Book Review: Magic Man by Jamie Schlosser

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Title:  Magic Man: A Good Guys Novel

Author: Jamie Schlosser

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Length: 331 pages

5 Stars

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5+ STARS!!! If I could give it six stars, I would.

It’s hard to explain exactly what made this book so special. Maybe it was Casey’s relationship with Gus, her little boy. It reminded me of my early days with my son. She even called him “bubba” and “bubs,” just like I did (and still do). I can’t even imagine going through the struggles she went through while raising a small child on her own. Casey’s strength was inspiring. I fell in love with her character immediately, and also “dewey” (jewelry) loving Gus. He was absolutely adorable and I want to pick him up and squish him! (don’t you dare tell me he’s not real!!)

Then there was Jay. Ultimate book boyfriend material. He provided for Casey through everything he was going through in his own life, even though there was no reason why he should need to. He just wanted to be there. He wanted her, and he wanted Gus.

There’s so much I could say about this book, from the hot moments between Jay and Casey to the moments that made me ugly cry (and I NEVER ugly cry over books, I hate crying as a concept). Suffice it to say you MUST pick up this book, even if you’re not a huge fan of magicians or magic tricks. Jay the “Magic Man” will win you over. Trust me on this.

I can’t wait to read the rest of the Good Guys novels!!

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Book Review: The Latched Key by Arya Edward

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Title:  The Latched Key

Author: Arya Edward

Genre: LGBT Fantasy Erotica

Length: 82 pages

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A short, but magical and enjoyable read!

The Latched Key is a wonderful debut by Arya Edward. The world she creates sucks you right in and won’t let you go until the end. Sebastian/Seba and Aurora were wonderful characters that endeared me to them instantly.

Sebastian/Seba’s struggles were relatable, and I felt they were handled well considering the subject matter. Aurora was the sweetest, most innocent and yet naughty unicorn shifter. Shifter romance isn’t normally my thing, but I really enjoyed this take on it. The author covered real-world issues in this book and still managed to blend them into a fantasy setting.

I look forward to reading ALL of her future works.

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Book Review: Rocket Science by K.M. Neuhold

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Title:  Rocket Science

Author: K.M. Neuhold

Genre: M/M Romance

Length: 276 pages (approximation)

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This story was so freaking adorable, and yet it was also a scorching hot burn all the way through. I literally inhaled this book in 3 straight hours of reading.

The instant Pax saw grown-up Elijah, I was completely hooked. The heat, passion, and desire between these two men was almost tangible. Poor Elijah aka “Einstein” doubted himself so much. I really related to him and was rooting for him all the way through. Pax made me mad a couple of times, but he’s so damn hot, who wouldn’t forgive him?


P.S. – I re-read parts of it after writing this review because it was just THAT damn good. Bravo 🙌

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Book Review: Pretty Reckless by Jane Anthony

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Title:  Pretty Reckless – Addicted Hearts Vol. 1

Author: Jane Anthony

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Length: 276 pages 

Five Stars

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It took me a long time to gather my thoughts enough to write this review. Pretty Reckless was unlike any other friends-to-romance novel I’ve ever read. It left me in pieces. The characters were so real it was as if I was stepping inside another person’s head.

Kat and Chase are both broken people who consider themselves damaged goods. Each has their own history with addiction and having their hearts broken; Chase by losing someone he loved, Kat by being hurt by someone she loved. There’s a connection between them from the start, but Kat’s erratic behavior forces Chase to keep his distance from her, at least for a while. He becomes a devoted friend and ally in her fight against her demons, and along the way she captures his heart. When they finally give in to their feelings, their chemistry and passion scorches the pages. I couldn’t get enough of them and I was devastated by the ending in the best way possible.

The levels of angst, detail and sweetness in this novel are perfectly balanced. Jane Anthony is a true talent, especially when writing about real, raw issues that affect real people. I greatly look forward to reading the second half of this duet and getting Chase and Kat’s HEA.

I read this book with Kindle Unlimited. Both books in the duet are enrolled in the program.


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