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Explosively hot and packed full of all the feels

We Have Till Monday by Cara Dee

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Just like We Have Till Dawn this one is explosively hot and packed full of all the feels.

Anthony, Nicky’s older brother, has been basically cruising through life on half-speed without any great lows but no wonderful highs either when he wins a competition to cook with a famous chef he follows on social media.

But the reader knows that he’s not just won a chance to visit Nashville and cook with celebrity chef August King, but that August’s much younger partner Camden has been plotting ever since he saw Anthony’s feed for the Music Institute he runs with Nicky.

The story evolves in a beautifully organic fashion from the moment Anthony encounters August at the end of his ranch’s drive when he comes to get his bearings after driving from New York to Nashville.

It’s clear from the off that the sexual chemistry between all three men is off the charts. But there’s a complication Anthony hadn’t expected.

Camden is a little who regresses through a number of different age points, some including sexual behaviour, others not, and Camden knows August gets lonely when he’s essentially acting as a single parent when he’s regressed into his non-sexual state.

Which is why he chooses Anthony, he believes he could be the missing link in his relationship with August and help stop him feeling alone.

How this is navigated becomes an integral part of the narrative and Cara unfolds the story, which takes place over such a short period time but never manages to stray into “instalove” territory.

Relatively low angst, a thread of humour running throughout and the aforementioned steaming hot sex, makes this a perfect read.

#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review

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Aimee hits all the right notes to make this a “perfect” second chance romance

55346405._SY475_Mr. Perfect by Aimee Nicole Walker

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Aimee Nicole has outdone herself in this one, it’s sheer perfection for a second chance former lovers romance and it’s coupled with a really good suspense plot as a bonus.

Also, the ending/introduction to book three’s love interest for Rocky Jacobs is utterly brilliant and had me howling with laughter once I’d got over the heart-racing fear that our intrepid threesome had landed themselves in a situation they couldn’t escape from.

Felix and Jude are a glorious pair once they reconnect, but it takes some doing to reach that point and I felt so badly for both of them. This isn’t a romance where there’s a clear fault, both men were badly hurt at their split when they were young men at college.

I was rooting for Jude to get Felix to listen to him and to forgive him though from the off. The book is completely from Felix’s POV but you get a real sense of the character of the man who comes back into his life after more than a decade.

At first Felix is prickly and resistant, but as the investigation he’s working on for the Sinister in Savannah podcast with Jonah and Rocky gets ever more dangerous, his feelings towards Jude change when they’re constantly thrown into each other’s path.

Both men have a ways to go, not because Jude was all to blame, but because Felix needs to accept a few painful truths about himself when they were still at college. There’re loads and loads of feels in this book and they come from all over the place!

The suspense part of the plot is very clever, I have to say, I never saw the final twist coming at all! Brilliantly done Aimee!

Now I am absolutely dying to get my hands on book three because I’ve a feeling Aimee is going to blow that one out of the water. The sparks between Rocky and his love interest were off the charts with such a backstory I cannot wait to dive into.

This series has been an absolute triumph, I also really appreciated the guest appearance from Locke and Keye too 😁

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It’s very definitely Adam Only for me!

Adam Only (Those Other Books #2)Adam Only by Roe Horvat

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

There is magic in Roe Horvat’s words. I seriously don’t know how he does it but every single book of his has just reached into my soul and captured it.

This one is no different for all Roe labels it erotica and pops it into a different box.

It’s still a beautifully written tale of love, of finding the right person who just understands you, who knows what you need and when you need it.

Is it erotic, oh Hell yes it is.

Does it make you puddle in a pool of drool, absolutely yes.

But it’s so much more than that. It’s about finding a home, it’s about filling up the empty and lost spaces in your heart and it’s about moving forward with the knowledge that you can live your life exactly as you want with the right person at your side.

In just a few chapters, Roe gives us the start of the amazing relationship between Adam and Cristoffer that we saw in The Other Book and it is glorious.

#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.

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