I feel like of all the Greene siblings, I’ve barely paid attention to Mandi before. Not for anything else but the fact that in the previous seven books, I can’t remember her making too big of an appearance. So it was great to see her in this one and to fully see her for who she is—caring, generous and selfless.
Meisha Gladney’s debut is a fun new adult story about going on the journey to finding yourself and letting music guide the way. While it is a romance, it’s important to know that the romance is secondary, this story is about Danielle’s discovery of herself.
Summer Hate is a novella part of a multi-author series set at the Mountain Ridge Resort in Virginia. And Melissa Iver’s story is a quick, hot, fun one. It’s got the perfect balance of romance, steam and fantastic banter that I’ve come to associate with Melissa’s writing.
But on the whole, Not Betting on Forever was a quick and fun read, it’s my first by Natasha Moore, but definitely got me curious about the others. It’s also the second in a series, but I don’t think you need to read the first book to fully grasp this one.
Tinkering With Love had a really interesting premise and the setting of the first half of the book was so much fun.
Catrin and Zeke have a grump x sunshine and an enemies to lovers to benefits relationship, which is always fun. I’m not sure if their reasons for being ‘enemies’ was valid, but I enjoyed the enemies with benefits part of it, because that felt more fun and believable.
Unlike a lot of people, I actually enjoyed Rushed and fell in love with the world that Tanner, Maverick and Blake come from. But this book didn’t have the same feeling. I liked the tropes and I loved the setting of Montana, but something was missing.
Beauty in the Details takes place in Nantucket, a part of the world I’ve only ever seen in pictures and I’ve always been fascinated by. So to spend time there through this book was a treat.
one. There were definitely parts that I did like, but there were also some choices that I didn’t.
feel like Book Boyfriend is more a story about friendships and the connections you make with people, about finding your courage and strength and trusting yourself to do something that is scary and terrifying.