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.
I’m sad that we’ve reached the end of these romps! I have loved these characters, their friendships and all of their romps. And the last in the series is loaded with lots of great tropes, which made it a fun read.
You know what Melissa Grace does really well with her stories? She makes you feel everything. In Home Is Where You Are, we all fell head over heels for Liv and Jax because of how dreamy they were and how you could feel everything they were going through. And that’s the same with Home Again when we spend a good long time with Cash and Ella.
Ah, this novella was a great way to remind us of all the things the Greene family has been up to and what Piper Rayne have in store for us.
After being introduced to the Bellsby Beach gang last year, I was looking forward to seeing what would happen with Tommy and Reyna and here is their 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.
WYATT AND ANDIE ARE FINALLY HERE. When we first met them in Elementary Romantic Calculus, I was giddy with excitement at the possibilities of what their relationship would be like. They were supporting characters to Mia and Josh’s relationship, but I could tell right there that it was so much more. And with My Cone and Only, we got an absolute treat.
Jenny Bunting is the queen of funny, heartfelt, sexy and steamy stories. Every single one of her books has had me laughing, swooning and fanning myself all at the same time.
Elliot Andrews’ romance debut is the first book I’ve read that talks about the pandemic and its existence! I love that. I know that we all want to forget about the pandemic and how it’s affected our lives, but Elliot weaves it into his story seamlessly and it makes sense given the journey that our hero goes through to get to the end of the book.
Like with all the other books in the Calamity Montana series, the characters and their relationship was so nicely crafted. Devney Perry, writing as Willa Nash, has a knack for writing great small town romances with wonderful characters.