In her visually stunning debut, Elena Armas delivers a story that has some of the best tropes in romance and she spins a tale that is so addictive that you’ll stay up till 2am reading even though you’ve got a long day of work ahead of you the next day.
Sugarloaf Ridge Secrets is a small town romance with a little bit of suspense and a whole lot of awesomeness. Plus, it’s set in a small town in Australia!
I loved the slow burn and the relationship these two built. It was so good to just have them become friends and work their way to that first kiss and touch and then so much more.
My god, this book. This duet. This everything. I don’t know if my review will do this book justice, though. And before I get started, please note that you have to read the first part of this duet, because the second book picks up where that one leaves off and there’s a lot of information that you’re going to need going into this gritty romance.
I loved how quirky and funny this book was, but also had a lot of heart! Stina Lindenblatt is a new to me author, but I enjoyed this one enough that I’m going to put her on my list of authors to check out throughout the course of the year.
What I Like About You is a second chance, best friends to enemies to lovers romance that will take you on a fantastical ride.
Oh boy, My One and Only is probably the steamiest book I’ve read in a really long time. Have bottles of water on hand and a fan too, because Tess and Liam will set your Kindle on fire.
I’m all about contemporary romances by women of colour about women of colour and in Swait M. H’s debut Kismet in the Sky, we go on a journey with Avni and her relationship with Clark.
Whatever You Need combines romantic comedy with romantic suspense and a whole heap of so much more. It keeps you hooked with the interesting twists and turns and life choices these two characters must make.
It was cute, fluffy and a really quick read. Let It Be Me is a story of second chances and giving yourself the opportunity to enjoy the little things.