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User review: Carter is a professor of omega studies and an alpha who loses his brother and agrees to care for his children though he has no clue how to care for them. Beck is a law student who loses his scholarship to be a caretaker to his grandfather, then loses his job as a TA because he was working for a s...
User review: Wow. Amazing
User review: Capricorn has spent his whole life homeschooled on a hippie commune with his grandmother, Rain. When she breaks her hip. Capricorn is thrown into the modern real world of middle school. He is elected class president as a cruel joke, but his honesty, kindness, and pacifism quickly converts the who...
User review: race produced through mobility and mobility restriction; 100 pages of references and notes; thoroughly researched. i read only 40 pages of it hough.
✩ A Friends to Enemies to Lovers Romance.
✩ A single night turns to more.
✩ A forbidden crush.
✩ A playboy chef with a past.
✩ A risk-it-all heroine who learns to live life again.
✩ A perfect chance to binge read.
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NYT bestselling author Carrie Ann Ryan concludes a brand new series where s...
User review: Yet again, this 41 year old mother of two gets sucked into a YA novel. And I loved every page. Brigid has a way of drawing a picture of her characters with such amazing detail, it sucks me right in. Can’t wait for the next one!
User review: This was a really long book. Maybe it had to be. Anyway, I zoomed through it pretty quickly because I couldn't put it down! Sandra Brown is usually good like that. :)
Can't really say anything about the story because of spoilers. The plot's twists and turns were neat, though. Read it!
User review: A mix of genre with several lessons to be learned, some the hard way. The story line is unique but did not seem to be as developed as it could have been. The back story is the perfect setting for a thriller, but little was done to play it up. The characters were well developed and the reader coul...