~☆Review☆~ The Pilot & the Puck-up by Pippa Grant


Title: The Pilot & the Puck-Up
Author: Pippa Grant

Genre: Sexy Romantic Comedy

 Release Date: February 16, 2018

He’s the biggest, baddest, most spider-fearing motherpucker on the ice…

When you’re named after the king of the gods, the world expects certain things of you.

Tough? Damn right.

Smart? Don’t let the hockey uniform fool you.

Large and in charge? Honey, I’m the biggest, baddest, mother pucking-est machine to ever own the ice. I shoot. I score. In and out of the rink. I don’t come early, but I come often, if you know what I mean. And I always leave the ladies wanting more.

Until that chick last night.

I’m no one-thrust wonder, and you’re damn right I’m going to prove to her I can do better. But every time I think I’m finally on my way back into her pants, she one-ups and out-balls me.

I should cut my losses, lick my wounds, and walk away.

But Zeus Berger doesn’t walk away from anything.

Especially when she’s the only woman in the world who might be able to handle me.

The Pilot and the Puck-Up is a standalone romantic comedy featuring a hockey player whose ego is the only thing bigger than his shoe size, the most badass woman to ever fly a plane, rubber chockey (don’t ask), and no cheating or cliffhangers.



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I’m not going to review this book. I’m going to warn you.

  1. Don’t read it in public if you’re a giggle-snorter. Actually, you probably shouldn’t read it in public even if you aren’t a giggle-snorter, because you’ll probably giggle-snort anyway. 
  2. Don’t read it around people who are going to ask why you’re laughing. Because you might not be able to explain it. They’ll just have to read it for themselves. 
  3. Don’t start reading when you have somewhere important to be. Like work. Apparently “I got caught up in this book” is not an acceptable excuse for being late. Book haters. 
  4. Pippa Grant has the humor of a fourteen-year-old boy who just saw his first pair of boobs. It’s dirty. It’s inappropriate. It’s freaking hilarious. 
  5. If you’re at all serious about the Greek and Roman pantheon of gods, this book might make your head explode because Zeus Berger named his…ahem. Never mind, you can figure that out for yourself. 
  6. Pippa Grant gives good newsletter. That’s not so much a warning as it is an FYI.



Zeus Berger (aka the biggest, baddest, most spider-fearing mother pucker to ever play in the NHL)
Coconuts are itchy. I should’ve gone for the watermelons.
But it was a bitch and a half getting that last-minute private fitting at Madame Cosette’s anyway, and the woman probably would’ve had to stitch three bras together and then nailed the damn contraption to my shoulders to get it to hold without losing a melon, so coconuts it is.
Besides, it’s the heels that are gonna be the bigger problem. Damn good thing I have ankles of fucking steel. And my minidress is stretched to max capacity over the coconuts anyway. It’s also in danger of showing my other coconuts, if you catch my drift. And there’s definitely a drift—or is that a draft?—on my other coconuts.
A wolf whistle echoes through the swanky private clubhouse where I’m strolling in with my twin brother on my left and my brother from another mother on my right. A passing server drops a tray of champagne. Conversation stops. And a bunch of stuffy golf pricks gape at us like we’re a mutant alien circus freak show crashing their million-dollar wedding reception. We’re three dudes who have more money than God, more muscles than all the Kardashians’ bodyguards combined, and more fun than cotton candy and roller coasters.
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Pippa Grant is a stay-at-home mom and housewife who loves to escape into sexy, funny stories way more than she likes perpetually cleaning toothpaste out of sinks and off toilet handles. When she’s not reading, writing, sleeping, or trying to prepare her adorable demon spawn to be productive members of society, she’s fantasizing about chocolate chip cookies.
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~☆Cover Reveal☆~ Catching Carly by Emma Hart




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Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000035_00027]My name is Carly Porter… And I’m really good at bad decisions.

How do I know this, exactly? Well, not including the time I accidentally bleached my eyebrows or sprained my ankle changing a lightbulb…

I had sex with my best friend’s brother.

Zeke Elliott has been a thorn in my side for eleven years. A very sexy, very tempting, very freaking annoying one. With big…hands.

And now my clitoris has a crush on the guy.

Seriously. I can’t look at him without my vagina performing accidental kegels. Which would be fine, but he’s Cain’s brother. I hate him. He’s off limits, right?









By day, New York Times and USA Today bestselling New Adult author Emma Hart dons a cape and calls herself Super Mum to two beautiful little monsters. By night, she drops the cape, pours a glass of whatever she fancies—usually wine—and writes books.

Emma is working on Top Secret projects she will share with her followers and fans at every available opportunity. Naturally, all Top Secret projects involve a dashingly hot guy who likes to forget to wear a shirt, a sprinkling (or several) of hold-onto-your-panties hot scenes, and a whole lotta love.

She likes to be busy—unless busy involves doing the dishes, but that seems to be when all the ideas come to life.



~☆Cover Reveal☆~ P.I.T.A. by Brooke Blaine

Title: P.I.T.A. (L.A. Liaisons, #3)
Author: Brooke Blaine
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: January 30, 2017
Cover Design: By Hang Lee



As one of the most prestigious wedding coordinators in Los Angeles, Paige Iris Traynor-Ashcroft is known for being classy, elegant, and the orchestrator of many happily-ever-afters.

But in the words of Paige herself: “What a crock of shiitake.”

Known affectionately (or not) as P.I.T.A. to those closest to her, she’s never been one to buy into the whole monogamy thing for herself. Sure, her BFFs are getting picked off by Cupid one by one, but his arrows have nothing on her semiautomatic.

Richard “Dick” Dawson does his best to live up to his name. A long-time frenemy and manwhore extraordinaire, he thrives on pushing limits, pushing up skirts—and pushing every single one of Paige’s buttons. He’s the itch she can’t scratch, and doesn’t want to. Or does she?

What happens when blazing-hot rage turns to crazy, unexplainable lust? Surely not…love? Because that would just be a total P.I.T.A.

Read the series!

Licked (L.A. Liaisons, #1)

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Hooker (L.A. Liaisons,#2)

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About Brooke Blaine

You could say Brooke Blaine was a book-a-holic from the time she knew how to read; she used to tell her mother that curling up with one at 4 a.m. before elementary school was her ‘quiet time.’ Not much has changed except for the espresso I.V. pump she now carries around and the size of her onesie pajamas.

Brooke enjoys writing sassy contemporary romance, whether in the form of comedy, suspense, or erotica. The latter has scarred her conservative Southern family for life, bless their hearts.

If you’d like to get in touch with her, she’s easy to find – just keep an ear out for the Rick Astley ringtone that’s dominated her cell phone for ten years.

You can connect with Brooke here:


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~☆Review☆~ Misfit Brides series by Jamie Farrell

I’ve already reviewed Blissed by itself where I then plowed through the other four books (3 full-length & 1 novella). Seriously, I read the entire series in about a week, give or take. So I’m going to do that thing where I review all the books at once.

First, let me say this is SUCH a fun series. It’s light and funny, while at the same time full of heartfelt emotion.


I loved Lindsey and Will. She’s that beautiful balance of tough exterior and wounded vulnerable soul, while he’s a soft country boy wrapped in devilish charm. 

I’ve had those what-if moments. The ones where you cringe at the memory because you screwed up so royally. You KNOW there’s no going back, but you still wonder if you’d done things differently, if your life would have taken a different path. 

Lindsey and Will get the chance for a do-over, not just with each other, but with themselves as well. They both have talents that are floundering because they don’t have the muse that feeds their creativity. So they take the second chance. 

Kind of. It’s not that easy. 

I don’t want to give too much away. 



I’m pretty sure that’s a made up word.

This novella gives readers the inside details between Mikey and Dahlia that the author teased us with in Matched. Mikey is a dawg, living up his country star bad-boy image. Dahlia is a softy who needs his connection to Will to give her ice cream parlor a boost (even in the Marriage capital of the Midwest, not a lot of ice cream eating in the winter). Circumstances happen that puts Dahlia at the right place at the right time to help Mikey out.

This is a short, sweet, funny, perfect story.



Sugared is my favorite.

There! I said it.

Kimmie makes this book. I don’t think this story would be nearly as good with any other heroine. That probably doesn’t make any sense. Anyway. Kimmie is awkward and weird – not your normal gorgeous, flowing locks heroine that easily snags the guy. What I love most about this book is that Kimmie, who figures prominently in the series, comes into her own. Not in a takes off her glasses, shakes out her hair, and is suddenly gorgeous, kind of way – in a way that matters. She finds her inner strength, stands up to her devils’ bride of a mother, and is completely unapologetic about who she is. THAT’s the kind of heroine romance readers need. It’s okay to be quirky and play nuclear bunny games and realize your friends love you for all that, not despite that.

Whew! Okay. I loved this book, in case you didn’t realize that.



Merried is another second chance love story, but with a little mystery thrown in. The cast of characters in this book is hilarious, from the marriage/wedding obsessed mother, to the glimpses of characters from previous books, to the imaginary Phoebe Moon. 

If I had an imaginary friend, it would be Phoebe Moon. Also, I’m very upset there isn’t actually a middle-grade series starring Phoebe Moon. 

There are so many giggle inducing moments in this books, it’s ridiculous. This for instance: Merry is being hit on in a bookstore. Max (she doesn’t know his name yet) comes to her defense. Phoebe Moon throws in some commentary and Merry says, 

“Could you keep it down? You’re bothering Spike.”

Both men peered at her feet, as though looking for a dog or a pet hamster or a stroller.

“Spike?” Linebacker Guy said.

She smiled at him. “My pet dragon? He’s very uncomfortable with strangers.” She made a show of stroking the air next to her. “It’s okay, Spike. Spencer will be here soon, and we’ll talk to him about you starring in his next novel, okay?”


I’m so talking to my imaginary pet dragon next time some weirdo hits on me. Merried is full of moments like that, along with the angsty moments you expect from a really good romance.


I seriously can’t gush enough about this series. I really, really want Pepper to be next!