I discovered Elizabeth Hayley back in 2015 with their Strictly Business series. I’ve been waiting to see what they would do next and, as soon as I saw the cover and the blurb for The Bet, I knew I had to have it. Sports romance […]
I love love love the idea of spotlighting a title from my shelf (or, you know, my eReader) and seeing what you think about it. Sometimes it seems like everyone is reading the same books at the same time and older titles have a way of just fading from the radar.
I swear, the Need You series just gets better and better with each book — and that says something, because I’ve loved them all. But this one? It’s going to be really tough to top.
Happy hump day, y’all! It’s time for a little midweek reading round up as I talk about what I’m currently reading, what I recently finished and what I’m waiting to read — either an upcoming release or a book from my TBR.
One of my biggest struggles as a book blogger has been finding the best way to organize my ARCs. Then I found Trello. Now I’m happy and organized!
I enjoyed After All so much! Karina writes the best complicated romances and that’s exactly what she gave me with this book. It was a little enemies to lovers, a little fake it until you make it, mixed with a famous person/real person romance and a lot of fun and sexiness.
Y’all know I enjoy a good book tag, so when I saw this one on As Told by Tina, I knew I had to do it. (Even if we’re a bit past the middle of the year right now…) The Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag was created by Chami and Ely.
Guys, I freaking loved this book. Carter and Evie were flipping amazing. They had me literally laughing out loud. There were Harry Potter references, y’all. If ever there was a Kim book, this is it.
Oh, hey it’s the start of a new week and you know what that means — a new Monday Musts post! Are you ready to see what I’m calling a Must Read, Must Listen and Must See this week?
Confession time: I’ve been sitting on the review for this book for over a month now. I’m totally ashamed. The only excuse I have is that, honestly, I don’t know how on Earth to do this book justice with my words.