I absolutely love all of Adriana Locke’s small town romances. She creates these beautiful little towns filled with a host of incredible characters, then tosses in a romance that will make you swoon. How is that not absolutely perfect? And with The Sweet Spot, she brings in Palmer and Cole in a romance that made me smile and tear up all at once. And let’s not even forget the wonderfulness of Ethan.
When it comes to writing small town, family centric romances, nobody does it better than Adriana Locke. Her families are wholesome, filled with quirky characters and the hottest siblings ever. And it’s never just one book, you get all their love stories and then some.
I’ve been really excited about this story ever since Adriana Locke started hinting about it and finally when we got to Resolution (the final book in the Mason family series), I was so excited to see all of that come full circle! I loved Hollis in The Relationship Pact, so to have him in this book made my heart really happy.
Like me, if you’ve been reading and enjoying the Mason Family series, then you’ve also been incredibly curious and drawn to Wade Mason. I’ve had a few hits and misses with this series, so I told myself not to expect too much from Wade because I didn’t want to be disappointed. But oh my god, Adriana knocked it out of the park with this one.
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!
Adriana Locke’s brand of contemporary romance is totally my thing. She writes interesting and relatable characters, dealing with complicated and heart wrenching issues and struggles, but she also adds her own magic with family love, humour, banter and incredible writing.
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.
Ugh, guys, I love best friends to lovers romances because those are just so deeply rooted in their friendship and their long lasting power of being friends. And that’s exactly what defines Coy and Bellamy.
I would like to start by saying that Hollis Hudson is officially my favourite of the three kings. River and Crew are great, no doubt about it, but Hollis? The man has layers and secrets and confidence and just everything. He’s also just a brilliant character, on the whole, and he made me feel all kinds of things.
When their chance meeting turns into a vacation of lust, sex and desire, it also gets a little out of hand and pushes them over the edge. Nothing good comes without a little restraint, right?