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    Try Love

    This is the 2nd book in the All About Love series. This book can be read as a standalone, however, it is so much more when read in the order the author intended. Jace and Shaylene meet in college. She is driven, outspoken, and feisty. He is a party guy, player and wants to be an actor. Shay knows she has to get Jace to the audition on Friday. She does not want to lose her job, but she has no control over all the bad karma that is happening to her this week. Shay also has to find a way to keep herself from being attracted to Jace. Jace, wants to live the life of a player, or so he thinks. He cannot stop himself from being attracted and wanting more from his friendship with his agent. Shay just flat out does it for him. What will he do? This was such a fun and unexpected read. I knew I would laugh, I just did not know how much. I loved the sweet and sexy times. The banter is amazing, and the friendship is so much more. Definitely a keeper. ***This ARC copy was given by and its publisher for review purposes only.
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    Mixing business and pleasure ....

    Who says mixing business and pleasure can't be fun? Friends to lovers stories are commonplace in the world of romantic fiction. I have read a number of these type of stories because they are my favorite romance reads. No Interest In Love by Cassie Mae is a wake up call in more ways than one. Ms. Mae through fresh eyes tackles falling in love with comedic accuracy, flaws and all. Cassie Mae is a great author. I enjoy her take on relationships. She examines the idiosyncrasies that make us all unique and how they influence the inner workings of love. Have never come across such that before. That is what makes her stories such a joy to read. I received a copy of No Interest In Love in exchange for an honest review.

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