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.
A brave heroine willing to risk everything she has for her family and a scarred reclusive Duke who is intrigued by the brazen Wallflower.
This book was so cute – a lovable heroine with 50’s pin up style who learns a lot of about life and love during a summer in a California beach town.
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.
I concluded the second book in the beautiful duet – I felt the genuine love between the pair – a love that spanned continents and years. Lennix is a strong and inspiring heroine with Native American heritage she is proud of. Maxim is ruthless and brave and adores Lennix. But I am not sure how much love I have for a billionaire turned politician, no matter how charming he is.
Oh how I absolutely loved this wonderful romance about Poppy, a shopgirl, whose crush, the Duke falls into a coma. She is mistaken for his fiancee and welcomed in by the Duke’s family, with the exception of the Duke’s sexy Scottish half-brother who has suspicions about Poppy. Lovely and just the right about tension, I truly adored this book.
We read Kerrigan Byrne’s How to Love a Duke in Ten Days for our book club pick this month and while I usually love this author, there was a lot I struggled with this book.
I saved the fourth and final book in Lisa Kleypas’s fantastic Wallflowers series for a time when I thought I would really need it. I am so glad I was able to escape into this book during quarantine.
I laughed and cried while reading this great book about a genetics professor on the autism spectrum and the direct, beautiful and fascinating woman who makes him reevaluate his methodical approach to life.
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?