, Helena Hunting lives on the outskirts of Toronto with her incredibly tolerant family and two moderately intolerant cats. She’s writes contemporary romance ranging from new adult angst to romantic sports comedy.



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Audiobook Review ♥ Sweet Filthy Morning After by Christina Lauren

Audiobook Review ♥ Sweet Filthy Morning After by Christina Lauren

Sweet Filthy Morning After is like a quickie audiobook bonus chapter about the morning after that crazy night in Vegas detailed in Sweet Filthy Boy. There are no earth shattering revelations, but it’s nice to have Ansel’s perspective. He’s every bit as sweet and idealistic as you’d expect. The audiobook is so short (30 minutes) that I’m not sure it’s worth buying. However, I borrowed it for free from Hoopla Digital and enjoyed it.

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