Freebie Sunday: April 21st, 2019

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Riversnow (The River Valley Series Book 4) by [Thompson, Tess]
Maneuver (Men of Inked: Southside Book 1) by [Bliss, Chelle]
Royally Screwed (The Royally Series Book 1) by [Chase, Emma]


White Russian - A Thriller (Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels Mysteries Book 11) by [Konrath, J.A.]
Thumbnail scroll view image - 1 for  The Hangman's Daughter: [Kindle in Motion] (A Hangman's Daughter Tale Book 1)
All This I Will Give to You by [Redondo, Dolores]


Girl in Trouble (An Alex Mercer Thriller Book 1) by [Claflin, Stacy]
Dark Return: A Leine Basso Thriller by [Berkom, D.V.]
Suitcase Girl: SG Trilogy Book 1 (Abby Kane FBI Thriller 7) by [Hutchinson, Ty]


Silent Crime (Hangman Book 1) by [Knightly, WL]
Love Over Logic: Desert Monsoon, Book 2 by [Hicks, Diana A.]
Savannah Martin Mysteries Box Set 1-3: A Cutthroat Business, Hot Property, Contract Pending (Savannah Martin Mysteries Boxset Book 1) by [Bennett, Jenna]

Young Adult

Frey (The Frey Saga Book 1) by [Wright, Melissa]
Alice: The Wanderland Chronicles #1 by [Sullivan, J.M.]
Go: A Coming of Age Novel by [Kaneshiro, Kazuki]


Sea of Dreams by [Bevill, C.L.]
The Devil's Apprentice: The Great Devil War I by [Andersen, Kenneth B., Andersen, Kenneth Bøgh]
The Green Knight (Space Lore Book 1) by [Dietzel, Chris]

Science Fiction

T-Rexes & Tax Law (Time Travelling Taxman Book 1) by [Ford, Rachel]
Croc's Return (Bitten Point Book 1) by [Langlais, Eve]
HADRON Dark Matter: (Book 1) by [Arseneault, Stephen]

Women’s Fiction

Flirty Thirty (Nerdy Thirties Book 1) by [Mae, Cassie]
Wish Upon a Shell (Lighthouse Point Book 1) by [Correll, Kay]
River's End (River's End Series, #1) by [Davis, Leanne]


The Gift Within the Gift by [Enfield, Mike]
Damned If You Do by [Sexton, Marie]
Among the Living (PsyCop Book 1) by [Price, Jordan Castillo]


20 Masterpieces of Fantasy Fiction Vol. 1: Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Tarzan of the Apes...... by [MacDonald, George, Carroll, Lewis, Baum, L. Frank, Chesterton, G. K., Barrie, J. M., Lindsay, David, Howard, Robert E., Bulgakov, Mikhail, Burroughs, Edgar Rice, Dickens, Charles, Dunsany, Lord, Malory, Thomas, Twain, Mark, Ruskin, John]
Turn The Other Way by [James, Stuart]
Gone Daddy Gone (Sloane Monroe Book 7) by [Bradshaw, Cheryl]

Freebie Sunday: March 31st, 2019

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Wish Upon a Shell (Lighthouse Point Book 1) by [Correll, Kay]
Christmas Key: A Three Book Box Set of Holiday Romance by [Taylor, Stephanie]
The Sexy One (One Love Book 1) by [Blakely, Lauren]


Dark Path (A Bodhi King Novel Book 1) by [Miller, Melissa F.]
Retribution: A Psychic Detective Kate Pierce Crime Thriller Book 1 (Psychic Detective Kate Pierce Crime Thriller Series) by [Sutter, C.M.]
Gone Daddy Gone (Sloane Monroe Book 7) by [Bradshaw, Cheryl]

Young Adult

Hollow Brook, 3:AM Kisses: Boxed Set by [Moore, Addison]
The Affiliate (Ascension Book 1) by [Linde, K.A]
The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1) by [Elledge, Brandi]

Fantasy/Science Fiction

Havenwood Falls Volume One (Havenwood Falls Collections Book 1) by [Cook, Kristie, Burdorf, Susan, Fechenda, E.J., Havenwood Falls Collective]
Requiem (After The Purge: Vendetta Trilogy, Book 1) by [Sisavath, Sam]
The Dragon Blood Collection, Books 1-3 by [Buroker, Lindsay]

Women’s Fiction

Cheeky Royal (Royals Undercover Book 1) by [Malone, Nana]
Tormentor Mine: A Dark Romance by [Zaires, Anna, Zales, Dima]
Flirty Thirty (Nerdy Thirties Book 1) by [Mae, Cassie]


Diablo (The Gifted Ones Book 2) by [Wolf, JM]
Because You Loved Me: A Baytown Boys Valentine's Day Male/Male Romance by [Finn, Ian]
Aftercare (Ever After Book 1) by [Chris, Tanya]


Wicked Izzy by [Young, Dale]
The Surge by [Rose, Willow]
GIRL NEXT DOOR: An edge of your seat - vicious serial killer thriller. (Jack Ryder Book 5) by [Rose, Willow]

Pillowtalk by Cassie Mae


Title: Pillowtalk

Author: Cassie Mae

Publisher: Random House Publishing Group – Loveswept

Date of publication: April 4th, 2017

Genre: Romance

Number of pages: 191

POV: 3rd person

Where you can find this book: Amazon

Book synopsis (from Goodreads): 

In this heartfelt romance from the author of the All About Love series, two people who thought they’d given up on passion turn to each other for emotional support—and maybe something a little more physical.
Kennedy Walters has had a tough year. Now she’s come to the lakeside town of Lyra Valley to finally say goodbye to the memory of her first love. But while she’s staying at his sister’s B&B, Kennedy is shocked to find herself undeniably drawn to a handsome local heartthrob—especially since she is n’t sure if she’s ready to move on.
Aaron Sheppard returned to Lyra Valley because he was fed up with the big city and everything it didn’t have to offer—like the beautiful, down-to-earth girl staying at the B&B. Aaron’s enjoying a little flirtation until he realizes that she’s Kennedy Walters, the girl who was dating his best friend. But after a power outage strands them together, Aaron and Kennedy wind up sharing some intimate conversation. And over the course of a night that neither will ever forget, they learn just how compatible they could be—if only they knew how to let go and fall into each other’s arms.

Look for Cassie Mae’s charming All About Love novels:

My review:

If you are looking for a book that focuses mainly on sex, then pass on this book because while sex is had in the book, it is not the main focus. Don’t let the title fool you like it did me. I really thought that there was going to be no plotline, one-dimensional characters and people having sex at least once a chapter. Instead, this is a beautifully written book about first love, grief, forgiveness, letting go and moving on.

Kennedy’s boyfriend, Jared, died a year earlier from cancer. Destroyed by grief, as any normal person would be, she put off spreading his ashes until she felt that she could handle it. Which I thought was great that the author did that. I have read too many books where the heroine is grieving and then the hero comes along and everything is forgotten and/or is made miraculously better. Not in this case. Kennedy is still raw from losing Jared and she doesn’t want anything to do with romance or men. And that is what made this book so bittersweet to me.

Aaron was Jared’s ex-best friend. Their friendship ended shortly after they graduated high school. I am not going to say why it ended only this: teenage boys are stupid and make stupid mistakes. He knew who Kennedy was and felt awful that he was so attracted to her. In his mind, it would be betraying Jared again. I was heartbroken for him because he hurt so bad. I kinda wanted to reach through the book and give him a huge hug. I also cried when Chelsea (Jared’s sister) talked to Aaron and basically gave him the go-ahead to go after Kennedy.

There were a few touches of humor in the book. Like when Kennedy hit on Austin, who is Aaron’s gay twin brother, and then went off on Aaron, assuming it was Austin when she saw him kissing his “friend” (use your imagination for the meaning) about two hours afterward. I was giggling my fool head off. She was so mad and then that turned into being beyond embarrassed. Charlie the husky puppy was another point of humor. He was comic relief for a couple of scenes when it was needed.

The sex scenes were hot. While there were only two sex scenes, I felt that the build-up to them was awesome. There was so much sexual tension between Kennedy and Aaron, it wasn’t even funny.

I loved the end of the book and the epilogue. Talk about a perfect ending for a great book!!

How many stars will I give Pillowtalk: 4

Why: A great book with relatable characters. I felt that the author did a great job portraying how hard it is to let go of a loved one and she also did a great job portraying how hard it is to get over losing a loved one.

Will I reread: Yes

Will I recommend to family and friends: Yes

Age range: Adult

Why: Sex and language

**I chose to leave this review after reading an advance reader copy**