Book Review: This Train Is Being Held by Ismée Williams
The slow-burn romance in This Train is Being Held kept me listening, but the flowery prose and frustrating character decisions left me feeling slightly disconnected.
Review: Winning The Wallflower by Eloisa James
This novella sort of misses the mark with the characters’ excessive complaining about social status and shallow character development.
Book Review: Cruel Saints by Michelle Heard
The Cruel Saint is the second book in the Saint series, chronicling the tempestuous tale of Elena and Lucian.
Book Review: The Hopefuls by Jennifer Close
The Hopefuls is a well-written book that provides valuable insight into the world of politics and personal relationships.
Book Review: Talon by Carian Cole (Ashes & Embers #4)
If you’re in the mood for a steamy, edgy romance with a rockstar or biker twist, give this book a chance! Who knows, it might just become your new favorite read. Happy reading!
Book Review: Anyone But Him by Different Authors
If you’re a fan of enemies-to-lovers and fake relationship stories, then Anyone but Him is a must-read. This collection of short stories from various authors follows four couples as they navigate the ups and downs of their relationships.
Book Review: The Woman In The Purple Skirt by Natsuko Imamura
If you’re looking for a book that explores the nuances of everyday life, with a touch of creepiness, then “The Woman in the Yellow Cardigan” might be just what you need. While some readers might find the lack of climactic scenarios underwhelming, the book’s focus on character development makes for a compelling read.
Review: Wrangling Love by Leslie North
This was a short and refreshing second-chance romance novel between childhood enemies.
Review: In A New York Minute by Kate Spencer
In A New York Minute by Kate Spencer is at once funny and endearing, with a host of characters you do not want to miss.
Review: Reluctant Roommates by Tara Taylor Quinn
In Reluctant Roommates, Tara Taylor Quinn, the author, took the tried and true forced cohabitation trope and spun it into a fantastic story of healing and love.
Dating Dr. Dil by Nisha Sharma
A fake-relationship between a love-obssessed homebody and a love-phobic doctor becomes real as they learn about the true meaning of love.
Review: Stuck With You by Ali Hazelwood
Stuck With You features a broken elevator, the miscommunication-chain trope, and an almost combustible attraction between the protagonists.
Review: The Sweetest Oblivion by Danielle Lori
The Sweetest Oblivion by Danielle Lori features a jaded antihero male protagonist and a mafia princess determined to not live up to her reputation.
Review: Kind Of Cursed by Stephanie Fournet
Kind of Cursed by Stephanie Fournet explores the budding romance between an orphaned and supposedly fertile woman and a man contracted to reconstruct her house.
Review: Almost Impossible by Nicole Williams
Almost Impossible by Nicole Williams is a cutesy Young-Adult vacation romance between a girl looking to put down roots and a boy whose feet are firmly planted on the ground.
Review: Bet The Farm by Staci Hart
This book has re-confirmed my decision to avoid the enemies-to-lovers trope. It was well written and the narrators’ superb performances were the only high points.
Review: Josh and Gemma Make A Baby by Sarah Ready
I had my fair share of laughs while reading this title, but I couldn’t get past how vile Gemma was. Josh, on the other hand, was endearing and entirely too sweet for his own good.