I have been enjoying Karen Booth’s Never Too Late series because all the books follow characters above the age of 40 finding themselves, finding love and a second chance at life. And that’s really special.
This book was such a treat. Not only did I not read the blurb to remind myself of what the book was about before I started, but I also decided not to read any reviews either. And I’m so glad. Because I enjoyed this book so much more than I thought I would and having read some of the reviews now, I’m glad I didn’t let those change my thoughts about the book.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Don’t Date Your Roommate is a quick, cute romance featuring very beautiful people and giving into your base instincts to just enjoy each other as much as possible.
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.
My feelings are shattered. I am shattered. This book will break you, build you back up and break you again before it all comes into focus. It’s so beautiful. The story of Charlotte and Malakai will leave your breathless and wanting more from start to finish.
It’s not just their relationship and romance that won me over, the characters on their own are brilliant.