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Book Review: Mourning Wood by Heather M. Ogreron

Mourning Wood by Heather M. Orgeron
Mourning Wood by Heather M. Orgeron
Mourning Wood by Heather M. Orgeron
Mourning Wood by Heather M. Orgeron

Title: Mourning Wood
Author: Heather M. Orgeron
Genre: Romantic Comedy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The clever name appeals. The book is pretty great, too, though.

Whitney and Wyatt have a past. It included a steamy tryst by a dumpster in an alley a couple of years ago. After a renovation at their funeral home goes sideways, and much to Whit’s unamusement, Wyatt is the solution her best friend has to her problems. Whit would rather die in a dumpster than see the sexy man again, but she can’t get rid of him when her dad signs a contract with him to do the work.

Did I mention how much the clever name appeals to me? It is perfect. Kudos, Heather M. Orgeron, you rock at this title thing.

I adored this story. While Whitney and Wyatt are plenty entertaining alone, Prissy, Whit’s daughter, steals the show. I consider this a Rom-Com solely due to Priss. The love story itself is sweet, sexy, steamy, and satisfying, but all the hilarity is because of the six-year-old goth-girl-in-the-making with a collection of glass eyeballs.

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New Release: Take Two by Heather M. Orgeron

Take Two by Heather M. Orgeron
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Title: Take Two
Author: Heather M. Orgeron
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: 19 March 2020


Who says you can’t marry the same mistake twice?

Certainly not Nya Perez…because that’s precisely what she’s done.

Liam Watts is the bane of her existence.
Her first love. Father of her child. And breaker of her heart.

Oh, he’s also her ex-husband. Well, he was, anyway…right up til this morning, when she woke up beside him in a Vegas hotel room, sheathed in satin and tulle with a sinking feeling in the pit of her stomach.

If it were just between the two of them, an annulment would be the obvious solution. After all, they wouldn’t be the first to marry and divorce at the little white chapel in the span of twenty-four hours.

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