Review: Man Candy by Jessica Lemmon

★★★★ Becca doesn’t have a very fulfilling life. No one, especially her brother, appreciates her work or recognizes her value, so it’s not that hard to want to be with someone who’s on her side for the first time ever. Even if he is just a mere stranger who’s staying at one of her brother’s…

Review: Arm candy by Jessica Lemmon

★★★★★ Davis has two habits: only dates blondes and always goes to McGreevy’s Pub to drink a Sam Adams so he can secretly keep an eye on the redhead bartender.  She’s different from the women he usually dates and he can’t decide if he likes it or hates it. Grace can’t deny Davis’ presence in…

Review: Eye candy by Jessica Lemmon

★★★★★ Jacqueline Butler divorced three years ago and since then has refused to date. But there’s this guy she’s interested in and she doesn’t know how to make him notice her. Leave it to her best friend to help her. Unlike Jacqueline, Vince Carson has had a fair amount of dates since his marriage went…

Review: The bastard billionaire by Jessica Lemmon

★★★★★ I have to say, this book is my favorite one from the series and Jessica just outdid herself with Eli’s character. Eli is back from Afghanistan after losing one limb and two close friends in war but, against his brothers’ wishes, has no desire to work at Crane Hotels (the family business). So when…

Review: The billionaire next door by Jessica Lemmon

★★★★ This book is really similar to The Billionaire Bachelor. This one is about Reese’s younger brother, Taggart Crane, or Tag as everyone calls him. Tag is the funniest brother but also the less intense of them all with no worries in the world with a position at Crane Hotels as the responsible for Guest…

Review: The billionaire bachelor by Jessica Lemmon

★★★★★ Merina can’t believe her ears when her mother tells her that the thing in her life she loved the most, her family’s hotel, was sold to Alexander Crane. Better yet, she couldn’t believe when they said that the hotel was now in Alexander’s son’s hands, Reese Crane. Now, she sees her and her parent’s…