New Review! Bringing Down the Duke by Evie Dunmore

I loved this book, for its extremely intelligent heroine, the attention to historical detail and the impeccable writing. If you have even a passing appreciation for historical romance, you have to read this book!

Read my full review here.

New Review! Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating by Christina Lauren

Stop what you are doing and go read this book right now! I cannot sing the praises enough for this love story of a quirky girl and the guy she has pined for since college. I was couch-stranded with a broken foot and devoured this book in hours.

Read my full review here.

New Review! Worth Any Price by Lisa Kleypas


Lisa Kleypas continues to show why she is one of the best authors in the historical romance genre. Her third book in the Bow Street Runners series follows Lottie, who is trying to hide from her past, and Nick, who is trying to outrun his.

Read my full review here.

“And the challenge of taming him, matching his powerful will with her own, was too tempting to resist.”

New Review! The Bride Test

An amazing follow up book to her first novel, The Love Quotient, Helen Hoang passes The Bride Test with an above average score.

“Meeting his eyes, she said, “Thank you for driving me. And about the looking…” Her lips curved into a smile that was almost shy. ‘You can look at me however long you like. I don’t mind it. Good-bye, And Khai.’”

Read my full review here.

New Review! Fix Her Up by Tessa Bailey

I totally loved this hilarious and sexy book about a girl trying to get her life together and her childhood crush who needs to do the same.

“Sweet lord, his body heat was like being wrapped in warm cashmere in front of a roaring fire.”

Read my full review here.

New Review! The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang

“The gelato shop dropped away. The people disappeared. In that moment, it was just her and Michael, the taste of ice cream, and their slowly warming lips.”

I adored this book and giving it a resounding 5 stars. Read all about it in my full review here.

“That was what they were. They were lovers. She liked the sound of that, quite a lot.”