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    cute name

    I enjoyed this light and fun story of three friends.
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    Amazingly Fun Read

    I had the chance to read Cupid Stupid by Sylvia McDaniel. This book was a riot to read. The Cupid Stupid Legend is so much fun and makes for a fun and funny background for Ryan and Taylor's tale. After a few drinks Taylor and her friends decide to test the Cupid Stupid tradition only to be caught by the local sheriff. Ryan has been trying to get the Cupid statue removed from the town park, but when he finds Taylor in a compromising position it is an eye opener. Unfortunately she is best friends with his ex which could cause some interesting issues. This was an amazing story and I can't wait to read the other stories in this collection.
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    Good start to the series

    Taylor has moved back to her home town of Cupid TX after finding her fiancé (a lawman) in bed with another woman. On valentine’s day she and her friends celebrate with a few drinks and decide to test the old town superstition of dancing naked around the city’s Statue of Cupid. When they see the Sheriff’s car coming they all take off naked in different directions. Taylor is the unlucky one that gets caught by none other than her best friend’s old high school boyfriend Ryan Jones. Ryan is interested in dating Taylor, but knows she is reluctant to get into an new relationship especially with someone in law enforcement. Taylor wants to be with Ryan, but is afraid of what her friend Kelsey, Ryan’s ex, will think about her dating him. Also, what is the mystery surrounding why they broke up so suddenly in high school? Taylor finds that sometimes to be happy in life you have to take chances, forgive, and just keep moving forward. It was slow getting started, but it builds a good foundation for the story and the series. A good HEA ending. I was given a free ARC of this book for an honest book review. My rating is 5 stars.
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    Good laughs

    Taylor returns to Cupid, Texas to run her parents restaurant. One night she gets drunk with high school friends and dances around the fountain of love This story is about the aftermath of this event. Enjoy.
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    Would you dance around the statue?

    This is a fun, crazy story. There's a superstition around the town of Cupid, Texas that if you dance naked around the cupid fountain at midnight and chant, "Oh, Cupid statue find us our true love!" you'll find true love and happily ever after. Well one night, 3 best friends, Taylor, Meghan, and Kelsey decide to test out the theory after they'd had a bit too much to drink. This particular story follows Taylor Braxton and her experience after dancing around the fountain. The only complication is that she's not seeking romance after an awful breakup with her ex-fiance who she caught cheating. So, she now wants nothing to do with lawmen because she's convinced they are cheaters. However, before the women can finish their dance and get their clothes back on, the flashing lights of the sheriff's patrol car startle them. While the other two run off, Taylor finds herself confronted by none other than the new sheriff, Ryan Jones! Ryan cannot believe his eyes. More crazy women dancing naked. However, this time they aren't silly high schoolers or college kids. He knows these women and has always been attracted to the one in his sights now - Taylor Braxton. Fueled by an instant attraction, Ryan desperately wants to get to know Taylor better, but she's running scared. Not wanting to scare her away, he withholds some details from his past. But, what will happen when she eventually finds out? Will he lose her for good? Can he convince her that not all lawmen are bad? Although I enjoyed the story, it did get a bit racy for me in places. But, overall, it's a cute, silly story with a bit of superstition thrown in for fun. The romance pushed further into the "R" category than I normally read. Thankfully, it didn't stay there. There is a subtle theme of hypocrisy, remorse, and forgiveness. Romance - Steamy PG13 / R - multiple romance scenes and lots of kissing and innuendo. Language - a couple of occurrences of a cuss word and male body parts named or referenced. My rating - 4 stars
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