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  • Turn Up the Heat is breathtakingly good.

    Wow. Turn Up the Heat is the first in Serena Bell’s Second Chances series, and it’s a breathtaking experience. Lily McKee’s back in Tierney Bay to lick her wounds and regain her footing after a bad breakup leaves her not only feeling shamed and heartbroken but unemployed. She’s staying with her sister and working a few jobs at local eateries to rebuild her nest egg and her sense of self. Kincaid Graves knows all about hiding away important parts of yourself from the world. He’s on parole for attacking his now late grandmother’s abusive husband, and is constantly reminded that the slightest misstep could mean not just embarrassment but the loss of his precious freedom. Serena Bell’s characters are captivating and her plotting gripping. Watching these two combust on the page and nurture a growing intimacy is deeply satisfying. I felt very invested in what happened to them and sighed with pleasure as they found their way to each other and a future worth dreaming! Can’t wait for more from Ms Bell!

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  • All the Feels

    Turn Up the Heat kind of snuck up on me. Or rather, Lily and Caid did. To be honest, I struggled a bit with these two as a couple, and I'm really not sure why. What I can say is that I wasn't really sold on them being together by the time they have their first - umm, encounter. Nevertheless, I kept reading, and little by little, the characters' pulled me in until I was not only warmed up to them, I was totally in their corner, rooting for them. Caid's story is heartbreaking, and the more that comes out about him, the more I loved him. Lily's story is a bit more run of the mill, at least on the surface, but when you get into the details, this pair really couldn't be more perfect for each other. He's a great combination of total sweetheart and exactly what Lily needs in the bedroom, and she's the positive force he needs in his life. The romance follows the standard formula, but there's really nothing standard about this couple. The feels are all there to tug at our heartstrings and keep those pages turning. This one is a little darker than other books I've read by this author, but it's not over the top at all, and the rich characters, engaging storyline, and big feels are there in spades.

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