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    4 Stars!

    The overall series is about the bar called The Fix on Sixth that is about to go under. Tyree trusted the wrong guy to finance the start of the bar and now this guy wants the loan paid off in full or lose it. Employees and friends do not want to see this happen so they are willing to invest in the bar and come up with ways to raise money and bring more customers in. Jenna, one of the new partners has come up with the idea to hold a Calendar of the Month contest for the public to choose each months model for the Calendar. In this installment of the Man of the Month series, Jenna contacts Brooke, a contractor, to see if she is willing to donate the materials to remodel the bar. Brooke takes it one step better and gets television executives involved to not only pay for the remodel but to do a tv series on the remodel and airing the Man of the Month contest that are being held each month. There is just one problem. The tv execs want to add a co-host who just happens to be the jilted Groom of Brookes. I'm not the biggest fan of second chance romance but I gotta admit J. Kenner had me devouring this book because of what really happened to make Brooke walk away from Spencer. Things aren't what they seem and I couldn't wait for the truth to come out. There were a few instances that I felt got a bit rushed in the story but these books are on the shorter side. I love that we get to see the same characters in each book and I'm looking forward to the next one. ARC provided by Social Butterfly PR.
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    Angel with a Little Bit of Devil

    More of a 4.5 than 5 star read for me, but loved it nonetheless. I felt like I flew through this book. This book focused more on Spencer and Brooke (the lead characters), whereas the first book in the series really set the scene and introduced a lot of the men who would be the leads in future books and possible females leads. You'll be introduced to some new characters that will probably appear in future books and get to know some characters we were introduced to in the first book. Brooke, the daughter of wealthy parents; Spencer, the bad boy from the wrong side of the tracks, with a bit of criminal past. It's your typical second chance love story of good girl and bad boy that is written well. There are no whiny characters, just strong characters dealing with reasonable self doubt. I do wish the revenge aspect had been carried out a tad bit longer. While we can all pretty much figure out what ending is going to be of the series, I'm curious to see all the twists and turns of the individual books as we learn all about all of these characters, as well as the story as a whole. Because I've read so many books from this author, I think I'm more excited for the books of characters we've encounter in previous series. Only time will tell and Book 3 will be here before we know it.
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    Review: Man of the Month 2: Hold On Tight

    Hold on Tight by J. Kenner is the second book in her new 12 book Man of the Month series. Told in dual POV this is the second chance love story of Spencer Dean and Brooke Hamlin and the series story arc of this larger group of friends efforts to save their favorite bar, The Fix on Sixth. Spencer and Brooke have a past together. It's complicated if you know all the details as we readers do early on, and heartbreaking when you only know some of the details as poor Spencer has only known for the past few years. He is set for revenge on Brooke, she is, after all, the one who broke his heart and has ruined all relationships for him after their split. Brooke has been carrying the secret reason for leaving Spencer on her shoulders alone for a long time. She is still head over heels in love with him and had the best of reasons for what she did. Unfortunately, she never told him why and now, having to work together on their home improvement show filming renovations at The Fix, things get complicated and heated FAST. Well-written and well-paced, this was another great read and I'm excited with how each of the upcoming characters are gently weaved into the plots in earlier stories without being obtrusive to the current story. Enjoy!
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    Second chance romance with Romeo & Juliet feel

    Hold on Tight is the second book in the new Man of The Month series. This book is the story of Mr. February and the story of Brooke and Spencer. Nothing is as delicious as second chance romance with a Romeo and Juliet type feel! Brooke was introduced in book one when she met with Jenna to go over renovations for The Fix, the Sixth Street bar in Austin that they are trying to save from financial troubles. Brooke has her own Commercial Renovation Company, much to the disappointment of her parents. They are from the upper crust, her father is a lawyer and her mother is a doctor. They expected her to go to medical school and much to their disappointment, she chose another path. Spencer is from a poor family. His father went from job to job and they lived in a trailer. His brother joined a local gang and was caught and put in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. He was just in the wrong place, at the wrong time, with the wrong people. Spencer learned the construction trade from his father. Spencer and Brooke met and fell in love. Brooke’s family didn’t want Brooke to marry Spencer because of his family and background. While planning a future with Brooke, Spencer worked construction and he was good with renovations. So good he approached the network about a television show and became a network star with Spencer’s Place. All was in motion for a happily ever after until Brooke called it off and they have been incommunicado for the last five years. Spencer continued with Spencer’s Place until his friend and investment manager does some shady dealings and Spencer is in financial trouble. Spencer leaves the network and Spencer’s Place with one more season to film on his contract and returns to Austin. Spencer has been back in town for months and hasn’t run into his ex-finance Brooke until their paths cross when Brooke tries to broker a deal with the network to do a reno show on The Fix. The deal the network makes with Brooke is they will do the show if she does it with Spencer. He has a project on an old home he wants to do on Spencer’s Place, but the network plays the game if you do the reno show with Brooke then you can do the project on Spencer’s Place. They know of Spencer and Brooke’s troubled history and want that drama for the show. I really disliked Spencer in the beginning. He is bitter and very angry. He wants Brooke to hurt as badly as he did, and he wants revenge. Brooke and Spencer have not spoken in five years and he has no idea the hell and heartbreak Brooke has been through since she had to call off the wedding to the only man she has ever loved and still loves. Brooke and Spencer have a lot of issues and hurt to move through. This is a bittersweet second chance romance. There are secrets, bitterness, and regret that have to be dealt with. As the story unfolds, details are revealed, and secrets are told. My heart hurt for both of them. Spencer redeemed himself and I began to root of them to turn their relationship around. This second chance romance with a Romeo and Juliet feel is just the thing to help with the winter blahs. I really enjoyed Mr. February and really look forward to Mr. March!
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    Fun and Sexy

    Spencer Dean and Brooke Hamlin have a past and now it appears they are going to be forced to have a future working together. Brooke walked away on their wedding day five years ago and now what starts out as revenge on Spencer's part turns to a second chance and the sparks are still there. All of the feels of true love are still there after being apart and the chemistry cannot be denied or extinguished with time. This series is just pure fun and sexy! Definitely a great time read! **Received this ARC for review**
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