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!
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.
After meeting Evan in The Denial Game, I was really excited when Amy announced that the third book in the series would be focused on him. We see the broody and moody bartender, who doesn’t have time for Lauren and her quirks, so to actually see a different side of him and to see what got him to that place was really good.
Stumbling across Katia Rose on Instagram might be the best thing I’ve done this year. Because not only did I discover her entire backlist is brilliant, I learned that she’s got a full length queer story featuring lacrosse players coming out this month.
Kayley Loring is a wizard with words and storytelling, so it’s absolutely no surprise that this book was brilliant! If you, like me, read and loved A Very Bossy Christmas, then you’ve been not so patiently waiting to read all about Eddie and Birdie’s exploits.
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.