I'm super excited to be part of Entangled Indulgence's special team of readers! Today, Indulgence has three books releasing.
I have all the info on all three, and I'll be posting reviews today, tomorrow, and Wednesday.
Talking Dirty With the Player by Jackie Ashenden
photographer Judith Ashton is pretty sure she has everything in her life
under control. That is, until a blast from the past comes back to taunt
her, in the shape of Caleb Steele, her older brother's best
friend...and the man who broke her heart eight years ago. Their
chemistry is combustible, but she's been fooled once by this player, and
she's not going there again. To pro rugby player Caleb, Judith has
always been his Kryptonite. But his former playboy lifestyle is the last
thing she wants to be involved in. In the midst of her brother's
threats to back off, and the deal of his career sending him far away
from her, he knows he's playing with fire. And this is one game he's
going to lose.
The Best Man's Baby by Victoria James
Florist Claire Holbrook has always
played by the rules her entire life, but breaks them to spend one night
with sexy lone wolf Jake Manning, a man she's adored since she was a
teenager. Six weeks later things get complicated when she discovers they
created a bond that will last a lifetime...Jake has never
played by the rules. Getting Minister Holbrook's daughter pregnant
wasn't part of any life plan, but he won't run from his
responsibilities. He'll step up and be the best man he can, even if he
doesn't have a clue where to begin. The more time he spends with Claire,
though, the more he wants her, and the harder it is to get close
because that would mean sharing the one thing he hasn't with anyone--the
truth and his heart.
Something's Cooking by Meg Lacey
Tess Banyon has turned
her brilliant recipe and crafting ideas into a multimedia empire.
Landing her own TV show throws her into a panic. If she's not careful,
the public will discover she isn't the domestic diva everyone thinks she
is. Investigative reporter Josh Faraday smells something smoking in
Tess's world. His goal to expose the real Tess goes into overdrive when
she lands a television show deal. He secures an assignment to shadow
her, reporting on her program, but what he's really doing is getting
dirt for his expose. Things get even stickier when Tess's family play
matchmaker. There's no shortage of fire between them, and after an
impulsive night together, Josh discovers a story he never expected--or
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My review of Something's Cooking:
I really enjoyed this fun twist on the enemies to lovers trope. The spark between the two main characters was instant, and I loved the resulting witty banter. The interference of Tess's family members is priceless, and the ending is sweet. I normally prefer a little more heat to my romance reading, but if you like sweet and sassy, this is the novel for you.
*The publisher provided a digital copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.
Check back tomorrow for my review of The Best Man's Baby!