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    His Kind of Trouble

    An entertaining story with captivating characters and realistic dialogue, what more could you ask for? Emotions run high throughout a myriad of familial disasters and relationship dips and turns. She melds emotions with comedy in a manner that creates a believable story and intriguing escape from reality. The dynamic between the two main characters really made this story for me. His over the top persona combined with her healing created a couple that I won’t soon forget. I found both easy to connect with and to be the type of people who really drew me into their story. The cast that surrounded them was quite entertaining and made the story even more real. Austin has created a story that brings real life to readers in a manner that allows you to experience it and to escape from your own reality for a little while. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
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    Excellent flirty dialogue moments

    I discovered Terri Austin with her Rose Strickland Mystery series a couple of years ago. I enjoyed her work so much, that I was happy to follow her into a new genre. In His Every Need, we are introduced to the Campbell sisters of Las Vegas. They had recently lost their mother after a long battle with breast cancer. When their father lost their house to Trevor Blake, British tycoon, Allie went to plead their case. This book centers around the middle daughter, Monica and Calum, cousin to Trevor. Though many of the characters from the first book are back, this story takes place 5 years after the events of that book. So for the most part, you could read this as a stand alone, without missing much. Monica has grown up, settled down and works as the coordinator for the breast cancer foundation named for their mother. She's sworn off bad boys and works hard to make up for her years as a wild child. Calum is in town to visit his mother. He can't help but remember Monica from the last time he was in town and their incredibly hot make out session in the garden at her father's wedding. When he sees Monica again, he decides that he will do whatever it takes to bring back the woman who was so alive that night. The tone of this book was different than the first. In the first, Trevor was definitely had the Alpha vibe going on, where Calum is more the laid back charmer. Allie and Monica are two very different personalities as well, almost complete opposites. I found myself enjoying this one more than the first with the flirtiness between Monica and Calum allowing for some excellent dialogue moments. I gave this book 4 stars. Thanks to Netgalley and Sourcebooks Casablanca for the opportunity to read and review the book.
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    sweet and sexy contemporary romance

    It took me a bit to connect with the hero of this story, and as a result I wasn't as invested in the outcome for this couple at the start. But as the story progressed, I liked them better together. Monica's personal growth in dealing with the death of her mother was well written. There was definitely some sexual chemistry between the couple and lots of steamy scenes for them together. A sweet ending and a happy ever after round out a solid romantic story, for this couple that go through their share of challenges but come out on top. 3 stars.

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