Romance Review: Crazy Stupid Sex by Maisey Yates

Crazy, Stupid SexCrazy Stupid Sex by Maisey Yates
Publisher:
 Cosmo Red Hot Reads from Harlequin
Format:
 ebook
ISBN: B00G0J9CGS
Genre: Romance
Release date: February 11th 2014 
Number of pages: 101
Source: NetGalley

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Summary:

How to Land the Hot Guy 1.0

A multimillionaire by the age of 27, app developer Evie James is clueless when it comes to hooking up. So she does what any self-respecting geek-girl looking to get laid would do: she programs her own app for landing a hot guy. After a few failed attempts at making contact, beta testing leads her to Caleb Anderson.

Caleb is used to female attention, but finds himself attracted to Evie because of her unique brand of awkward. A master of one-night stands, he’s more than happy to show her what she’s been missing in the bedroom. But he quickly discovers that one night with a woman like Evie will never be enough for him…

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Review:

Another cute romance, but this time a short story. I liked Evie because she’s a little geek girl like myself and after her boyfriend dumped her we can see that she needed a night out with a real guy taking care of her and Caleb was perfect, he’s only problem was following her afterwards.

I liked to see the change in Caleb and Evie helped him a lot, but the best part for me was how much Caleb helped her change her views about herself and be more sexy. Evie needed this boost in her self-esteem especially after the way her ex left her. Both changed in this novella, but they made a cute and very sexy couple.

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Romance Review: One Night in Santiago by Audra North

One Night in SantiagoOne Night in Santiago by Audra North
Publisher:
 Entangled: Flaunt
Format:
 ebook
ISBN: 1622664108
Genre: Romance
Release date: December 30th 2013
Number of pages:  120
Source: Publisher

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Summary:

Lily Stanton’s vacation goes from bad to worse when a storm strands her in a foreign country, arguing with an arrogant—and very sexy—stranger over the last available hotel room.

Successful CEO Bruno Komarov wasn’t expecting the gorgeous woman checking in at the reception desk to challenge him over a room. Even more surprising, he actually enjoys their exchange.

But when Lily proposes a compromise—she’ll take the bed and he can sleep on the couch—Bruno pushes his attraction aside and assures himself that this can remain strictly business. After all, they’re both adults capable of keeping their hands to themselves. They’ll share the room, get a good night’s sleep, and be off to their respective destinations in the morning.

What could possibly happen in just one night?

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Review:

When I started reading this novella had no idea it was part of a series and you can read as stand alone without a problem too. This was a nice story and I liked Lily from the start, she’s such a nice girl and needed some fun for a moment. Loved the converstaion with her sister, because we can clearly see the love and the worry her family felt for her. Bruno was a great guy actually and very hot too. So their night together was spicy, but they have more than that and it’s clear to anyone the deep understanding and love that could grow between them.

This is the second novella from this author and I’m really loving her creations. More Stanton, please.

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Romance Review: Forged in the Desert Heart by Maisey Yates

Forged in the Desert HeatForged in the Desert Heat by Maisey Yates
Publisher:
 Harlequin
Format:
 ebook
ISBN: 0373132093
Genre: Romance
Release date:   December 17th 2013 
Number of pages:  192
Source: NetGalley

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Summary:

A woman that could start a war

The Gypsy Sheikh, betrayer, modern-day marauder–Zafar Nejem has been called many things. And now he is to be called Your Majesty. Returning to the throne of Al Sabah, his first act is to rescue American heiress Analise Christensen from her desert kidnappers.

Since Ana is engaged to the ruler of the neighboring kingdom, her discovery must be concealed until Zafar can explain her presence, or else he risks war. But as the sun rises over the sand dunes, so does the forbidden heat that burns between them, threatening everything…

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Review:

I don’t know what is wrong if is me or these books, because I used to love sheikh’s and their fugitive brides, but this book lacked emotion for me. Strange since both Ana and Zafar suffered so much in life that sharing was the right choice for them. I liked the way Zafar helped her in the desert and changing her way of thinking only of her father. But I just can’t push the fact this relationship started a little off for me.

Zafar had a more difficult life and the desert was his home for years, mostly because he blamed himself for his parents death. I can understand his guilt, but it felt shallow for me the way he treated people, only thinking about his country and not his own happiness. His uncle was a hideous person for the way he treated the country and Zafar, but he was no child and comprehend really well the things happening.

Wish I had loved these two more.

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