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  • Don't Walk Away

    Former Army Ranger Dean Colter has never forgotten the woman whose life he tore apart so he’ll be damned if he screws up again when Emma Lee is suddenly within his reach in this dreamy contemporary romance. With the dynasty she’s built teetering on disaster, Emma refuses to let Dean’s killer smile and sweet-talking ways distract from her goals and the reader can’t help but get drawn into this sweet second chance romance as Dean pulls out all the stops to convince Emma he’s a changed man. The chemistry between Emma and Dean heats up every page and the sex scenes are hot and steamy but with their pasts looming like a storm cloud, Dean has his work cut out for him especially since his playboy reputation isn’t winning him any points. The characters are strong, compelling and grab the reader’s attention while the fast paced, smooth flowing plot captivates readers with lots of turmoil and passion. Anticipation builds lots of tension and excitement throughout the pages as Emma sure doesn’t make it easy for Dean to win back her heart and her fashion designer business continuously distracts them also adding to the tension. Well written scenes and details capture the imagination while the intriguing happenings ensure that the reader wants to know every detail of Dean’s campaign. The intriguing sexy men of DreamMakers really captured the heart throughout this series and their truly inspirational idea adds so much sweet spice to the series that you just have to know what’s going to happen next. It’s a good thing Dean knows his job so well, he might not have stood a chance against Emma. I enjoyed this quick sweet and dreamy romance immensely and I have to say that I also enjoyed the teases about Suz’s and Gillian’s love interest as well so hopefully I will get to read their books one day. 4 1/2 STARS

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  • fun and sexy second chance romance

    This second chance romance is a sexy, romantic treat, and third in the DreamMakers series. This time it's Dean's turn, only wouldn't you know, the woman he meets in a haunted house in the dark just happens to be his old high school sweetheart. But he left her and his life with her behind, breaking her heart. Finding Emma again after all this time, and finally being able to explain what happened and why he left her is fine - but can he convince her to give him another chance? I think this is my favourite of the series to date. They've all had a little something fun and sexy about them, but seeing Dean brought to his knees by this petite spitfire was something else. She's totally within her rights to never give him the time of day again but the reality is that despite her broken heart, she's never really lost the love she had for him - and he for her, as it turns out. Dean's got a lot to do to convince Emma that he's changed, that he can make things good for them again. Along the way, it's a sexy fun ride. Their love scenes are hot and steamy (as expected) but Dean also shows a tender and caring side that's been missing in his normal playboy antics. I liked the camaraderie he shares with the other guys and there were some interesting tidbits from other character's points of view to show where the series is headed. Lots of fun scenes, laughter and great sex. 5 stars.

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