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Sunny Shelly’s Review: How to Win the Girl by Sara Ney


Sara Ney

Release Date: May 24


I, Drake Colter, solemnly swear I do not want a girlfriend…

Carefree and ridiculously good-looking, I have the entire student body eating from the palm of

my hand—shouldn’t I let the ladies on campus have their fill rather than being tied down?

If only my brother Drew would take notes from my playbook. As identical twins, we share the

same voice, the same face, and the same physique; it’s virtually impossible to tell us apart—but

that’s where the similarities end.

Lately, my brother has been whining about wanting to settle down with. He longs for affection,

companionship and all the bullshit that goes along with it blah blah blah.

Problem is, he’s hopeless when it comes to dating. It’s seriously embarrassing to watch,

considering we’re identical; everyone thinks I’m him and everyone thinks he’s me.

Luckily I’m not intimidated by woman and have plenty of experience. I might not want to find

myself a girlfriend, but that don’t mean I can’t help him. Dude never needs to know!

And that’s the very thing that lands me in trouble…

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars

I am loving the Campus Legends series with the Colter brothers!!

This time around we have sweet, misguided Drake, who is trying to play wingman and get his twin, Drew, a girlfriend. Drake quite enjoys swimming in the dating pool, and isn’t looking for a commitment himself. But when he pretends to be Drew on a dating app and swipes right on the cute girl from Drew’s class (whom Drake first met when he was pretending to be Drew to take a quiz for his twin), Drake ends up falling head over heels for Daisy himself.

Sounds confusing? Don’t worry about it. This book was a delight to read, and I adored Drake and Daisy. She is a sassy spitfire, and while I didn’t like Drake and his ego at first, he grew on me and I found him to be quite charming! I hated that he was leading Daisy on, but I loved that she got him back and they somehow managed to navigate a good and proper relationship.

Now let’s get Drew matched up! I received a complimentary copy and voluntarily left a review.

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Sara Ney is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the How to Date a Douchebag series, and is best known for her sexy, laugh-out-loud New Adult romances. Among her favorite vices, she includes: iced latte’s, historical architecture and well-placed sarcasm. She lives colorfully, collects vintage books, art, loves flea markets, and fancies herself British.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: One and Only by Karla Sorensen


Karla Sorensen

Release Date: May 16


You are cordially invited to my fake wedding.

Marrying Beckett Coleman is the best idea I’ve had in years. I can grant my sick dad’s wish to walk one of his daughters down the aisle, and Beckett has my help solving a custody situation with his daughter. Our plan is to spend a year together, then part ways. Easy, especially since I’m not his type, and he’s not mine either.

He’s too quiet and too serious. And while he’s distractingly gorgeous, he’s also my brother’s teammate. Beckett is fake husband material, not the real deal. I just have to remember that.

Until I move in with him. Get to know him. Share a bed with him. Turns out, the line between fake and real isn’t just blurry, it’s almost impossible to uphold when he looks at me the way he does.

This marriage is a whole lot more complicated than we bargained for. We’re threatening to destroy everything we’ve built, something neither of us can risk.

Marrying Beckett might’ve been the best idea in years. But falling in love with him would be the worst.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

Another great book from Karla Sorensen! Beckett and Greer both have their own reasons for wanting a faux marriage — and while it isn’t exactly love at first sight, and they are both deceiving their respective families in the process, they fall in love along the way and it was great to go along for that ride.

This was a lovely slow burn. There push and pull between Beckett and Greer made me want to throw my kindle, because there is so much chemistry between them! Beckett has a great co-parenting relationship with his ex, and it was so nice to see that they truly put Olive first and didn’t use her as a pawn for their own agendas. Beckett’s whole reason for agreeing to marry Greer is to solidify more time with his daughter. And the relationship that Greer developed with Olive was quite charming. She seemed to get that shy little girl right off the bat, and Olive just blossomed through their friendship.

As they go along their fake-marriage-way, Greer and Beckett begin developing feelings for one another — on top of increasing guilt about lying to their loved ones. The fallout is spectacular, and the makeup is magnificent!

One and Only is the start to a new series about the rest of the Wilder siblings. We have already met Erik in The Plan (another fake dating romance, and just as good!) and Adaline in Emmett Ward’s next-gen book, The Crush, but One & Only can be read as a standaline. I can’t wait to get to know the rest of this rowdy bunch!

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Meet Karla Sorensen:

Karla Sorensen is an Amazon top 20 bestselling author who refuses to read or write anything without a happily ever after. When she’s not devouring historical romance or avoiding the laundry, you can find her watching football (British AND American), HGTV or listening to Enneagram podcasts so she can psychoanalyze everyone in her life, in no particular order of importance. With a degree in Advertising and Public Relations from Grand Valley State University, she made her living in senior healthcare prior to writing full-time. Karla lives in Michigan with her husband, two boys and a big, shaggy rescue dog named Bear.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: Along Came Charlie by S.L. Scott


S.L. Scott

Release Date: May 15

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author S.L. Scott brings the charm and romance,
smiles and laughs to Along Came Charlie. This friends-to-more novel is packed with heartfelt
emotion reminiscent of the best of chick lit of the past with a modern twist for today’s

I’ll be your date, and you’ll be mine.

Who says a funeral can’t be romantic?
Okay, everyone. Including myself.
That doesn’t stop the rumor mill from turning when I show up with a beautiful redhead on my

That redhead also just happens to be a stranger, relatively speaking. Charlotte Barrow and I
have run into each other a few times—on the subway, at a bar, and now on our way to
separate funerals. Instead of the prodigal son who let his parents down showing up alone, I
traded favors and brought a date. The deal made sense at the time.

You be my date, and I’ll be yours.

Who knew bringing a date to your ex-fiancé’s funeral would cause such a stir?
Technically, I did.
I invited him anyway for moral support. It didn’t hurt that he was handsome.

The cold-hearted stares that greeted us didn’t matter. We found comfort in each other and
formed a friendship from there. Charles Adams was nothing like my ex. The pressure wasn’t
there to be anyone other than who I was. He also loved my cupcakes as much as I enjoyed his

I always dreamed of finding my soul mate, and then along came Charlie. My perfect match was
right here all along. Did I realize it too late?

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

Having read several angsty books from S.L. Scott, I was pleasantly surprised by this sweet story between Charlie A. and Charlie (Charlotte) B. It was a wonderful slow-burn, friends-to-lovers romance with a heavy focus on the developing friendship between these two characters. From the moment they first noticed each other on the subway to their first friend-date at a pair of funerals (yes, yes, but it works!), I adored these two characters. Scott perfectly captured every nuance as their friendship developed, the yearning, the longing, the will-they-or-won’t-they, and poor Charlie B’s trust issues after a broken engagement and the subsequent guilt and struggles that came with all she had to work through in order to be the best version of herself so she could be the partner Charlie deserved. This story is just lovely! I received a complimentary copy and voluntarily left a review.

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Living in the capital of Texas with her family, New York Times and USA Today bestselling Scott loves traveling, avocados, beaches, and cooking with her kids. She’s obsessed with epic romances and loves a good plot twist.

Scott writes character driven, heart-racing, and swoony romances to suspense that will leave you glued to the page. Her stories are regarded as emotion-filled and soulful. With stories ranging from light and witty beach reads to heart wrenching and heart healing, Scott has a story for all readers. Her books are more than escapes for the voracious readers of today. They are journeys of the heart that always come with a happily ever after reward at the end.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: The Problem With Second Chances by Piper Rayne

The Problem with Second Chances by Piper Rayne is now live!

For Rylan Greene and me, it was simple. Love only got us so far.

I’ve known him since we were six, long before he became the professional soccer star he is now. We’ve weaved in and out of one another’s lives as rivals, teammates, friends, and lovers. Until three years ago, when my life took a hit and I ran back to my small Alaskan town, Lake Starlight, away from anything or anyone that could hurt me.

He’s never far from my mind, a constant pining ache in my heart, but I’ve convinced myself I’m better off. But now, my best friend announces her engagement and that means Rylan will return home to stand as best man to her fiancé.

He’ll be back in my orbit for three whole weeks… but I can easily keep my distance. Sure, we’ll have to walk arm in arm down the aisle together, he’ll hold me close during the bridal party dance and we’ll stand for pictures next to each other. Nothing I can’t handle.

I’m so naïve though because he’s not in town for more than twenty-four hours before he knocks on my door. I should know by now, that the two of us will never be finished business.

This second chance romance spans sixteen years of a true love match that proves these two will only ever belong to one another.


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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

Like hundreds of other Piper Rayne fans, I have been waiting for years for Calista Bailey and Rylan Greene’s story. There have been snippets of these two legacy characters sprinkled throughout the OG series (the Bailey Family and the Greene Family), and we were teased beyond belief in some of the Bailey and Greene novellas. Finally — finally! — their story has been told it was every bit as wonderful as I hoped it would be!

The Problem With Second Chances is a magnificent second-chance romance, full of angst and the push and pull of will-they-or-won’t-they. Calista and Rylan are soulmates, so good together, so miserable apart, yet they can’t seem to get out of their own way and make their relationship work! Being forced back together as best man and maid of honor in the three weeks leading up to the wedding of their best friends really forces Ryan and Calista to take a long, hard look at their past and what they want for their future!

While this wonderful book is a standalone, it is especially a sweet treat for PR fans who have read the two series that this next-generation spinoff originated from. I adored seeing scenes from Rylan and Calista’s perspective, like when his brother Fisher nabbed them breaking into houses as teens to screw with people’s Netflix accounts. Loved all those little Easter eggs!

I read this e-book along with listening to Joe Arden and Erin Mallon narrate the audio book. The narrators did a wonderful job of bringing this beautiful story to life. I laughed, I cried, I couldn’t wait to get to the end, but I didn’t want this story to end!

This book was everything I hoped it would be and so much more! Bring on Brinley!

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Piper Rayne is a USA Today Bestselling Author duo who write “heartwarming humor with a side of sizzle” about families, whether that be blood or found. They both have e-readers full of one-clickable books, they’re married to husbands who drive them to drink, and they’re both chauffeurs to their kids. Most of all, they love hot heroes and quirky heroines who make them laugh, and they hope you do, too!

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: Hope After Loss by Amber Kelly


HOPE AFTER LOSS by Amber Kelly is LIVE!! This is a heartwarming, second chance at love, single parent, small town romance.

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I had a perfect life—married to my high school sweetheart and preparing for our new baby. Then tragedy struck.

I could have moved us back to have the support of our parents, but home isn’t where you come from, it’s where you want to be. And I want to be here in Balsam Ridge.

So I begin anew, a single mom with a fractured heart. Determined to rise above the grief and grasp the joy that still bubbles inside of me every time I look into the eyes of our baby girl. Starting with a job at the local hemp farm.

Weston Tuttle is a walking contradiction. Playful yet ambitious. Soft yet strong. Wisecracking yet caring. A beautiful man with a sexy smile and big heart, and a blessing to me and my daughter.

This may not be the life I planned, but it could be the life that I was always meant to live.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars

Hope After Loss is an emotional, slow-burn romance about starting over after your life falls apart and finding love again. A year after single mom Anna tragically lost her husband, she’s ready to start reclaiming pieces of her life. And that starts with taking a job as Weston’s office manager. In this small town, everyone knows everyone, and Weston was a friend of Mike’s, so he is fully aware of Anna’s situation. He’s patient and kind with her, and gives her the space she needs to work through her grief and mourning and all of those issues that go along with moving on after the loss of her husband. All while being a friend she can rely on and then showing Anna that there is indeed hope after loss.

This book is sweet and swoony, and was delightful to read. I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: Hacker In Love by Lauren Rowe


Lauren Rowe

Release Date: May 5

Secrets. Everybody’s got ‘em, including me. Especially me.

The difference is mine will never be revealed, whereas I can easily get yours, assuming the price offered by your enemy is right and the scales of justice appeal to my personal standards of ethics. Easy peasy lemon squeezy. The thing that’s not so easy for a shy guy like me? Finding Ms. Right and locking her down.

Speaking of Ms. Right, the very night I was set up with Hannah Milliken by our mutual friend, I knew I’d one day kneel before her with a ring in hand. Hannah’s the kind of girl who’ll gleefully dance like a gorilla with me in the coolest nightclub or belt out a karaoke duet from Grease like her very life depends on it. She’s gorgeous, too. Funny and smart. And she even wears librarian glasses. See? Perfect.

I don’t doubt Hannah’s the one for me. Indubitably, she is. I only wonder how a dork like me could possibly land a goddess like her.

Unfortunately, when catastrophe strikes, all my questions are rendered moot. Now that Hannah knows the truth about me not actually working in cybersecurity—as well as the questionable things I’ve done to win her over—will I lose my dream girl forever, or is there still a chance for us to chase our happily ever after?

Hacker in Love is a steamy, funny, heart-pounding, standalone contemporary romance with a whole lot of feels, laughs, spice, and swoons by USA Today and internationally bestselling romance author Lauren Rowe.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 3.5 Stars

Lauren Rowe is a relatively new-to-me author, so I wasn’t jonesing for Henn’s story the way some other readers were. Did I enjoy it? Absolutely. But I feel like I would have been shipping this couple more had I read LR’s back catalog.

I thought Henn and Hannah were a great couple, with sizzling chemistry. I loved how he was kind of awkward and dorky, a total golden retriever of a book boyfriend, and she was sassy and a bit of a fireball. The main plot of this book revolves around Henn’s lie — he doesn’t exactly work in cybersecurity the way his friends think he does, and after being swindled and catfished by the last guy she dated, Hannah has zero tolerance for liars. And that puts our friend Henn in a bit of a predicament!!

This is a super cute book, and a complete standalone. But I felt like there were a bunch of supporting players in this story that didn’t necessarily *need* to be there to contribute to the story. I later came to find out that these were other characters from the LR universe and this particular couple’s story was long-awaited. So while I liked this book, I am in the minority of readers that didn’t seem to love parts of it…

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Meet Lauren Rowe:

Lauren Rowe is the USA Today and international #1 best-selling author of bestselling Standalone Smitten, The Reed Rivers Trilogy, as well as The Club Trilogy, The Josh & Kat Trilogy, The Morgan Brothers Series, Countdown to Killing Kurtis, and select standalone Misadventures.

Lauren’s books are full of feels, humor, heat, and heart. Besides writing novels, Lauren is the singer in a party/wedding band in her hometown of San Diego, an audio book narrator, and award-winning songwriter. She is thrilled to connect with readers all over the world.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: Runaway Love by Melanie Harlow

Runaway Love by Melanie Harlow is now live!

Yes, I’m a single dad who needs a nanny for the summer.

But hire the stranded runaway bride who shows up on my doorstep in a wedding gown with no references, no skills, and no experience?

No one is that desperate.

Except within twenty-four hours, down-on-her-luck Veronica Sutton manages to charm my kids, my family, and half the population of Cherry Tree Harbor into believing she’s perfect for the job.

And for me.

It’s not that I can’t see the appeal-those baby blue eyes? The endless legs? That mouth made for trouble? But I’ve got enough on my plate, raising two kids on my own and keeping the family business alive. I don’t have the time or the inclination to fall for an outspoken city girl.

So I should have kept my hands to myself.

Holding her in my arms was a big mistake. Even worse? Spending the night together. She ignites a possessive fire in me that I’m finding hard to snuff out.

But the most unforgivable? Growing attached to the sound of her laugh, the scent of her skin, and the way her body wraps around mine in the dark.

At the end of the summer, she’ll be gone.
And if I’m not careful, she might run away with my heart.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

Melanie Harlow kicks off a fantastic new series with Runaway Love and I am here for it! I fell in love with Veronica and Austin right away and I devoured this book. It was hard not to fall in love with plucky, outgoing Veronica and grumpy, overworked single dad Austin.

On her would-be wedding day, Veronica finds out that her fiance is shagging his assistant, which leads this former Rockette to put on a show-stopping performance before she walks out of the chapel with her head held high. But that also leaves her broke and homeless, with only the clothes she had in her hotel room. As luck would have it, she wanders into a diner and ends up with a job interview to be a nanny for the summer. Although the first meeting with her potential new boss, Austin, does not go well at all, he begrudgingly gives Veronica the job to care for his twins, Owen and Adelaide. The sexual tension is electric between them right from the start, but Austin and Veronica always stop after a few kisses. Until the twins are visiting their mom for a week and Austin and Veronica decide to have a week-long fling. Well, you can guess how that goes!

I loved Veronica’s strength and bravery. Even when she had lost everything, she found a silver lining. And poor Austin. He’d lived his life trying to make everyone in his family happy at his own expense for so long that he was afraid to reach for what he wanted to make him happy. Both in business and in his relationship with Veronica.

This story was absolutely charming. I loved Austin and Veronica, I loved the twins, I loved Cherry Tree Harbor and all of the eclectic residents we got to meet. I loved Austin’s Big Grovel, the reconciliation, and the happily ever after. I can’t wait to see what comes next in this series!

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USA Today and #1 Amazon bestselling author Melanie Harlow writes sweet, sexy, feel-good romance. She likes her martinis dry, her heels high, and her history with the naughty bits left in. If she’s not writing or reading, she’s probably at Orangetheory or watching Schitt’s Creek again. She lifts her glass to readers from her home near Detroit, MI, where she lives with her husband, two daughters, and pet rabbit.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: Echoes of You by Catherine Cowles


Fall for Nash and Maddie in their friends-to-lovers, only one bed, small town romance from USA Today Bestselling Author, Catherine Cowles!

Nash Hartley has always been my everything: Protector. Partner in crime. Best friend. The person who was there for me in my darkest hour.

But my heart wanted so much more. So, when I knew for certain Nash didn’t feel the same about me, I tried to move on. What a mistake that turned out to be.

Now, I’m back in our small town, desperate to escape my living nightmare, and the only person I want to see is him.

As secrets are revealed, and Nash finds out what happened to me, he’ll do anything to keep me safe.

But there are those who will do anything to stop him, and this time neither of us may make out alive…

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

Maddie and Nash’s story was amazing! This slow-burn best friends romance is full of heart, longing, and loyalty, with Catherine Cowles’ signature suspense threaded through. Best friends-to-more is one of my favorite tropes, especially when the author really relays the history between the characters. Cowles always does a fantastic job with her character development, and I *got* all of it between Nash and Maddie.

Growing up, Maddie and Nash were like two peas in a pod, but as they got older, Maddie wanted more from their relationship and didn’t think Nash was interested in the same. So she left town, and that decision altered her life forever. Now, with nowhere else to go after leaving her abusive ex, she is back in Cedar Ridge and reestablishing her relationship with Nash. Needless to say, Nash is not happy to hear that Maddie’s ex hurt her, and he goes into full-blown protector mode. Especially since Nash has been keeping a secret about their past.

I loved these two so much, and Jason Clarke and Erin Mallon did such a wonderful job with the narration of this story. I can’t wait to see what comes next in this series!

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Writer of words. Drinker of Diet Cokes. Lover of all things cute and furry, especially her dog. Catherine has had her nose in a book since the time she could read and finally decided to write down some of her own stories. When she’s not writing she can be found exploring her home state of Oregon, listening to true crime podcasts, or searching for her next book boyfriend.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: The Summer We Fell by Elizabeth O’Roark

The Summer We Fell by Elizabeth O’Roark is now live!

An Angsty, Second-Chance Forbidden Romance

He was my boyfriend’s best friend—and the bane of my existence. I wanted to hate Luke Taylor. I did hate him. I just never hated him enough.

Now, a decade later, tragedy has brought us back to the place where it all happened—my best times, and my worst.

Our lives have changed, but that pull between us is just as strong as ever.

Only this time, it’s more dangerous too.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 3.5 Stars

I have mixed feelings about The Summer We Fell. It’s a super angsty story, told in the past and present, about a forbidden love between Juliet and Luke.

I do love angst, and this book was full of it. I felt that immediate connection between Juliet and Luke, and how tortured they were by not being able to be together. When he begged her to leave Danny… oh, my heart! Plus, I will listen to anything Teddy Hamilton reads, and this duet narration with Samantha Brentmoor was top-notch!

However, there were a few things that didn’t mesh for me.

Each chapter alternates between the present and the past, so it was hard at times to keep the two timelines linear in my mind and not forget where things in the story had left off. Also, I really wanted Juliet to grow a backbone. She just let everyone walk all over her, because she didn’t think she deserved better, and it grew frustrating.

Most of all, I wanted to read MORE of Luke and Juliet as a couple. After all that angst, a decade of yearning, all the lies, everything that kept them apart… I wanted a bigger payoff when they finally got together.

Would I recommend this book? Yes. Do I want to read more from about supporting characters? Also, yes. So that’s a win.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: The Bachelor by Marni Mann

Haven’t written the book yet lol

The Bachelor by Marni Mann is now live!

A scorching hot, forbidden, friends-to-lovers romance from USA Today best-selling author Marni Mann …

Camden Dalton is notorious for three things: his command of the courtroom, his moves in the bedroom, and being the ultimate bachelor, never ever taking a woman home twice.

One drunken night, when Camden and I are accidentally left alone, we make a deal.

My proposition to him: if I don’t lose my virginity within the next year, he promises to take it.

But I don’t just want to do it.

I want to get filthy, dirty, rocked.

And I want to learn how to give as good as I get.

His rebuttal: four lessons on how to be an unforgettable lover. If I can make it through those without catching feelings, then we’ll move on to the fifth and final lesson, where all my naughtiest dreams will come true.

There’s only one problem.

Camden’s twin sister is my BFF.

And he’s forbidden to ever date any of her friends.

We just pray his sister won’t find out because what we’re doing is a whole lot more than dating.

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The Single Dad
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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

Wow, Camden and Oaklyn’s story was scorching hot! The Bachelor was definitely the spiciest of the bunch in the Dalton Family series! But underneath all of the smexy lessons that Camden gives his sister Hannah’s best friend is a lovely romance between a playboy bachelor and the girl he didn’t even realize he’d been in love with since he was 12.

Hannah basically forbade her twin from ever dating any of her friends, so when Oaklyn propositions him to give her love lessons and take her V-card, it’s very much on the down low, since neither of them wants to let Hannah know what’s happening between them. While Camden agrees to teach Oaklyn a thing or two, he also plans to never let things go all the way between them. However, the joke is on him because the more time Camden spends with Oaklyn, the more he craves to be around her. When Camden and Oaklyn decided to make their relationship legit, how will Hannah react?

This story is super sexy, super spicy, but also very sweet. I have a soft spot for a story where a playboy meets the girl who makes him fall to his knees, and that’s exactly what Marni Mann delivered with The Bachelor!

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USA Today best-selling author Marni Mann knew she was going to be a writer since middle school. While other girls her age were daydreaming about teenage pop stars, Marni was fantasizing about penning her first novel. She crafts unique stories that weave together her love of darkness, mystery, passion, and human emotions. A New Englander at heart, she now lives in Sarasota, Florida, with her husband and their yellow Lab. When she’s not nose deep in her laptop, working on her next novel, she’s scouring for chocolate, sipping wine, traveling, or devouring fabulous books.

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