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Perfect for You - Kate Perry Not so much a "meet cute" more a "get to love you cute."
Double Trouble: The Coxwells (Volume 2) - Deborah Cooke I received this book as a free download.
I read it because I knew the author, Deborah Cooke, from her Dragonfire series. This is the only book in the Coxwell Series I've read and it stood alone just fine, I never felt I was missing something that must have been covered in book #1.

The story was pleasant but predictible with a warm HEA. The reason I'd urge you to read this book are the Characters!! Maralys and James are wonderfully real; the supporting cast are great too. And the snark between Maralys and the others, you just have to read it and enjoy.
Law Man (Dream Man, #3) - Kristen Ashley If it wasn't for Mara being so infuriatingly dumb (Mitch referred to it as "head stuck-up your ass") I'd have given this book 4.5 stars. When I spend half the book shaking my head I have to subtract stars.

Mitch was a wonderful character throughout but Mara took to the last quarter of the book before I stopped cringing at her attitude. Characters need a flaw or flaws to overcome but this particular "I'm not worthy" routine really irritated me.
The Party (The Propostion, #0.5) - Katie Ashley This was a free book. It was OK but I didn't find it interesting enough to purchase the other two books to finish the story.
Their Ex's Redrock Part One (Texas Alpha Erotic Romance) - Shirl Anders 4 stars for story and characters
-2 stars for making this be three books rather than one novella length. Seems like a greedy way to publish.
Run To You - Charlotte Stein it was hard to rate this book...
The story was slow and ho-hum, I kept thinking I'd put it down but I just couldn't stop myself from reading further. So this book has that something that keeps you reading; I'd rate the story 2 stars with one star bonus point for the "can't put it down" quality. 3 stars total.
Raphael/Parish - Alexandra Ivy, Laura Wright Raphael 3.0, Parish 4.5.
Pantera are an interesting race.
Breathe (Colorado Mountain, #4) - Kristen Ashley I really like Faye, her character seemed so true to me.
Second Chance Boyfriend - Monica  Murphy I enjoyed One Week Girlfriend much better than Second Chance Boyfriend The couple, Fable and Drew, both seemed more mature in OWG than in book #2. I liked them better in book #1 too.

I would think there would/should have been much more fallout after the "big dramatic scene" with Adele, instead we get an immediate HEA...the end. Considering Fabel and Drew's obsessing over everything up to this point the end seemed trite and rushed.

Note: You must read these book in order. Second Chance Boyfriend is written with the assumption that you have read One Week Girlfriend previously.
One Week Girlfriend - Monica  Murphy I loved the voices of these two characters; they sounded so true to an early twenty-something.
Flirting with Disaster (Camelot, #3) - Ruthie Knox I really like getting both Katie and Sean's POVs throughout this story. Ms. Knox is very good at being able to write both characters POV equally; this isn't usually the case.

Katie and Sean were both very believable characters. (There is an adult stutterer in my family; I could hear his stutter in Sean's struggle to speak.)
Mystery Man (Dream Man, #1) - Kristen Ashley I'd call this book a time machine - start reading, glance up after a short while and the clock reads two hours later. I love when a book sucks me in like that!

Heart of Obsidian (Psy-Changeling, #12) - Nalini Singh Heart of Obsidian answers many of the questions that have floated throughout this series. Very good answers that verified many of the hints given previously.

***This book will not stand alone, you need to read the previous eleven books to understand much of what happens in this twelfth part of the Psy/Changeling Series.***
How to Misbehave - Ruthie Knox Love these two characters, Amber and Tony! Ms. Knox writes them to be so believable.
The Gravedigger's Brawl - Abigail Roux GREAT story and characters but way past my usual level of scary!
Scrap Metal - Harper Fox Loved the Arran sheep farm of Ms Fox's writing! At times it seemed I could feel that cold wind and rain.