Heath and Ginny have such a fantastic friendship that turns into so much more. The chemistry there is sizzling and even though it takes them a while to really take the leap, that wait is so worth it.
There’s a redemption ARC in this story which actually makes it more interesting than just being another popular girl falls for a nerd story. I really enjoyed the character growth and the incredible friendship in the story.
Liza Jonathan has created such an incredible world of magic with amazing characters.
What happens when you bring the Montagues and Capulets into modern day New York City? This glorious book that follows two estranged families that were once best friends and shared a business.
It’s a powerful book about letting go of the things that are holding you back and taking control of your life to find yourself. It’s about trusting in yourself and giving yourself a chance to love and be loved in return. It’s about being true to who you are and not letting anyone else bring you down.
And to close out this absolutely epic series, Kennedy L. Mitchell has delivered one hell of a book. Power Term will leave you breathless and absolutely stressed the whole way through, it will also make you giggle and gasp, but mostly, it will make you root and wait with bated breath for Trey and Randi to be back in each other’s arms.
It’s filled with small town drama, warm family feels and pain that can only be expressed in tears. Lenore and Jesse are a treat, but also so complicated.
The details, the characters, the history, the constant angst – it all just made this book so damn good. I knew from the blurb that it was going to be an emotional rollercoaster, but I don’t think I expected it to be so much more than I bargained for.
In true Teagan Hunter style, you are treated to an absolutely hilarious, entertaining and deliciously sexy romantic comedy in Loathe Thy Neighbor.