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    Some good, some great, some not so good. Enjoyable

    Black Dog Nights 5stars Wish I could find an arrangement like this lol. I expected this book to be just about sex, but surprisingly it was about the evolution of their relationship. They're both perfectly suited for each other and it was really sweet. It was a great start to the series and I look forward to finishing the rest of the set. Sapphire Beautiful 5 stars I love that the characters in this book were scholars! This was sweet and young. I have to say I didn't like the reactions to her age - 32 is not old. I hope the rest of the relationships in this series are happy romances. Mad Dog Days 1 star It was nice having a continuation and seeing previous characters. I didn't really enjoy this book though. The "romance" between Cali and (spoiler?) Rocky leaves a lot to be desired. Especially since he was all hung up on Rose. Makes it seem way too much like a rebound. The arrangement with Mad Dog was terrifying. What if Rocky hadn't had connections? It just soured this for me quite extensively. Gold Dust Woman 5 stars Seeing the different characters from new perspectives makes everyone seem so personal and real. Felicity is nothing like how she seemed in the first book. Cole is a lot sweeter and seems more approachable than in Mad Dog's book. I love romances that cross the tracks like this, especially when the one coming from the "poor" life could eventually cross those tracks on their own due to their own hard work and talent. Either way this was a sweet romance. Yellow Dog Blues 5 stars I love sweet romances. I love Happily Ever Afters. This book was definitely both, though it started a bit sad. Everyone certainly does rush to get married in this series. The timeline skips so fast in this book. It feels like a conversation is continued but all of a sudden it's been a month, another two weeks, three months, longer. that was a bit disconcerting. Grey Cloudy Lies 2 stars Eh this one also did absolutely nothing for me. The sex scenes were sub-par compared to the rest of the series. It was focused more on the relationship, which isn't a bad thing - just a completely different tone than the rest of the series. I also don't like the idea of tricking someone like this. There is nothing wrong with being a single parent and it definitely isn't the end of the world. You can still give your children a life you didn't have by not doing what you didn't appreciate as a kid. I promise they'll have things they'll still want to do differently when/if they start their own families. I received this book series free for an honest review and all opinions are my own.
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    Great Series!!

    First, I want to thank Karen M Bryson whom is writing under the pen name as Ren Monterrey for providing me with this book so I may bring you this review. The Club Series: The Complete Series is written by Ren Monterrey. In this series you will find 6 books in all. Black Dog Nights that has three parts to it, Sapphire Beautiful, Mad Dog Days, Gold Dust Woman, Yellow Dog Blues, and Grey Cloudy Lies. Each book has the same theme as they each get into the arrangement with the club in one way or another. Some end up extremely happy in their arrangements. Some learn way more about themselves than they ever knew possible. My fave in the series were the Mad Dog books and Gold Dust Woman book.

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