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Suddenly Last Summer by Sarah Morgan

I give this book 5 stars

I got this book last week for reviewing from the author Sarah Morgan, it felt strange because I have not read a paperback book for awhile now, as I generally read on my kindle but I thoroughly enjoyed the feel for a change and the book was an exceptional read too. 401 more words


It’s fair to say that I was… less than impressed by Sarah Morgan‘s first O’Neil Brothers book, SLEIGH BELLS IN THE SNOW – unfortunately the heroine’s issues with Christmas struck me as ridiculously OTT, and while I developed a soft spot for Jackson’s family and enjoyed the (very) snowy Vermont setting, my inability to understand where Kayla was coming from meant that the romance never quite took off for me. 605 more words


Book review: Suddenly Last Summer by Sarah Morgan

*Copy provided by author in exchange for an honest review*

MAMA MIA! I have only two words for this book – SCORCHING HOT! Seriously, what is it about Sarah Morgan and her writing that makes my pulse race like crazy? 667 more words


Tangled Up by Megan Hart, Sarah Morgan & Lauren Dane

In brief: Three spicy stories of young women who know what they want and are prepared to work hard to get it.

The good: As the stories are shorter, you can read them more quickly. 835 more words

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I Blame You: Books You Made Me Buy This Week

I have little control over my book spending. But it’s not my fault. It’s yours.

1. I wasn’t going to buy the new Loretta Chase historical romance. 510 more words

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Review: Suddenly Last Summer by Sarah Morgan

Last summer, Dr. Sean O’Neil and Élise, the French chef at his family’s Vermont resort Snow Crystal, got busy in a meadow. Scratchy. And crazy wild. 619 more words

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Review: Burned by Sarah Morgan

Sarah Morgan’s first Cosmo Red-Hot Read was Ripped, which may have been the Best Book Ever. Give or take. Burned picks up where it left off, following the tale of Hayley’s sister Rosie, a martial arts trainer with a bit of a complex about it. 349 more words

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