I really loved and enjoyed The Bet when it came out earlier this year and even then, I think I’d already decided that Flynn was my favourite Winslow brother and once I read this book, I knew I was right in thinking that. Because he’s such a big change from Max Monroe’s usual heroes and I loved him so hard.
Reading Brooklyn Monroe Wants It All made me very aware of how few romance I’ve read that feature characters over the age of 40, but also how much I enjoy them and want to read more!
If you know me even a little, you know that I love Jenny Bunting and her stories, so it will come as no surprise that I loved Fool’s Gold, the first in a new series featuring a family in a small town. And if that’s not enough, we get to meet some familiar faces from previous books and altogether, it just made me really happy.
Man, how do Piper Rayne do this every single time? I’ve been so excited for Ford’s book and they did not disappoint! At first, I thought this was the end of the Hockey Hotties, but we’re getting three more books, so I’m not that sad anymore.
Melissa Frey is a well-known resource for indie authors everywhere and to finally have a chance to read her first contemporary romance was very exciting for me – she’s written the Codex series which is a supernatural action-adventure series featuring characters we meet in this book!
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.
I thought I had experienced a really steamy Jessica Peterson book when I read Southern Hotshot, but in terms of steam, nothing is going to beat Southern Sinner. This book is an absolute sin and also a treat in terms of the sexual adventures that the characters go on.
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.
I loved the premise when I requested it on Netgalley, but I did not expect to love this story as much as I did. From the characters to the setting, the details and the steam – Yes & I Love You delivered such a beautiful story about just trusting in yourself to achieve the best the world has to offer.
In her visually stunning debut, Elena Armas delivers a story that has some of the best tropes in romance and she spins a tale that is so addictive that you’ll stay up till 2am reading even though you’ve got a long day of work ahead of you the next day.