Foxylutely Book Reviews

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 6,239 - Total Helpful Votes: 132 of 164
Beautifully Used (The Beaumont Brothers Book 2) by Susan Griscom
3.0 out of 5 stars Nice romance, 20 Sep 2014
This is the second book in the Beaumont Brothers series and although it is stated it is a standalone I think I may have gained more depth to this story if I had read the first book Beautifully Wounded.

This is the story of Brodie Beaumont and Gabrielle. It is through Jackson and Lena (who were in the first book) that they are brought together. Gabrielle is the best friend of Lena and she arrives in Turtle Lake to attend the wedding of Lena and Jackson.

Brodie had met Gabby previously which had not gone down too well when he attempted to grope her which earned him a slap in the face, so to say he is not looking forward to meeting her again is an understatement. Gabby is… Read more
Rock Addiction (Rock Kiss Book 1) by Nalini Singh
5.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 rocking stars!, 16 Sep 2014
I am a mega fan of Nalini Singhís paranormal books so when I heard she had written a Rock Star Romance I was over the moon excited. I must admit though the feel of this book was different to her previous books (and as it should be!) but I liked it. A lot. For me Fox made the read. He was lush!

Molly is hiding away from a previous family scandal so to find herself faced with the chance of a one night stand with her favourite but very famous rock star she is in a quandary. Happy to say that didnít last long though and Fox was just too irresistible to say no to.

I did find the first part of the book to be a little over the top with the insta lust and unbelievable that the… Read more
Full Disclosure (A Nice Guys Novel Book 2) by Kindle Alexander
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5.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 sexy stars!, 16 Sep 2014
This is the second book in the Nice Guys series. Each can be read as standalone but I would advise readers to read in series order. Mitch was introduced to the reader in the first book, Double Full. He was the deputy US Marshall brought in to solve the hate crimes that Colt and Jace were victims of. Here, in Full Disclosure, Mitch is no closer to catching the perpetrators and has taken a personal vow to find them and take them down.

Mitch had me swooning with just that first glimpse of him in DF but to get the full, glorified muscled and tatted up, prankster male piece of luscious gorgeousness - well there was a lot of panting going on and thatís all Iím admitting to… Read more

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