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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

I started reading again!! Reviews to come!

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This may sound a little lame but... I missed reading! I used to read for pleasure all the time. A lady who works with me lent me a few books because I was complaining about not reading in a while. Well, one of the books just grabbed me!

The book she had me borrow first was Tempted by Megan Hart. This book is classified as erotic romance but is so much more! The way she told of the relationship between the main character and her sisters, mother and father just made you feel like you knew her all your life. Her husband was not the only relationship you knew, which is what I expected in a romance novel. I felt so connected to her (Anne) that I simply could not stop reading!

Normally in the morning my Other Half leaves around 5 am and I grab some coffee and surf the web, blog a little and enjoy some "me time" before the kids get up for the day. Instead I would get out the book and just read! When I wasn't reading the book I was thinking about reading it! I'm pretty sure that indicates some sort of addiction.

I don't want to give anything from the story away because I plan to do a full review of the book, as well as all of Megan Harts other erotic romance novels. Yes, I said ALL. I have read them all and there is another one coming out in August that I can't wait to read!

If erotic romance is not something you typically read then I suggest you read the upcoming reviews. I didn't think it was my cup of tea at first but, man was I wrong!

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