Making the Switch is Book 2 in the KinkLink series, and a standalone. Bookbub review – This is a great book. I loved all of the life this story has. I would recommend this book to anyone who is into a little bit of a wider view in relationships- review by V. Learn more: https://tinyurl.com/KinkLink4
5-star review –
Loved this book. Read it in one night because I couldn’t put it down – Stormy on Goodreads.
Two brothers awakened a desire she’d never known… But it’s only one who steals her heart. CAUTION: Alpha hero, bad-boy romance that’s utterly addictive and outrageously satisfying.
She realizes that it is time to choose between the brothers — because she knows now, she can’t have them both.
Now it’s up to Jessa to decide who she wants to be with — and neither of them plan on making her decision easy…
Does she choose to love one, or let them both go?
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5-star review on Goodreads – ” Complex, detailed, sexy, my kinda story…flawlessly crafted mesmerising read.”
He was left alone, unsure of his future…She always thought she knew her path in life until someone got in the way. CAUTION: Alpha hero, bad-boy romance that’s utterly addictive and outrageously satisfying.
Jessa lives alone, her mother recently died of cancer, she decides it is time to know more about her past, so she hires a private investigator to help her find her father. Little does she realize it is a two for one deal and the instant attraction she has to the Boynton brothers is reciprocated. As the three work together on her case they become very close. The twins introduce her to a world unknown to her with whips and cuffs and crosses that have nothing to do with religion.
5-star review –
Loved this book. Read it in one night because I couldn’t put it down – Stormy on Goodreads
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The pendulum has swung from skinny eyebrows (think “Charlie’s Angels”, circa 1976) to the more natural look I was born with (me, circa 1974).
I fought with my eyebrows for years, trying to fashion them into the pencil-thin arches the cover girls wore.
I never quite got there.
I stopped short of the pencil thin lines due to, well, pain, and the the time it took me at home to achieve it.
Man, am I glad.
Yesterday, I opened my mailbox to find Priyanka Chopra gracing the cover of “Vogue” with thick, dramatic, beautiful eyebrows.
My friends who were able to coax their brows into the thin lines I so prized now rely on their eyebrow pencil for definition.
Sadly, eyebrows grow sparse with age.
It’s fun, cool and hip to follow fashion trends and to feel up to date with the latest look.
Who didn’t want Farah’s feathered hairstyle or Jaclyn’s slim, defined brows?
But now, I want Priyanka’s gorgeous, natural look.
If only I had put the tweezers down, sooner.