Ava Lucie and Luke London are truly the most incredible friends ever and I love that despite his feelings for Ava since the day they met, he’s never acted on it.
And in A Royal Disaster, Jennifer Bonds has created two such brilliant characters that you can’t help but love!
As you can imagine, a love story like this doesn’t just have a smooth journey. It spans decades and it goes through pain and struggles and loss and love and hurt. And that’s what makes it so beautiful.
My feelings are shattered. I am shattered. This book will break you, build you back up and break you again before it all comes into focus. It’s so beautiful. The story of Charlotte and Malakai will leave your breathless and wanting more from start to finish.
This one kept me at the edge of my seat from start to finish. It was less about the romance and more about the suspense, which I was totally fine with.
It’s not just their relationship and romance that won me over, the characters on their own are brilliant.
If you like Jane Austen, snorting water out of your nose laughter, a great group of friends, a brilliant female lead and a broody alpha male lead – then See Me After Class is most definitely for you.
Warning Track is the first in what is going to be an awesome series by Carrie Aarons. It follows the Callahan family and their small town legendary baseball team, the Packton Pistons.
It’s so great to find characters who have this natural chemistry and that’s something I’ve always loved about R.S. Grey’s writing – everything fits together so nicely like a puzzle, even the bad and hard stuff.