Review: “Home Sweet Mess” by Allison Ashley

Home Sweet Mess was such a wonderful read, with so much more under the surface than you realise. The story follows independent social worker Jeni Bishop and charming marketing manager Logan Davis as they go on this journey to falling in love and figuring things out.

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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: “Stop and Stare” by Katia Rose

Stumbling across Katia Rose on Instagram might be the best thing I’ve done this year. Because not only did I discover her entire backlist is brilliant, I learned that she’s got a full length queer story featuring lacrosse players coming out this month.

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Review: “A Fate of Wrath & Flame” by KA Tucker

I love the setting and everything that goes with this story. It’s a combination of present day New York setting and a fantasy world where gods, monsters and magic lurks in every corner. And once you get reading this book, you’re absolutely hooked and you’re going to be buried in this magical world.

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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: “Courage for Fools” by Monty Jay

You know what Monty Jay is really good at? Tugging on your heartstrings. Every book of hers that I’ve read so far has just blown me away. She writes incredible stories, with such complex characters who go on journeys that are relatable, but also so beautifully crafted.

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Review: “Nearly Wed” by Katie Frey

Katie Frey’s debut will captivate you right from the start. While you don’t need to read Nearly Late, the novella that introduces these characters, it’s definitely a good thing to get familiarized with them early on. These two stories follow strong women who’ve had cancer, fought the battle and won to come out on the other side and the love they find in the least expected places.

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