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INKED ARMOR

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INKED ARMORHELENA HUNTING
Posted:  June 7, 2014

In this follow-up to Clipped Wings, the emotional love story continues between Hayden and Tenley; two young people who desperately want to love and be loved but are afraid to completely let go of their pasts.

In the wake of losing Tenley Page, tattooist Hayden Stryker's tumultuous past is haunting him. Plagued by nightmares about the murder of his parents, Hayden reaches out again to Tenley. Having run from the man she doesn't believe she deserves, Tenley finally lays her guilt to rest. Despite their intense physical attraction, Hayden and Tenley struggle to repair their fragile emotional connection. As Hayden gets closer to the truth, he must find a way to reconcile his guilt over his parents' death in order to keep the woman who finally cracked his armor, and found her way into his heart.
MY REVIEW:     Okay, I have to say this book redeems itself as far as the length of the book, the character background enlightenment, and cu…

JUST YOU

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JUST YOUJANE LARK
Posted:  June 7, 2014

The morning after the New Year’s Eve before...

Waking up to a new year with a killer hangover and hazy memories of a seriously hot hook-up the night before leaves Portia in an awkward situation... Did I, or didn’t I? The only way she’s going to find out is by standing up to the guy in question.

With no regrets, Justin is willing to play the gentleman and save Portia her embarrassment. Only then he gets a text saying, come over… and he’s not gonna lie – this is friends with a lot of benefits!

But no matter how good the sex is, there’s one thing Justin’s not down with: being this shallow rich girl’s dirty little secret...

MY REVIEW:  This was a really good interracial story.  In which not only are you crossing color barriers but socioeconomic road blocks as well.  Both didn’t seem too much for Justin but they were at first for Portia.  She had been not only hurt by her inner most circle but they betrayed her trust.       So, when they actually started …