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Audiobook Review ♥ Beneath This Mask by Meghan March

Audiobook Review ♥ Beneath This Mask by Meghan March

Audiobook review. I’m not a huge fan of audiobooks. Narrators’ voices can grate on my nerves, my mind wanders so I have to constantly rewind, and the pacing frustrates me. I can read a book in half the time it takes to listen to one, and if I increase the speed the voices sound even more annoying. Color me surprised then that I enjoyed the Beneath This Mask audiobook so much. The story held my interest and the voice actors are phenomenal.

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Review & Excerpt ♥ Dirty Love by Meghan March

June 1, 2016 Angela Blog Tours, Erotica, Reviews
Review & Excerpt ♥ Dirty Love by Meghan March

I really enjoyed this conclusion to the Dirty Girl Duet. Dirty Love picks up right where the jaw-dropping cliffhanger left off, and it gains steam from there. Speaking of steam, Dirty Love is aptly named. You need to have a fan, cold shower, change of panties, or something on hand because Cav speaks dirty talk fluently, and this little gem is one dirty, dirty, dirty, panty-melting read. I mentioned it’s dirty, right?

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Review ♥ When You’re Ready by J.L. Berg

Review ♥ When You’re Ready by J.L. Berg

When You’re Ready is a sweet second chance romance. Clare is a widowed mother of a preschooler, Maddie. She’s doing a fantastic job raising her daughter alone, but is neglecting her needs as a woman. Logan is a successful ER doctor, but he’s rather self-loathing and is essentially sleepwalking through life instead of opening himself up to any meaningful relationships. Life changes for both of them when Clare brings Maddie into the ER one night.

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Review ♥ The Anatomy of Jane by Amelia LeFay

May 27, 2016 Angela Erotica, LGBTQ, Reviews
Review ♥ The Anatomy of Jane by Amelia LeFay

One word: Cliffhanger. I want to put it out there up front because the blurb doesn’t indicate there’s a cliffy, and this book has a heck of a one. The Anatomy of Jane is a departure for J.J. McAvoy, writing under the pen name Amelia LeFay, and she successfully crosses over into the male/male (and male/male/female!) romance sub-genre in a story that is intoxicating and erotic.

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