Author: Kelsie Leverich

Read It, Track It – Pretending She’s His by Kelsie Leverich

Posted January 8, 2015 by Jennifer in Book Review | | 0 Comments

Read It, Track It – Pretending She’s His by Kelsie LeverichPretending She’s His by Kelsie Leverich
Series: Hard Feelings #2.5
Published by Inter Mix on 11-19-2013
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Source: Purchased
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three-half-stars

Eva Riley is the maid of honor at her best friend’s wedding and it just so happens that her ex is the best man. Eva’s a straight shooter and definitely not the damsel-in-distress type. But with her pride on the line and her ex’s heart on his sleeve, there might not be enough champagne in the world to get her through this weekend…

Trevor Owens may be one hell of a good friend to Eva, but he’s always wanted to get the fiery redhead between the sheets. So he swoops in and offers a solution to her ex problem: they can pretend to be together—just for the weekend. But when their little game of make-believe is over, will they be able to tell what’s real and what’s only pretend?

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Read It, Track It  is a  way for me to track books for my reading challenges and they will be super short.
 

PRETENDING SHE’S HIS is a sexy and emotional packed romp between friends that turns into lovers. I highly recommend it to fans of the trope.

 

 

About Kelsie Leverich

Kelsie Leverich grew up in the small town of St. Joseph Illinois before getting married and following her husband from one Army post to another. After eight years, they finally settled down in Avon, Indiana with two adorable knuckleheads that are better known as her kids. Kelsie’s life revolves around her family (to include two dogs and a cat) and most of the time, actually all of the time, it’s a crazy mess—but that’s the way she loves it! When Kelsie’s not writing, you can usually find her snuggling on the couch with her kids and a good book or out on the lake with family and friends. Kelsie is not a morning person, has a soft spot for animals, loves musicals, hates seafood, and thinks laundry is the source of all evil.

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Sexy Dancer Meets Alpha Solider in A Beautiful Distraction by Kelsie Leverich

Sexy Dancer Meets Alpha Solider in A Beautiful Distraction by Kelsie Leverich

Posted November 12, 2014 by Jennifer in Book Review | 4 Comments

    First Impression: I love the team of author, Kelsie Leverich and narrator, Abby Craden. Leverich writes great heroines and alphas and Craden brings those characters to life in a raw and sexual manner. What I liked: Usually in romances one of the characters within the couple is broken but in A BEAUTIFUL DISTRACTION both Fallon and Rafe are broken and dealing with their past. Fallon’s pass is heart breaking it was great to see her handle it with strength and allow the people closet to her in to help when she needed it. Rafe was so sexy, strong and heart touching with the drama he was dealing with from his past. Fall and Rafe really were made for each other and what started out […]


Review: Feel the Rush by Kelsie Leverich

Review: Feel the Rush by Kelsie Leverich

Posted March 25, 2014 by Jennifer in Book Review | 4 Comments

  First Impression: Heart breaking romance with a satisfying HEA . The Narration: While I enjoyed Abby Craden’s narration of The Valentine’s Arrangement I had to stop listening to the audio after a few chapters and switch over to the ebook. Why? Her voice for Reed wasn’t doing it for me. Craden does not do southern accents well and that’s one pet peeve  I have since I’m a southern girl. It just took me out of the story too much. What I liked: What was a one night stand several years ago turns into a HEA. Meg and Reed had one hot night about 7 years ago. Then when Meg takes a chance in order to get a fresh start by moving with her room mate to a […]


Audio Review: The Valentine’s Arrangement by Kelsie Leverich

Audio Review: The Valentine’s Arrangement by Kelsie Leverich

Posted February 8, 2014 by Jennifer in Book Review | 2 Comments

I’ve been on a contemporary kick lately to help me get over my Urban Fantasy burn out. I saw The Valentine’s Arrangement up for review over at Audiojukebox.com and thought it would be a prefect listen for the VA-VA-Voom read-a-thon. Also I’ve only read one book/series so far that focused around a tattoo artist, The Asylum Tales by Jocelynn Drake (which is UF) so I thought I’d try out a contemporary listen to see if I enjoyed it. The Valentine’s Arrangement had great leading lady. Ronnie is a tough as nails chick that has built up walls around her heart after it being broken by her ex-fiancé who happens to be a soldier. She has a hardcore rule of not dating, especially soldiers. That’s when […]