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.
I cannot believe we’ve reached the end of the Kings of the Water series, because I was just getting attached to these characters. Now I have to accept that I must let them go and I’m not ready to do that just yet. But, Jasmin did save the swooniest for the last, because Hunter Kinney is absolute perfection.
From the moment I met Lauren H. Mae’s characters and her wonderful stories, I have been in love.
I think there needs to be a genre that is specifically designated for Kandi Steiner’s books, because this one was absolutely beautiful. Kandi is a master weaver when it comes to telling stories that hook you right from the start and Say Yes was no different.
I have loved everything about Will since we met her in Hawk’s book, the first in the series. She was the feisty woman working at the tattoo shop and as Hawk’s best friend, she was basically royalty.
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.
Mila Nicks has a knack for making me fall in love with her characters and stories without even trying that hard. And For Vacation Only is no exception.
Hunter has a big city girl meeting a hot as hell cowboy in a small town – so obviously I needed it in my life! A quick read, Hunter is my first Anna Brooks book and I enjoyed it!
After meeting Evan in The Denial Game, I was really excited when Amy announced that the third book in the series would be focused on him. We see the broody and moody bartender, who doesn’t have time for Lauren and her quirks, so to actually see a different side of him and to see what got him to that place was really good.
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!