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!
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In Review: My Thoughts Is anyone else in “read all the holiday romance” mode or is it just me? Since the first snow of the year, right before Thanksgiving, I’ve been in the mood. So, I decided there was no need to fight it and […]
I fell in love with Teagan Hunter’s Let’s Get Textual a few months ago and decided to binge her backlist. The Here’s To series seemed like a great place to start!
After seeing the cover for The Bombshell Effect all over Instagram, I checked out the blurb, realized it sounded right up my alley and jumped right in when I saw it was available through Kindle Unlimited. This was a fun little book that was fairly low on angst and delivered a few laughs and swoons along the way.
I fell a wee bit in love with Kate Canterbary when I picked up Underneath It All earlier this year. I’ve wanted to read more from her since finishing that book, but for one reason or another, I’d not made time to do that. I’ve […]
If you’re looking for your next favorite rom com with a TON of heart, look no further. Let’s Get Textual is the book you need in your life. It was literally laugh out loud funny and totally charming, a the perfect palate cleanser after I […]
Despite never having read an Ella Maise book before, I’d had my eye on The Hardest Fall since it started popping up on social media. I love me some football books, so I was immediately drawn to the cover. But once I read the blurb, […]
Burn for You is one of those books that snuck under my radar for the longest time. It wasn’t until I saw all the excitement over the second book, Melt for You, that I decided I needed to check it out. I’m really glad I […]
I started eyeballing Ashley Pullo’s New Amsterdam books when they were first released because of those gorgeous covers. Once I realized they were part of Kindle Unlimited, I read the blurbs and knew I needed to read them sooner rather than later. It wasn’t long before I dove right in and fell head over heels in love.
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.
When I finished reading Grip, I was satisfied. I didn’t know that I necessarily needed more of Grip and Bristol. I was happy with how things wrapped up in Grip. Plus I was a little worried what kind of angst or drama would come their way in a second full-length book.
This book, y’all. After the events at the end of Flow, I suspected it would be a more difficult read. But, I had no idea what all it was going to put me through. Be forewarned, my review will likely be (at least vaguely) spoilery so if you’ve not yet read this book and want to go in blind, you might want to skip this.