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To Command and Collar (Masters of the Shadowlands 6)

To Command and Collar - Cherise Sinclair Another amazing title in this series, from one of my favorite authors. The depth of emotion continues to blow me away, and there are so many heart-stopping and heart-melting moments. The book stayed in my head for days after I finished it, and this title put me squarely on the edge of my seat waiting for the next one.
Snowed In With The Tycoon (Billionaire Romance) - Shoshanna Evers I really enjoyed this book a lot - both Sarah and Mike are very emotionally broken people. Sarah, especially, has dealt with so much heartache and hard times, in the beginning I wanted to punch Mike for his initially cold determination to buy Sarah out. His arrogance hides a devastatingly broken heart, and as a lot of men do, he just shuts down everything that isn't business related. Of course, it takes both of them to open each other's eyes, and their attraction is smoking right from the start, even though they both fight it. There are some nice humorous touches throughout - I'm not a dog-lover, but I totally got Sarah's devotion to the animals and her shelter. And while I didn't buy Mike's sales pitch at first - I had the feeling even he didn't quite believe it himself, had only talked himself into it-as the story progresses, he is willing to accept and change flaws in his plan and perspective. Sarah really wakes him out of his stupor, and he does the same for her, even if she wants to hate him.Definitely one to keep for re-visiting, especially on a snowy night. :)
Slaves of the Tribe - Emy Naso Definitely not what I expected. I kept reading, looking for something exciting to happen, but it never really did. Not to mention the overabundance of grammatical and spelling errors, which kept me distracted throughout. I never felt a connection to any of the characters, and the ending left me ice cold.

Roped (Purgatory, #1)

Roped - Eliza Gayle Hmm, where'd my comments go? ANyway, I really liked this, the only part that disappointed was that the hottest part of the whole thing was in Katie's daydream. I would have preferred that be a real event in the book, rather than a fantasy. Otherwise, a nice interlud to read on my break, which I did.