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.
Are you ready to have your mind blown? Because that’s what Jen Trinh does in the third book of her famous Burlfriends series.
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.
Coming across this series was a gift, because I am obsessed with all things space, NASA, astronauts and contemporary romances featuring gorgeous badass women and sexy handsome men. And to find a series filled with all of that and more is perfection.
I am always in awe of authors who can create brilliantly hilarious banter in any setting, and in Never Got Over You, S.L Scott delivers. I spent the first half of the book just chuckling and squealing because you guys…Natalie and Nick are so freaking brilliant together.
This second chance, angsty romance was nothing like I expected it to be. What happens when you leave behind the love of your life and then pour all of that love into a book that becomes a bestseller? You deal with the consequences of the book.
Ugh, Carrie Aarons. You almost broke me with this book, but I absolutely loved everything about it. It’s such a refreshing set of characters with a fantastic relationship and proof that friendship always comes first, no matter what.
I absolutely love C.G’s style of writing and I love how much effort went into Eden and Beck, as well as all the supporting characters. The attention to those details really makes a book even better than it is.
In true Teagan Hunter style, you are treated to an absolutely hilarious, entertaining and deliciously sexy romantic comedy in Loathe Thy Neighbor.
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.