Generally speaking, I tend to shy away from women’s fiction. But, when you find out one of your favorite author duos is releasing a new book that sounds really good, no matter the genre, you read it. Or at least I do. That’s what happened with Love and Other Words. I regret nothing.
Category: In Review
It’s time for more Minute Reviews! From historical to contemporary romance, I’ve got a little bit of everything here for you today. Each of the books I’m reviewing were read as part of my 2018 Tackle My TBR Challenge. Some were from my 2018 Audiobook Challenge, too.
Y’all, I have a new favorite rom com book and author. Can anyone tell me why in the world I waited this long to pick up a Tara Sivec book? Sweet baby Jesus, At the Stroke of Midnight was hilarious.
One and Only was absolutely delightful! I’d never read any of Jenny Holiday’s books prior to this one, but the cover drew me in and I was intrigued by the reviews I saw. Plus, I enjoy a good romance set around a wedding. This one […]
I can’t lie, the first thing that caught my attention about One Last Time was the cover. I fell in love with it when I began seeing it all over social media and I promptly added the book to my wishlist. It wasn’t long before I made time to dive right on in and read it in a weekend.
Confession: I wasn’t sure how I was going to feel about Misadventures of a City Girl when I started it. I was a bit afraid it would be more sex scenes than actual character development and storyline. I couldn’t have been more wrong.
It’s been AGES since I read — or honestly even thought about — the On Dublin Street series and characters. I was so excited to see Samantha Young was adding to the series with On Hart’s Boardwalk.
When I finished reading Grip, I was satisfied. I didn’t know that I necessarily needed more of Grip and Bristol. I was happy with how things wrapped up in Grip. Plus I was a little worried what kind of angst or drama would come their way in a second full-length book.
This book, y’all. After the events at the end of Flow, I suspected it would be a more difficult read. But, I had no idea what all it was going to put me through. Be forewarned, my review will likely be (at least vaguely) spoilery so if you’ve not yet read this book and want to go in blind, you might want to skip this.
I snagged Flow a couple months ago when it was on sale (or maybe free?) mainly because I loved the cover. I mean, the blurb sounded pretty good too, but the cover is definitely what caught my attention first. After reading (and loving) my first […]