Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Christina Lauren’s latest, Josh & Hazels’ Guide to Not Dating! I loved this book so much I’ve read it twice now!
Category: 5 Stars
Once again, here we are — Meghan Quinn completely destroyed me with The Right Side of Forever and I have absolutely no idea what to say to do it justice.
Ok y’all, I’m going to be perfectly honest with you — I have absolutely no idea how to review The Left Side of Perfect. The author’s asked that we not use names — aside from the hero’s — in our review and that’s proving to be quite the challenge for me.
My love for Wait for It — and, let’s be honest, all of Mariana Zapata’s books — knows no bounds. This was the second time I read it and I connected with it so much more this time around.
Y’all, I loved The Simple Wild. I loved it so freaking hard. So much so that I’m not even sure I can put all the things it made me feel into words. At this point — days after finishing — I can barely think about it without getting all teary eyed.
I love the risk vs. reward of a friends to lovers romance and R.S. Grey’s latest, Not So Nice Guy, is the latest addition to my favorites list.
I’ll admit when I started As Dust Dances I was a little concerned I would have a tough time getting into it. Not because I wasn’t intrigued by the story or anything like that, but because I never read Play On.
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Penny Reid’s latest, Dr. Strange Beard. Y’all, I am totally in love with Roscoe and Simone. Could this be my favorite Winston Brothers book to date? Quite possibly…
I’m not even going to pretend like I’m the only reader who has been waiting with total grabby hands for Elle’s next solo effort. When I saw The Chase land on my iPad, I straight up squealed.
Who’d have thought pairing up a Wall Street investor and the SEC agent investigating him for fraud and insider trading would result in such magic? Lauren, apparently. I freaking loved Ian and Laura and their story. The forbidden nature of their relationship, combined with their wicked hot chemistry, made Hot Asset an absolutely delightful read. One that I devoured in a few short hours.
I have no excuse for just now having read Finding Cinderella. But truth be told, I pretty much totally forgot about it until I was pulling CoHo books for a bookstagram photo. It’s a short novella, but it packed a pretty good emotional punch. Which is, you know, not surprising when it comes to a CoHo book.
Happy, happy, happy book birthday to Colleen Hoover and All Your Perfects! This book was gorgeous, romantic and emotional in ways I didn’t expect, but certainly appreciated.