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: “My Vegas Groom” by Piper Rayne

Ah, the Greene family. They’re so much fun and so much drama and so entertaining. We’ve already experienced the awesomeness of Cade and Adam, now we finally get our first Greene sister and Nikki is truly the best way to start.

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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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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: “My Almost Ex” by Piper Rayne

Piper Rayne have created such an amazing family with the Greene family and this series is going to be so much fun! While the first book in the series was interesting and we really got to meet all of the kids and see how the family fit into their small Alaskan town of Sunrise Bay, it’s My Almost Ex that sort of helps you feel more for these characters.

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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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