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    Light-Hearted, Fun & Very Sexy!

    3.5/4 Stars | Hot Steam I don’t often gravitate towards romantic comedies, but I simply couldn’t resist trying Alice Clayton’s newest release, NUTS. Light-hearted, playful and very, very sexy, Roxie and Leo’s charming small town romance was a delightful escape that had me turned way on and absolutely salivating for more than just the delicious hero. Seriously, this book should come three things: a vibrator, a companion cookbook—because I need to make those mouth-watering cakes!—and a warning: “Must read on a full stomach”. Filled with luscious foods and foodie-related mishaps, hilarious friends, and a flirty and frisky well-matched pair of summer lovers who get it so enviably right—despite basic gravity and those ever pesky bees—Roxie and Leo were a joy to read. Their banter sparkles, their kisses ignite and their true love endures, endlessly. So much nutty and naughty fun! I can’t wait for more steamy and smile-inducing tales from Bailey Falls! Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.
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    Nuts about this book!

    Nuts (can I just say how much I love this title) is laugh out loud funny. The hot moments between Leo and Roxie left me cranking up the AC. And there are a few parts in this book that tore my heart out. That is the unexpected part of the story. I wasn’t ready for the moment when my heart fell into my stomach and I cursed Alice Clayton. I know some people may be mad at me for this next statement, but Leo won my heart and I found myself asking, “Simon, who?” Just kidding, I’ll never forget my Wallbanger. Ok, moving on. Leo? Where can I find this farmer, or a farmer just like him? He is perfection. And the kicker is when you get to the part where I teared up and lost my heartbeat, it will kind of make you love him even more. Farmer Boy is now and forever, MINE! I absolutely loved the banter between these two. Roxie is someone I could definitely see myself hanging out with. Omg, can that woman cook and bake. I seriously wish Alice would put these recipes into a cookbook. All beesnuis aside (see what I did there, you’ll have to read it and see what I mean). Nuts is hilarious, sexy, sweet, and unexpected. A great start to a new series. I’m really looking forward to the next one. I’m crossing my fingers that it’s the dairy farmers turn.
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    Bad book

    Terrble book just hate it, it was so boring I think it was a waste of money and time Lol john cena
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    A lot of food descriptions

    Nuts by Alice Clayton (Audio Edition) Narrated by: Shayna Thibodeaux, Sebastian York Series: The Hudson Valley Series, Book 1 3 stars - I had this book in my tbr list for a while and i had read loads of good reviews. The narrator sounded good when I listened to the sample and she was good, and one of main reasons I kept listening. However the book was less than I hoped. There were just SOOO many food descriptions, at some points it even felt like the author was describing her descriptions. Too many double entendres as well. I like a good play on words when sprinkled throughout the story, but these were a bit heavy for me. Perhaps it was just the mood I was in. I wasn't feeling the chemistry between the leads until ¾’s of the way in.. then the story totally changed. I felt some emotion, some of the good tension and butterflies, it was all there. So the book ended on a good note, which was nice. Even though, I wished this had happened earlier in the book for me. Also, only the epilogue is from Leo’s pov. I would have loved to see more of his thoughts.
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    Romantic comedy

    One of the best reads in a long time. Combine a chef, farmer, granola mother, and a variety of other characters, and you end up with a book you can't put down. I am eager to read all of Alice Clayton's novels.
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