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Plot –  8¢

Not since the Fifty Shades Series have I been so deliciously addicted to smut. This is a story of instant chemistry, undeniable attraction and knowing the darkest desires of someone else and wanting them more for it.

InFlight has a very erotic storyline created around characters that are flawed, insecure and sometimes almost sinister. Through honesty and sharing their pasts, Bianca and James realize they may be more similar than they ever thought possible.

R.K. Lilley is descriptive to the max and doesn’t shy away from uncomfortable subjects, situations and doesn’t skimp on the taboo elements of BDSM. Sound like something you’re into yet? If not, you may not need to read further. If so, enter at your own risk. Fasten your seatbelts and return your tables to an upright position… and prepare for turbulence.

Main Characters – 4¢

The main characters were forged from…

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…it’s your chance to do the hump

…#HumpThisWednesday ‘s installment of #MenageABlog is dedicated to Jamie McGuire’s Beautiful Disaster… and more importantly Travis Maddox and what’s her name? Oh yeah, Abby (Pigeon) Abernathy.

…let’s just take a minute and let that sink in.

My favorite part of this book, looking back at my highlights, would have to be their fights. What a chemistry they had when their tempers flared.

Check out the Fifty5Cents review of {Beautiful Disaster} Here.


Here are some of my favorite lines…

To douchebags!” he said, gesturing to Brad. “And to girls that break your heart,” he bowed his head to me. His eyes lost focus. “And to the absolute fucking horror of losing your best friend because you were stupid enough to fall in love with her.



 I know we’re fucked up, alright? I’m impulsive, and hot tempered, and you get under my skin like no…

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This special trial-run #FMeFriday is brought to you by the letter “K.”

K as in “K, I’ll do what ever you want me to, Kellan Kyle.” And I mean ah…nay…thaaaang…

Does this kind of perfection exist?

Now, I know I shouldn’t really compare my husband to Kellan Kyle, but I can’t help it. I think it’s the band thing. Kellan was a singer and Danny, my groom, is a drummer. Kellan is a blond hair blue-eyed Gawd and Danny is my brown hair/brown-eyed world.

Something about his personality seems familiar to me. Something about the phone calls from the road and the “what’s he doing out there” time in MY life comes back to me. The excitement. The travel. The anticipation. The pride.

Anyway…back to Kellan. It is obvious that the majority of swooners out there are all about the Devin Paisley as Kellan Kyle. I happen to be one…

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Plot- 6¢

This book was drove me crazy. It’s a story about a girl and her step-brother and their step/half-sister and their other step brother and not-so-sibling-like love. It wasn’t grossly incestuous, but it was a bit incestuous.  It proves that love happens where you least expect it. And it also proves if Rush Finlay wants you..LET HIM!

Main Characters- 4¢

Blaire Wynn moves from her home town leaving an old pseudo boyfriend, and not much else. She takes shit from everyone. She’s really hard-working and a little naïve.

Rush Finlay is a rock-star’s son, a playboy and a major screw up when it comes to Blaire. If this guy wasn’t so good at apologizing, I’d hate him. Any, of course by apologizing I mean cunnilingus. I’d forgive him…. everyday.

Secondary Characters- 4¢

Grant, Woods, Jace and Bethy were great supporting characters. I really liked Woods he was flirty but…

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Reckless- Thoughtless, P.3 comes out tomorrow! Get ready by checking out my Effortless review.

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Plot- 8¢

Well, what can I say? I liked this book much more than Thoughtless. I thought the plot had a better foundation, I was less annoyed with Kiera and I fell further in love with Kellan.

The story picks up where the previous installment left off. The band gained in popularity, the other characters side stories were brought to the forefront and we learn even more about Kiera and Kellan’s families and history.

I loved book two and am really happy I couldn’t resist Kellan Kyle.

Main Characters- 4¢

As immature as Kiera was in the first book, I wasn’t expecting to connect with her as much as I did in Effortless. She made better decisions, mostly, and she was more honest. Mostly. She is still Kiera.

Kellan Kyle won me, when I though I was already his. How endearing and phenomenally sweet can one guy be?…

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folPlot –  9¢

Flat-Out Love was so unusual. A totally non-typical, love triangle-ish brain teaser. This book looks at post traumatic stress and the wicked act of enabling. It is a story about a wrecked family and a girl that somehow mends their broken hearts. In the mean time, she falls in love for the first time and manages to get her heart-broken in the process.

This book is a romance, but it’s a lot more that too. It’s intelligence and unusual story will grip your heart and wreak havoc on your mind. There is a mystery and, therefore, the suspense swells to the breaking point at the end.

Main Characters – 4¢

It is hard to distinguish the main characters from a few of the secondary characters. It isn’t a normal, two person lead type of book.

The main character is Julie, a college student. She’s very smart, caring…

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Plot- 8¢

Great YA story. Angsty to the max. Love triangle. Ms. McAdams does one of the hardest things possible to one of her characters. Very brave move.

Main Characters- 4¢

Harper has a huge heart.Torn. Indecisive. Brandon “Man of the Millennium” is the most understanding human ever wrote. Chase is the perfect bad-boy, loner.

Secondary Characters- 5¢

Totally awesome. The Grayson’s are so welcoming and unconditionally loving. Brea is the best ever bestfriend.

Setting- 3¢

Parts stick out looking back, but it wasn’t a main focus in the book. Good.

Humor- 2¢

Some parts were upbeat, absolutely not a comedic read. Major drama.

A/R- 4¢

Start to finish no stopping. Progression lulled a little in the second quarter, but picked back up in spades.

Vocab- 3¢

YA voice, not super complex. Good editing.

Steam- 3¢

Holy patience, Batman! Brandon has balls of steel. Being YA, I didn’t expect really…

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