Y’all, Penny Reid is killing me with the Laws of Physics series. And I totally mean this as a compliment. Space was a fantastic installment and I NEED MORE.
Category: In Review
I think my feelings about Diary of a Bad Boy might have been a case of “it’s not you, it’s me,” but I struggled a bit with this one.
Y’all, I loved Make Me Bad. It might not have made ME bad, but it definitely made me swoon and giggle (and even blush a little). I loved every moment of it.
Block Shot was ahhhmazing. I’m convinced Kennedy Ryan is incapable of writing anything less. Also? I’m kicking myself for letting it siton my TBR this long.
Fallen Star was unputdownable and absolutely wonderful. I adored Grace. I swooned over Scott. And I loved that the book was set in New Orleans.
I’ve not read many lesbian romances because they don’t seem to be that common, but if you can rec some as good as Once Ghosted, Twice Shy I’m here for them.
I read The One You Fight For back in January — my first book of the year, in fact — but never got around to reviewing. Such a great addition to this series.
I love Rachel’s writing and this series is one of my faves. I was so excited to get Dillon’s story. The Something About Her 100% exceeded my expectations.
Welcome to my stop on the tour for Sierra Simone’s Misadventures of a Curvy Girl. It was hot AF, but also sweet and had a great body positivity message.
Penny Reid’s books are like catnip for me. They’re smart, funny and sexy and, more often than not, I find myself cheesy-grinning my way through the entire thing. Motion was all of these things.
I’ve had my eye on Avery Flynn’s Hartigans for ages, but I’ve just not made the time to read any of them before now. I’m glad I made time to read Tomboy!
I’ve basically been waiting for The Risk since finishing The Chase last fall. I loved Brenna and I just couldn’t wait to see who she’d pair off with.