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    An absolute must-read!!!

    I would endure bitter, cold weather for just a small taste of Ethan Jackson! Goodness gracious….The Wrong Kind of Love is all kinds of RIGHT! It’s sweet, salacious, and heartbreakingly beautiful, wrapped up in a to-die-for cover! This love story takes you on the wild ride of secrets, lies, and betrayal, while further enticing you with the sinfully provocative relationship between boss and employee. This story isn’t your common hot daddy/nanny story, but a romance that challenges the character’s ability to look past what’s right in front of them, and look deeper into the soul of a person. I loved this book! The storyline, characters, and intensely raw emotions were a stunning blend that simply radiate off the pages! An absolute must-read!!! 5 Stars!
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    This book has lots of good nature banter

    Lexi Ryan does a great job building a storyline between Ethan and Nicole, the wrong kind of love seems to be the right kind of good nature romance. It all starts with Nicole's big day, where she is ready to settle down and start a family, only to find out that her groom started without her since he already knocked up her twin sister. This leaves Nicole with the horrifying reality that she will not be married and needs to leave the town she grew up in so she doesn't have to face the embarrassment of being the talk of the town. Nicole goes on an adventure by taking her twin's new job in a small town in Michigan called Jackson Harbor, on her first night there she decided to drown her sorrows in lots of tequila and that only leads to a interesting encounter with a hot stranger. Though all this sounds cliché it only gets more complicated with the choices Nicole makes and the promise that she is supposed to keep. The interesting dynamic that Nicole and Ethan have keeps you glued to the book wanting to know what will happen and how will key people react to all the secrets being hidden. On top of all these secrets lies a great chemistry between Nicole and Ethan. This whole forbidden love thing that goes on through the book only adds in spiking up the sexual tension between Ethan and Nicole and once that snaps there is no one who can say that these two individual aren't perfect for each other. My Only ISSUE!!! I felt that Lexi was to lenient on how she handled the situation between Nicole and Veronica, I would have slapped my sister if she ever did or acted like Veronica acted towards Nicole throughout this story. This book has lots of good nature banter between family, a adorable 6 yr. old who steals everyone's heart, noisy town folks, and hot sex scenes. I would definitely recommend this book to my fellow book lovers and I will be patiently waiting to read the rest of the Jackson family stories. Reviewed by: Glori I.
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    Raw passion fill the pages...

    A completely new, endearing, refreshing contemporary series from Lexi Ryan that will be melting hearts and new book boyfriends will be stealing the spotlight. The Wrong Kind of Love is the first book in Lexi’s The Boys of Jackson Harborseries and it’s one that can’t be missed. This story is sweet, sexy and a touch of naughty. Trust, fear and insecurity issues are tested between two broken souls that are trying to find their ways/ find themselves. There is just enough angst to keep the fluidity flowing, enough humor to crack the drama and the amount of intense sexual chemistry was off the charts hot! Uprooting her life due to an embarrassing wedding fiasco, Nicole Maddox finds herself in Jackson Harbor, Michigan. To find solace and peach within herself and taking on a nanny job, she ultimately finds broody Dr. Ethan Jackson and his precious daughter Lilly. Secrets, betrayal and omissions unravel putting Nicole and Ethan in compromising positions. Can Ethan’s heart warm to love again after the death of his wife, even when he learns the truth about Nicole in the end? “I’ve been suffocating with grief for three years, and when I touch you, I can breathe again.” Lexi knows how to construct her stories, develop raw, emotional characters and bring on the heat. I really enjoyed The Wrong Kind of Love and Lexi has a winner on her hands. Raw passion fill the pages and you will find yourself looking forward to the next book. 4 Jackson Stars
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    The Wrong Kind of Love

    Taking a subject like depression and dealing with it like it has been in this story is pretty wonderful. You have done it so well with a sensitivity and understanding that most don’t get. It’s a good read.
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    My Love is Enough

    I found myself missing this book when I had to put it down. When I couldn't be reading it, I thought about the characters and wondered how they were doing. Now I just want to devour the rest of the series. These Jackson boys are addictive! Nic's wedding goes sideways and she escapes to Michigan with someone else's ticket. While feeling lonely and a little drunk, she crosses paths with a brooding hottie who can't take his eyes off her. Ethan is drawn to the tipsy newcomer, but while she doesn't seem his type, he does connect to the sadness in her eyes. I expected a frothy story line and lots of sex. What I got was so much better. On top of a delicious slow burn romance, the author layered a respectful treatment of a character living with depression, consequences of infidelity (NOT between Nic and Ethan), and the pros and cons of small town life. Nic's circle of friends and Ethan's complicated yet delightful family provided depth and humor. I felt immersed in the world of Jackson Harbor and can't wait to go back.
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