Those Red High Heels

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Those Red High HeelsThose Red High Heels by Katherine May
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

What started out as the worst day of Emma Walker’s life ended up being the catalyst for her happily ever after. If Emma hadn’t awoken to a dog with stomach issues followed by being late for work and subsequently getting fired, she probably never would have bought those to die for, killer, red heels during her retail therapy session.

Greyson Lyons is moving through life on auto-pilot; he works to take over the family business, he is even planning to marry a woman he barely likes as a person, for the greater good of the business. When a woman in red high heels gets into his car by mistake, his entire world tilts on its axis and he will never be the same.

Katherine May has created some of the best characters one could hope for. They experience love, lust, hurt, and disappointment in a very real way. She has written a quick read that still delivers on depth and emotion. There is a sort of magic behind the notion of love at first sight but with this story even the most adamant naysayers may actually start to believe it could exist.

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Make You Mine

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Make You Mine (Nine Circles, #2)Make You Mine by Jackie Ashenden
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the second book in the Nine Circles series from Jackie Ashenden. The plot picks up where the first book left off. The members of the Nine Circles are delving further into the mystery of the Lucky Seven Casino. This time Alex is front and center and we find out exactly what happened that fateful night that changed his life forever. The very foundation of the Nine Circles, ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’, is put to the test when the secrets of Alex’s past threaten his friends’ future. All the while his steadfast bodyguard, Katya Ivanova, is by his side. Her duty is to protect Alex from all danger including himself. In the end, they end up saving each other because they both needed to let go of the past in hopes of having a future worth living.

This installment in the series was leaps and bounds above the first. While the cast of characters is the same, they had more depth, personality, and realism. Jackie Ashenden gives her characters significant flaws but allows them to learn from their mistakes making them easy to relate to. Make you Mine is a great read for those looking for emotion, action, and romance.

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