I’ve been a big fan of Brenda’s books since I first read Swimming to Tokyo. Her Castle Calder series has been such a great escape for someone like me who is fascinated by all things British.
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Happy, happy, happy book birthday to London Hale and Knocking Her Up! If you’re looking for your next short, filthy, sexy read… look no further. I’ve gotta be honest with you here, I was a little nervous going into Knocking Her Up. “Breeding” books are […]
Happy book birthday to Tessa Bailey and Too Beautiful to Break! I’m sad to see the Romancing the Clarksons series end, but boy did it ever go out in style.
Happy, happy, happy book birthday to Lia Riley and her latest, The Corner of Forever and Always! I have a lot of goodies for you today, so keep on reading!
I’m so excited to be celebrating Katee Robert’s latest release — the Hot in Hollywood Duet! If you like your romance short, sweet and sexy, check these books out!
I might be coming in on the tour late, but I am still super excited to be celebrating the release of Katee Robert’s latest, Forbidden Promises! The O’Malleys are the best and I’m loving this series so far.
I want to wish the happiest of book birthdays to London Hale — aka Brighton Walsh and Ellis Leigh — and Daddy’s Best Friday today! If you enjoy forbidden romance — and you like it on the dirty side — you’re going to want to […]
Happy, happy, happy book birthday to Tessa Bailey and Too Hard to Forget! Ooooooh boy, this was a good one. Y’all, I have a new favorite Romancing the Clarksons book. I’d been itching to get my hands on Peggy and Elliott for ages, so naturally […]
I want to wish the happiest of book birthdays to Lia Riley and It Happened on Love Street! If you enjoy small town, sweet and sassy romances, you’ll want to visit Everland, Georgia for sure. It’s pretty much no secret that I adore Lia Riley AND […]
Happy book birthday to Molly E. Lee and her latest, Edge of Brotherhood! I’m absolutely loving this Love on the Edge series and I can’t wait for the next installment. I was a little apprehensive going into this book because I hadn’t yet read Connell’s […]