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.
Oh hey, it’s time for more Minute Reviews! Once again I’m terribly behind on reviews and this is the best way I know to knock out a few at once.
Rockstar romances aren’t my favorite thing on the menu, but I couldn’t resist Rachel’s latest. Good thing, too. I loved Never Fall in Love with a Rockstar.
Waiting for Tom Hanks was one of my most highly anticipated books of 2019. A rom com-obsessed woman getting a chance at her own happily ever after? I’m in.
I smelled the setup for a second chance romance for Silas in Overnight Sensation. I’m really glad Sarina didn’t make me wait long before giving it to me in Superfan.
Parental Guidance was basically Kim catnip. Fake dating, meddlesome parents, sassy heroine and sexy hockey player? Hello, right up my alley.
It’s time for more Minute Reviews in this all-Romanceopoly challenge reads edition! I’ve got some adult contemporary, YA and even PNR for you, today.
I’ve seen some mixed reviews for The Unhoneymooners, so I was a little nervous going in. But, it turns out I had absolutely nothing to worry about.