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Saturday, July 14, 2012

My Review of Lyrics and Lust (Spice It Up Series) by Jennifer Labelle




BLURB: 
Meagan Morales hits a rough patch in life, and in love. Moving to a new city with the help of her cousin, she feels like the fifth wheel once Nathan welcomes her into his home. You see, Nathan not only has a newly-wed wife but two lovers who live there with them, making Meagan worry that she’s intruding.

She gains new friends, employment, and surprises herself when she opens up to the very sexy, Mr. Lyric Cooper, but danger lurks in the shadows and she may need to risk her heart again to survive it.

Lyric Cooper lives for music. He’s got a successful business, his own band, and a regular audience. Lucky in life, but unlucky in love, Meagan suddenly walks into his bar and he knows she’s something special. Now if he can only convince her to think the same about himself...

MY REVIEW:
This latest installment in the Spice It Up series by Jennifer Labelle is my absolute favorite in the series so far. Unlike many series, Ms. Labelle keeps all the characters from past books active, and I mean VERY active! I really like that – a lot! I get to catch up with the older characters while learning about new ones.

Meagan is a great new character too. As I reader, I instantly rooted for her, wanted for her… She’s a very sweet addition to a really, scorching hot storyline. And, Mr. Lyric Cooper, well, *sighs* is all I can get out about him. LOL

I always say that Mrs. Labelle is one of my favorite emotional writers. Her characters carry such depth to them, and this story is one of her top achievements in that aspect. I read it in one sitting. I challenge you to do the same.

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