I loved the sound of the blurb and the premise, I enjoyed knowing that two strangers meet and connect, but then don’t see each other again for a while. But I didn’t like the way the story was told.
Noah joins a long list of amazing book boyfriends, because he was such a treat.
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.
I think there needs to be a genre that is specifically designated for Kandi Steiner’s books, because this one was absolutely beautiful. Kandi is a master weaver when it comes to telling stories that hook you right from the start and Say Yes was no different.
Mila Nicks has a knack for making me fall in love with her characters and stories without even trying that hard. And For Vacation Only is no exception.
What I Like About You is a second chance, best friends to enemies to lovers romance that will take you on a fantastical ride.
The Start of Someday is such a perfect novella set over the course of Christmas and into the New Year. We get to meet two incredibly compatible characters with wild sexual chemistry and other kinds of chemistry too and watch their relationship unfold.
Because of their friendship and their relationship for so many years, the rapport and banter and chemistry between Hazel and Crew is spectacular.
In Holiday With You, they combine so many great tropes into a happy, fluffy Christmas story that will make you happy and fall in love with all these characters too!
Ava Lucie and Luke London are truly the most incredible friends ever and I love that despite his feelings for Ava since the day they met, he’s never acted on it.