I thought Lena Hendrix had smacked me in the feels when I was reading Finding You, but nothing prepared me for the way my heart and soul exploded as I was reading Keeping You. In keeping with Lena’s brand of steam, the second book in the series is also powerful and tackles grief, finding love and yourself in a beautiful way.
When K. Bromberg announced that Finn Sanderson was getting his own book, I was excited. If you’ve read the rest of the Play Hard series, then you’ve met Finn. He’s always been the instigator, the guy that pisses everyone off and broke Chase Kincade’s heart. I never thought of Finn as being the hero of a love story.
This might be the hottest Max Monroe book I’ve read. And I mean…Jude and Sophie might put Thatch and Cassie to shame, which is saying a lot. But good god, the heat is ALL THE WAY UP in this book and I loved every minute of it.
I have a new favourite Piper Rayne hero. And not just because he’s handsome as all get out, but because he is just…everything.
Carrie Aarons has done it again! And not only is Control Artist a great read, it’s also the hottest in the Callahan Family series. Dahlia Akana and Garrett Chester are seriously so good together and the sexual tension, the steam…it’s all just so hot.
This book was packed with so many of my favourite things – single parent, summer flings, second chance romance, great supporting characters and of course, a small town. There was also a deeper message in Friends with Benedicts, that really made the book altogether a wonderful read!
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.
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.
Mia and Tyler are complete opposites. While their end goal might be the same thing, they don’t have a whole lot in common. But thanks to their professor pairing them up for a study, they have no choice but to work together to complete this.