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    ATRP hit the spot and then some!

    This book had some of everything. I laughed, growled, smiled, and even felt a tear trying to form once or twice. It is book number one in a new series, Riley O’Brien & Co. It took place in a refreshingly new scene! I was in my glory in the wonderful world of denim. In addition to a new setting, the characters were lively and realistic. Quinn was stubborn, headstrong, completely Alpha, sexy and charming. Amelia was talented and she was trying to be professional. ;-) Not an easy feat when faced with Quinn. The attraction between these two was magma hot! However there was no insta romance. It was a slow build up with a high level tension and chemistry. I kept wondering when they would finally give in. There was plenty of romance, some steam, secrets, determination, great characters, a new type of setting, and plenty of pages on which the plot played out. :-) I thought this book was awesome. I am really eager to read more about the siblings and their friends. If you are looking for a contemporary romance with great characters and plot. This one's for you. I received an ecopy in exchange for my honest thoughts
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    Superb!

    Beautifully written...quite interesting storyline ...love all the characters especially quinn and juice ...great epilogue...cannot wait for more and really2 worth reading!!
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    Great Debut!

    4.5 Stars! Growing up in a small town, Amelia Winger had big dreams of becoming a successful designer but her lack of a formal education has always been a barrier until she gets the opportunity to design accessories for the famous denim brand, Riley O’Brien & Co. However, she is not prepared for Quinn O’Brien, the sexy CEO and the attraction between them. She is determined to achieve her dreams and despite her fight to keep things professional, the attraction between them is too hard to resist. I loved everything about this book! The characters, the romance between Amelia and Quinn, the family dynamics between Quinn and his siblings, the family history, everything! Amelia is smart, intuitive about fashion and very independent. Quinn on the other hand is a complex man, torn between the weight of his heritage and his duty to uphold and improve what his ancestors built. Quinn has devoted his life to Riley O’Brien and Co. until Amelia enters the picture and now he finds his attention divided between the company and his desire for home and hearth. Sometimes, I find myself liking one character more than the other but in this case, I actually liked both Quinn and Amelia. Amelia is a mix of sweet and confident with a dash of insecure while Quinn is a delicious and charming hunk of man! I love the gradual build-up of both the romance (which is very sweet, by the way) and the sexual tension between Amelia and Quinn. I love the mix of sweet and spicy in their relationship. The history of the Riley O’Brien & Co brand is a very central part of this story and I love that it was well-researched but not overdone. Family is also at the core of Quinn and Amelia’s story. Quinn has a wonderful family, which is something Amelia, whose only family is her best friend, has always wanted. I’m very vocal about not liking a lot of angst in my books and I love that there was very little of that in this book. Issues were quickly resolved and both Amelia and Quinn were very mature and worked to make their relationship successful. All the Right Places is a slam-dunk start to a series and Jenna Sutton has just become one of my favorite authors. For a first book in a series, All the Right Places does not suffer from information overload. In fact, even the hints of the upcoming romances of the other siblings are so subtle that you could blink and miss them! Source: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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    Sexy and fun

    I loved the opening scene, which is the excerpt above. It really set the tone for the rest of the book - a perfect mix of fun and sexy. I love series about families and this was a great introduction to the O'Brien's. Both Amelia and Quinn are likeable characters and so is his brother Cal, his sister Teagan is a bit of a villian in this story, but I have a feeling she'll redeem herself in the next book. A solid contemporary romance that has me anxiously waiting for the book. 4.5 stars ARC via NetGalley
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    All the Right Places

    I thought the storyline was great. The characters are well-developed and I liked the idea of a family run business. The book flowed well and all the mechanics were in place. However, none of these things could save my dislike for the hero Quinn. He immediately turned me off and continued to do so throughout the book. He is a bit of a misogynist and had a real asshole complex. Because of that, the story--no matter the quality--couldn't keep my interest. I found myself skipping parts and was more interested in Quinn's siblings and their issues than the man himself. Regardless of my issue with the hero, I would recommend this book to romance readers. The author is quite gifted and shows a lot of promise. ***I was gifted a paperback copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own***
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