Personal Foul is a light, low angst, fluffy romance. I did go in thinking I’d get lots of conflict and angst, but in a way, it was a nice break from all the other angst I was indulging in.
The tension is high in this book! I definitely loved how the story was crafted and how you’re kept waiting for the big reveal.
Love Thy Neighbor has Teagan Hunter’s brand of humour, quirky characters, strong bonds of friendship, beautiful relationships and a whole lot of incredibly well written, beautifully crafted and very hot steam.
It’s fun, cute, sexy and the perfect break from all this monotony in our lives thanks to the pandemic.
Don’t Date Your Roommate is a quick, cute romance featuring very beautiful people and giving into your base instincts to just enjoy each other as much as possible.
I have been waiting for Knox’s book since the first time he appears with the Rooftop Crew! He’s always been this broody, charming, secretive alpha male who we know nothing about.
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.
I love watching strangers become friends and become lovers to becoming so much more. That growth and that gradual build is always such a treat.
This is a book about love in its rawest form. It’s about accepting the faults and flaws of the ones you love so you can love them harder and stronger than they want at the time. It’s a love story about fighting against the odds to always find love in the darkest days.
Heath and Ginny have such a fantastic friendship that turns into so much more. The chemistry there is sizzling and even though it takes them a while to really take the leap, that wait is so worth it.