It takes a special book to make you feel nostalgic for a place you’ve never been and experience you’ve never had. Say You Still Love Me was that book.
Category: In Review
Now that I’ve read Luna and the Lie twice, it’s time I finally knock out a review for it. It’s the latest in a long list of Mariana Zapata favorites. Loved!
In Review: My Thoughts Y’all, how in the world did I let a second chance romance with a small town setting from one of my favorite authors sit and languish on my shelves for over two months? I’m so disappointed in myself. I am not, […]
I’ve been waiting to get my hands on Perky since I fell in love with Fluffy. I was hoping for more of the humor, heart and heat I found with the first book.
Hard Loving Cowboy was a delightfully sexy read that made me want to go in search of a cowboy of my own. AJ Pine’s Crossroads Ranch series is just so good!
When We Left Cuba will forever have a special place in my heart. It was beautiful, empowering and unforgettable. Beatriz Perez was a force of nature.
Holy crap, y’all. This King. My body was not ready for this book. I got sucked into it nearly immediately and didn’t want to put it down for a minute.
After all the hype, my expectations for The Friend Zone were sky high. It surpassed every single one of them, too. It’s one of my favorite books of 2019.
One of the biggest compliments I can pay a book is to say it was addicting or unputdownable. It’s been awhile since a book captured me like Sugar Daddy did.
The Proposal has been lingering around on my shelves and TBR for longer than I should admit. I’m glad I picked it up now because it was a really good read.
Hometown Troublemaker has been on my shelves entirely too long considering Brighton is one of my favorite authors. I love love loved this age gap romance!
Applied Electromagnetism had all the makings of a Kim book from the blurb alone. Forced proximity, office romance, STEM heroine and nerdy hot hero.