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    Mm mm mm good!

    Melissa continues to introduce us to characters we can believe in. While this may not be a traditional love story, that does not stop readers for cheering for them! HOT HOT HOT!!!
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    Best Friends Ever!!!

    Melissa's newest series Wild Boys After Dark is a bit steamier than her other series but we still get her amazingly well written characters! I really like Laney, she's a woman who is not afraid to tell those around her that she is not ready for something and expects them to accept it or walk away. However, when she a birthday surprise she was NOT expecting that turns her world upside down she faces the decisions that must be made. It may take her a few days to really look at her life & decide what she wants, but once she does - look out world! Jackson to me is a typical male who thinks he's not good enough for the one person everyone else knows is it for him. He just needs is pounded into his head that he is capable of being the man he thinks she deserves.
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    Wild Boys After Dark: Jackson

    I seem to be reading these books in record time!! Have trouble putting them down. Cannot wait for the new books to be available.
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    A fantastic book!

    Jackson and Erica are best friends, with benefits. This lifestyle works great for both of them since they proclaim to having commitment issues. That is until Erica’s boyfriend Bryce proposes to her on her birthday. Erica decides she needs time to think about the proposal and will let him know when she gets back from her camping trip with Jackson. Every year Jackson and Erica go on an annual camping trip for her birthday and this year is no exception. While Erica is supposed to be deciding about Bryce’s proposal Jackson and her continue on with their “relationship” like nothing has happened. But as the week continues, Jackson starts pushing Erica away, convinced he is doing her a favor. He could never be faithful to one woman and he doesn’t want to ruin Erica’s chance for a HEA. Like most men, Jackson can’t see that by pushing her away he is hurting her more than anyone and Erica starts wondering if maybe her feeling for Jackson are more than friend deep. This book was another amazing reading by Melissa Foster. If you have read and fell in love with her books in the past you will not be disappointed. You won’t be able to put this quick read down. I received an eARC of this book for my honest review and opinion. All ratings and opinions stated are my own.
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    Another Melissa Foster hit

    I almost feel like I could repeat myself over and over when reviewing a book by Melissa Foster, but she hit it out of the park with Jackson's book. I felt the connection between Jackson and Laney from the very beginning - perhaps because their relationship had been developing for so long. But as much as their relationship is about "benefits" as much as it is "friends", their connection is deep. I don't think either of them realized the depth of their connection at the beginning of this book, but their transformation throughout the story was enjoyable to watch. Each has realizations about their relationship with the other, and it rocks what they thought was a solid foundation. There were times that I wanted to smack each of them upside the head and tell them to "catch on" to not only the other's feelings, but their own. The author includes a lot of poignant points in these characters' story - the tattoos that are truly ingenious, the incorporation of the cover photo into their relationship - these are little unique aspects of the story that make the book memorable, and are a hallmark of a Melissa Foster book.
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