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Author: Alison Bliss

Series: A Perfect Fit, #2

On Sale: June 27, 2017

Publisher: Forever

Mass Market: $7.99 USD

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Big girls don’t cry. They go after what they want.

Thanks to her bangin’ curves, Valerie Carmichael has always turned heads-with the exception of seriously sexy Logan Mathis. Just Valerie’s luck that the object of her lust-filled affection is also best friends with her overprotective brother. But Valerie’s determined to get Logan’s attention…even if it means telling a teeny little lie to get a job at his new bar.

Logan can’t remember a time when Valerie didn’t secretly fuel all his hottest fantasies. Now the curvaceous she-devil is working behind his bar, tempting him every damn night. It’s only when he finds Valerie’s naughty things-to-do list that Logan decides to break every rule in the book-by making each red-hot deed a reality.

No one warned them that they were going to fall this hard. And no one warned them that sometimes the smallest secrets can have the biggest consequences.



Valerie Carmichael needed a drink. A strong one. Because it was the only way she envisioned herself getting through the night.

An elbow nudged into her side, bringing her thoughts back to the crowded bar. “I can’t see anything through all of these people,” Brett said, scanning the room with his eyes. “Come on, let’s go to the other side so I can get a better view.”

Sighing, Valerie trudged behind him without a word.

When Brett had asked her to attend the grand opening of Bottoms Up, a new bar in their hometown of Granite, Texas, she’d hesitated to say yes. Sure, she was curious what the inside of the recently remodeled bar looked like and had no doubt the place would be jam-packed with handsome, available men. But it was still the last place on earth she wanted to be.

She knew better than to hang out in bars with her older and only—thank God—brother. Every time she’d done so in the past, the nights had always ended the same way. Brett would spend the entire evening hovering over her like a rabid pit bull, daring any single guy with a glint in his eye to look her way. Because Valerie turned heads. She always had.

Oh, she wasn’t silly enough to believe she looked like some gorgeous supermodel with a lean, trim figure or anything. She definitely didn’t. But she had a pretty face, banging plus-size curves, and a lively personality. And that was good enough for her. Valerie was just…Valerie. And damn proud of it.

Across the room, Sam and Leah emerged from the dense crowd, with a beer bottle for him and a glass of water for her. Apparently, Leah was still on that damn diet and counting calories so she would fit into her wedding dress. Though why she didn’t just buy the dress in a larger size was beyond Valerie.

Leah blinked at the sight of her. “Val? What are you doing here? You said you weren’t coming.”

Valerie shrugged. “I changed my mind.”

“Are you feeling okay?”

“Yeah, sure. Why?”

“When you said you didn’t want to go out, I assumed you were sick. You never turn down a night out.” Leah placed her palm lightly against Valerie’s forehead. “You sure you don’t have the flu or something?”

Valerie laughed and pushed her friend’s hand away. “Oh, stop it. I just didn’t feel like getting dressed up. I’m getting tired of the whole bar scene.”

Then Valerie’s heart stopped, along with her lips. Oh God.

Brett stood there talking to a tall, dark-haired man who had one thumb hooked in the front pocket of his jeans while he leaned comfortably against the wall with his right shoulder. She couldn’t see the other guy’s face, but she didn’t need to. Valerie recognized all six feet, two inches of him. Logan Mathis.  

As a plus side gal, I can totally appreciate the books that Ms. Bliss is writing right now.  And even though I’m old enough to be their mother, I have had body issues my whole life.  Believe me when I say that I could TOTALLY relate to Leah in book #1 when it came to her mother shaming her all the time.  I’m 50 years old and my mother STILL looks at me critically when she sees me.  On my 50th birthday, I decided that I can’t please everyone anymore.  I need to please myself first.  I don’t listen to the body shaming anymore.  I’m a grown ass woman that is married with a child.  I needed to do this for me and no one else.  All that said, I can appreciate Valerie with her positive body issues.  She didn’t have anyone shaming her, bringing her down and then to find out that Logan has wanted her for all those years?  Did her body shape come up in conversation?  Nope, well…just that he LOVED her banging curves.

So why the long intro paragraph to start the review?  Because Ms. Bliss has written another great heroine that is REAL.  Relatable, even for this old broad.  I loved how confident she was in her relationships with herself first and then her friends.  Max is a hoot and I’m really hoping that he gets his own book.  What I didn’t like is how her brother, Brett treated her.  I got the whole that their dad died and he felt like he HAD to protect her but he was overbearing.  And that’s being nice about it.  I would have throat punched him a long time ago.  I had a younger brother and if he treated me that way…yep, throat punch.  It took her too long to finally have “the talk” with Brett and by then, I just didn’t care.  Brett didn’t care about her or even Logan for that matter.

Logan is a man of mystery.  I loved how he was “trying” to stay away from her but in the end, the heart wants what it wants.  Their chemistry is beyond hot but in the end, he ended up being a bonehead, as usual.  LOL!  What is it about men?  I loved his relationship with his mother and the scene at the end of the book made me chuckle.  She finally let him have it and then the fog lifted for him.

To say this book is hot would be an understatement.  But it also has heart and relatable characters.  I liked how Ms. Bliss had Logan and Valerie confront their fears and let their emotions shine on the pages.  If you have never read a book by Ms. Bliss you are missing out.  She is a talented author that writes real, relatable characters with a bit of sass, a whole lot of hot but in the end, you will be smiling in the end.





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Alison Bliss grew up in Small Town, Texas, but currently, resides in the Midwest with her husband and two sons. With so much testosterone in her home, it’s no wonder she writes “girl books.” She believes the best way to know if someone is your soul mate is by canoeing with them because if you both make it back alive, it’s obviously meant to be. Alison pens the type of books she loves to read most: fun, steamy love stories with heart, heat, laughter, and usually a cowboy or two. As she calls it, “Romance…with a sense of humor.”




















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Happy Book Birthday & ARC #Review of Shameful (Shameless Trilogy #2) by M. Malone & Nana Malone! @minxmalone @nanamalone


Title: Shameful
Series: Shameless Trilogy #2
Authors: M. Malone & Nana Malone
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: June 5, 2017
I am the thing that goes bump in the night. I am a liar, a protector…a killer…I am Noah Blake.
And now that she knows my secret, she hates me.
The guilt and shame I carry around is bad enough…But seeing the distrust in her eyes, that will kill me before my enemies do…


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Then she was kissing him again and not with the gentle hesitancy he’d expected. She gripped his hair in both hands and devoured, sucking on his bottom lip with a carnal growl that sent most of his blood racing south. Noah groaned as he hardened instantly and Lucia purred when she felt his arousal. The little vixen had the nerve to slide her legs up and around his waist, squeezing tight and ,rocking against his length.
“Lucia,” he breathed warningly.
“Yes. Did you need something?” She batted her eyelashes innocently. It was supposed to be innocent anyway but everything she did was sexy.
“Everything. I need everything from you.”
Something snapped in him and he was suddenly intensely grateful they were already on the bed. They fell back onto the covers in a tangle of arms and legs. He couldn’t get his mouth everywhere he wanted to at once and the urgency drove his need higher. Lucia bucked under him when he took a big mouthful of her breast, sucking hard through the fabric of her T-shirt.
“Need more,” he growled and then pushed her shirt up and pulled the lacy cup of her bra down so he could get at what he wanted.
“Yes, that feels so good,” Lucia whispered.
Her mouth fell open as his tongue swirled around the delicate point. Noah couldn’t have stopped if he’d tried. He couldn’t get enough of the taste of her skin. She whimpered his name several times before he gave her a break. When he pulled back, her nipple was hard and red as a cherry. Lucia’s eyes followed the movement when he licked his lips.
“Noah! Take this off,” she demanded.
He loved hearing the need in her voice, and her eyes glittered when he helped her sit up and pull the shirt off. At his first sight of her in nothing but panties and the lacy black bra, the swells of her generous breasts overflowing the cups, he almost broke down and begged right then and there. She was a goddess walking amongst mortals. Oblivious to his internal thoughts, Lucia pulled at the hem of his shirt.
“I’m the only one undressed. I’m feeling a little lonely over here.”
“We can’t have that.” Noah yanked his T-shirt over his head and threw it on the floor.
Lucia sighed and wrapped her arms around his neck, pulling him down into her embrace.
“I really was lonely, you know. For so long all I’ve wanted was for you to see me. For you to let me love you and give you the family you’ve never had. I’ll be your family, Noah. Me and, hopefully one day, our children. You’ll never feel alone again.”
His world stopped spinning and he pulled back to see her face. “Our kids?”
It shouldn’t have been a surprise. He knew Lucia wanted children and a traditional family. Wasn’t that why he’d hated watching her date so much? Because he’d known that one day she’d find some guy, marry him and pop out a few adorable babies. It had torn him up to imagine his Lucia round with another man’s baby.
But the idea of fathering her children hit him like a ton of bricks.
He came from the streets and had very few memories of his own father. What the hell did he know about any of that? He’d seen so few functional relationships that it was almost laughable to think he could suddenly be husband and father material. Lucia needed a man who could do both. He looked down at her all flushed and glowing with love in his bed. What had he ever done to deserve the love of a woman like this?
You don’t deserve it, the insidious voice in the back of his mind whispered. She has no idea what you are truly capable of.
“Noah? What’s wrong?”
He hadn’t even realized he’d pulled away until she spoke. Lucia crossed her arms, covering her breasts. Noah’s mind raced as he was assaulted with images of what the future might hold— Lucia holding a beautiful baby with his dark hair and her gray eyes. Lucia happy for a while until she figured out that Noah would never be the man she needed.
Lucia leaving him.
“Nothing. I need to check on things. Stay here.” He kissed her forehead softly when she started to speak. “I’ll be back.”
He could feel her eyes on his back as he knelt to grab his shirt off the floor. It felt like a laser drilling a hole through him and it only made him move faster. He needed to get away. Away from expectations and the love shining in her eyes. He had a job to do. He would never be the man Lucia truly deserved but he could be the protector she needed. All this emotion was enough to make him forget what was truly important, keeping her safe. Emotion made you soft and he couldn’t afford that.
Not with Lucia’s life on the line. 
Dear Lord above.  This book.  This series.   Did I mention that I normally don’t read trilogies until the last book is out?  There is still one more book to read and I can’t wait.  Noah and Lucia are a couple that at times make you swoon, then piss you off, then make you swoon again.  The banter between them is above any that I’ve read in a long time.  It’s real, relatable but above all, sweet.  Yes, sweet.
The authors have labeled this series Misadventures and I would agree.  There is action, suspense, miscommunication, comedy, sexy times but above all heart.  Noah and Lucia are real people.  Sure Noah isn’t all the good, according to him but in Lucia’s eyes, he is despite what has already happened in the first book.  In fact, when these two FINALLY have their “talk”, regardless of what has happened or will happen, they will not give up on each other.  Too much history between them.
I love the plot arc in the series.  The ending is a loud audible GASP at the end.  The authors know how to end a book in a trilogy.  I can’t believe that I have to wait until the end of the month for the ending.  Plus, I must know about Oskar, Matthias and the rest of Blake Security.  The men that work for Noah are really fleshed out without being intrusive.  However, they are crucial to the plot, romance and overall arc of the book.
Run, don’t walk to get this trilogy.  I HIGHLY recommend getting the free prequel.  The books stand alone (somewhat) but the prequel is a must.  
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So before I read the other books, I read this.  You need to read this book before any of the others.  It sets up the whole story arc and how Rafe, Noah, and Lucia are all connected.  Must read material.  Plus, come on.  The cover model is hot throughout the covers.  🙂  


When I started to read this book, I honestly didn’t know what to expect.  What caught my eye was the hero’s name.  Noah.  My all time book boyfriend’s name is Noah.  As in Noah Clayborne (Shadow Dance by Julie Garwood).  I knew with a name like that, the book would be good.  It’s just not good, it’s AWESOME!  
As with any trilogy, the books must be read in order.  If you read my review from above, you’ll understand why.  The ending to this one left me gasping and going “Oh Hell NO!” but in a good way.  I never expect that and I quickly devoured the next book.  And yes, that ending left me breathless, too.  You know how you think you have figured out the plot and then the authors throw you?  Yep, they have done it with this book and I’m sure that when it is all said and done, I will be breathless again and crying at the same time.
Most people know that I don’t really like trilogies until the last book is out.  Well, I’ve made the exception with this series.  It’s hot, funny, relatable, suspenseful, characters that I love (even the secondary characters) and the writing is spot on.  I’ve read Nana Malone before and love your books.  M. Malone, this is my first time reading your work and I’m loving it.
I can not recommend this series highly.  I just wish I didn’t have to wait until the end of the month to find out how it ends.  And then, I’ll be a hot mess because I don’t want to say goodbye to Noah.  *sigh*
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M. Malone
NYT & USA Today bestselling author M. Malone lives in the Washington, DC metro area with her husband and their two sons. She holds a master’s degree in Business from a prestigious college that would no doubt be scandalized by how she’s using her expensive education.
Independently published, she has sold more than 1/2 million ebooks in her two series, THE ALEXANDERS and BLUE-COLLAR BILLIONAIRES. Since starting her indie journey in 2011 with the runaway bestselling novella “Teasing Trent,” her work has appeared on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists more than a dozen times.
She’s now a full-time writer and spends 99.8% of her time in her pajamas.
Nana Malone
USA Today bestselling author Nana Malone’s love of all things romance and adventure started with a tattered romantic suspense novel she “borrowed” from her cousin.
It was a sultry summer afternoon in Ghana, and Nana was a precocious thirteen. She’s been in love with kick-butt heroines ever since. With her overactive imagination constantly channeling her inner Buffy, it was only a matter a time before she started creating her own characters.
While she waits for her chance at a job as a ninja assassin, Nana works out her drama, passion and sass with fictional characters every bit as brazen and kick-butt as she thinks she is.
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Title: Maybe This Love

Author: Jennifer Snow

Series: Colorado Ice #2

On Sale: May 30, 2017

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Hockey player Ben Westmore has some serious skills—on and off the ice—and he’s not above indulging in the many perks of NHL stardom. When a night in Vegas ends in disaster, he realizes two things: 1) it’s time to lie low for a while, and 2) he needs a lawyer—fast. But the smoking-hot woman who walks into his office immediately tests all his good intentions.

Olivia Davis doesn’t need anyone derailing her career—or her dreams of starting a family—least of all a skirt-chasing player like Ben. But soon he’s unleashing a full-court press to convince her that he’s the real deal. She’s slowly falling for his sweet, rugged charm, but with so much on the line, Olivia has to decide whether Ben can truly change—or if he’s just playing the game.


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“Relax,” he said smoothly, his gaze locked on hers, his expression soft, unfazed—the look of a man not dancing with the lawyer who could ruin his life or at least playoff season. She had to learn this guy’s secret, because there was no way he was this unaffected. Yet, his hands weren’t sweating the ways hers threatened to, and the only heartbeat she could hear thundering was her own.

She forced a slow and what she hoped was unobvious breath. “I am relaxed. I’m not the one who should be worried.”

The palm of his hand spread across the exposed flesh of her back and she prayed the tingling sensation in her spine didn’t result in goose bumps. “So you’re saying I should be?” he asked, turning them in rotation to the steady beat. Despite her resistance to this dance, her hips betrayed her by swaying in sync with his, and her feet kept time with his every step. He led with a silent authority that she was forced to follow. And for the first time in her life, she wasn’t hating giving up control.

“I think so, yes. My client is…”

He brought their joined hands between them and placed a finger to her lips.

Her heart all but stopped.

“Why don’t we save the shop talk for the courtroom? Let’s just enjoy this dance.”

She swallowed hard, but nodded. Dancing in silence, she could do that.

Unfortunately, Ben seemed eager to chat. “How long have you been practicing law?”

He expected her to remember stats as his hand on her back dipped slightly lower, his hold drawing her even closer? It had been far too long since she’d been enveloped in the arms of a man who felt and smelled so strong, so confident…How long would it be again if she went ahead with her plans for a baby? She pushed the thought aside when he stared at her, still waiting for an answer. “Twelve years,” she said, cutting out her time as a junior lawyer and intern, so as not to age herself. She knew from his online Wikipedia page that he was thirty-four, two years younger than she.

“Do you love what you do?” he asked.

“If I say no will I get the inspirational ‘do what you love and it will never feel like work’ speech?”

Is that a no?”

She shook her head. “Actually, I really do enjoy my job.” She couldn’t say watching families get ripped apart by bitter divorces was something she loved without sounding like a sociopath, but she enjoyed her career.

“Can I ask why only professional athlete divorces?”

“I was dumped by a jock,” she said.

Ben laughed. “So one guy ruined it for us all, huh?”

She nodded then shook her head. “No. Everyday cases—with normal, everyday husbands and wives—just seemed a little too…real,” she said.

His blue eyes burned into her and his grip tightened on her hand. “So, guys like me aren’t real?”

She swallowed hard. He felt real…He felt more than real—he felt amazing. His arm wrapped around her felt deceivingly safe and his hand holding hers felt warm and secure. God, she could see herself giving in to these painfully real feelings…“You’re probably one of the more real ones,” she said, hoping he didn’t detect the slight quiver in her voice.

He nodded slowly as though unsure whether her words were a compliment. “Have you ever been married?” he asked, rotating them in time to the music.

“That’s crossing a line into personal.”


“That’s less personal?” She raised an eyebrow.

He smiled. “Guarded much?”

The effect of his smile from a safe distance was knee-weakening. This close, it was downright dangerous. She quickly averted her gaze to the other couples on the floor. “How long is this song anyway?” She felt trapped the way she had in tenth grade when Robbie Gropes-a-Lot Harris had tricked her into dancing with him at the winter formal to “November Rain”—the full eleven-minute extended version. Except Ben’s breath smelled minty fresh and not like tacos, and his arm draped across her lower back made every fiber in her being spring to life, making her want to flee for a completely different reason than the one Robbie had evoked.

“Do I make you uncomfortable?”

Damn right. And it should be her making him uncomfortable. There needed to be a power shift between them and fast. “Of course not.”

He pulled her closer. “You make me uncomfortable,” he murmured, his expression suddenly serious. Every inch of her body was pressed to his and she could barely catch a breath. Dancing was a really bad idea—a torturously bad idea. Being in his arms reminded her of all of the things she’d sacrificed for her career, of all the things she’d told herself she didn’t need…

“G-good,” she said, her voice cracking. “As I said, my client…”

“I don’t mean the divorce case. I mean you.” He touched her cheek and her skin burned. Thank God he was holding her so tightly because she couldn’t trust her legs.

Their stare locked and held for what could have been a lifetime, as everything seemed still and quiet around them.

Still and quiet.

The song had ended.

She yanked her hand free of his and stumbled away from him, inhaling a gulp of air into her deprived lungs. “Well, dance is over. I’ll…uh…see you.”

He nodded, the charming polite smile back on his face and for a second she wondered if she’d imagined the intensity in his gaze seconds before. “Goodnight, Olivia.”


Her own name sounded foreign coming from him. She longed to hear the sound again, and she was an idiot for wanting something so dangerous. The NHL’s biggest playboy had just worked his charm on her, and she’d lost all common sense.

She turned and headed straight for the table, leaving him on the dance floor.

She had to pull it together, but she also had to admit the unfortunate truth. Never before had she been tempted to kiss the enemy.

Excerpted from MAYBE THIS LOVE by Jennifer Snow. Copyright © 2017 by Jennifer Snow. Reprinted with permission of Forever. All rights reserved.  

As most know, I worked for the Dallas Stars hockey team from 1999-2004.  I saw them win the Cup and then to watch in horror as Scott Stevens, Captain of the New Jersey Devils skate the Cup in our arena when they beat us.  To say that I’m a hockey fan would be an understatement.  So going into this series I realized that Ben played for the Colorado Avalanche (GAG!!!) and Asher played for the Devils (Double GAG!) and that I might have a problem cheering for them in their stories.

Ms. Snow knows her hockey and she doesn’t over do the hockey part of the story.  Whew!  Thank goodness for that.  However, I did like and appreciate her knowledge of the Cup, the keeper, and the superstitions.  In fact, the Stanley Cup finals are playing right now.  Go Nashville!  I also enjoyed seeing Jackson’s decision in Ben’s eyes and how Asher is doing.  Can’t wait to read his book next.  While the hockey references were great, the romance between Ben and Olivia sparkled.  I don’t think that I’ve ever read a romance where the hero had to work so hard for the heroine.  At times, I felt like Olivia pushed him away too much but once she was all in…she was in.  There isn’t much angst or conflict, just two people that aren’t really ready for love but it somehow finds them.

The pregnancy thread was real.  Unfortunately for me, I didn’t get the ending that I wanted.  However, watching Ben with Olivia at the bookstore was cute, funny and of so real.  My own husband was like that.  LOL!  Plus, I was a first-time mother at age 38 so the whole thread was a little too real but Ms. Snow handled it well.  Again, the romance in the book is off the charts.  Ben has to work hard to win Olivia and the end, it was sweet.  The driving lesson in the Hummer was the funniest thing in the book.  Or maybe seeing Abigail and Becky gang up on Ben.  Not sure but those two women had his number…good.

Overall, I love this series.  I’ve read a lot of books so far this year and Ben Westmore is my favorite hero right now.  Captain of the Avalanche no less…just don’t tell anyone.  I have a rep to protect.  I can’t wait to see how Ms. Snow is going to tell Asher and Emma’s story.




Jennifer Snow lives in Edmonton, Alberta with her husband and son. She writes sweet and sexy contemporary romance stories set everywhere from small towns to big cities. After stating in her high school yearbook bio that she wanted to be an author, she set off on the winding, twisting road to make her dream a reality. She is a member of RWA, the Writers’ Guild of Alberta, the Canadian Authors Association, and the Film and Visual Arts Association in Edmonton. She has published over ten novels and novellas with many more on the way.















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