I gotta start by saying that this book delivered way more than I ever thought I would get. While the third in the Marriage series, this is my second book by Sara and I am hooked. I can’t wait to read The Dating Plan next and immerse myself in all this wild fun and craziness.
This story is so wonderful and deep, but also sexy and fun. If you read It’s Only Love, then you’ve met Justine since she’s one of the girls in the group with Christy and Taylor. And you’ve also encountered Blake as he helped Taylor out with her annoying ex. And now these two get to tell their story and you get to fall head over heels in love with them just like I did.
Devney Perry has a magic touch when it comes to writing captivating and exciting romantic suspense. And the first in a new series hooks you and gets you so involved in the lives of every single character you meet.
I picked this book up for two reasons—the cover is adorable and the blurb sounded so good. I knew it was going to be an enemies to lovers rom-com going in, but I didn’t realise just how much I would love these characters.
I am falling in love with Oak Bend! The second in the multi-author series features two people who you’d never imagine having anything to do with each other. This enemies to lovers, grump x sunshine love story is really great.
Just when you think Chloe Liese has written the best characters of all time, she introduces you to Axel Bergman and Rooney Sullivan. And then every other character you’ve ever read starts to pale in comparison.
Make You Miss Me is a deliciously angsty slow burn age gap romance that I think everyone needs to experience at least once in their lives.
Skye writes LGBTQIA+ characters with great finesse and she ensures that their stories are told in the most real and honest ways possible. You can feel their struggles and their fight while on the journey to being comfortable with themselves, to accepting who they are at every step of the way.
I can safely say this is my first ever Western Romance, because I’ve been going around telling everyone that I’m reading a historical cowboy romance and I happily forgot that this subgenre exists. But, I digress. This book was such a rush! I loved so much of it and being introduced to an outlaw who wants to retire and just take a break from being an outlaw? That is a treat in itself.
K.K. Allen knocked it out of the park with Fated. The book picks up right where the first in the trilogy leaves off and we’re tossed back into the world where everyone is on edge and there is danger lurking in all the corners of their little town.