Review: “Home Sweet Mess” by Allison Ashley

Home Sweet Mess was such a wonderful read, with so much more under the surface than you realise. The story follows independent social worker Jeni Bishop and charming marketing manager Logan Davis as they go on this journey to falling in love and figuring things out.

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Review: “Off to the Races” by Elsie Silver

Elsie Silver has officially won me over with her debut novel. Off to the Races is a smart, fast paced, small town, steamy, enemies to lovers that you won’t be able to put down. From the moment you meet Billie and Vaughn, you are completely obsessed and buried in their world, because it’s so captivating.

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Review: “Reckless” by Adriana Locke

Adriana Locke’s brand of contemporary romance is totally my thing. She writes interesting and relatable characters, dealing with complicated and heart wrenching issues and struggles, but she also adds her own magic with family love, humour, banter and incredible writing.

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Review: “You Spin Me” by Karen Grey

It’s the 80s. A time when there are no smart phones or the internet. An actress is trying to make it in theatre in Boston while struggling with her dyslexia. And a radio DJ is doing the best he can with the life he’s been handed and the scars that haunt him. And when they come together, it’s a beautiful love story.

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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: “Together” by Jennifer Van Wyk

There’s something about a surprise pregnancy that just completely captures my attention. And in Together, Jennifer Van Wyk not only gives you that trope, but two very loveable and interesting leads to carry the weight of the story too.

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