This feminist take on an old-school romance trope features Seraphina, a woman outcast by society who loves to indulge in sex and alcohol. Her personality was a bit too toxic for me to fall in love but the writing was wonderful and the sex was hot.
Laurie experiences the shock of her life when her long term boyfriend breaks up with her and promptly moves on with another woman. Jamie needs to improve his reputation as the office lothario. The two hatch a plan to enter in a fake relationship but end up learning a lot about themselves and each other in the process.
This book featured an enemies to lovers coworker relationship and it was so cute and such an engrossing story, I finished it in a day.
Thank you to Net Galley and the publisher for my advanced review copy of this book. I really enjoyed this author’s writing style and this sweet love story but this book did move slowly for me.
This book challenged my expectations of fate and soul mates but the twist left me feeling a little icky. Read my full review here.
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?
A sexy novel about a beautiful rebellious blonde from uptown and the dark and reclusive casino owner whose mentorship she seeks.
I learned about this book from one of my favorite podcasts, Heaving Bosoms. This book was mysterious, suspenseful, intriguing and sexy. I really enjoyed it!
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.
Gorgeous prose and a heartbreaking and intriguing plot from Kerrigan Byrne. However, the hero was such a total a**hole.