✍🏻 It’s finally here! Avery Flynn’s Mansplainer, the last story in her Last Man Standing series, is LIVE! Ready to find out the true winner? ✍🏻

Mansplainer by Avery Flynn is now live!

As the only Beckett cousin who is still unattached, I’m a shoo-in to win the bet with my cousins to be the last man blissfully not in love by Christmas. Of course, I know they’re still going to make me follow the rules of our bet and go on six dates with the same woman—but I’ve figured out a way out of that too. I’m getting married. Is it love? Not even close. Chelle Finch needs a temporary husband and I need to win this bet. We agree to put a ring on it knowing that in six months this marriage of convenience will end in divorce. Except, somehow dating my wife has me realizing that I don’t ever want to take this ring off if it means losing her. 
 
What does the guy who can talk his way out of anything have to do to sweet talk his temporary wife into forever?

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When Avery Flynn isn’t writing about alpha heroes and the women who tame them, she is desperately hoping someone invents the coffee IV drip. She has three slightly wild children, loves a hockey-addicted husband, and has a slight shoe addiction. Find out more about Avery on her website, follow her on Twitter, like her on her Facebook page, or friend her on her Facebook profile. Also, if you figure out how to send Oreos through the internet, she’ll be your best friend for life. Contact her at avery@averyflynn.com. She’d love to hear from you.
 
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✍🏻 Well, hello handsome! Who’s ready for fake relationship fun? Check out the cover for Melanie Harlow’s Tease, and preorder your copy of it today so you don’t miss out! ✍🏻

TEASE, an all new billionaire, fake engagement, small town romantic comedy from USA Today and #1 Amazon bestselling author Melanie Harlow is coming July 11th, and we have the delicious cover!

I didn’t mean to say I was engaged to a hot billionaire–it just slipped out.

In my defense, I’d had a really bad haircut, a really strong drink, and I was trying to save face in front of the Mean Girl at my high school reunion.

Lucky for me, I happen to know a hot billionaire. Hutton French and I have been friends forever, and even though big social gatherings are not his thing, I called him from the coat closet and begged him for a favor–show up and play my fake fiancé for the night.

Except that word of our engagement spreads like wildfire. Our families are ecstatic. We’re front page news. My little food blog is launched into the stratosphere.

Of course, I offer to set the record straight right away, but Hutton wants to give it a little time–the phony engagement will keep his matrimony-mad mother and every matchmaking granny in town off his back.

He even suggests I move in with him to make the ruse more real.

And we don’t stop there.

We practice kissing. Undressing each other. Saying things–and doing things–we’d never dare if we weren’t pretending. Because it’s all for show, right? We’re just role-playing. Hutton doesn’t want a real relationship, and I don’t want to get hurt. But the more time we spend faking it, the more I start to wonder.

Could Hutton French and I actually be right for each other, or is it all just one big tease?

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USA Today bestselling author Melanie Harlow likes her martinis dry, her heels high, and her history with the naughty bits left in. When she’s not writing or reading, she gets her kicks from TV series like Ted, Lasso, Schitt’s Creek, and Fleabag. She occasionally runs three miles, but only so she can have more gin and steak.

Melanie is the author of the BELLAMY CREEK series, the CLOVERLEIGH FARMS series, the ONE & ONLY series, AFTER WE FALL series, the HAPPY CRAZY LOVE series, and the FRENCHED series. She lifts her glass to romance readers and writers from her home near Detroit, MI, where she lives with her husband, two daughters, and pet rabbit.

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✍🏻 Emma Scott’s epic romance, Between Hello & Goodbye, is LIVE. Run and grab your copy of it NOW. ✍🏻

From USA Today and Wall St. Journal bestselling author comes a brand-new contemporary romance—an angsty, emotional love story between a grumpy firefighter who thinks he has his life figured out and a beautiful ad exec whose life is anything but.

Between Hello and Goodbye by Emma Scott is now live!

She’s a city girl in Seattle. He’s a firefighter in a rainforest. This is never going to work…

Faith Benson isn’t your emergency contact, she’s the party-girl friend you call for a good time. The gal-pal who loves mimosas at brunch and martinis at Happy Hour. But her carefree lifestyle threatens her job at a top Seattle ad agency. There’s no one better at landing big accounts (when she shows up) but her boss demands she take a leave of absence to get her head on straight.

Faith heads to the remote Hawaiian island of Kauai, far away from the vices that get her in trouble. A twisted ankle on Day One requires rescuing by a man who is vice personified–a gorgeous firefighter who awakens feelings in her heart she never knew existed.

Asher Mackey doesn’t get involved with beautiful tourists beyond taking them to bed and then watching them leave his tiny island. He’s devoted his life to the safety and care of everyone around him…except himself. Until he meets Faith Benson, the city girl whose vibrant, inner beauty shines a light on the dark corners of his life, showing him how safe—but empty—it truly is.

Despite their best efforts to keep their distance, Faith and Asher fall hard and fast, but there’s an ocean between them. Both are building their lives on opposite sides of the Pacific while their feelings for each other grow more profound and undeniable by the day.

Something has to give.

When Asher receives devastating news, he and Faith have to decide once and for all to entrust their hearts fully to the other or return to their safe—but separate—worlds. Because neither can endure much longer, living somewhere between hello and goodbye.

Between Hello and Goodbye is a contemporary romance about love, loss, and experiencing life in all its facets. It deals with sensitive topics that may be triggering for some readers.

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✍🏻 Professor Romance’s 4.5 ⭐️ Review: Catherine Cowles’s Hidden Waters, book 3 of her Tattered & Torn series ✍🏻

Overall Grade: 4.5 ⭐️

“She’d taken my life and my heart by storm.”

Oh, Catherine. What do you do to your heroines? Having just left your newest release, Hidden Waters, I’m astounded by the journeys you take someone like Addie on. I’ve been waiting for this story because Addie’s background is horrific, and this usually means the most ambitious and beautiful of happy endings. Hidden Waters does not disappoint in that way. In fact, there is absolutely nothing disappointing about Hidden Waters other than the ending of the story and having to step away from Beckett and Addie’s gorgeous love story. Thus far, Hidden Waters, Falling Embers, and Tattered Stars are truly stories that are “tattered & torn,” and Cowles has more in this pipeline to torture her readers. If the preview of Shattered Sea at the end is any indication, keep stocking up on tissues because Cowles is superb at keeping us in tears. 

What did I love the most about Hidden Waters?

  • For one, Beckett is a revelation of a hero. In the first two books of the series, he’s there in name only, a nebulous figure haunting the pages. In Hidden Waters, he is clear and takes up space on the page and in Addie’s life. He is the perfect foe to her past: he’s protective and possessive, and inspires Addie to grow and choose herself. His own journey through forgiving himself mirrors Addie’s journey toward healing the trauma of her past. Beckett is your prototypical Cowles hero, and I adored him. 
  • I had been waiting for Addie’s story. I simply needed this young woman who had endured so much pain to find a love that exceeds her past, and Cowles writes her beautifully. She is a tortured heroine who finds the “big love” to heal her pain. Yet through all of it, her gentle capacity to endure steals your heart. There is so much healing in this story inspired by Addie’s own healing. 
  • The continued storyline picks up pace, and it enthralls you. There were moments when I held my breath, relying on the knowledge that Hidden Waters is a romance and a happy ending is my due. But Cowles makes her readers work for it with Beckett and Addie’s story. She continues to keep us living on the edge of our seats through Hidden Waters.
  • And once again, Cowles’s capacity for drawing words weaves together to wring out every drop of romance from Beckett and Addie’s story. 

“Life isn’t black and white. It’s not just shades of gray, either. It’s an endless array of colors. Some dark, some light, and everything in between. We have to hold space for all of it.”

Catherine Cowles’s Hidden Water is the perfect weekend read if you love a bit of romantic suspense and a story of anguish finding resolution through the deep, soulful love of an adoring, protective hero and a persevering heroine. There is much more to come in this Tattered & Torn world, and my soul can’t wait.

In love and romance,

Professor A

✍🏻 K.K. Allen’s Moments in Time is the perfect kind of second chance torture. This is friends-to-lovers seeking each other out after a decade, and it’s delicious. Grab it NOW! ✍🏻

Release Date: June 24 

 

Jamison Bexley was the one who got away.

If only I hadn’t pushed him.

 

Seven years ago, he was my everything.

My confidant.

My safe haven.

My best friend.

However, dating was never an option.

Not when his eyes gravitated toward every girl in town but me.

 

That is, until the curse of bad timing found us both… and struck.

 

All it took was one night.

One big mistake.

Altering everything we could ever be.

 

I’m still paying for my sins all these years later.

Life has been downright cruel.

I’m working countless hours trying to hold onto the pieces of my shattered dreams.

Determined that nothing will keep me from my end-goal.

 

Until Jamison struts back into our small town and gets a first-hand glimpse of my life.

Suddenly, he wants to be my knight in shining armor.

But I don’t need a savior.

Those moments in time are long gone.

And he’s about to realize why.

 

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K.K. Allen is the USA TODAY Bestselling and award-winning contemporary romance author of sweet, sexy, and inspiring stories that evoke emotion at every turn. 
K.K.’s debut romance novel, Up in the Treehouse, was named the Best New Adult Book of the Year by RT Book Reviews, an honor beyond belief. And she continues to take reader’s emotions on an epic ride every single time with real, layered, coming of age romance stories that will make you fall in love over and over again. 
Born in Hawaii, raised in Washington, and currently residing in Florida, K.K. lives for laughs with her little dude, the great outdoors, watching football, dancing the night away, and her eclectic taste in music. 
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✍🏻 Happy Release Day, Willow Aster! Summertime is LIVE! ✍🏻

Summertime by Willow Aster is now live!

Summertime, where the living’s easy…

At least that’s what I’d hoped for when I decided to visit Hollywood’s most sought-after director, AKA my usually absentee father, for the summer. But my vision of an idyllic break before starting grownup life after college comes to a halt when my dad puts me to work on his set.

As an aspiring screenwriter, I’m eager for any experience, but my time is spent as the errand girl, fulfilling every whim of Hollywood’s IT actor, the flirtatious, too-sexy-for-his-own-good Liam Taylor. As the shiny new girl, Liam thinks he has to have me, but his bad-boy persona turns me off, and I don’t want to be another notch on his bedpost.

Then there’s Hudson Callihan, the hot up-and-coming director working with my dad. He’s everything I think I want in a guy. What starts out as a friendship becomes a secret relationship, and I fall hard.

Things become complicated with Hudson when I’m thrown into a fake relationship with Liam to soften his scandalous reputation. And living on set with both guys and the crew is becoming more and more difficult.

I came to LA expecting to have a good time, but what I didn’t expect was to be faced with making the biggest decision of my life.

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✍🏻 Professor Romance’s 5 ⭐️ Review: Amy Daws’s Last on the List ✍🏻

Overall Grade: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

Amy Daws’s Last on the List is the exclamation point, the emphatic, “yell all the goodness at your readers” ending that her The Wait With Me Series needed. It’s part opposites attract, part “nanny with benefits,” part grumpy/sunshine. And in its pages lies a treasure of a read that makes you chuckle, tear up, and end with a sigh of happiness. In fact, to ensure you leave her romance with all the happy thoughts, Daws treats you to a bonus epilogue that will leave you downright giggling at its end. 

At its core lies a message about work-life balance. Through both her hero and heroine, Max and Cozy, Daws shows us the implications of living a life without boundaries. Even more, she highlights the challenges of the children of divorced couples. She wraps these core messages in a blanket of humor and spice, as Max and Cozy deny their attraction, then jump feet first into it, and finally recognize that their feelings are more than just raw attraction. 

Max is my favorite type of hero. He is possessive, a bit of a grump, and ooey-gooey on the inside. In the face of Cozy’s different philosophy about life, Max is challenged. He is the stalwart hero, hanging onto his outdated ideas about relationships, and Daws crafts a heroine with a complicated, intentional character who challenges the gravity of Max. 

Cozy is the type of heroine we need to read more of in romances. For one, she’s plus-sized, and a large portion of her characterization lies in her acceptance of her body. Even more, her story arc which includes a major health trauma is different from most romance heroines. Her life philosophy is born from her life experience, and it becomes both a challenge to Max and a challenge for readers, asking them to consider their own work-life balance. Lastly, she is intuitive, and she makes for the perfect companion for Max’s precocious daughter. 

To ameliorate the steaminess of her story as well as its serious topics, Daws treats us to the other characters from the previous Wait With Me series romances. It’s always exciting to revisit past characters, especially the ones in this universe because they are so darn loveable. Additionally, we are introduced to Max’s brothers who, I suspect, we might find in future stories from Amy Daws. Like the Wait With Me characters, his brothers add more humor to Max and Cozy’s story. Last on the List becomes this revelry of characters meant to entertain you through to the ending. I’m so thankful for this final book in Amy Daws’s Wait With Me series. It was the perfect escape from adulting. 

In love and romance,

Professor A

✍🏻 Professor Romance’s 5 ⭐️ Review: Kandi Steiner’s Blind Side ✍🏻

Overall Grade: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

Kandi Steiner’s Blind Side is perfection. Truly. This tale exposes the difficulty with boundary-setting through the trope of a fake relationship. It interrogates the realities of loving someone with substance abuse issues and the interruption it places on the family members or friends of that person. It also beautifully underscores accepting yourself even if you march to the beat of your own drum because, in the end, someone will love the true you. 

These messages are deftly disguised by Steiner’s impeccable storytelling, the pacing of her story, the development of her characters, and, quite frankly, the titillation of her book’s spice. She touts it as one of her steamiest. In bedroom scenes alone, Blind Side has a deep inventory. However, that is only the book’s facade, the thing that her usual readers will love because it has her signature all over the book’s romantic parts. 

However, Blind Side is deeper than that. At its most elemental, her characters are likable. These two are not traditionally flawed: they are selfless, almost to a fault. You will absolutely root for Clay and Giana because they care about people and each other. As they haplessly fall for each other, you cheer until you realize that this occurs about 75% into Steiner’s story. And, if you’ve read anything by Steiner, you know that angst is a real component of her romances; it’s a trademark of her brand. She doesn’t disappoint in Blind Side, so prepare yourself with tissues. What I love about this book, though, is that her angst is appropriate, and her heroine, Giana, actually responds to Clay’s explanation of his choices, eventually, with an astute and empathic measure. These two capture your heart out of their sheer love and adoration for each other. They easily tie with Zeke and Riley for stealing hearts with their journey. 

Add to all of this the realism of football and team dynamic in this story and Fair Catch. The ancillary stories being developed in Blind Side excite you as a reader because it promises more insight into the fictional world of Steiner’s NBU football. Steiner reminds us that she’s a football lover because she actually creates sports moments within her romance to legitimize herself as a sports romance writer. She doesn’t scrimp in her details, and it provides a foundation for her stories. 

I dare you to read Blind Side and not fall deeply in love with Clay and Giana. You won’t be able to do it. Even more, you’ll end it pining for more stories in this world. And Steiner leaves us with a great teaser for the next NBU Rebel story, and this reader CAN NOT wait!

In love and romance,

Professor A

✍🏻 Addie’s story has been screaming for its own book in Catherine Cowles’s first stories in her Tattered & Torn series. Guess what? It’s finally HERE. Hidden Waters is LIVE! ✍🏻

“Addie and Beckett’s story is heart-achingly beautiful—Hidden Waters is another must-read from Catherine Cowles!— Samantha Young, New York Times Bestselling author

Hidden Waters, an all-new moving and passionate roommates to lovers, small-town romance from bestselling author Catherine Cowles, is available now!

My family tried to break me. But, somehow, I made it out alive, even though the wounds from that survival are forever carved into my bones. Now, my only wish is for…normal. To know what it’s like to have friends, a job, a home.

The last thing I want is for my new roommate to see the scars I’m so desperate to keep hidden, especially not the ruggedly handsome man who steals my breath and sends my heart into overdrive.

But something tells me that Beckett has demons, too. I see it in the shadows haunting his gorgeous eyes and the way he looks at me with gentle understanding.

As our unlikely friendship becomes so much more, forces from my life slink out of the shadows. And we could both lose everything we’ve fought so hard for—down to our very last breaths…

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✍🏻 Professor Romance’s 5 ⭐️ Review: Saffron A. Kent’s Hey, Mister Marshall ✍🏻

Overall Grade: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

Let it be known that, I, Professor A, do solemnly swear that Saffron A. Kent’s Hey, Mister Marshall, the final book of her St. Mary’s Rebels series, is its best story. Yep, I said it. It’s my favorite of the four. Don’t get me wrong. I ADORE the first three, but there was something missing for me in those first three stories. In this final story, that missing part was found. 

Now, I was reading a review on this book by another reviewer the other day when I was supposed to have finished this story for review BUT alas, I’ve been in jury purgatory and my hours have been swept away from me for purposes of the justice system. Sitting in my jury box, my errant thoughts were focused on Alaric and Poe. So, reviewing my inbox on my breaks, a review came into my inbox for this book, and I wanted to know their thoughts. And they gave this book a “3”….A 3!!! What? Even more, they commented on Alaric wearing a pinky ring and Poe acting like a teenager as two of their reasons for assigning this book that grade. And I rolled my eyes. I know I shouldn’t judge my fellow reviewers, but it became obvious to me that readers of SAK can get lost in the surface details of her books and miss the brilliance of her storytelling. 

Here’s the thing. SAK makes moves with intention in her stories, including Hey, Mister Marshall. For one, she uses symbolism and color to both market and connect you more deeply to her characters. Each of her heroines, for example, is assigned a color. That’s intentional. If you want to understand why each corresponds to a particular color, you should do some color analysis to understand it all. Yes, it’s a keen marketing strategy, but it’s more than you believe. 

That pinky ring that the reader didn’t get or like. That was key to HMM because it is like a collar or an anchor to Alaric’s past, the thing that strangles his dreams and capacity to both give and receive love. It’s a symbol of a tradition that keeps him jailed in his past. It doesn’t matter if you don’t like pinky rings. That SAK has the capacity to craft this type of symbolism and metaphor in her stories is a huge ARROW to her gift as a writer.

And Poe acting like a teenager, ummm…yeah, she is one. It would have been easy for SAK to remove “teenage-esque” traits out of her St. Mary’s Rebels FMCs, but she would do herself a disservice in doing so. We need Poe to act out. It is partly because she’s a teenager, but it’s more about feeling unloved and unseen. Alaric’s want to dominate her as a response to his past with her mother is wrong. If Poe had readily accepted that without acting out, she wouldn’t be normal. She already isn’t a normal teen given her past. And we see her maturity from that past later in the story when she recognizes a kindred spirit or soulmate in Mr. Marshall. She acts appropriately for her age and life experience, so again, I rolled my eyes at the miss of this other reviewer. 

Like her other stories, SAK creates broken worlds with imperfect people. They are titillating and downright dirty. And many of her readers focus on that. However, it’s the emotional gravitas of a book such as Hey, Mister Marshall that makes me pine for more stories from her. The reason that HMM is my fav of the four isn’t the age gap or the spiciness of it. It’s the message of found family for two people who have lived lives feeling unloved. Their experiences are not much different, and your heart bleeds for the wounds inflicted on them as children. That’s where I connected with Alaric and Poe. This is where the depth of storytelling draws you deeply into SAK’s newest book. 

When you read a tome from Saffron A. Kent, don’t take it at face value. Granted, she spends much creative time, building the facade of her book. But to get hung up there, you’ll miss out on her magic, her dexterity in the creation of souls that both grab at your soul and make your eyeglasses steam. Hey, Mister Marshall is the perfect end to an already delectable series. 

In love and romance,

Professor A