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.
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.
Don’t Mind if ‘I Do’ is a marriage of convenience, enemies to lovers, second chance romance that features two characters from different worlds being forced back together to make their lives better and easier.
Prepare to have your heart wrenched out and tossed around before stuffing it back in your chest. Mika Jolie has woven such a beautiful story about a couple struggling through the hardest part of their marriage.
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.
It’s heart-wrenching and it digs into your soul. Stealing Home is a book that will make you cry, make you fall in love all over again and make you hurt everywhere. And that’s what makes it such a special book.
Kayley Loring is a wizard with words and storytelling, so it’s absolutely no surprise that this book was brilliant! If you, like me, read and loved A Very Bossy Christmas, then you’ve been not so patiently waiting to read all about Eddie and Birdie’s exploits.
Ugh, guys, I love best friends to lovers romances because those are just so deeply rooted in their friendship and their long lasting power of being friends. And that’s exactly what defines Coy and Bellamy.
It’s fun, cute, sexy and the perfect break from all this monotony in our lives thanks to the pandemic.
Coralee June sucked me in right from the start. Also, it’s important to note that this is just the first part in a duet, so there’s a bit of a cliffhanger with lots of unanswered questions.