If you’ve read the first three books in this series, then you already know what you’re in for with Ana Huang’s storytelling. It’s epic and intense, it’s sexy and beautiful, there’s some danger and there’s some badassery.
Catrin and Zeke have a grump x sunshine and an enemies to lovers to benefits relationship, which is always fun. I’m not sure if their reasons for being ‘enemies’ was valid, but I enjoyed the enemies with benefits part of it, because that felt more fun and believable.
Sara L. Hudson is definitely awesome at writing laugh out loud rom-coms and A Little Moore Action is no different. While the book took a little time for me to really get into, once Campbell and Chase met, everything fell into place really well. There was so much to love about this book—the two fantastic leads, a hairless cat, the humour and of course all the drama!
Because between Stacy’s fantastic writing, the characters that she’s created and the world that we get to experience, No Match For Her was everything I didn’t know I needed in my life. All the books can be read as a standalone and even though I haven’t met any of the Finley siblings till this point, I felt like I knew them personally already.
I am absolutely obsessed with the way Violet Marsh tells her story. When I read The Aviatrix last year, I was totally sold on the idea of a different kind of historical romance that featured women who went above and beyond what was expected of them in that time period.
I’m not the biggest fan of Romeo & Juliet when it comes to Shakespeare’s works, but this modern retelling was so wonderful that you forget entirely about the classic that it takes some inspiration from.
I really loved and enjoyed The Bet when it came out earlier this year and even then, I think I’d already decided that Flynn was my favourite Winslow brother and once I read this book, I knew I was right in thinking that. Because he’s such a big change from Max Monroe’s usual heroes and I loved him so hard.
Everything about the way How to Survive a Modern-Day Fairy Tale sounded, it was right up my alley, but I didn’t enjoy it as much as I hoped.
There’s just something about Clara Elroy’s writing that sucks you into the story from the minute you open the book. It’s intoxicating and hooks your attention till you reach the final word. In the City of Stars, everyone has a secret and everyone is beautiful, but everyone is also slightly twisted. Which just adds to the excitement of the story.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Adriana Locke writes the best families ever. Everyone loves the Landry gang and the Gibson group, but now we all also love the Mason family. These five boys and their love for their mother blows my mind!