I am seriously loving Katia Rose’s small town sapphic romances and I hope there’s more. Because after the wonderful softness of This Used to Be Easier, reading this frenemies/rivals to lovers book was such a treat.
The Map To You might have a really cute cover, but the book holds some very heavy topics and there’s a lot to wrap your head around.
The Enchanted Gods series is over! I am in awe of the world that K.K. Allen created and the stories she was able to tell, because these characters have been a great distraction from the ‘real world’.
I can’t believe we’ve reached the end of the Palm South University series! Much like a television show, the last few years of reading this series has brought joy to my life. Kandi Steiner created such an incredible world of characters that go through everything you can imagine, but come out strong at the end.
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.
I love that Carrie Aarons can write a wide variety of characters ranging from college students to single parents and sexy professional baseball players and keep you hooked from the first page.
After being introduced to the Bellsby Beach gang last year, I was looking forward to seeing what would happen with Tommy and Reyna and here is their story!
Anna B. Doe went and wrote a book featuring two characters of colour AND one of them is a hockey player, while the other is a figure skater. So, obviously I was going to sign up for a chance to read it! Kiss to Defy is the third book in the Blairwood University series and my first book by Anna B. Doe.
This book was so wonderful! Open Lanes is Mary Morano’s debut novel and it was such a good time! And it featured one of my favourite tropes of all time – road trips – so that only made this book that much more exciting and lovely to me.
This is my first Annabeth Albert book and I adored it so much! I didn’t expect to get attached to these characters, but once I started reading, I was sucked into Jasper and Milo’s life so hard that I couldn’t put the book down.