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!
Source: From the author
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.
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.
I was a big fan of Zayne in The Dark Elements series, so I was thrilled to learn Jen was writing his story in Storm and Fury. This was a great read.
Coldhearted Boss isn’t perfect, but I still loved it. There were some rocky times, but Ethan and Taylor got it together and brought the swoons and feels.
When I started Desperately Seeking Roommate, I was hoping it would be a fun read, something to get me out of my funk. I couldn’t have picked a better book.
In Review: My Thoughts I’ve had my eye on Fabiola Francisco’s books for awhile now, but for some reason never made the leap. That all changed when I read the blurb for Promise You. While I might not be a rockstar romance girl, I love […]
The Lying Hours is a great addition to an already fantastic series. It was grin-inducing and virtually unputdownable. What a fun, swoony and sexy read!
I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I was when the ARC for Top Secret hit my Kindle. Separately, Sarina and Elle are two of my top fave authors. Together? They’re freaking magical.
The Best Kind of Mistake was such a fun read! It’s a total standalone and such a quick and swoony read there’s really no reason not to jump in.