Ah, Jenna Hartley, you write such a great romance! And another age gap romance, which only makes it that much more enticing. Inevitable is an angsty, workplace, dad’s best friend, age gap and forbidden romance that will leave you panting for more and wishing for your own Jonathan.
I love that Jenny is keeping us completely in suspense the whole way through – without a cover, a name or a blurb – and till you read the book, you won’t actually know why. Because THIS IS THE BOOK TO END ALL BOOKS!
Lauren and Garrett are cute, adorable and hilarious together. And they’re also incredibly hot, sexy and steamy together too. I devoured this book in one sitting, because I do that with every Max Monroe book and because I didn’t want to waste any time getting to experience Garrett’s love. This is exactly what I wanted and needed right now and as always, Max Monroe delivered.
Not only did I fall in love with these beautifully flawed characters, but I am now obsessed with roller derby. To the point where I spent hours last night after finishing the book watching videos on YouTube. Like I said, obsessed.
Are you ready to have your mind blown? Because that’s what Jen Trinh does in the third book of her famous Burlfriends series.
My god, this book. This duet. This everything. I don’t know if my review will do this book justice, though. And before I get started, please note that you have to read the first part of this duet, because the second book picks up where that one leaves off and there’s a lot of information that you’re going to need going into this gritty romance.
I loved how quirky and funny this book was, but also had a lot of heart! Stina Lindenblatt is a new to me author, but I enjoyed this one enough that I’m going to put her on my list of authors to check out throughout the course of the year.
Whatever You Need combines romantic comedy with romantic suspense and a whole heap of so much more. It keeps you hooked with the interesting twists and turns and life choices these two characters must make.
Coralee June sucked me in right from the start. Also, it’s important to note that this is just the first part in a duet, so there’s a bit of a cliffhanger with lots of unanswered questions.