Review: “The Forever Plan” by Amy Alves

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.

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Review: “The Tipoff” by Sonia Esperanza

I think I could read anything and everything Sonia Esperanza writes and never tire of her wonderful mind. The Tipoff is the second book in the Love, Philly series and it follows childhood sweethearts getting a second chance at what makes their lives complete.

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Review: “Could Have Been Us” by Corinne Michaels

Gah, this book was an absolute tearjerker. I cannot even put into words how many things Jack and Stella made me feel. It was so intense, there were moments when I was sure that I would just explode into tears because of the journey these characters were going on.

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Review: “My Almost Ex” by Piper Rayne

Piper Rayne have created such an amazing family with the Greene family and this series is going to be so much fun! While the first book in the series was interesting and we really got to meet all of the kids and see how the family fit into their small Alaskan town of Sunrise Bay, it’s My Almost Ex that sort of helps you feel more for these characters.

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Review: “Mad About Ewe” by Susannah Nix

First things first, I will read everything and anything that Susannah Nix writes. She always writes smart heroines that are so amazing, with all the personality, charm and beauty that we love in our romance heroines. But they’re also so strong and driven, passionate about their lives and ambitious as hell!

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Review: “Return to Us” by Corinne Michaels

Her stories are so beautifully crafted, her characters are well thought out and complex and her plots are so captivating. I was hooked to Jessica and Grayson’s story from the minute we’re introduced to them and I loved watching them fall in love too.

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Review: “Hard to Score” by K. Bromberg

I just did not expect to have my heart feel this way at the end of it all! Hard to Score covers many of my favourite tropes – sports romance, second chance romance, childhood friends – and K. Bromberg masterfully combines all of this together in one very addictive story.

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