Annie is obsessed with rom-com’s, gets the chance to work on the set of a real movie, and catches the eye of the handsome and snarky leading man. Yet she can’t stop comparing her life to rom-com Tom. Can she be happy with real-life Drew?
This book was intense and beautiful and the ending totally destroyed me – because I need to know what happens next!
While I loved the journey and personal growth that our heroine, Calla, achieved during this book, the hero, Jonah, was rough and rude and it took him too long to soften up.
A very sexy story about a Priest and his congregant who find God and love at the alter in this book by Sierra Simone.
This brutal romance about a young sheltered daughter of a mobster and the love triangle she is forced into when a Senator blackmails her father into giving away her hand in marriage was a tough read. The compelling story kept me invested in their outcomes but it was a harrowing journey to get there.
I wanted so badly to enjoy Get a Life, Chloe Brown but I unfortunately did not like the main character and it was really hard to make it through this book. Read my full review here.
It turns out I should have had no judgements about this book. The description didn’t do it for me but I ended up loving this book. Read my full review here.
Christina’s Lauren’s beautiful writing make My Favorite Half-Night Stand an enjoyable read, despite a heroine who is catfishing her best friend.
The first book in her Ashers & Embers series, Storm is about a woman who gets trapped in a snowstorm and the sexy and troubled rockstar who comes to her rescue. There was a lot that I shouldn’t have loved about this book, but it was too good not to.
A headstrong fashionista falls for her best friend’s coworker in this sweet love story with a hidden depth.