feel like Book Boyfriend is more a story about friendships and the connections you make with people, about finding your courage and strength and trusting yourself to do something that is scary and terrifying.
Maddox and Alyssa’s story might just be my favourite of the Blairwood University series. While I haven’t read the first two yet (it’s on my list), I have loved all of these characters through the other stories. But this book ticked all my boxes and I loved everything about this story so much!
If you’re looking for a quick, fun and sexy read featuring two best friends who fall in love and have to go through the motions of figuring out what that means, then The Friendship Contract is for you.
Kaye Rockwell’s debut shook me to my core in all the right ways. Glad You Exist is a young adult contemporary romance and while it tackles all of the teenage woes of being in love with your best friend, dealing with friendships and straddling the line of being a good daughter and a good friend; this book also tackles some really heavy topics.
I always told myself that I didn’t enjoy the really slow burn romances, but there’s something about the way B. Celeste writes that complete captivates me.
This best friends to lovers, surprise pregnancy was a breath of fresh air! I absolutely enjoyed watching these two go through the motions of being friends and soon-to-be parents in a completely unique way.
Ever since Lena introduced us to the Chikalu gang, I’ve been looking forward to Cole Decker’s story. We’ve gotten glimpses of him and Maggie over the past two books, so we know that there’s something interesting going on there, so to finally have an entire book dedicated to their bickering and bantering and their secret love for each other was so wonderful.
First thing, Katia Rose writes such beautiful stories. It’s not only the characters that captivate you, it’s the way she writes these stories. It feels personal and you also feel like you know these characters so deeply. And this soft sapphic romance was exactly what the doctor ordered for my slow week.
Mila Nicks joins the Oak Bend gang with a single parent, second chance romance that made me feel the feels. I’ve always enjoyed reading Mila Nicks and this one was no exception. It was a quick, fun read filled with giggles thanks to an adorable little girl and a wonderful small town.
Ever since I read Stirred, I’ve been looking forward to reading and meeting the rest of the Twisted Fox crew. Sadly, I didn’t get around to doing that before reading this book, but that doesn’t matter! The only thing you’re going to be spoiled for are the couples that get together, but even that is not the end of the world.