Chelsea Jack

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 216
Helpful votes received on reviews: 85% (40 of 47)
Location: Canada
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 216 - Total Helpful Votes: 40 of 47
Exchange of Fire (An SBG Novel) by P. A. DePaul
4.0 out of 5 stars Solid Romantic Suspense, Aug. 21 2014
Exchange of Fire was more than I expected it to be. I thought it would be a sort of shoot 'em up, spy-action, go go go kind of romance, with some hot sex scenes on the run. Instead, it's got a slower pace, but a more meaningful relationship conflict and I really enjoyed that.

Sandra's on the run and her past is about to catch up with her. Grady's trying to create a safe haven for children - you can probably see already where the conflict exists. I loved watching these two nearly self-combust from sexual tension, all while trying to remain hands-off as they respected that there could be nothing long lasting between them. It was a really well written romance, and I was sympathetic… Read more
How the Scoundrel Seduces (Duke's Men) by Sabrina Jeffries
I have high expectations for Sabrina Jeffries' novels - the bar has been set pretty high by earlier books, so I was hoping this one would be entertaining. I was not disappointed: I thoroughly enjoyed this entry in the Duke's Men series. It was so much fun to read - the chemistry between love interests Tristan and Zoe was excellent!

Tristan was a snarky smartass at first, and I loved it. Zoe was determined and believably frustrated with him when he would admit to his desire for her and then put up barriers between them. She was caught in a difficult position and I loved that she called him on it when he only made things harder for her. I believed the sparks between these two -… Read more
Love Bites: A Sugar City Novella (Entangled Bliss) by Ophelia London
Short, sweet, I enjoyed this shark-infested tale. The timing with Shark Week made me grin - gotta keep the good times going! ;)

Love Bites takes the "one night standees discover they've got to work together" trope (there must be a more elegant way to say that) and twists it about. Instead of actually going for it, Sharona gets cold feet and that amps up the tension the next day when she and Jeff have to face each other in the harsh light of day with all that sexual tension still built up between them.

I'm not much of a boat person, though I've been loving books set on boats lately. I appreciated the details provided in terms of the shark research being done… Read more

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