Sonia Esperanza excels at writing soft alpha males that will have you captivated from the word go and Samuel Rivera is no different.
Ever since I read Stirred, I’ve been looking forward to reading and meeting the rest of the Twisted Fox crew. Sadly, I didn’t get around to doing that before reading this book, but that doesn’t matter! The only thing you’re going to be spoiled for are the couples that get together, but even that is not the end of the world.
Oh man, this book! This is my first venture into Liz Crowe’s fictional world and one thing I can tell you right now is that I love how she writes her stories. What Happens in Denver is rooted in so much honesty and the characters are so real that once you start reading, you’re sucked deep into their lives.
I am falling in love with Oak Bend! The second in the multi-author series features two people who you’d never imagine having anything to do with each other. This enemies to lovers, grump x sunshine love story is really great.
Sajni Patel is slowly becoming a favourite. Between creating a world that I’m familiar with in a new way and writing characters that are so real and wonderful, her stories have captivated me.
Just when you think Chloe Liese has written the best characters of all time, she introduces you to Axel Bergman and Rooney Sullivan. And then every other character you’ve ever read starts to pale in comparison.
There’s just something about Clara Elroy’s writing that sucks you into the story from the minute you open the book. It’s intoxicating and hooks your attention till you reach the final word. In the City of Stars, everyone has a secret and everyone is beautiful, but everyone is also slightly twisted. Which just adds to the excitement of the story.
After getting up close and personal with Rhett during his road trip with Hank in the third book of the series, I was really looking forward to seeing how his life and story would play out. And I am happy to announce that I still love Rhett Beauregard and want only the best for him every step of the way.
Make You Miss Me is a deliciously angsty slow burn age gap romance that I think everyone needs to experience at least once in their lives.
Skye writes LGBTQIA+ characters with great finesse and she ensures that their stories are told in the most real and honest ways possible. You can feel their struggles and their fight while on the journey to being comfortable with themselves, to accepting who they are at every step of the way.