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Week in My Life: Week 25

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June 16 – 22, 2014
This week was Madison’s birthday and we couldn’t celebrate it right. Josh was stressed out over the vehicles and I had an on-again, off-again headache!

Monday

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I finished 3 books in 2 1/2 days and one wasn’t supposed to be released until the 15th of July and I can’t review it or anything until then! STRESS!!
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Review: Cowboy Take Me Away by Lorelei James

Cowboy Take Me Away (Rough Riders, #16)Cowboy Take Me Away by Lorelei James

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

It jumps from past to present, but not in a way that will leave you confused.
I went from tears to laughing so hard and then a little hot under the collar.

Lorelei James’ writing always sucks me in, almost from the first few sentences, and this story was no different. You finally get the story of Carolyn and Carson, and it’s a story that was worth the wait. You get to see the parents of the characters you fell in love with, seeing those characters as children, as teens, and then even as parents, trying to keep their families together while dealing with the fear of losing their mom.

I honestly loved the story, and it makes me want to re-read the whole series over again!

I’ll share a quote that made me share it on FB. WARNING: It’s definitely NSFW!

She inched closer to him. “Remember that the next time floozies are sniffing around you. Remember who fucked you outside a bar. Remember who sucked you off in her car. Remember that you’ll never find a woman who gives you what I do in and out of bed. Remember you’re mine and I take care of what’s mine. But if you ever fuck around on me I will cut off your cock and wear it as a necklace.” She smashed her mouth to his, her kiss brutal. Relentless.

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[Review] Gone Country (Rough Riders, #14)Gone Country by Lorelei James

Gone Country (Rough Riders, #14)Gone Country by Lorelei James

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hot. Hot. Hot.

I’ll be honest. It wasn’t as hot as the others, and in some points, felt forced. That, I think, though, is normal when you’re working with a series. At some point, you only have so much that you can write about again.

It felt WEIRD though, reading the mind of a sixteen-year-old girl. REALLY weird.

Though, I’ll agree with Angie, there needs to be a Sierra and Boone story, like YESTERDAY!

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