Gorgeous prose and a heartbreaking and intriguing plot from Kerrigan Byrne. However, the hero was such a total a**hole.
Another beautiful book by Christina Lauren – this time, about two teen boys finding love in conservative Provo, Utah.
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.
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.
Like other Colleen Hoover books, Verity was complex and stuck with me . Unlike her other books, this book was also terrifying and haunting.
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.
This book was complicated and beautiful and I really loved the emotional journey it takes its reader on.
I dove into Reese Witherspoon’s December book club pick, Conviction by Denise Mina.
This gripping suspense was impossible to put down. It tugged at all the right heart strings and left me devastated but hopeful.
This was the book that my gf and I would text about at all hours – as soon as I would get to the next twist and turn we immediately had to unpack it.
This was a suspenseful journey but worth it.