6 Reasons I Loved The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez

It should be noted, that I read this book as Abby Jimenez’s debut, before I could get my hands on The Happy Ever After Playlist, the book I was really excited about! But I quickly realized that this book did not deserve to just be a “before” shot of Abby’s writing – because it was absolutely incredible. So here are #### reasons I absolutely adored The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez  … More 6 Reasons I Loved The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez

Review: The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai

The Right Swipe is the perfect example of #BookstagramMadeMe. I’ve seen this book around on bookstagram a lot lately, something that makes sense, as it was released in the second half of 2019. I loved the cover and the concept, of two people meeting on a dating app and then work coming into play, and right in between them, while at the same time, pushing them together.  … More Review: The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai

Review: The Kissing Game by Marie Harte

I’m reading The Kissing Game, amongst others, for a vlog of me reading a handful of popular romance releases. This was the first book I read for the vlog and I have to say… we’re not off to a good start. The Kissing Game follows Rena, a dive bar employee nearing her last day to open her own hair salon, and Axel, a regular who Rena’s been waiting to ask her out for about a year.  … More Review: The Kissing Game by Marie Harte

Review: Undercover Bromance by Lisa Kay Adams

Undercover Bromance is the second book to one of the most hyped and visible books on Bookstagram and Romance BookTube right now: The Bromance Book Club. My library loan for book two came first, so I dived into the second one without having read the first – a big mistake. Most romance books that feature different couples is essentially a series of related standalones – and I rarely read them in order … More Review: Undercover Bromance by Lisa Kay Adams

Review: Truth or Dare by Mira Lyn Kelly

I went into this one thinking it was going to be a snarky story, but one that was overall very light-hearted. I love characters who snark and have amazing banter and camaraderie, and this one did not let me down in that department. It follows Maggie Lawson, who lives in the same apartment building owned by one of her friends in their friend-group of four. And let me pause to say that this … More Review: Truth or Dare by Mira Lyn Kelly

Review: The Wonkiest Witch by Jeannie Wycherley

I picked up The Wonkiest Witch to fulfill my History of Magic exam for the OWLs Magical Readathon, which required me to read a book about a witch. I had several hard fantasy’s on my TBR already, so I wanted something comfortable and easy to wrap up my month’s reading with, so I went for The Wonkiest Witch, which I’d added to my Kindle Unlimited TBR not too long before.  … More Review: The Wonkiest Witch by Jeannie Wycherley

Review: Sweep with Me by Ilona Andrews

Ilona Andrews is one of my favorite husband-and-wife writing duo, ever! They’re the only ones I know of, but IA is also one of my top-two favorite authors. The Innkeeper Chronicles, of which this book belongs to, is their passion project that they publish chapter-by-chapter on their website. They don’t have a book deal for these books, it’s just something that they do in their free time and … More Review: Sweep with Me by Ilona Andrews

Review: Say You Still Love Me by KA Tucker

I’m absolutely ashamed that I forgot how much I love KA Tucker! It’s been awhile since I’ve read one of her books, but I can’t believe I’d forgotten to pick up her books over the years! I picked this one up at the recommendation of Jess @ PeaceLoveBooks on BookTube as part of Romance-opoly, a year-long reading challenge that I’m participating in … More Review: Say You Still Love Me by KA Tucker

ARC Review: Highland Conquest by Heather McCollum

Gosh I seem to be in the minority for this one, which is an usual occurrence for me but… kdslfj I just couldn’t get into this one. The first 16 percent, I was frustrated and would have certainly put the book down, if it wasn’t an ARC. Gradually… things got better and I was curious enough to finish it, but if I had not received this book for review, I’m not sure I would’ve gotten to that part.  … More ARC Review: Highland Conquest by Heather McCollum

ARC Review: To Have and to Hoax by Martha Waters

To Have and To Hoax really is a great title for this one. It’s a story about a married couple of 5 years, and in their fourth year of the Cold War Marriage. They were deeply in love and the best of friends in a passionate marriage, until an argument a year into their marriage destroyed their relationship. They merely exchange pleasantries now, and can scarcely stand to be in the same room as the other. … More ARC Review: To Have and to Hoax by Martha Waters