Review: The Perfect Duet by Meghan Quinn

I don't even know where to start. I was going to review the books separately but I can't, I'm a mess. This was my first time reading Meghan Quinn but it certainly won't be the last. This is gonna be so jumbled up and I'm...

Review and Giveaway: Dr. Strange Beard by Penny Reid

Roscoe Winston is the quieter youngest brother of the Winston brothers. The sweet and thoughtful Veterinarian. All the winston brothers are different from each other but what makes Roscoe different from the rest is his ability to retain memories and conversations. This has caused...

Review and Excerpt: The Prince by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Brighton Jussier is a girl on a mission, wanting revenge for the death of my mother. She's longer the girl she used to be. Prince Caden committed atrocities under the control of the evil fae Queen but remembers each act and wants nothing more...

Review: Not So Nice Guy by R.S. Grey

In R.S Grey’s hilarious and sweet Not So Nice Guy, two best friends finally give in to their mutual attraction and love. Samantha Loring and Ian Fletcher are teachers at the Oak Hill High School, they became best friends when they met at the teachers...

Review: The Hardest Fall by Ella Maise

I had been waiting for Ella Maise to release a book ever since reading To Hate Adam Connor back in 2016 and while I'm not a huge fan of NA romance I wanted to read this one as soon as I read the blurb...

Review and Excerpt: Once Upon A Real Good Time by Lauren...

Mackenzie is a single mother who loves trivia at one of her non mom nights and does trivias at a local pub where she meets a musician 'guitar hero' as she thinks of him. Campbell was a teen idol when he used to perform with his...

Review: Arrogant Devil by R.S. Grey

Meredith Avery one night decides enough is enough and just with the clothes on her back leaves her abusive husband behind. Meredith married very young, her husband for all intents and purposes to the outside world is the perfect husband and they have a...

Review: Forget You, Ethan by Whitney G.

Who doesn't love enemies to Lovers romance, it is one of my favourite tropes to read in romance. In Whitney G.'s Forget You, Ethan; Ethan and Rachel have been enemies since they met when they were both 7 and a half years old. Ethan and...

Review and Giveaway: The Christmas Sister by Sarah Morgan

Sarah Morgan writes such beautiful tales of romance, this one though is slightly different as it focuses on a family rather just one couple and their romance. It’s about a mum and her three adopted daughters. It is still no less heartwarming and the...

Review: Block Shot by Kennedy Ryan

Well well well. This was my first read by Kennedy Ryan and I went into this book just reading the blurb and I had no idea about certain things that might have stopped me from making that horrified face I made when I realised...