Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication Date: December 8, 2017
Review from The Romance Reviews
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This book is intended for 18+ due to the nearly nude or completely naked imagery, shockingly naughty verbal content, and the occasionally crude and downright filthy characters. Please be aware that this aphrodisiac filled literary work may cause hot flashes, dry mouth, and aching cores. Proceed with caution.
After going viral, a newspaper journalist must step out of her comfort zone to keep her fans happy, her blog entertaining, and her boss satisfied. Realizing it would take a hands on approach to achieve her goals, she finds herself working at a men’s fertility and donation center. It doesn’t take long for things to go awry. With an untamed curiosity, she quickly finds herself in some compromising and comical situations.
OMG! This book is not only funny, but hot as hell. Wow! Not quite what I was expecting but good. Ginger is a blogger for a magazine. Her blog interest is the sperm bank across the street. She people watches and makes up stories about the clients of the sperm bank for her very successful blog. Little does she know that as she watches them, someone is watching her. Things get even more interesting when she gets an insider spot for a week.
A dirty read that was very interesting and a very unexpected. Full of laughs and naughtiness. Makes you wonder if this is really what goes on between closed doors at the spank bank. 😉
If you like erotic books with a dose of humor, then this book is up your alley. A fast paced read that is so interesting it will keep you turning those pages. I wish it were a bit longer. So many other possibilities going there.
*ARC provided by Savannah May Romance
Just Say (Hell) No
(Escape to New Zealand #11)
Publication date: February 14th 2018
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Even a hard man needs a soft side.
Marko Sendoa isn’t a beach man. He’s not an Auckland man. He’s a hard man. Born Basque, raised in the heart of New Zealand’s Southern Alps, and bred on hard work, discipline, and getting the job done. It’s not easy for a rugby flanker to make it to age 32 at the top of his game, but he’s done it. Next year is the Rugby World Cup, and he’ll do whatever it takes to be on the field in the black jersey when the anthems are sung.
He doesn’t need a kitten.
He doesn’t need a pregnant cousin.
He definitely doesn’t need a too-short, distractingly curvy, totally unimpressed Maori barista and part-time pet portraitist who fills his house and his life with too much color, too much chaos, and too many secrets.
He’s getting them anyway.
Ahead of him, the girl looked tense. The running was new, probably. Felt too hard. That had to be it, considering the speed she was going. He caught up and said, “Excuse me.”
She whirled on him so fast, he started running backward out of habit.
“I have Mace!” she announced, all but baring her teeth.
Oh. She’d heard him coming up behind her. He blinked, realized he was still jogging backward, stopped, and said, “Uh . . . no, you don’t. But no worries. You don’t need it.” There wasn’t room to conceal more than a car key in that kit she was wearing. A flippy little zebra-print skirt,and a black sports bra that dipped low enough in front to show some cleavage. She was a curvy little thing and no mistake. Not that he was looking. She was advancing on him like the stroppiest terrier in the litter, and despite her aggression, he could see the fear underneath.
First the pub, and now this. He didn’t scare women. He was careful. He put up both palms and said again, “No worries.”
She seemed taken aback for an instant, but recovered fast. “I’m not worried,” she said. “But maybe you should be, eh.”
A hint of a Maori accent there. He considered explaining that he liked blondes, but she opened her hand, and bloody hell, but she did have a tiny metal canister laced between her fingers, together with her keys. An older couple was coming toward them with a Golden Retriever on a leash, and Marko had a sudden flash of his photo in another newspaper. Staggering around, tears streaming from his eyes, Maced on a bush track after attacking a jogger. That would be a good look.
Rosalind James writes contemporary romance and romantic suspense published both by Montlake Romance and independently. Her stories are set in New Zealand, Idaho, California, New York . . . really, anyplace that seems cool. (Research trips, especially those involving lots of rugby, are a bonus.) Her books are available in ebook, paperback, and audio formats. Rosalind is a former marketing executive who spent several years in Australia and New Zealand, where she fell in love with the people, the landscape, and the culture of both countries. She attributes her rapid success to the fact that “Lots of people would like to escape to New Zealand! I know I did!”
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A laugh-out-loud romantic comedy from Wall Street Journal & USA TODAY Best-Selling Author, Amy Vansant—for fans of Bridget Jones, Jennifer Crusie and Sophie Kinsella.
Before Emily and Sebastian can celebrate their new relationship, they’re recruited to star in a local reality competition… Where Sebastian’s hungry ex, Greta, plans to steal the show.
Oh my god!!! This book was so bloody funny. I died. I was rolling on the floor laughing so hard people stared.
In this second Emily and Sebastion have not even had one night alone in their new relationship yet. Around every corner there is always an obsticle standing in their way. This time it is in the form of Bash’s brother’s wife. She enlists their help to fill in on her tv show.
Everything is looking ok till Greta and Joe show up as last-minute contestants. Now not only are Emily and Bash trying to win the tv show and focus on their new relationship, they have to deal with Greta. Again! When will she give up?
I have to tell you, I think I loved this book ten times more than the first. It was so funny. I mean, poor Bash. He is a magnet of trouble. It is like he is a light house beckoning the trouble to come and find him.
I cannot tell you how much fun it was to read this book. I could not stop laughing. I really couldn’t. I think Amy outdid herself with this book. The comedy and romance were wonderful and it proved to be a great read. The characters are not only fun but enjoyable. I highly recommend this book to anyone who needs a good laugh out loud read to bring up their spirits.
*ARC provided by Amy Vansant
Amy Vansant is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today best-selling author specializing in fun, comedic reads about accident prone, easily distracted women with questionable taste in men.
So, autobiographies, mostly.
But seriously: She writes happy romantic comedies, mysteries and urban fantasies.
Amy is the former East Coast Editor of SURFER Magazine but the urge to drive up and down the coast interviewing surfers has long since left her. She’s a dog-lover who works at home with her goofy husband and loves interacting with fans, so stop by her blog or Twitter and say hi!
*Author bio and picture from Amazon
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