[Review] Game Changer by Melissa Cutler

~ Game Changer by Melissa Cutler ~

(Bomb Squad #3)
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Date of Publication: May 19th 2015 by InterMix
Source: Bought (Kindle, 275 pages)

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Synopsis:

Welcome to Destiny Falls, New York, home of Bomb Squad—an ice hockey team full of rugged military heroes. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity has the team captain packing his bags for greener pastures, but saying good-bye to the woman who’d captured his heart is easier said than done…

After being wounded in combat, Brandon Theroux lives every day like it’s his last. He never could have imagined that the sleek mechanics of his prosthetic leg would open so many doors, including minor celebrity status as a fitness model and a well-earned reputation as a rakish playboy. The only door it hasn’t opened is the one to Harper Johnson’s bedroom.

Harper has too much self-respect to join the ranks of Brandon’s “carpe diem” conquests, but when she needs someone to keep the peace in the tavern she owns, Brandon offers his help—as long as she agrees to a very tempting trade. It isn’t long before the two realize that a deal struck between friends who can’t keep their hands off each other has the potential to be a whole lot hotter than either of them is prepared to handle…

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[Review] Cover Me by L.A. Witt

~Cover Me by L.A. Witt~

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Mystery

Pub Date: January 31st, 2014

Series: Cover Me #1

Synopsis: When paramedic Nick Swain responds to a shooting in a seedy neighborhood, his entire world is thrown off its axis. His life is threatened…twice. Allegations of racism and medical neglect threaten his career and his ability to sleep at night. Not that he’ll be sleeping any time soon after the incident throws him into the path – and arms – of Detective Andrew Carmichael.

One hot night after another with Andrew may help Nick relieve some stress, but sex won’t solve every problem in his life. With the media hounding him and the city watching his every move, he starts to wonder if the world is out to get him.

The world may not be out to get him, but someone is.

And that someone wants Nick dead.

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[Review] Darker Than Desire by Shiloh Walker

No matter how many times he’s left her in the past, Sybil Chalmers can’t ignore her feelings for the one man who stole her heart years ago. For countless nights, she has waited for him—for his kiss, his touch—and has longed for him to emerge from the shadows of his past. Only when she is in his arms does Sybil really feel alive…and finally, after all these years, that time is now.

He’s a man raised in a world of strict rules and unbreakable traditions and he’s always yearned to break free. But when a family tragedy lures him back home, he finds his one true passion has been there all along. With Sybil, he can explore his greatest potential—and allow her to discover a whole new level of ecstasy. But will a long-buried secret threaten to tear them apart? The only thing he knows for sure is that he will do anything to keep Sybil in his life…and keep her coming back for more…

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Genre: Contemporary
Series: Secrets & Shadows #3
Date of Publication: March 03, 2015
Cliffhanger: No
HEA/Happy End: No

Bewertung: 3 Sterne ✶ ✶ ✶
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Book provided by NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

Have you ever experienced this? You read a book, but after you ended it you aren’t really sure if you think it’s good. You know it’s not bad, but is it actually good?

I have exactly that problem with Darker Than Desire. I’m not really sure if I liked it. It was nicely written and the characters were okay. Also the story was good, but pretty dark.

I have not one bad thing to say about this book. It’s just that… well, it didn’t made me want to read another one. I just wasn’t hooked to this book and characters.

And due to that problem I’m not really sure what to say in this review, so I will just say this: If you like contemporary (with a dark story), go for it. If you don’t, leave it be.