Review: “The Mistletoe Motive” by Chloe Liese

The one thing you can be sure of when picking up a Chloe Liese book is the wholehearted way you’ll feel when you finish it. And that is no different with The Mistletoe Motive. This Christmas romance is the perfect read to get you in the mood for the holidays and features two characters who are so wonderful that you’ll get swept up in their banter and romance as you read.

Review: “Color of Love” by Lila Dawes

This story is so wonderful and deep, but also sexy and fun. If you read It’s Only Love, then you’ve met Justine since she’s one of the girls in the group with Christy and Taylor. And you’ve also encountered Blake as he helped Taylor out with her annoying ex. And now these two get to tell their story and you get to fall head over heels in love with them just like I did.

Review: “Twisted Games” by Ana Huang

There’s just something about the bodyguard trope that does it for me. I love heroes that will burn down the world to protect the heroine – not only because it’s his job, but because he just loves her so much he doesn’t know how else to express it. And with Bridget and Rhys you get so much delicious sexual tension, chemistry and explosive steam that once you start, you won’t be able to put the book down.

Review: “What If You & Me” by Roni Loren

After I fell in love with Hollyn and Jasper in Yes & I Love You, I was so excited to know that Andi was getting her own book. And I was also so nervous because what if I didn’t love Andi’s story as much as Hollyn’s? And then I read this book and I have to say that I am even more in love with Andi than I thought possible. And when you combine Andi with her grumpy (werewolf) hero, Hill – it’s absolute magic.