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BOOK REVIEW: Nights with Him (Seductive Nights #4) by Lauren Blakely

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A sensual, sexy, standalone romance novel in the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Seductive Nights Series by Lauren Blakely…

Jack Sullivan is a Sex Toy Mogul.

An extremely eligible bachelor in New York, he’s the full package,right down to his full package. Hell, this man could be the model forone of the toys his company, Joy Delivered, peddles. Instead, he’s thepowerful and successful CEO and he’s got commitment issues a mile-longafter the tragic way his relationship with his fiancée ended.

He’s looking for a way to erase the pain and that arrives in the formof Michelle Milo. From her pencil skirts to her high heels, she’s hisperfect fantasy, especially since she has no idea who he is the nightthey meet at a hotel bar. He doesn’t have a clue either that she’s thebrilliant psychologist his sister has arranged for him to see to helphim get over his past. She’s simply the stunning woman he takes to bedthat night and delivers many Os of joy too.

His touch helps her forget that other man.

When he shows up at her office door the next day, there’s no way inhell she’s going to treat him after they’ve slept together. Jack isn’twilling to let go of the first woman he’s felt anything for in yearsso he proposes a deal – share her nights with him for thirty days. Atthe end of one month of exquisite pleasure, they walk away, havinghelped each other move on from their haunted pasts.

But soon, all those nights threaten to turn into days as the linesbetween lust and matters of the heart start to blur. Can two people soterribly afraid of love truly fall head over heels?

**NIGHTS WITH HIM is a standalone full-length novel in the bestselling SEDUCTIVE NIGHTS series following the love affair of a new couple.**




Lauren Blakely definitely know what she is doing. She cease to amaze me with every book she writes. They are all so good with really interesting plots, amazing characters and always with perfect HEA!!!!!

This time it’s Jack and Michelle’s turn. I love love love this book! Their love story started in One Night with Her and now in this book their story gets better and better. It has the perfect amount of sex – oh yes very hot sex (Lauren can you please tell me where is your factory of book boyfriends? I need to go and get one for me, one like Jack please? Thank you), the perfect amount of drama and a really romantic trip to Paris. I particularly liked their reactions when they found out that he is her new patient and she is his new psychologist, it was really funny. And later, he came back to her office to make the most brilliant proposal of one pure-sex-and-no-strings-attached-month. Of course she accepts, who wouldn’t? I totally would! Especially with the handsomeness and expertise of this man.

“The man’s c*ck was divine. it should have a statue erected in its honor. A national holiday named for it. A parade to celebrate its length, width, and most of all, its feel

The month of pure pleasure was more than they both expected because it didn’t only helped them both to heal their hearts but also prepare them to love each other. It was beautiful to read how much Jack felt for Michelle but it was also frustrated to read how he couldn’t express his feelings. Fortunately, their relationship started off with sincerity and honesty and even though Jack couldn’t tell her at first everything about his past, he told her he would eventually.

“He also didn’t intend to start whatever this was with a lie. So he cast the truth in a new light as he answered her question. “You’re right. I haven’t moved on entirely, but not for the reason you think. And since you’re not my shrink, I’d rather not get into it. But I have another idea. Something that I think could meet both our needs. Want to hear my proposal?”

It was also great to read Michelle’s feelings toward Jack. When they met, she still had feelings for Clay *sigh, Oh Clay My Clay*, but she felt a strong connection with Jack the first night they spent together. Well, not the entire night, just a few hours, because she had issues about spending the night. I understand why, she was protecting herself, and it was the right thing to do.

My favorite thing about their relationship was that they brought the best of each other, at first it was in their sexual relationship, and later with their loving relationship.

“She was After Hours Michelle with him, so she let go of her other self, allowing herself to fully be the sexy, alluring woman who appeared when Jack Sullivan was inches away. “Touch me”, she said”

And of course, I LOVED THE ENDING!! It was perfect. So romantic, unexpected and totally made me cry. Lauren, please, can I have more Jack and Michelle? Pretty please!! You gave us a lot of Clay, would you consider giving us more of the sexy Jack Sullivan?

I have to add that I loved every part of the book with Davis Milo *sigh*. He is still my #1 book boyfriend of Lauren’s books.












Lauren BlakelyLauren Blakely writes sexy contemporary romance novels with heat, heart, and humor, and her books have appeared on the New York Times, USA Today, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and iBooks bestseller lists. Like the heroine in FAR TOO TEMPTING, she thinks life should be filled with family, laughter, and the kind of love that love songs promise. Lauren lives in California with her husband, children, and dogs. Her novels include Caught Up In Us, Pretending He’s Mine, Playing With Her Heart, and Trophy Husband. She also writes for young adults under the name Daisy Whitney.


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BOOK BLITZ: Making Her Melt (Dearling, Texas #1.5) by Amber Lin




Lia has her perfect life mapped out after college–including her long term boyfriend Chris. But that will mean leaving her best friend Ethan behind, so how can that be perfect? Lia wants them both, but when things heat up, she’ll have to choose where her true future lies.

This Christmas, forbidden passion is sparking a fire… and MAKING HER MELT.



She leaned forward at the same time he did. They held that way, her lips inches from his, warm air forming a cocoon. Like breathing against the glass and watching it fog up. Her mind had clouded, blocking out any thoughts of defenses. She had no way to protect herself from the soft press of his lips or the ache it inspired in her. There were no walls left standing when he kissed her more firmly. She crumbled into pieces—into the lips that fused to his and the hand that held his arm and the toes that curled in her boots.

His hand slipped behind her neck and pulled her closer. Just that one touch, and she felt his presence surround her. He enveloped her like a mist and she breathed him in. Her whole body arched into him. Her breasts brushed his arm through her sweater. Maybe it was strange that he’d rubbed her off before they’d kissed, but it made this part easier. Her body was already primed for him. It knew what to expect—pleasure—and she rubbed against him in hope and expectation.

He groaned into her mouth, hot and desperate. “Lia. Lia.”

Before she could answer, his hands were on her hips, moving her, shifting her. He tucked one of her legs over his so that she straddled him, her core against his. Even through all that thick denim, she could feel his erection pulse, and she clenched in response.

“Oh God,” she whispered. How had they gotten here so fast?

How had it taken them so long?

“So good. You feel so fucking good.” He laughed unsteadily, and she knew he understood the impossibility of them. The inevitability. They had always been leading toward this, always been reaching for this without knowing it.

“Touch me,” she said on a breath, and he did. He obeyed her words, but he turned the tables, commanding her with his firm hands and warm breath. Hands around my neck, he said without words, and she curled herself around him, tangling her fingers in his soft, short hair. Rock against me, he said, and she moved her hips in time with his.

She had imagined him every way she could think of: fast and breathless. Slow and gentle. But she had never quite brought her fantasies to this—to this quiet, determined force of him.

Be mine, he said, and she melted in the warm embrace of his arms. Her body turned liquid and lax. She buffeted against the cliffs of his chest and lapped the shore of his lips.

It wasn’t enough, to be moved and directed. She wanted to run her cool fingers over him, like ripples over rock, until the earth shuddered beneath her.

The zipper rasped as she eased it down. He grunted as her fingers felt the length of his cock. He was still in shadows though. She pushed the flaps aside, eager to find him, her fingertips brushing against hot velvet.

His breath caught, and his body shuddered, ready and willing and—not there at all.

She blinked, but the cold rush of air hadn’t deceived her. He had crossed the room to get away from her. Crossed the whole freaking cabin. His movements were jerky as he straightened his clothes and looked anywhere but her.

He paced in front of the fireplace, not meeting her eyes.

She curled up, protecting herself. The lumpy cushion was still warm from his body. “Ethan?”

“You’re not ready yet.” He spoke to the ground, pacing, pacing. “It’s only been, what? A week since you broke up? Two?”

“A month,” she said, and watched him flinch. He knew the breakup had happened just after he left Austin. She spoke softly, “But let me decide what I’m ready for, and when.”

He stopped walking and faced her. “All right. You may be ready, but I’m not.”


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Amber Lin writes edgy romance with damaged hearts, redemptive love, and a steamy ever after. Her debut novel, Giving It Up, received The Romance Review’s Top Pick, Night Owl Top Pick, and 5 Blue Ribbons from Romance Junkies. RT Book Reviews gave it 4.5 stars, calling it “truly extraordinary.” Since then, she has gone on to write erotic, contemporary, and historical romances.

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