Review: The Bull Rider’s Son by Cathy McDavid

25266231The Bull Rider’s Son by Cathy McDavid
Series: Reckless, Arizona
Published by July 1st 2015 by Harlequin American Romance
Genres: Romance
Format: eARC
Source: negalley
Read: July 19 to 20, 2015
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This story for me was about honesty. We have Cassidy in a good place with her family and raising her son, but when her father hires Shane things get a little complicated.

The thing is Shane is her kids uncle and Cassidy never told about the baby to anyone besides her family. So now she’s in a bit of a big mess, because Shane is asking lots of questions and getting more than a little friendly with her.

I liked the way everything happened a little fast and we got to see and understand the reasons for all the lies and secrets, but I really liked this couple and that made it all worth it.

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Review: The Sheikh’s Secret Babies by Lynne Graham

I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

sheikhsThe Sheikh’s Secret Babies by Lynne Graham
Series: Bound by Gold #2
Published by April 21st 2015 by Harlequin
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eARC
Source: NetGalley
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Prince Jaul discovered that his marriage was real and his father had lied to him, so now he needs to find his wife and get a divorce and move on with his life. It was interesting to discover this big alpha male simply accepted everything his father said and now he’s facing the consequences of leaving the woman he loved behind.

I liked Chrissie and the way she handled everything, because let’s face it, her life was normal and then Prince Jaul disrupted everything and left her behind pregnant with his twins. So she managed fine without him and doesn’t want any help. Who could blame her for that?

This was one of my favorite Harlequin reads of this year. I think it’s safe to assume I love when a book has some baby story, but this time is so much more than that and Jaul was very interesting with his past and the way he handles everything now.

Great book!

Review: Not Quite Married by Christine Rimmer

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notquitemarriedNot Quite Married by Christine Rimmer
Series: The Bravos of Justice Creek #1
Published by April 21st 2015 by Harlequin
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eARC
Source: NetGalley
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This was such a cute and fun story to read. I loved meeting the Bravos family and discovering this big and loving people. Will definitely check the other series from this author.

I liked getting to know Clara and how she’s dealing with the baby and now the baby father. Dalton was a nice enough guy, there’s nothing wrong with him, but after a vacation holiday Clara wanted more and Dalton was not feeling very romantic after his rrecent divorce. So they parted but Clara is a good girl and she felt that Dalton needed to know about the baby, starting them all the drama.

It was cute watching Dalton trying to deal with the Bravos family and Clara, plus getting freak out about the baby. Cute book for sure.

Review: Triple the Fun by Maureen Child

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tripleTriple the Fun by Maureen Child
Series: Kings of California #16
Published by July 28th 2015 by HQN Books
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eARC
Source: NetGalley
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I liked this story, it was very different from what we usually see in the world of romances, but at the same time is normal to see this new arrangment from couples. Connor donated sperm for his friend but was told the procedure was unsucessfull. So they lied to him and now the parents have died and the babies aunt suddenly appeared asking for his money.

I didn’t liked the attittude from his friend and all of sudden he needed to became a parent to three babies that he knew nothing about, but I liked the way he overcame the adversities and really tried.

Dina is the babies aunt and has no idea about the power behind the Kings name and it’s completely overwelmed in a good way. The romance between these two was cute and fast, but the babies made everything more fun.

Review: Lance by Christi Snow

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lanceLance by Christi Snow
Series: Male Model Chronicles #2
Published by author on June 5th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eARC
Source: NetGalley
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Another great romance with a touch of suspense. I like that Christi makes short books with a complete story and we get to understand the leading couple. Andi was such a sweet and fun girl, but she was extra shy and after some alcohol the truth would come out. Lance was more of a mystery to me because he decided to work as a male model just for fun and I didn’t get it with all the hiding and plotting.

They made a cute couple and I liked how Lance decided to give Andi space and made things work really slow. She had some scary moments and now it’s a little jaded about the dating scene.

For a short story this was really good and another great add to the series.

Review: Pregnant by the Cowboy CEO by Catherine Mann

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Pregnant by the Cowboy CEOPregnant by the Cowboy CEO by Catherine Mann
Series: Diamonds in the Rough #3
Published by Harlequin on July 7th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eARC
Source: NetGalley
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This was a cute story and very well written, but for some reason I never got to really love the couple. This book is part of a series but in Harlequin romances you don’t usually need to read them all, the stories are stand alone, but in this one we got to know lost of people from the other books and it was a little confusing at times.

But my problem was with Amie and Preston, they did all wrong and started things a preganacy after an one night-stand, plus they work together and he’s the boss. There’s everything wrong in that pricture and I didn’t liked the way they simply forgot to manage things and the way Preston just wanted more sex. I think they needed more time to explore their feelings, the rushing in the last few pages made things worst to me.

It’s not a bad book because I really love Catherine Mann, but this story was not one of my favorites from her.