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For A Good Time, Call... (Bluewater Bay #17) - Anne Tenino & E. J. Russell

“Yeah, and this is exactly why I never go out anymore. Everyone assumes that because I’m single, I must be panting to get laid.”

 

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Favourite Bluewater Bay book yet

Selfie by Amy Lane

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Absolutely my favourite one yet in this series. This book deals – most beautifully – with grief and how it can utterly cripple you to the point where you simply cease to be. 404 more words

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For a Good Time, Call... (Bluewater Bay #17) by Anne Tenino & E.J. Russell

Thirty-seven-year-old Nate Albano’s second relationship ever ended three years ago, and since he’s grace—gray asexual—he doesn’t anticipate beating the odds to find a third. Still, he’s got his dog, his hobbies, and his job as a special effects technician on Wolf’s Landing, so he can’t complain—much. 536 more words

The Burnt Toast B&B (Bluewater Bay #5) - Heidi Belleau & Rachel Haimowitz

“Ginsberg was still here, and not only that, Derrick had discovered he really did like having the kid around.”

 

In a word: Read the thing. I laughed and cried reading this, that’s how emotional it was. 1,987 more words

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Bluewater Blues by G. B. Gordon

This is a solid addition to the Bluewater Bay canon. Jack Daley runs the local shop, Your Daley Bread (yes, really) with his autistic sister, Margaret. 227 more words

There's Something About Ari (Bluewater Bay #2) - L. B. Gregg

“You dropped off the planet for five years, and now you come back like hey, no big deal, and we’re supposed to picked up where we left off? 1,731 more words

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Starstruck (Bluewater Bay #1) - L. A. Witt

“They just barely knew each other, and Levi couldn’t justify gambling a career opportunity like this for the minuscule chance that Carter was even attracted to him, never mind interested in dating.” 2,270 more words

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