What I'm Kindle Reading - November

What I’m Kindle Reading // November 2020

December 4, 2020

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My ‘What I’m Kindle Reading’ selection this month has focused on different book series and duets. Although standalone books still have a place on my reading list, there is something wonderful about finding out more about different characters and their romantic journeys. With duet books, a new way of enjoying a journey spread over two books. Knowing ahead of time to expect a cliffhanger between the two books. This is acceptable to me when I know that the second book is available to read straight after. Unlike one of the books I read this month which ended on a cliffhanger (which I wasn’t expecting) and the next book isn’t available until next June!

What I’m Kindle Reading in November…

Coming Home to Wishington Bay by Maxine Morrey

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Holly has been living and breathing her work life for so long. However, the combination of finding out her boyfriend of two years was engaged to another woman and her beloved grandmother Gigi passing away had led her to throw herself deeper into work. But panic attacks have forced her to take the summer off and head to Wishington Bay to the house Gigi left her.

Meeting the Australian doctor who rents the house next door didn’t quite go to plan. Both make a bad impression on the other. However, with the help of Gabe’s dog Bryan, they form a friendship. Gabe helped her with her panic attacks, encouraging her new hobby and enjoying her home-cooked meals.

But when Gabe’s parents arrive for a holiday he is forced to admit that they think that she is his girlfriend. Something he cooked up with Gigi, leaving his parents thinking that they have been dating for 18 months. Can Holly and Gabe showcase a fake relationship? Because it is just fake, right?

Available to buy from Amazon in Paperback, Audiobook and Kindle Edition.

Winter at Wishington Bay by Maxine Morrey

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Sophia has been living in Wishington Bay for the past eighteen months. Originally a stopping point turned into a new place to call home having left her previous life behind. Working in the local restaurant as well as a spot if cleaning she makes enough money to get by. With her friends Holly and Gabe on holiday, she is tasked with cleaning their home whilst Gabe’s brother Nate stays for a while.

Nate has been persuaded to come and stay in Wishington Bay by both his parents and Gabe. Needing to make headway on his new book plus put some distance between his soon to be ex-wife. Their first meeting doesn’t go well, with him thinking his brother is attempting to play matchmaker. However, Sophia soon puts him in his place.

Feeling as though they both said things in the heat of the moment they apologise when they next see each other. With a slow-burning friendship forming between them. Nate starts to up open about his relationship with his ex. Whilst Nate knows that Sophia is also getting divorced, he doesn’t know anything else about her past – something she is looking to keep private.

With an interfering young waitress, a keen gardener and Christmas festivities thrown in the mix – will they take the leap beyond friendship?

Available to buy from Amazon in Paperback, Audiobook and Kindle Edition.

Traction (The Driven World) by Dani Rene

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Haelee has been around cars most of her life, with her father showing her everything she knows from mechanics, driving and racing. Getting her chance to work with Colton Donovan and his racing team is a dream come true.

Kayden is unbeaten on the track, always focused on the road ahead. Whilst it might not have been the path his father would have preferred he did support his son. However, since he passed away three months ago, Kayden has to face stepping up as CEO of his father’s business or walking away.

Meeting properly for the first time after Haelee beats him on the track, Kayden does not make the best first impression. Forced together as he becomes her racing coach, they discover there is a fine line between love and hate. With neither of them having a history of relationships they attempt to navigate through dates, working together and pressures from the past and family.

Available to buy from Amazon in Kindle Edition.

Naughty or Nice by Alexis Winter

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Felicity has just graduated early and is heading back home for the holidays and until she is able to find a job. She’s pleased to hear that the boy next door, Carson, will be returning home for the holidays too. A long-held crush between the two of them, however, their friendship is too precious to cross the line.

Both single, Felicity manages to persuade Carson to one night of fun together after a striptease through their bedroom windows. However, as soon as he has a taste of her he isn’t sure that one night will be enough. Journeying back and forth between memories of their time growing up including missed opportunities and heartache.

A festive filled friends to lovers story that will have you laughing and crying along the way.

Available to buy from Amazon in Paperback and Kindle Edition.

The President’s Assistant by Mia Faye

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Harper’s day isn’t going very well after walking in on her long-term boyfriend cheating on her. She heads home to find that her internship for the Senator has been terminated. Instead of wallowing at home, she heads out to her friend’s new club in an attempt to forget everything. Luckily Asher introduces her to a local Congressman who is looking for a new assistant. Inviting her for an interview the following day, however, it does not go well with Reid rubbing her up the wrong way earning him a piece of her mind. Making a lasting impression on him he calls later that night to meet her at the club.

Demanding that she goes and wait in his car as she is well on the way to being drunk. They banter back and forth in the car and end up having sex before he offers her the job. They hook up again, however, he later decides it’s best to keep their relationship professional. Weeks later Harper discovers she is pregnant and Reid convinces her the best thing is to get married as this would help his path to the White House. Sadly, they are subjected to scandals and falsehoods in the press which takes its toll on Harper’s pregnancy.

A pull on the heartstrings during this rollercoaster of a relationship. Giving an insight into life in front of the press.

The Boss’s Daughter (Bossed By The Billionaire Book 1) by Kelli Walker

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Preston has spent most of his life following in his father’s footsteps. Learning as much from him as possible, so when he passed away two years ago he didn’t hesitate to step into his role as co-owner of Archibald-Weatherford Wealth Management. Working on a merger with another firm Preston is surprised to learn that he’ll be babysitting the boss’s daughter.

Serena is looking to complete her internship at her father’s firm ahead of qualifying and gaining a full-time position. She knows her own mind and is not afraid to speak it. Having spent childhood summers with Preston she hasn’t seen him for a number of years. So when they do lay eyes on each other the chemistry is thick and tension radiates in the air.

Bickering back and forth they press each other’s buttons until finally they crack and indulge in each other. Office romances are strictly forbidden but can they keep their fling a secret? What happens if her family find out about it?

One to have you laughing, cringing and crying in a workplace will they, won’t they scenario.

Unwrapping the Best Man by Rachael Stewart

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Caitlin fell in love with Jackson six years ago after she fell into his lap at his club in London. With a no-dating, the clients rule he has self-imposed she has more or less kept her distance. But now that they are the maid of honour and best man at their friend’s wedding in Scotland she is hoping that the rules don’t apply.

Convincing him to a wedding fling even though he insists that he isn’t good enough for her they embark on a night of passion. With his conscience catching up to him whilst Cait sleeps he leaves and they don’t speak for the rest of the trip or the four months following.

Dressed up as a naughty elf she ends up in his club with her friend. After getting drunk he takes her up to his flat to look after her. Feeling embarrassed the next morning, she has the talk about why he ran out on her four months ago. Sparking the passion between them. Following a couple of weeks of fun, but what happens when someone from Jackson’s past comes back to haunt him? Can he really walk away from Cait?

Available to buy from Amazon in Kindle Edition

The Billionaire’s Bodyguard: A Limitless Christmas Romance by Tamie Dearen

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Available to buy from Amazon in paperback and Kindle Edition.

That Summer by Jillian Dodd

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Chase the boy next door is returning home after three weeks at football training. Dani is excited to see him, it’s been too long without being able to see her best friend. As he arrives home she notices just how much he has changed – he got hot! With their families lifelong friends they spring a summer family vacation on the kids.

Although the prospect of three weeks by the lake with no technology doesn’t sound great, they soon find a way to have fun. Dani struggles with the boy she has been talking to back home, Hunter, who is never there for her phone calls. Whilst feeling jealous that Chase is speaking to a senior, Kelsey. Being best friends they have always been there for each other and kiss occasionally. However, during the vacation, they decide to take the leap beyond friendship.

But with Chase younger than Dani, is she ready to face reality when they return to school? Can they continue as friends/lovers? A cliffhanger ending which left me frustrated for the next instalment in their relationship.

Available to buy from Amazon in Kindle Edition.

A Royal Disaster by Jennifer Bonds

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Elena has been working hard to make a success of her East Village Art studio. Offering art classes and experiences to young and old. It’s a struggle financially but she loves creating and sharing art. A letter arrives notifying her that her ex is suing her for emotional distress has her wondering what she is going to do. With no money to pay him off or for a lawyer to fight. She opts to blow off steam painting in the courtyard behind the studio.

Liam is attempting to get away from the press having given his guards the slip. As Crown Prince of Valeria, his life is spent in front of the media. Just as he slips through a fence he is covered in purple paint and hit in the groin by the falling paint can. Elena doesn’t recognise who he is (which is refreshing for the prince) and after bantering about trespassing agrees to let him clean up in the studio.

Following their awkward meeting, the press has a field day with Elena, causing her to lose precious bookings. Looking to make it up to her and get his parents off his back about marriage he asks her to fake-date him for the month he is in New York. A series of disasters happen as Elena’s ‘Murphy’s Law” theory is put to the test. Along the way, things change from a business arrangement to something more.

Can they truly be together? How can the prince date a commoner? A happy ever after tale with references to the classic Pretty Woman film.

Available to buy from Amazon in Kindle Edition.

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