It’s a book about going after what you want, loving who you want and still being able to support those closest to you. Falling Like Stars tells stories within stories and you’re given a chance to fall in love with every single person in the book.
I would like to start by saying that Hollis Hudson is officially my favourite of the three kings. River and Crew are great, no doubt about it, but Hollis? The man has layers and secrets and confidence and just everything. He’s also just a brilliant character, on the whole, and he made me feel all kinds of things.
Personal Foul is a light, low angst, fluffy romance. I did go in thinking I’d get lots of conflict and angst, but in a way, it was a nice break from all the other angst I was indulging in.
The tension is high in this book! I definitely loved how the story was crafted and how you’re kept waiting for the big reveal.
Because of their friendship and their relationship for so many years, the rapport and banter and chemistry between Hazel and Crew is spectacular.
Love Thy Neighbor has Teagan Hunter’s brand of humour, quirky characters, strong bonds of friendship, beautiful relationships and a whole lot of incredibly well written, beautifully crafted and very hot steam.
I’ve been waiting for Noah’s book since we met Ryan and Harper, but I didn’t see this coming. Noah is officially my favourite of the quartet and his story is just so spectacular. I mean, I was obsessed with Jace and Millie, but Noah and Chloe. Oof, brace yourselves.
It’s not just the details of the place these characters inhabit, it’s the little details that stick with you. There’s food, wine, clothes, weather and moods – and Jessica Peterson nails every single minute of this book with precision and magic.
It’s not just your average second chance romance, it’s not simple or cute, it’s all kinds of chaos, painful and strangely beautiful.
It’s fun, cute, sexy and the perfect break from all this monotony in our lives thanks to the pandemic.