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: “The Denial Game” by Amy Alves

So then we got The Denial Game, which is just so wonderful. I loved every minute of this story and I absolutely and completely loved Lauren and Taylor. And I loved how we finally got all our questions (yes, I know you had questions too!) about Lauren’s life and why she ended up in Landry answered. Plus, Lauren and Taylor. Guys, this book is funny, sexy, smart and so so hot.

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Review: “Inevitable” by Jenna Hartley

Ah, Jenna Hartley, you write such a great romance! And another age gap romance, which only makes it that much more enticing. Inevitable is an angsty, workplace, dad’s best friend, age gap and forbidden romance that will leave you panting for more and wishing for your own Jonathan.

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Review: “Earn Your Extra Credit” by Meghan Quinn

I have been obsessed with Romeo and Stella since we met them in See Me After Class. They were always being so cute and flirty in the background of Arlo and Greer’s story and when Meghan finally announced this book, I was beyond thrilled. Because honestly, Romeo and Stella are probably my favourite pairing from this series.

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Review: “Under Pressure” by Allie Winters

Mia and Tyler are complete opposites. While their end goal might be the same thing, they don’t have a whole lot in common. But thanks to their professor pairing them up for a study, they have no choice but to work together to complete this.

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Review: “Yes & I Love You” by Roni Loren

I loved the premise when I requested it on Netgalley, but I did not expect to love this story as much as I did. From the characters to the setting, the details and the steam – Yes & I Love You delivered such a beautiful story about just trusting in yourself to achieve the best the world has to offer.

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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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