I was so excited when I learned Sarina was giving us May’s story in Speakeasy. I’ll admit I was also a little unsure about pairing her with Alec because there was so much in the past books about her being into women. But, I had absolutely nothing to worry about.
Happy Wednesday! It’s time for a midweek reading round up, as I talk about what I’m currently reading, what I just finished and what I’ve added to my TBR in this week’s WWW Wednesday post!
As soon as I finished The Ones Who Got Away, I began the countdown for The One You Can’t Forget. I was fortunate to get an eARC and I dove in pretty much the second I got my hands on it
It’s time for Tell Me Something Tuesday! This week I’m talking about the debut and new-to-me authors I’ve discovered recently.
It’s been weeks since I finished The Hate U Give and I’m still struggling to put into words just how amazing this book is and just what it did to me. No words I can string together can possibly do it justice. But, I’m going […]
It’s the start of a new week that means a new Monday Musts post! Are you ready to see what I’m calling a Must Read, Must Listen and Must See this week?
Much like many of my romance-loving friends, I had full on royal romance fever after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding. I started looking at what royal romance to read next when I realized I owned Reluctantly Royal, but hadn’t read it.
I gotta say, I’ve really been enjoying these Misadventures books. What a wonderful idea, and a great way to discover new-to-me authors, like Lauren Rowe! I love me some new adult romance, so Misadventures of a College Girl was nearly at the top of my […]
You know that feeling when you’re so into a book that everything around you disappears? That feeling you get when the characters are so charming that you cheesy grin your way through the entire book? When you finish with a swoony sigh and kinda want to hug the book to your chest? That was The Kiss Quotient for me.
I totally fell in love with J.T. Geissinger’s writing and characters when I picked up Burn for You earlier this year. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on Melt for You. It sounded fantastic and, unsurprisingly, it was. I loved it every bit as much as the first book.