Sonia Esperanza excels at writing soft alpha males that will have you captivated from the word go and Samuel Rivera is no different.
I refuse to accept that this is the last Callahan Family book, because I feel like they’ve become such a big part of my life and I’m not ready to let them go! And what a journey this family has been on from picking up the pieces of a broken baseball franchise to having some of the best players in the league to falling in love in places you don’t expect.
Man, how do Piper Rayne do this every single time? I’ve been so excited for Ford’s book and they did not disappoint! At first, I thought this was the end of the Hockey Hotties, but we’re getting three more books, so I’m not that sad anymore.
Sajni Patel is slowly becoming a favourite. Between creating a world that I’m familiar with in a new way and writing characters that are so real and wonderful, her stories have captivated me.
When K. Bromberg announced that Finn Sanderson was getting his own book, I was excited. If you’ve read the rest of the Play Hard series, then you’ve met Finn. He’s always been the instigator, the guy that pisses everyone off and broke Chase Kincade’s heart. I never thought of Finn as being the hero of a love story.
Jen Morris’ Love in the City series is something truly special. What started with Alex making an impromptu plan to visit New York and then finding love has now turned into all of us falling in love with every other character mentioned in these books. And now in the third installment of the series, we see Harriet going on a journey to find herself while also finding love in the unlikeliest of places!
Skye writes LGBTQIA+ characters with great finesse and she ensures that their stories are told in the most real and honest ways possible. You can feel their struggles and their fight while on the journey to being comfortable with themselves, to accepting who they are at every step of the way.
I absolutely love Jenna Hartley’s stories of love, because they give you the warm and fuzzies, while also making you sweat. And while I’ve been waiting for Harper’s story, I am so giddy with love for Feels Like Love, especially since we do get to see Harper in this, even if she’s not the main character in the book.
I can safely say this is my first ever Western Romance, because I’ve been going around telling everyone that I’m reading a historical cowboy romance and I happily forgot that this subgenre exists. But, I digress. This book was such a rush! I loved so much of it and being introduced to an outlaw who wants to retire and just take a break from being an outlaw? That is a treat in itself.
K.K. Allen knocked it out of the park with Fated. The book picks up right where the first in the trilogy leaves off and we’re tossed back into the world where everyone is on edge and there is danger lurking in all the corners of their little town.