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Review: Selfie (Bluewater Bay #13) by Amy Lane

I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the two Bluewater Bay books that have made me cry so far are by the same author. I devoured this book in less than 24 hours, even pushing back work on my own book to both finish it and type up the review while everything is fresh in my mind. 167 more words


Review: How the Cookie Crumbles (Bluewater Bay #12) by Jaime Samms

I got incredibly spoiled by how good all the books in the Bluewater Bay series have been so far. This installment certainly wasn’t a terrible book by any means, writing-wise, but it didn’t hold up to the story-telling quality of the other novels.  273 more words


Review: Stuck Landing (Bluewater Bay #11) by Lauren Gallagher

Though at first it seems odd to have an F/F romance in the midst of a series that has been primarily M/M to this point, Anna Maxwell has been a recurring character through the Bluewater Bay tales, and it was lovely to finally see her find some happiness of her own after the drama of her drawn-out breakup with Leigh featured over so many stories. 243 more words


Review: Wedding Favors (Bluewater Bay #7) by Anne Tenino

Though I wasn’t a huge fan of the short story that featured these characters in the Bluewater Bay Valentine’s Day collection, I’m very glad I went back to read Lucas and Gabe’s novel when I realized I’d missed it. 191 more words


Review: Rain Shadow (Bluewater Bay #10) by L.A. Witt

One of the things I love most about this series is the diversity of characters. This doesn’t refer to just skin color, or occupation, or whether the character is famous or “normal,” but also in terms of personal history. 237 more words


Review: When to Hold Them (Bluewater Bay #9) by G.B. Gordon

One of the things that I love about this series is that the creators of the world recognize that the entire town of Bluewater Bay does not revolve around the television show being filmed there, however much the characters mention the “Hollywood Invasion.” So much of the Pacific Northwest is protected national park (for now), that I was pleased and not surprised to find an installment featuring a park ranger. 231 more words


Lone Wolf (Bluewater Bay #4) – Aleksandr Voinov & L. A. Witt

“Kevin was a literary genius and one hell of a twisted pervert. In other words, Hunter’s catnip.”


In a word: Read the thing. I will admit that the third-act breakup miscommunication nonsense that happened near the end was a bit annoying, but other than that this was a very enjoyable read. 2,278 more words