Every now and then you stumble across an author who has a magical way of sucking you into her stories without trying very hard. And in 2021, that person is Elsie Silver.
Noah joins a long list of amazing book boyfriends, because he was such a treat.
I love that Carrie Aarons can write a wide variety of characters ranging from college students to single parents and sexy professional baseball players and keep you hooked from the first page.
It takes a certain kind of author to write funny and angsty stories in one book. And that author is Kristen Granata. I don’t know how she does it, and it doesn’t matter how she does, because she does it beautifully. And that is exactly what she did with Someone You Love, her new standalone.
he Cheat Sheet is Sarah’s newest addition to her series of fantastic romantic comedies. One of my favorite things about Sarah’s stories is how relatable her heroines are. They’re beautiful, charming and hilarious, but we can all see a little bit of ourselves in them.
Sometimes you stumble across a book on NetGalley, not knowing what you’re going to get when you start and then suddenly you’re crying and feeling all the feels and falling in love with characters you’ve never met before and adding previous books in the series to your TBR and your Kindle because you just need more!
I’m sad that we’ve reached the end of these romps! I have loved these characters, their friendships and all of their romps. And the last in the series is loaded with lots of great tropes, which made it a fun read.
Every so often, you come across a book that makes you feel so much that by the end of it you’re a sobbing mess. And that’s exactly what The Last Kiss will do to you.
Jenny Bunting is the queen of funny, heartfelt, sexy and steamy stories. Every single one of her books has had me laughing, swooning and fanning myself all at the same time.
Elliot Andrews’ romance debut is the first book I’ve read that talks about the pandemic and its existence! I love that. I know that we all want to forget about the pandemic and how it’s affected our lives, but Elliot weaves it into his story seamlessly and it makes sense given the journey that our hero goes through to get to the end of the book.