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 want to start this review by stating that while this book wasn’t entirely for me, it doesn’t mean it won’t be perfect for you. All the opinions in this review are my own and my feelings for how the story unravelled. Keeping that in mind, please know that Meghan Quinn is an author I admire and will continue to read, but this book just didn’t do it for me. And that’s okay!
I have been obsessed with Romeo and Stella since we met them in See Me After Class. They were always being so cute and flirty in the background of Arlo and Greer’s story and when Meghan finally announced this book, I was beyond thrilled. Because honestly, Romeo and Stella are probably my favourite pairing from this series.
Teagan Hunter’s Roommate Romps series gives me life! It started with Dean and River and then we got Caroline and Cooper and now we’re finally getting to Maya’s story. Right from the moment we met Maya in River’s book, I was ready for her to find love.
I’m all about contemporary romances by women of colour about women of colour and in Swait M. H’s debut Kismet in the Sky, we go on a journey with Avni and her relationship with Clark.
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.
Nobody can replace Cory Potter or Carson Stone in my heart, but guys, Holt Green gets really close to taking up another spot. He’s just so gosh darn charming and he’s so beautifully written that you can’t help yourself.
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.
Because of their friendship and their relationship for so many years, the rapport and banter and chemistry between Hazel and Crew is spectacular.
If you like Jane Austen, snorting water out of your nose laughter, a great group of friends, a brilliant female lead and a broody alpha male lead – then See Me After Class is most definitely for you.