Sunday, June 19, 2022

Made the Grade: Moving In by Chloe Kincaid | #BookReview #ChloeKincaid

Format Jess Read This Novel In: Kindle Edition
File Size: 2130 KB | Print Length: 72 pages
Publication Date: April 9, 2019
Publisher: Self-Published | ASIN: B07QDWZC9D
Language: English | Main Genre(s): Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance & New Adult Romance
Jess Obtained This Book Through: Amazon


"Moving In" by Chloe Kincaid

Author's Book Description : They are three very different men, but deep down, they're all big, tough studs at heart.

The timing could not have been worse.

My dorm room is flooded, and it’s only one week before I’m set to play in the regional soccer championships. Of course, the only room available is in an off-campus house currently occupied by three guys—or three jerks I should say, according to the rumors circulating around campus. But it’s either live there or on the street.

So off I go.

I just need to stay focused on the game and my studies. But how can I when the three guys are just so damn hot? And despite their reps, they may not be so bad after all.

Could I actually be falling for them? Really?

I’ve never even been able to handle one boyfriend. What the hell am I supposed to do with three sexy guys?

Hmm, I think I have a few ideas…

"Moving In" is a reverse harem young adult contemporary romance involving three passionate alpha heroes and tons of kindle-melting heat, love at first glances, and sweet innocence. This mfmm romance is all about her – no m/m. If you love over-the-top, slightly unrealistic, and wildly dirty stories, this one’s for you! HEA with no cheating!

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My Book Review : 3 out of 5 stars, after her college dorm floods out Natalie moves into a new dorm that she’ll be sharing with three other guys. Not long in to living there she finds she’ll be sharing a whole lot more with them too.

This was another reread that I did because of losing my original rating and review for it (find out the whole story on my blog) but it was also in conjunction with Smutathon (a readathon hosted over on youtube through gingerreadslainey & Riley Marie’s channels). Now I of course knew this was a smutty read before I even reread it … I mean look at the cover. But I had forgotten (a bit) about how this novel’s plotline would go so I was excited to pick it up again. Therefore,

Saturday, June 18, 2022

2022 100+ Reading Challenge

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2022 Reading Challenge
Jess has read 1 book toward her goal of 200 books.
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Made the Grade: Her College Roommates by Veronica Wade | #BookReview #VeronicaWade

Format Jess Read This Novel In: Kindle Edition
File Size: 4080 KB | Print Length: 207 pages
Publication Date: November 25, 2018
Publisher: Self-Published | ASIN: B07KW5MWQ9
Language: English | Main Genre(s): Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance & New Adult Romance
Jess Obtained This Book Through: Amazon


"Her College Roommates" by Veronica Wade

Author's Book Description : From Daddy's girl, to calling three men Daddy?

When I convince my overprotective papa to let me go off to college, neither of us expect that my roommates will be three super studly guys. But a mixup at the housing office turns out to be the best thing to happen to me. Cash, Tripp and Noah awaken different parts of me, and it isn't long before I gladly trade my innocence for the ultimate pleasure—being with three men at once.
They’re all so different, but being with all of them makes me feel whole. I finally see a happy ending for myself—until my father finds out about my boyfriends.
How do I decide?
Should I be Daddy's little girl, or Cash, Noah, and Tripp's woman?

"Her College Roommates" is a 52,000 word novel with panty-melting steamy scenes. No cheating, of course, and an HEA that is sure to satisfy.

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My Book Review : 3.5 out of 5 stars, an accidental mix-up lands Riley to be living in a co-ed dormitory with three male roommates. But when she already promised her father that she wouldn’t get involved with any guys while to prioritize her schooling ... what is a girl to do?

This is another novel that I reread because of losing my original review and book rating (find out the whole story on my blog), yet I’m glad I did. As I didn’t remember all of the plotline before I reread this novel so that helped in the enjoyment of it all. Yet even with what I could’ve recalled I still enjoyed myself.

Riley is a girl finding out who she wants to be as a woman and getting out of her parent’s expectations for her. In doing so, Riley gets to know her roommates a whole lot more and all three come with their own baggage. Cash is a former marine who is dealing with PTSD. Noah is still getting over a recent breakup. While Tripp is a sweet geek who accidentally gets himself into trouble. At first glance, a relationship with any or all of them seems a little doomed from the start. However, I liked how

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