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The Dangerous Billionaire

The Dangerous Billionaire by Jackie Ashenden

Sullivan (Van) Tate is a Navy Seal. He loves and lives his job. When the man who raised him, his adopted father and oil tycoon, Noah Tate, dies, Van and his two adopted brothers are called home. What Van doesn’t expect is that he and his brothers are now in charge of Noah’s oil empire. None...

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About A Dog

About a Dog by Jenn McKinlay

ABOUT A DOG by Jenn McKinlay was such a fun read. I loved this book. Mackenzie (Mac) Harris returns home to Bluff Point Maine after being gone seven years. She is attending her best friend Emma’s wedding. Mac hasn’t returned home since she was left standing at the altar at her own wedding. Being back means...

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Until You by Denise Grover Swank

I am completely enjoying Denise Grover Swank’s BACHELOR BROTHERHOOD series. UNTIL YOU is book number two, and it can be read as a standalone. I liked how some of the characters from the first book showed up in this story. This is the second novel that I have read by Ms. Swank, and I can’t...

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The Mistletoe Secret

Mistletoe Secret by Richard Paul Evans

Alex Bartlett needs to date. At least that’s what his friends, Nate and Dale, keep telling him. In fact, they hounded him so much about it that he finally decided to take another leap a year after his disastrous divorce. Alex expected to find women who slightly stretched the truth on their online romance profiles....

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Boss by Tracy Brown

BOSS was not at all what I was expecting. I’ve read books before that are written by African American authors with African American characters, and they’ve never had such depravity in them except for the one other book I had read by Brown entitled, WHITE LINE II: SUNNY. The n-word was thrown around all the...

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New Leash on Life

Former attorney Shane Kilcannon trains therapy dogs at his family-owned canine training and rescue facility. He is fondly known around his hometown as a dog whisperer. Shane jumps at the chance to take his father’s place on the Tourism Advisory Committee just to see a certain woman again. Chloe Somerset’s distaste for disorder and dirt...

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