Gorgeous prose and a heartbreaking and intriguing plot from Kerrigan Byrne. However, the hero was such a total a**hole.
A wonderfully written romance with likable characters and fun and sexy love scenes, This Scot of Mine was an enjoyable read but left me wanting a little bit more.
Like other Colleen Hoover books, Verity was complex and stuck with me . Unlike her other books, this book was also terrifying and haunting.
Christina’s Lauren’s beautiful writing make My Favorite Half-Night Stand an enjoyable read, despite a heroine who is catfishing her best friend.
A love story between two people with horrible pasts who are working hard to right the wrongs of the past and set themselves up for a promising future. I had trouble relating to this heroine but ultimately saw how she was perfect for the hero.
I dove into Reese Witherspoon’s December book club pick, Conviction by Denise Mina.
Time travel back to the New York of yesterday in this romance about an Uptown girl and the handsome lawyer with secrets to protect.
A headstrong fashionista falls for her best friend’s coworker in this sweet love story with a hidden depth.
I was really into the great plot and the characters were enjoyable, but I kind of hated listening to the audiobook of Christina Lauren’s Dating You / Hating You for one big distracting reason.
Can two strangers share a flat, and a bed, without getting tangled up? In The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary, Tiffy and Leon attempt it. This was such an intriguing concept for a romance and this book was hilarious as well.
“‘How’s our girl?’ I have a feeling Tiffy becomes ‘our girl’ easily. She’s the sort of person distant relatives and absent neighbors still like to claim some credit for.”