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.
Category: 5 Stars
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.
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.
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.
Nicole Williams is one of those authors whose books I will *always* read, no matter the age group or genre. Trusting You & Other Lies is the latest in a long list of books written by her that I’ve loved.
If I’m being totally honest, it was the one I was looking forward to the least of the Bad Boy Homecoming series, only because rock star books typically aren’t my thing. Ironically enough, it ended up being my favorite of the entire series.
Happy book birthday to Lia Riley and Mister Hockey! If you’re looking for your next fun, swoony and sexy read, look no further. This is the book you need!
Sinful Attraction is totally my new favorite London Hale book. It was filthy hot and amazing, just like the others in the series, but it was also seriously (unexpectedly?) sweet and gave me feels.
I was hopelessly addicted to this book and these characters from the very start. It was a fun read, but it wasn’t without depth and feels — good and bad. I loved it so, so much.
I’ve probably said a time or ten how much I am enjoying Lorelei James’s Need You series. I love the characters and the writing and, honestly, everything about them.