Sunday, December 17, 2017

2 in 1 Novellas: Tease Me, Baby & It's Me Again, Baby by Katie Reus

Tease Me, Baby (KR Press, LLC; March 2017):  She never wanted perfection, but that’s what she finds.

Pastry chef, Fallon O’Connor is torn between her dreams and her obligations. Right before she reluctantly sets off for a degree she doesn’t want, she’s reeling from a mind-blowing encounter with Mr. Perfect. But one sexy, toe-curling kiss isn’t nearly enough when a Boy Scout like Sheriff Fulton lights her fire.

After one delectable taste, he’s never letting her go.

Brad Fulton would do anything for more time with Fallon. After all, he’s wanted a chance with her ever since she moved back to town. And just when things start to heat up, Fallon starts packing her bags—for a future without him. Now, it’s up to Brad to show Fallon that everything she’s ever wanted is right in Holly, North Carolina. But can Fallon trust her heart enough to stay?

Tease Me Baby is the second book in the O'Connor series.  This is Fallon's story.  She wants to leave her hometown to go to culinary school, but the sheriff in town is proving to be too tempting.  I really liked this one.  It's probably my favorite out of the series so far.   Brad and Fallon had great chemistry.  I loved how he was willing to go wherever she went if it meant they could be together and she could fulfill her dream.    This is definitely one to check out!

It's Me Again, Baby (KR Press, LLC; May2017):
She lost him once… 

Years ago Samantha made a mistake and lost a chance at something real with Maguire O’Connor. Now that she’s living in Holly again, she knows seeing him is inevitable. But the last thing she ever expected was to take him on as a client. 

Now they have a second chance… 

Maguire never got over Sam. Thanks to a meddling family member, he mistakenly hires Sam as his real estate agent. With her in his sights again, he’s not letting her go. But someone from her past followed her back to Holly with a sinister intent. Now Maguire will do whatever it takes to protect the woman he intends to claim as his forever. 

This one is probably my least favorite of the series.  Even though it's a second chance story, it felt too rushed.  The whole misunderstanding "clear up" scene was so quick  that if you blinked you would miss it.  They were only together for like two weeks before the misunderstanding so it's not like they really got to know each other enough for forever when they finally get back together.  I would have liked this one to be longer to get to know Maguire and Samantha more both apart and as a couple.  Still, it was an enjoyable, just not my favorite.

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