I’ve been excited to get more from Sara Ney’s Jock Hard series since I finished Jock Row. Jock Rule was a great addition to this world she’s built.
Source: From the publisher
Merrily Ever After was a wonderful and real holiday novella set in a series that’s one of my favorite finds of 2018 so far.
I loved JLA’s Lux series. When I heard she was going back with The Darkest Star and new Origin series, I was thrilled. I couldn’t wait to read it.
A cowboy romance that’s a bit Little Red Riding Hood mixed with a dash of You’ve Got Mail? What’s not to love about Big Bad Cowboy?
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Jill Shalvis’ latest, Hot Winter Nights! I’m a big fan of Jill’s books and this one was no exception. In fact, it’s the latest in a long line of swoony reads from her.
Is it ok if I start this review off by shaming myself? I’m going to. I read The Good Luck Charm way back in June, when I was devouring all the hockey romance after the Caps’ Stanley Cup win.
I will forever be grateful to Alexa Martin for snapping my week-long slump a few weeks ago. Intercepted was one of my most highly-anticipated releases of the year and it exceeded all of my expectations.
I gotta tell you, I’m loving me some cowboy romances lately. A.J. Pine’s Tough Luck Cowboy was so, so very good. This series just keeps getting better!
I love love LOVED Kiss the Girl. I’ve been waiting for Ariel’s story since shortly after meeting her in At the Stroke of Midnight and it was totally worth the wait.