Review: Him by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy

Wes and Jamie were childhood friends, who went to summer camp together for six years, until something happened on their last summer and Wes never replied to Jamie again. Flash forward four years later, and they meet again at the Collegiate Hockey Finals in their last year of college. That is… until they both show up to spend one last summer to coach at their old Hockey camp. There’s a lot to unpack there … More Review: Him by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy

ARC Review: Beefcakes by Katana Collins

Check out on Goodreads | Buy on Amazon Genres: Contemporary | Rom-Com | Foodie Second-Chance Romance | Hate-to-Love Series: Maple Grove #4 Rating: 4 stars!  Description: Things are about to get sticky… I might as well permanently add the label “Ex” to my name. I’m an Ex-Mr. Universe. Ex-Mr. Olympus. An Ex-Hollywood Stuntman. But no one … More ARC Review: Beefcakes by Katana Collins

Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Kindle Unlimited Reads on my Spring TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is a hosted by Jana That Artsy Reader Girl, and is a fabulous meme that gives weekly prompts to answer. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. Click the link to join – we’d love to have you!  hello, loves!  … More Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Kindle Unlimited Reads on my Spring TBR

Review: Dear Aaron by Mariana Zapata

God…f*cking…dammit! This one was so good! It’s only a few days into the month and let me say, March is not messing around. I’ve had more five-star reads in the past week than all of last year! Already!! Gosh. Anyway, I’ve heard people worship and praise Mariana Zapata, and I’m sooo glad I’ve finally had the chance to read one of her stories! Because she gets praise for a good reason.  … More Review: Dear Aaron by Mariana Zapata

Review: Hotter than Ever by Elle Kennedy

Check out on Goodreads | Buy on Amazon Genre: Contemporary | Erotic | Military | Ménage Series: Out of Uniform #9 My Rating: 4 stars!  Description: Three is most definitely not a crowd… Claire McKinley has just experienced every bride’s nightmare: the groom is a no-show, and now she must face five hundred guests alone. Furious and humiliated, … More Review: Hotter than Ever by Elle Kennedy

Review: To Love Jason Thorne by Ella Maise

It’s a huge perk to be a bookish person reading about other bookish people! The main character, Olive, is an indie writer. She wrote a book (with the main character based off her childhood crush) and made it big – now, her book is being auctioned into a movie! Yayyyy! There were some really fun author-y scenes scattered in here, and … More Review: To Love Jason Thorne by Ella Maise

Review: Sweet Girl by Rachel Hollis

Max Jennings is in a bad mood, her natural state of being. Max’s bad mood means that very few people actually truly understand her or know that her secret dream is to be a pastry chef. When a rare opportunity comes to work for world-famous chef, Max jumps at the chance, and spends every spare minute practicing her craft. As she bakes, she builds an unlikely friendship with a man she once loathed and … More Review: Sweet Girl by Rachel Hollis

Review: The New Guy by VC Lancaster

This one is a sci-fi romance that definitely reads more like a contemporary novel, which I appreciate! It features a workplace romance between Maggie, a human, and Ro, an alien, when Maggie is put in charge of training this charming, scaled alien with cute dimples, a sexy voice and lot of secrets. As the two get closer, however, questions arise that threaten their relationship (as they do) … More Review: The New Guy by VC Lancaster

Review: The ET Guy by VC Lancaster

This one is a very quick sci-fi romance, that reads more like a contemporary novel. It features a workplace romance between a shy, grumpy, alien IT technician, and Lois, an alien refugee orientation leader who does the paperwork to make sure incoming refugees have a live set up when they arrive. Also, Lois frequently needs her computer fixed, but it’s by a surly IT guy who seems to hate the sight of her. Except … More Review: The ET Guy by VC Lancaster