Review: “Friends with Benedicts” by Staci Hart

This book was packed with so many of my favourite things – single parent, summer flings, second chance romance, great supporting characters and of course, a small town. There was also a deeper message in Friends with Benedicts, that really made the book altogether a wonderful read!

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Review: “Grumpy Cowboy” by Max Monroe

Grumpy Cowboy is the third in the Single Dad collection and if you know me at all, know that I love the single parent trope and would read every single book that fulfilled that trope. But they tossed in enemies to lovers, grump and sunshine, cowboy and city girl, slow burning in a small town and even added their famous brand of humour.

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Review: “Crave Thy Neighbor” by Teagan Hunter

Teagan Hunter’s Roommate Romps series gives me life! It started with Dean and River and then we got Caroline and Cooper and now we’re finally getting to Maya’s story. Right from the moment we met Maya in River’s book, I was ready for her to find love.

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Review: “When the Storm Breaks” by Emery Rose

When I first met Brody McCallister in When the Stars Fall, I was instantly in love with him. He was the kind of secondary character that you don’t intend to grow attached to, but then become more concerned with their well being than anyone else’s.

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Review: “Blind Pass” by Monty Jay

It’s why you fall in love with Emerson, because this is his redemption story, this is his chance to show the readers and everyone else that he’s not just an addict who found ways to mess everything up for everyone else.

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Review: “Hawk” by Kat Savage

Hawk was such a pleasant and quick read for me! You’ve got a young hotshot tattoo artist and shop owner who meets a single mother that is far from the usual kind of woman he meets and they fall in love. How can you not love that?

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Review: “Return to Us” by Corinne Michaels

Her stories are so beautifully crafted, her characters are well thought out and complex and her plots are so captivating. I was hooked to Jessica and Grayson’s story from the minute we’re introduced to them and I loved watching them fall in love too.

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Review: “Hot Stuff” by Max Monroe

Lauren and Garrett are cute, adorable and hilarious together. And they’re also incredibly hot, sexy and steamy together too. I devoured this book in one sitting, because I do that with every Max Monroe book and because I didn’t want to waste any time getting to experience Garrett’s love. This is exactly what I wanted and needed right now and as always, Max Monroe delivered.

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Review: “Crashing East” by Aly Stiles

Aly Stiles continues to slay this series and there wasn’t a single dry eye as this book was being devoured. I just want everyone to know that I haven’t cried this hard while reading a book in a really long time. All my heartstrings, Aly Stiles tugged on it.

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