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.
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 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.
Ah, the Greene family. They’re so much fun and so much drama and so entertaining. We’ve already experienced the awesomeness of Cade and Adam, now we finally get our first Greene sister and Nikki is truly the best way to start.
Katie Frey’s debut will captivate you right from the start. While you don’t need to read Nearly Late, the novella that introduces these characters, it’s definitely a good thing to get familiarized with them early on. These two stories follow strong women who’ve had cancer, fought the battle and won to come out on the other side and the love they find in the least expected places.
Don’t Mind if ‘I Do’ is a marriage of convenience, enemies to lovers, second chance romance that features two characters from different worlds being forced back together to make their lives better and easier.
One thing you can be guaranteed to find in R.S Grey books is a set of undeniably amazing characters. And in To Have and to Hate, it’s no different.
You know who does small town romances well? Adriana Locke. And with this new series, you know you’re in for a big treat! And when combined with some of the best tropes, Like You Love Me is everything that you could ever ask for.
In The Bluff, we not only get the most intense and delicious steam I’ve read this year, but also a fake relationship and a marriage of convenience and a grumpy/sunshine pairing. And oh man, it’s all so damn good and I love how beautifully this story was crafted.
Allie Winters has done it again! The Bishop brothers are such an interesting bunch and the second in the series is absolutely perfect.