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TAKE ME DOWN by Carly Phillips

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Opposites don’t merely attract. . .they combust.

Take Me Down, an all-new, sexy contemporary standalone from Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestselling author Carly Phillips, is available now!

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Parker Knight was going through the motions… and then he met her.

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Review of Senseo Coffee Maker

Finally, the review. I’ve been holding off on this for awhile, and now is time to publish.

First, it looks like I’m a little low on water, so it’s time to fill it up. The best thing about this lovely single-serve coffee maker is how easy it is to use.

The fill-lines are easy to distinguish, whether there’s water in the container or not. For best results, it’s wiser to fill to the top fill-line, but, as you can see, there are lines for 2 cups or 1 cup, as well.

The pods are easy as pie to use. Just choose how many you want (one or two), and put them in. I use one for my coffee, because I don’t like mine super strong. Too much and I get super crazy jittery.

Make sure your cup is under the spout. You don’t want to make that mistake, :lol:. Then, you just hit the power button. Once it stops flashing, you hit the button of your coffee selecton: 1 cup or 2 cups. I do one-cup twice, because, like I said, I don’t like mine too strong. 🙂

Look how frothy that turns out! I love it!! As you can see, it’s only half-filled, so I just hit one-cup again, and it uses the same pod to make me some more. It makes it just the strength that I need.

And there you have a perfect cup of coffee!! Just add whatever you want to make it drinkable for you, and enjoy!!

The Senseo products are just amazing. They’re made by Phillips, which is a very reliable brand, IMO. The prices are amazing. The Senseo pods are actually almost $2 cheaper than the Folger’s pods, which is usually my brand of choice. They’ve got a wide-selection of choices when it comes to flavors. They even have tea pods. I’ve only seen them on the Senseo site, but I like that idea.

I got my single-serve coffee maker as part of a package deal through Senseo that they have, where I paid $15 for shipping, and I got the maker ($70), 1 bag of 16 pods (~ $4), and a packet of $20 off coupons for friends, along with a couple of other coupons. Worth trying to find, honestly. Even if you don’t like the maker, you’re only out $15, and not even really that, if you tried selling it to someone else.

I just found that The Domestic Diva is having a contest to win one of the coffee makers I’m raving about, so check it out!!