Series: New York Saints

Review: Lawless in Leather – Melanie Scott

Review: Lawless in Leather – Melanie Scott

Lawless in Leather is my favorite New York Saints story! Mal and Raina were both awesome, flawed but willing to walk the walk to make a relationship possible! My Lawless in Leather review: I was impatient about Mal and Raina’s story! Especially Mal, because he has been quite mysterious and withdrawn in both The Devil in Denim and Angel in Armani. Getting to know the security chief better in Lawless in Leather, and see how little he enjoyed the fact that Alex wanted cheerleaders for the baseball team was really great! Raina was an excellent character strong-minded, independent, and proud of her burlesque club. Mal didn’t want to like her at all, but he couldn’t help himself once he saw […]

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Review: Angel in Armani – Melanie Scott

Review: Angel in Armani – Melanie Scott

Angel in Armani is the delightful second instalment in the New York Saints series, in which Sara, the helicopter pilot tries as hard as she can not to fall in love with Dr. Angelo. My Angel in Armani review: Between the funny female heli pilot and the hot doctor slash part owner of the New York Saints, Angel in Armani was both fun and hot, and included characters from The Devil in Denim to my pleasure. Sara and her father’s company was having a lot of financial trouble, but one guy wasn’t really going to change that, or was he? The politics of baseball was on the forefront in Angel in Armani, but the human relationships, and especially the fragile […]

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Review: The Devil in Denim – Melanie Scott

Review: The Devil in Denim – Melanie Scott

Fun, hot, filled with intrigue and complications, The Devil in Denim is a sporty contemporary romance with some awesome characters. My The Devil in Denim review: I fell in love with Alex from the moment he first showed up in the bar where Maggie was trying to drown all her sorrows in tequila. Even if he was the cause of her anger and heartache, his reaction to everything she threw at him was so great, I just swooned and almost let my kindle slip out from between my hands. Maggie had just had the day from hell, and it truly didn’t help her when Alex showed up while she was trying to get rid of every single memory of that […]

Posted 18 September, 2014 by Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms in Reviews / 7 Comments
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