Publication date: 03/08/2019 Kindle Unlimited: Yes Cliffhanger: No
This book was LOADS of fun. I might gush a little, so prepare yourselves…
First of all, the heroine, Marley, is far from at “rock bottom.” I mean, sure, things have gone wrong for her lately and she’s not thrilled to be back home in the small town she ran from after high school, but she’s not in any way broken.
Publication date: 08/31/2016 Kindle Unlimited: No Cliffhanger: No
Whether or not you like this book might depend on if you enjoyed The Hangover. Personally? I thought it was hilarious. (The sequels? Not so much. But I digress…) This book starts out kind of like The Hangover, in that Nate and Julia wake up naked in bed together with no memory of what happened to them the night before. From there, they have to piece together the previous night’s events while they’re both in Vegas (him for a friend’s wedding, her for a romance convention). The hijinks that ensue are cute, hilarious, and sexy, all at the same time.
Publication date: 02/08/2019 Kindle Unlimited: Yes Cliffhanger: No
I’ve had really crappy luck with Kindle Unlimited books lately. I’ve also had crappy luck with new-to-me authors lately. So when I saw this KU book by a new-to-me author, I was skeptical to say the least. But the blurb was good and the other reviews were good, so I gave it a try, thinking that if it sucked, I’d DNF quick if necessary. Imagine my absolutely joyous shock when I actually ended up LOVING the book! Yay, Kayley Loring!!
Publication date: 03/15/2019 Kindle Unlimited: No Cliffhanger: No
I’m a big fan of this author. Have been since 2014 when Worth the Fall came out. And even though I’m terribly behind on my TBR pile (which does contain several Claudia Connor books), I happily picked this one up from Netgalley and dived right in, secure in the knowledge that I’d love it. And guess what? Yeah, no surprise...I loved it.
Publication date: 02/19/2019 Kindle Unlimited: No Cliffhanger: No
Confession: I love this author, and I love this series. If you don’t believe me, check out my review for Most Eligible Billionaire. So, it should come as a shock to absolutely no one that I loved Breaking the Billionaire’s Rules.
Tia Louise is one of those authors I pretty much always 1-click. She writes witty contemporary romance with just the right levels of angst, sass, and feels. And then there’s also the smokin’ hot chemistry between her characters to consider. (We’re talking SUPER hot, lemme-fan-myself chemistry, y’all) I’m pretty sure I’ve never read anything of hers that didn’t work for me, and I’m pleased to say thatMake Me Yourswas no exception. Here’s what I loved:
There’s a lot of great things about this book, but the best by far is the hero, Brett. I would recommend this book to lovers of sweet, sexy rom com and contemporary romance solely because of him. He’s a nice guy hero (which I love)who isn’t a wimp, is comfortable in his own skin even though he’s not a six-foot-two, chiselled underwear model, and has a nice normal job as a marketing rep—not a Navy Seal/wolf shifter/rockstar/billionaire. Brett is the kind of guy you might actually meet in real life, but he’s also all kinds of fabulous. He’s smart, funny, confident, sexy, and just an all-around great guy.
I might have a slight addiction to this series. I loved books 1 and 2 (Butterface and Muffin Top, respectively)and couldn’t sign up for an ARC of Tomboy fast enough. I’ll most likely do the same thing when the next book in the series comes out, too. Why am I so addicted to this series? I’m glad you asked…
Paranormal romance makes me nervous these days, y’all. It’s always been one of my favorite categories of romance, but I’ve read A LOT of really bad PNR lately. Like, A LOT of it. I don’t know why this is. I blameTwilight. When that book came out and absolutely blew up in popularity, writers everywhere flocked to throw together PNR stories to meet the market’s demand. Probably less than a ¼ of them were any good, in my opinion.
This one’s a bittersweet review for me, folks. I ADORE this series, and this book lived up to every expectation I had for it...but it’s the last book in the series. So, while I’m sad that, like all good things, the series has come to an end, I’m so freakin’ happy to have read it from start to finish.
I’m not going to talk about the plot, because if you’re a fan of the series I’ll give too much away, and if you’re not a fan of the series, you’ll just be confused because there’s A LOT going on (all of it fabulous, of course). What I’ll talk about instead is all the other stuff I adore about the series:
If you’ve been paying attention to my reviews at all (even just a tiny bit), you know that I’m a HUGE Melanie Harlow fan. She’s one of a very select list of authors that I 1-click without question.She manages to deliver just the right balance of angst, laughs, feels, and scalding-hot sexy times. Angels sing when one of her new releases pop up on my Kindle. Not even kidding. So, not surprisingly,Only Lovewas a huge hit with me.
There’s just some authors you can always count on to deliver the goods, you know? These are the authors you 1-click without even reading the blurb, because you just KNOW it’s going to be worth every penny. For me, Christina Lauren is such an author. (Or, authors, since it’s really 2...but I digress…)
First of all, I ADORE a good friends-to-lovers romance, and Reid and Millie are the best of friends when the book starts. As I was reading, I really believed that these two people would do anything for each other. The unconditional friend love was there right from the start, and the sexy stuff that happened later on didn’t seem too far-fetched, either. Their romance was totally believable.