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A Ghost of a Chance by Josh Lanyon (5 Stars)

Rhys tells us the story, and I really enjoyed his voice. There is a an interesting mystery, which kept me glued to the pages, along with an almost cryptic romance. Sexy and mysterious, I liked Sam and was hopeful that he and Rhys could make it work.


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No Such Thing (No Such Thing #1) by A.M. Arthur (4.5 Stars)

Sweet and sexy story about redemption and exploration.

Jamie was a sweet guy who lost his Mom to heart disease when he was young, and then had to go through his own heart replacement surgery.  He lives with his sister and is going to school to become a professor.  Due to his lengthy illness, he’s never even been on a date.

Alessandro moved away from his foster family to try to grow up and find himself. However, after his foster-father died unexpectedly, he returned home so that he could help out his foster mom with the two kids that she was still raising.  Although Alessandro has never been in a real relationship before, he’s had plenty of experience with other guys. He also got into quite a bit of trouble as a youth, but he’s moved past that point.

These two made such a cute couple.  Due to their younger age, Alessandro’s checkered past, and both of their lack of experience with relationships, their issues around getting together certainly made sense.  There’s also a bit of a mystery involved with some attacks on the deli and against Jamie. As Alessandro was trying to show Jamie around, they had fun at the bar, which then led to an evening of exhibitionism and fooling around with other people.

Unfortunately, the story ended without the relationship being fully defined.  Although it appears they are on their way to a happily ever after, it will probably take the next book to fully explore the remaining issues between these two.  I will definitely be looking forward to reading it!


Originally reviewed for Swept Away By Romance. Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review.
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Out of the Blue by Josh Lanyon (4.5 Stars)

Brilliant glimpse into the love life of a fighter pilot in the midst of the war.  Suspenseful and action-packed, it truly brought home the message that you have to enjoy every moment of life and love. Author did a great job conveying so much about each person with so few words.


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