ARC Review: Prose Before Bros by Cathy Yardley

Nothing about being a librarian prepared her for such so many casseroles. Or life in a small town. Or becoming a farmer. But what can she do when her catastrophe-prone best friend begs her for help? Simple, all she has to do is: learn about farming ASAP, save her BBF’s family business from disaster, and avoid being caught staring at Maddy’s biker brother, and his muscles, and his smile, and his soulful, sexy eyes. … More ARC Review: Prose Before Bros by Cathy Yardley

Kindle Unlimited TBR: Friends-to-Lovers!

In today’s Kindle Unlimited feature, we’re exploring books that feature one of my favorite tropes: friends-to-lovers romances!! There’s something about this trope that always hooks me. Maybe it’s the slow-burn, the questioning, the agony of the decision of whether to go for it, the wondering if he/she feels the same way… *shivers*  … More Kindle Unlimited TBR: Friends-to-Lovers!

ARC Review: Crime and Periodicals by Nora Everly

Sabrina has been hiding in plain sight for years. Living her life inside of books, dutifully helping her family, and hoping no one will notice her. Yet when sexy—and distrustful—sheriff Wyatt Monroe returns to town with his daughters, he definitely notices the quiet librarian everyone else overlooks. The single dad can’t seem to shake thoughts of shy Sabrina. Wyatt makes his mission finding her again … More ARC Review: Crime and Periodicals by Nora Everly

Kindle Unlimited TBR: Sports Romances

Today, obviously, we’re exploring sports romances :) Sports romances are a HUGE favorite!! (Especially hockey ones by the Queen herself, Kelly Jamieson.) There’s usually a deliciously hunky male lead, and they’re usually NA, which I also adore. It’s hard to find a good NA book, but usually if you pair it with a sports romance, that’ll get you where you need to be. College athletes? Where can I sign up.  … More Kindle Unlimited TBR: Sports Romances

Review: Smut by Karina Halle

What happens when the kink between the pages leads to heat between the sheets? What Blake and Amanda don’t want is to be paired up with each other for their final project, but that’s exactly what they both get when they’re forced to collaborate on a writing piece. When their writing project turns out to be a success, the two of them decide to start up a secret partnership using a pen name, … More Review: Smut by Karina Halle

Kindle Unlimited TBR: High School Romances

High school romances are fun, because they regularly feature some of my favorite tropes and are so adorably full of questionable decisions, angst, drama and sweetness. Kisses are such a big deal in these books, whereas they’re given so much more freely in older romances, which I adore. This often lends itself to a wonderful slow-burn of longing glancing and unrequited love and some minor stalking in school. No biggie … More Kindle Unlimited TBR: High School Romances

ARC Review: Stud Muffin by Jiffy Kate

After Tempest Cassidy walks in on her husband banging her high school nemesis, she goes from being known as the Duchess of Muffins to the town crazy set on revenge. Eventually, Tempest grows weary being arrested. Just as she decides to get her life back on track, in walks Cage Erickson, new to town, and they agree to be friends. But when lines get blurred in the friend zone … More ARC Review: Stud Muffin by Jiffy Kate

ARC Review: ICED by Jacob Chance

Oliver Ice, one of Boston University’s notorious hockey players, has been on my radar since I slammed into his rock-hard body during my first week of college, three years ago.But when Oliver overhears a private conversation, he offers to be the one thing I need more than anything– my pretend boyfriend. One weekend was all it was meant to be. How do I protect my fragile heart when the lines between fantasy and reality blur with our first kiss? … More ARC Review: ICED by Jacob Chance

Review: Work in Progress by Staci Hart

This is a good book to just sit back and let the story take you. It’s a fun, entertaining read that I do recommend. It has flaws, but I still love the book evermore for it, not just in spite of them. It’s a very sentimental, adorable, whimsical romance that’s centered in reality but often plays outside of those bounds. A worthwhile read, but don’t expect it to mirror real life!  … More Review: Work in Progress by Staci Hart