And in A Royal Disaster, Jennifer Bonds has created two such brilliant characters that you can’t help but love!
As you can imagine, a love story like this doesn’t just have a smooth journey. It spans decades and it goes through pain and struggles and loss and love and hurt. And that’s what makes it so beautiful.
If you like Jane Austen, snorting water out of your nose laughter, a great group of friends, a brilliant female lead and a broody alpha male lead – then See Me After Class is most definitely for you.
There’s a redemption ARC in this story which actually makes it more interesting than just being another popular girl falls for a nerd story. I really enjoyed the character growth and the incredible friendship in the story.
The writing is really easy and fast to read. I got through this book in two sittings and it made me smile and laugh and swoon all in equal measure. It’s my first Daniella Brodsky book, but I think I could get used to reading her style of writing for a while to come.
The details, the characters, the history, the constant angst – it all just made this book so damn good. I knew from the blurb that it was going to be an emotional rollercoaster, but I don’t think I expected it to be so much more than I bargained for.
“Flirting with 40” was a lighthearted, fun read. The characters were fun too, making you want to soak it all up at one go. Blakely and Slade’s chemistry was sweet, more than hot.
This slow burn, friends to lovers romance has a whole lot of heart, soul and love. I struggled through it at a point, but it’s still an incredible book. Weston and Annie are incredible characters with so much personality that it lights up the book from the first page onwards.
Brianna Stark has woven such an incredible world. All of these characters are perfect and their stories and their passion for dance and their love for everything dance is mind blowing.
“Inked” is a fast read, everything that you need to know about these characters is laid out simply and clearly and you find yourself getting very involved in their lives and their decisions.