Home Sweet Mess was such a wonderful read, with so much more under the surface than you realise. The story follows independent social worker Jeni Bishop and charming marketing manager Logan Davis as they go on this journey to falling in love and figuring things out.
The Aviatrix was such a treat! It’s a historical romance that is 100% about women empowerment. And Violet Marsh did such a wonderful job crafting this world, the characters and this story.
I loved the premise when I requested it on Netgalley, but I did not expect to love this story as much as I did. From the characters to the setting, the details and the steam – Yes & I Love You delivered such a beautiful story about just trusting in yourself to achieve the best the world has to offer.
You know who does small town romances well? Adriana Locke. And with this new series, you know you’re in for a big treat! And when combined with some of the best tropes, Like You Love Me is everything that you could ever ask for.
While it’s a marriage-in-crisis romance, it’s also a second chance romance. Because Freya and Aiden are giving each other a second chance. Just without all the distance and years apart from each other. Ever After Always is about love and about finding your soulmate, but it’s also about finding yourself.
It’s not just their relationship and romance that won me over, the characters on their own are brilliant.
Gosh, this book. It might just be my favourite of all the Timber Falls books so far and we’ve got more coming!
Rae Kennedy weaves a story so addictive that once you start, you cannot bring yourself to put the book down.
I did adore this book and while it took me some time to really get invested in it, I found myself cheering Jamie on as she got all the way to the end.
It had all the makings of a smart, sexy, funny book filled with strong female friendships, smart women in kickass jobs and men who you couldn’t help but swoon over.