Oh boy, My One and Only is probably the steamiest book I’ve read in a really long time. Have bottles of water on hand and a fan too, because Tess and Liam will set your Kindle on fire.
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.
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.
It was cute, fluffy and a really quick read. Let It Be Me is a story of second chances and giving yourself the opportunity to enjoy the little things.
Guys. This is the end of the Rooftop Crew. I’m not ready to say goodbye. But I have to admit that Piper Rayne left the best for the end, because Jax and Frankie? Undeniably beautiful in every way.
The Start of Someday is such a perfect novella set over the course of Christmas and into the New Year. We get to meet two incredibly compatible characters with wild sexual chemistry and other kinds of chemistry too and watch their relationship unfold.
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.
It’s the kind of book that once you start, you won’t be able to put down. It’s also the kind of book that fills you with so much love and affection for the little things, for your friends and for the simple things in life.
While it’s a marriage-in-crisis romance, it’s also a second chance romance. Because Freya and Aiden are giving each other a second chance. Just without all the distance and years apart from each other. Ever After Always is about love and about finding your soulmate, but it’s also about finding yourself.