Saturday, 30 November 2019

Review: Lady Be Good

Lady Be Good Lady Be Good by Annabelle Anders
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Lady Be Good is the fifth book in the Lord Love a Lady series, but you do not need to have read any other Annabelle Anders books to enjoy this one. Lady Be Good works wonderfully as a standalone title. That being said, you do get a better understanding of side characters if you have read the other books in the Lord Love a Lady series. I have only read book four, Lady At Last, and it did not lessen my enjoyment – although it did leave me curious about the other stories in the series.

Whether you’re new to Annabelle Anders or you’re already a fan, Lady Be Good is a book that will hook you. From the very first page you’re pulled into the story, being hit with all the feels from the onset. You fall in love with the characters, you fall in love with their story, and you will find it difficult to put the book down. Once I started, I could not stop. I was lost to it, leaving me to finish the book in a single sitting. It’s the best sort of addictive, making it more than worth the read.

There was so much depth to the characters, offering more than just a standard historical romance romp. There was emotion throughout, drama that intrigues, and elements that are rare to see in the genre. Although I have not read many Annabelle Anders books, she has earned her way onto my list of favourite writers in the genre. With Lady Be Good, I’ve concluded it will take a lot of hard work from other authors to remove her from my top three.

Without a doubt, this was a fabulous story (it’s as beautiful as that breath-taking cover) that will have you hooked throughout. Before the next Annabelle Anders release – I need the next book in the series soon, as I’m super curious about the next story that is to be told – I need to get up to date on the authors other work, as I’m in desperate need of more.

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Friday, 29 November 2019

Review: A Lady's Christmas Rake

A Lady's Christmas Rake A Lady's Christmas Rake by Tammy Andresen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A Lady’s Christmas Rake contains six addictive historical romances. Anyone looking for a festive read in the genre is sure to find something enjoyable in this collect.

Within the collection, I had previously read Tammy Andresen and Scarlett Scott, with both being favourite authors in the genre. The other four – Tamara Gill, Samantha Holt, Lauren Smith, and Bree Wolf – were all on my to-read list. Thus, this was the perfect way to get more from beloved authors and to be introduced to new authors.

Taming My Christmas Rogue by Tammy Andresen was a three-star rating. It is not my favourite read from the author, but it’s a sweet quick read that holds your attention throughout. Although it is linked with one of Tammy Andresen’s series, the story works perfectly fine as a standalone.

His Lady Smuggler by Tamara Gill was another three-star rating. It is a standalone that pulls you right in, one that offers plenty to keep the reader entertained. It left me curious to see what else the author has to offer, as I powered through the story in no time.

Christmas Seduction by Samantha Holt was a four-star rating. It offered a different kind of romance to what is usually found in the genre, which had me hooked throughout. There was plenty of enjoyment to be had, with a smile planted on my face throughout.

Winter Wishes by Scarlett Scott was also a four-star rating. Although this is linked to one of the author’s series, it works perfectly fine as a standalone. It’s more of a side story, without being a direct continuation of the series. It was my favourite of the stories in this collection, giving me all the feels.

Devil at the Gates by Lauren Smith was another four-star rating. This one came close to earning the spot as my favourite in the collection. It hooked me throughout, with the story having a lot packed into it. It left me extremely eager for more of the author’s work, as I devoured this one in no time.

An Unwelcome Proposal by Bree Wolf was also a three-star rating. This story takes place within a series, but the story works perfectly fine alone. It’s an addictive read that has you curious about the rest of the series, wanting to find out more about the characters.

All in all, the six stories in this made for wonderful reading.

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Review: An Unwelcome Proposal

An Unwelcome Proposal An Unwelcome Proposal by Bree Wolf
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

An Unwelcome Proposal is the fourth book in Bree Wolf’s Forbidden Love series, and it works perfects fine as a standalone novel. Although it works fine as a standalone novel, I do believe I would have understood certain aspects of the story better had I read the prior book.

Although I was new to the characters in this story, I did enjoy watching their romance develop. I wasn’t crazy about this one, but it was a fun quick read. It easily pulled me in, and I was happy to power through the story to see how things developed. It also has me curious about some of the characters we were introduced to in this one, as I want to see how their stories play out.

All in all, this was a fun quick read.

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Thursday, 28 November 2019

Review: MacNamara's Woman

MacNamara's Woman MacNamara's Woman by Alicia Scott
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

MacNamara’s Woman is the second book in the Family Secrets series, and it was another enjoyable read. As with the first book – Maggie’s Man – I found it wasn’t quite to the usual Lisa Gardner standard, but I still found it to be addictive. As Alicia Scott, Lisa Gardner focuses a lot more on the romance, meaning the suspense is not as high, but it is still an addictive read.

With MacNamara’s Woman, we have a story that works perfectly fine as a standalone novel. There are small references made to the other family members, but not enough to take away from the story. In fact, I found myself wishes we were given more. There were a few questions introduced to the overall storyline, but I would have liked to see more of the family.

Although I would have liked more for the series as a whole, as a standalone this was an addictive read. There are plenty of questions introduced throughout, ensuring you’re happy to power through the pages. Some aspects were predictable, but the way things played out offered something a bit different to the norm. Even though this was not my favourite read from the author, the story was addictive.

All in all, MacNamara’s Woman was an enjoyable read that has me curious about what will happen in the final book of the series.

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Review: Christmas Seduction

Christmas Seduction Christmas Seduction by Samantha Holt
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Christmas Seduction was my first Samantha Holt read and it certainly has me curious about the author’s other work. As Samantha Holt has been sitting on my to-read list for a while, I’ll certainly be reading some of the books I have waiting on my Kindle.

Although Christmas Seduction wasn’t quite a full four-star rating, it was close enough for me to round my rating up. I was sucked in from the start and enjoyed being given something a bit different in the genre. It wasn’t the usual historical romance, which had me loving the change. Add in the humour and feels this one provided, and I was happy to round this rating up even though I would have liked a wee bit more.

All in all, Christmas Seduction has me more than willing to read more of Samantha Holt’s work.

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Wednesday, 27 November 2019

Release Blitz: Faking It In The Kitchen.




Title: Faking It in the Kitchen
Author: Emily James
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: November 21, 2019



Blurb

Unemployed actress, Hannah Brooks, is applying for a waitressing job when her luck changes. Mistaken for a chef, she's offered a position at twice the pay, but there's a slight problem. She can't cook, but she can act.

Tom Hadleigh is determined to make a success of the restaurant he inherited from his father, despite attempted sabotages against it and his reputation. Tom’s a hothead and not looking for love but when Hannah walks into his restaurant, he can’t help but turn his head. With so many problems in his life, is she the answer?
When their worlds collide, will their passion ignite, or will the heat force them out of the kitchen?

FAKING IT IN THE KITCHEN is a standalone, romantic comedy, suitable for readers aged 18 or over, due to mature content and sexual themes.







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Emily James is a British author who lives on the south coast of England. She loves to travel and enjoys nothing more than a great romance story. On the rare occasions that she hasn’t got her nose in a book, Emily likes to spend time with her beautiful family and friends. 


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Review: Fault Lines

Fault Lines Fault Lines by Joanne Macgregor
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I adored Joanne Macgregor’s Turtle Walk and Rock Steady, with the two books leaving me super eager for the final Ecowarriors book. Although I loved Fault Lines, it’s also one of those cases where I would have been happy for more. It was a wonderful ending to the series, yet I would have been happy to read more about the characters and their lives, such is the fun I’ve had with them.

With Fault Lines, Joanne Macgregor once again gives a story that grips readers. With this one, things are a bit different. Instead of everything being peachy throughout, we get to see a lot of ups and downs. In particular, we get to see the differences in opinions between the characters. For me, this was wonderful. It’s so rare to see this in such stories, with characters usually all sharing the same views. I loved how realistic this one was, showing how differences can exist and friendship can still blossom.

Although the story itself works perfectly fine alone, I do recommend reading the prior books for the most enjoyment. The issues handled in this book are done so well, and make for powerful messages, but they will hit harder if you have come to know and love the characters through the prior books. With this one you get answers to some lingering questions from the prior books along with getting to see the wonderful way in which the characters reach their ‘happy for now’ point.

All in all, Fault Lines was a fabulous conclusion to the Ecowarriors series. The series is well worth the read, highlighting Joanne Macgregor’s ability to captivate readers with wonderful stories and powerful messages. Although I’m sad to say goodbye to the series, I have a couple of Joanne Macgregor books I still need to read, and the knowledge I have more enjoyment ahead lessens the pain and has me ready to dive into my remaining Joanne Macgregor reads.

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Review: Rhoades—Undeniable

Rhoades—Undeniable Rhoades—Undeniable by Felice Stevens
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Rhoades – Undeniable is the first book in the Man Up series, and to understand how the book starts you need to read Austin first. Austin starts the story and Rhoades – Undeniable picks up where it ends, without it you will feel as though you’ve started part-way through the story.

As always, Felice Stevens provided a story that had me hooked. Rhoades – Undeniable may not be my favourite Felice Stevens read, but it had me devouring the book in a single sitting. It had the usual combination of sweet and steam that I love in a Felice Stevens book, leaving me to power through the book in no time at all.

As much as I enjoyed our main characters in this one, I did find myself more interested in the side characters. I’m super curious to see how the other stories play out and will be jumping into them soon. I have high hopes for the rest of the series after this one.

All in all, Rhoades – Undeniable was a great start to the Man Up series.

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Review: Austin

Austin Austin by Felice Stevens
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Austin is basically a prequel to the first book in the Man Up series by Felice Stevens and cannot be read alone. It’s an incomplete story, simply giving us a teaser before the main story starts. It’s also necessary to read this before you start the first book, otherwise Rhoades – Undeniable will feel as though it’s starting in the middle of a story.

In truth, I’m not crazy about authors doing this. I much prefer it when all my story is included in one. Teasers and extras are okay but separating the first few chapters of a story into a separate book feels like a bit of a cheat to me.

Despite the fact I’m not crazy about this practice, Austin did have me curious enough to jump straight into Rhoades – Undeniable. If you’re planning to start the Man Up series, Austin will have you ready and willing to power through the series.

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Review: His Lady Smuggler

His Lady Smuggler His Lady Smuggler by Tamara Gill
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

His Lady Smuggler started off well for me, it had me curious to see how the storyline would play out, but the deeper into the story I got, the less I was enjoying it. It wasn’t a bad read, it simply felt rushed to me. I feel this is one of those short stories that would have done much better as a full-length novel, allowing us to see more of the elements involved.

With this one, there was a lot of possibility. I was pulled right into the character’s stories, excited to see all the elements that would come into play. The first couple of chapters were a lot of fun, providing details that I wanted to see more of. Then, everything started to happen. There were elements that seemed to come out of nowhere, making sense in the story but without enough build-up. Things played out in an interesting way, but I wasn’t given enough detail to be completely satisfied.

As my first Tamara Gill read, His Lady Smuggler has left me curious about the author’s other work. At the same time, it was not enough to push the author’s work to the top of my to-read list.

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Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Release Blitz: Love Worth Saving.




Title: Love Worth Saving
Series: Saved by Love #2.5
Author: Sarah Stevens
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 26, 2019



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After whisking his extended family off on a trip to Maldives, Jackson finds himself feeling more alone than ever. Jax is beginning to fear his chance at love has passed him by, when fate intervenes in the form of his childhood crush. 

After learning her fiancĂ© was cheating on her, Marissa has no regrets about leaving him at the altar or hopping on a plane by herself for a luxurious honeymoon in Maldives—alone. She is through with love forever, until she sees...him. Jackson was her first love, the boy she never forgot. 

Unfortunately, the circumstances that drove them apart haven’t changed, and being together might threaten the safety and security of everyone they care about. Is a second chance at love possible when blood ties stand in the way?

During life’s darkest trials, battered hearts can only be saved...by love.







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I walk down the path to the main resort and as I pass by one of the villas, I see one of the attendants leaving and the most gorgeous girl standing in the door. Her blonde hair glows in the sunlight as her slender frame barely take up any space in the doorway. She seems to have a sadness about her, but how can anyone be sad in a place like this? Oh yeah being lonely and having no one. That’s me, but why is she looking so sad. When I glance in her direction, I notice she lowers her head, but I see her eyes raise just enough where she is still looking in my direction. I smirk to myself and continue walking by.
I find the bar by the pool get my whiskey from the bartender and find a seat in a quiet corner where I can see everyone and have no one behind me, the curse of who I am I always make sure I have my back to a wall for my own security. I see the target before they see me.
This place is beautiful, tropical and buzzing with sexuality with the sun setting and the dim lighting and I’m alone. I don’t even want to think about what’s going on in the villa with the others.
A little while later I glance up over the rim of my glass and notice the girl from earlier walking in, not paying any attention to her surroundings while walking up to the bar. Like she was there on a mission. With glass in hand, she turns to look around and spots me in my corner. When she notices me looking at her, she turns away from me, finishes her drink, gets another one and walks out of the bar. There is something that draws my attention to her, beyond the desolate look on her face. Something familiar. 






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Sarah Stevens is a New Adult Romance author.

Sarah started writing her first novel The Night He Saved Me in her free time while being a stay­-at­-home mom. Then one day, it started to flow, and she was writing "The End" in a matter of two months.

When she isn't writing, she is enjoying the southern life with her husband, three kids, a Saint Bernard—who is still adjusting to the southern summers and Bruno a rescue dog. She can't go a day without her coffee in the morning—and a few more cups during the day and her late nights writing.

She enjoys reading Contemporary or New Adult Romance and going to the pool or beach as much as she can. She loves all things Disney and collects Disney mugs to drink her beloved coffee in.


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Release Blitz: Exquisitely Hidden.




Title: Exquisitely Hidden
Series: Sin City Tale #2
Author: M. Jay Granberry
Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 26, 2019



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He was everything I needed when I thought I had it all…
As front man for the band everyone’s eyes are on me.
I bask in the spotlight
Because it hides the flaws.
Everyone has secrets.
Mine will ruin everything I’ve built.
My career, my music, my life…
But keeping this secret?
It’s breaking my heart.
I knew how we would end before we started
And still I can’t resist him.
Not everyone will understand.
But I do.
It’s simple.
He’s the man I’m meant to love.
How long can I deny who I truly am?
Should I keep my secret or risk it all?







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Prologue

Adam

I let my weight sink into the cushions of the chaise lounge as I eye the backyard. Trimmed hedges line the brick fence, towering palm trees rest in the corners. Wicker patio furniture with bright blue cushions decorate the covered patio and to round it off, is the infinity pool that overlooks the Las Vegas skyline.
It’s perfect.
Sometimes, I have the urge to pinch myself because I still can’t believe that this is my life.
The heat from the sun warms my skin, soaking into muscle and bone relaxing me to the point of senselessness.  I take in the view behind mirrored sunglasses as a big body breaks the water’s surface. Seth’s lithe form cuts through the water, smooth and deliberate. His last stroke short as he nears the side. Instead of turning for another lap he places both palms on the edge of pool and lifts himself out.
 And I can’t help but to stare. Even now, when I know that body as well as I know my own.  I’ve caressed every sinewy inch, memorized every peak, kissed every valley but I’m still in awe of all things Seth Cody.
He walks toward me, eyes unblinking, chiseled jaw clenched, and I fight not to fidget under his gaze. He doesn’t stop walking until he’s right in front of me. Lowering, his solid weight settles near my hip and a soft pair of cool lips brush along the whiskers on my jaw in a slow tease before moving across my mouth.
Seth leans into me, beads of water glisten on his tan skin and roll forward to splatter on my chest and arms, nimble fingers remove my sunglasses and I stare into sad eyes the color of aged whiskey. His hands move into my hair as he angles my head licking up the center of my lips asking permission before his rough voice whispers a demand.
 “Kiss me.” He says.
But I shouldn’t.
Last night we had words, spoke like two sensible adults, no yelling, no cursing, no tears. I made it clear that I don’t do relationships. Even when every fiber of my being is begging me to reconsider. I let him know that I have no intention of picking up the mantle and becoming a representation for gay men anywhere, let alone in the music industry. Regardless of the fact when I look into his eyes I see forever. I told him that being in Las Vegas, trying to get custody of my sister, being the leader and the glue for my band is more important than our fledgling relationship. Although the idea of never touching or kissing or simply being with him, really connecting as two human beings with lust and something that could be love is killing me.
I try to turn my head away from the sweetest temptation but the hand in my hair hampers my halfhearted escape. 
“You want me, Adam. I’m right here.” He nibbles on my bottom lip. “Right in front of you. Take me.” He pleads. And this time when our lips meet, I let him in. I revel in the pressure of his mouth and the heady taste I get when his tongue finally breaks the barrier of my lips to twist with mine.
I ache for him. Always for him. Only for him.
I groan into his mouth and curl a hand around the back of his neck pulling him into me. If this is the last time. I might as well make it count, right?
I’m a glutton for this man. A whore greedy for his lust and desires. So, I take what he’s offering and plunder his mouth. I kiss him like it’s the last time, because it is. I kiss him like he’s precious and like I’ll miss him, because he is, and I will. I own his mouth the way I want to own his body, deep and sweet with the sting of pain.
We part on a breath, and I look up into those pretty, pretty brown eyes and for the first time since I told him we were over. I regret it.
He deserves better than me.
He deserves a man that can love him out loud and in front of world. One he can build a life and a future with.
I chose my path at seventeen and claiming a man for my very own has never been part of the plan. I have the music and my band, my family. I always knew fame would demand its due. It’s the way this world works
I trail my fingers across the thin red material of his swim trunks. His shaft twitches under my touch and air hisses from his lungs at the contact. I smile because I love that his body is so expressive, reacting to the softest touch. I work my hands under the waistband of his shorts and pull them down his hips. I see nothing as I kiss down his chest, but unfettered inches of honey kissed skin and a long thick dick lined with veins tapered to a flared crown.
“Adam it doesn’t have to end here. We… ahhhh—”
The words die on his lips as I open my mouth wide and moan around his length as it slides along my taste buds to the back of my throat. His hands cradle the back of my head, his hips involuntarily rolling with pleasure.
I suck him down like I mean it with succulent sounds and fuck me eyes. I suck until he haunches forward and my nose settles in the soft hair at the root of dick. I suck him until the muscles in his thighs shake and his shaft becomes impossibly hard and starts to pulse.
“Don’t stop. I’m almost there. Just a little…”
I grip him in a tight fist my hand now working in tandem with my mouth. His eyes never leave mine as he shutters and releases deep in my throat.
Seth pulls himself free and those pillow soft lips immediately find mine. He tastes like chlorine and summer and something I recognize as uniquely him.
When he pulls back his eyes are glassy with unshed tears as he studies me.
“So this is goodbye then?” He asks.
“This is goodbye.” I parrot.
A couple of tears leak from the corners of his eyes, but he squeezes them shut cutting off the flow.
“Aw, baby...” I say. My thumb swiping over the ridge of his cheekbone. You’re breaking my fucking heart. He leans forward again kissing me one last time before he stands. His movements are slow and methodical. And there is a slight tremor to his hands when he pulls up his shorts. I see him start the process to morph into the ideal body guard and the elite soldier. His eyes lose their innate softness and his jaw sets in an unforgiving hard line. He pulls in all that emotion and stuffs its somewhere far away from the surface and a little part of me hurts that I’ve caused this.
“Seth…”
“Don’t. No explanation necessary I understand. I do. Let’s just…” he rubs the back of his neck. “Let’s just take it for what it is…I mean was.” He won’t look at me as he speaks and when I sit up, naturally leaning toward him, my hand coming out to rest the back of his knee, he skirts my touch immediately backing away.
“I gotta go. Sin gets in today. I have to get to the hotel and make sure everything is ready.” He still refuses to meet my gaze as he steps into the house. Slipping quietly through the door.
I drop back on the lawn chair with a thud. Fuck! Fuck! Fuck! Fuuuuuck! I punch my hands into the air and slam my head on the thick padding of the chaise.  I’ve never been a romantic. That’s my best friend Sin, not me. But dammit just this once I wish I was. I wish I had it in me to give him an epic kind of love. The kind that fills the pages of a notebook and inspires hit songs.
Fifteen minutes later I catch a glimpse of his broad shoulders, now encased in layers of fabric, a duffle bag slung over his shoulder, radio piece in his ear, gun clipped to his belt. Those gorgeous brown eyes covered with dark sunglasses and those soft lips I kissed what now feels like forever ago are pressed tight into a thin stoic line. The sound of his boots beat a steady cadence on the wooden floor as he passes in the hallway.
I stand just outside the open sliding glass door, hands pressed on either side of the metal frame.
“Seth?” I whisper.
His footsteps pause halfway to the front door, but he doesn’t turn around.
“I’m…” Terrified that when you walk out that door, you’ll take piece of me. A giant piece that I’ll never get back.
“I’m sorry.” I say instead. His shoulders rise and fall with one big heaving breath before he continues toward the door. He doesn’t look at me or acknowledge my unbefitting apology.
I let my head drop forward until it hangs heavy and the muscles between my shoulder blades pull tight. I can’t watch him walk out. Even though it’s the right thing. Possibly the best thing, I can’t watch it. I won’t.  My heart starts to beat faster as the footsteps move away. I hold my breath when the door opens, and when it closes, I exhale a long-frustrated stream of moist air.
So, this is what a real goodbye feels like? Like someone just placed my heart in a blender and pulverized it.
Yep. This sucks!






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M. Jay Granberry is first and foremost an insatiable reader.
Among her favorite things are classic fairy tales, smutty books where characters have heart, old lady sweaters (preferably chunky knit), gift baskets (giving not receiving), and charcuterie trays (green olives, smoked cheese, and Genoa salami).
She is a true Las Vegas native, the one in Nevada not New Mexico, and to answer the most frequently asked questions about growing up in Sin City…
  • No, she doesn’t live in a hotel.
  • No, she has never been a stripper although she does know some.
  • Prostitution is absolutely illegal in Clark County (Las Vegas)!
  • And what happens in Vegas does indeed stay in Vegas.
M. Jay earned a degree in words and stories, and after fifteen plus years of doing everything other than writing, she penned her first novel.
Giving a voice to characters, that are strong yet fragile, that are sometimes uncomfortably real, that express love in dirtiest ways with the sweetest sentiments is honestly a dream come true.


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Release Blitz: Nix.




Title: NIX
Series: Daring the Kane Brothers #4
Standalone Series
Author: Kelly Gendron
Genre: Steamy Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 26, 2019



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Single dad. Computer geek. One-night stand. Not looking for love. 
That’s how my profile reads

And I was getting away with the whole no girlfriend status
Until Payton Tucker showed up

Damn, that woman walks in a room and the world stops spinning
Gravity pulls me right to her
Not to mention, my kid likes her

But, as my profile reads, I am NOT looking for love
Especially with a woman who smells, feels and touches me just like my first love–– the same woman who walked out on me and our kid

So, Payton Tucker can take her makes the world stop spinning sexy blue eyes and go right back to where she came from

But, to be on the safe side–– considering she is a lot like my MIA ex, before I send Payton Tucker on her way, maybe I should discover exactly where she came from…







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"Bad boys, give 'em a little time and experience, and they will evolve into misbehaving men!"

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