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.
Source: I bought it!
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.
Lord of Scoundrels is one of those books that has been on my TBR for years. Literally. Now I understand why it’s hyped as one of the best of the best.
Time — and the entire Laws of Physics series — is Penny at her best. I can’t think of a more fitting conclusion to Abram and Mona’s story arc.
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.
My first #TackleMyTBR2019 pick for the year was Tempting the Player, a book that’s been on my TBR way too long considering JLA is one of my favorite authors.
Stop me if you’ve heard this before — I’m behind on reviews. Time for more Minute Reviews! I’ve got six bite-sized romance reviews for you today.
The blurb for Resisting Santa piqued my interest, but it was the dedication — “for nasty women everywhere” — that made me more excited to read it.
Beautiful is one of the most satisfying series conclusions I’ve read in a long time. I can’t think of one single thing I would change about it.
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!
Who’s ready for more Minute Reviews? Today’s post is all about Richelle Mead’s Bloodlines series, one of my favorite series and one that I’ve not yet finished.
My love for Wait for It — and, let’s be honest, all of Mariana Zapata’s books — knows no bounds. This was the second time I read it and I connected with it so much more this time around.