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Tag: Brighton Walsh
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.
Now that I’ve fully recapped my Top 10 of 2017, it’s time to look forward to those 2018 titles. Here are the ones I’m most excited about in the coming year!
It’s time again for the Monday Musts! I love this meme and am so excited Jessica of Lovin’ los libros came up with it! Let’s talk about my Must Read, a Must Listen and a Must See for the week, shall we? I was super duper lucky and […]
I’m going to keep my review of Our Love Unhinged super short and sweet. It was amazing. Absolute perfection. If you’re a fan of the Reluctant Hearts series, you’ll absolutely want to read this book. (If you haven’t already by the time you see this […]
Since I finished (head over heels in love with) Tessa, Jason and every single thing about Tessa Ever After, I’ve desperately needed more of this series in my life. I just can’t get enough of Brighton Walsh’s writing and her characters. I had pretty high […]
In my earlier post about holiday romances, I admitted that holiday romance novellas are one of my biggest guilty pleasures this time of year. After putting up the Christmas tree at my parents’ house, I wanted nothing more than to read one. So, that’s exactly […]
While there are multiple stories in the ’90s Playlist Anthology, my rating and review is solely on Brighton Walsh’s My Strongest Weakness. I’m a big fan of pretty much anything that takes me back to the ’90s, so I was over the moon when I […]
After reading and falling in love with Brighton Walsh’s Captive a couple months ago, I couldn’t help but want Riley’s story. He caught my interest. I was thrilled to get my hands on Exposed early. I really enjoyed this one. Exposed doesn’t waste any time in […]
As the ending approached, I wanted to find a way to stop time and keep living inside this book. Everything from the characters and their stories to the writing left me hopelessly addicted and unable to think about anything else once I started. (And long […]
After reading two of Brighton Walsh’s full-length novels in a week’s time, I found myself with a horrific book hangover. The only way to fix it was to read MORE of her books, so I dove into her backlist. Plus One sounded like a fun, […]
This isn’t the first time I’ve read a book with a similar setup, but this is one of the best of the bunch. Everything about Captive, ahem, captivated me. The characters are what made this book so special for me. I related to Madison immediately. No, I didn’t […]