Review: Understatement of the Year by Sarina Bowen

Check out on Goodreads | Shop on Amazon Genre: New Adult | Contemporary Romance | Hockey | MM | Second-Chance Romance Series: The Ivy Years #3 Read Count: 1 My Rating: 4 stars! Description:  What happened in high school stayed in high school. Until now. Five years ago, Michael Graham betrayed the only person who ever really … More Review: Understatement of the Year by Sarina Bowen

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: Kissing Galileo by Penny Reid

This is the second book in the Dear Professor series, and thank god I finally got my hands on it!! This book was teased in Penny’s newsletter for months and it was an agonizing wait! But finally, here we are. This one follows Emily Von… right after her professor sees her naked. Wait! Don’t leave yet! It’s all very aboveboard, I promise. She works as a lingerie model … More Review: Kissing Galileo by Penny Reid

Review: The Chase by Elle Kennedy

I’m going to preface this by saying that I adore Elle Kennedy, especially when she writes in tandem with Sarina Bowen. They write some steamy good college romances together, but I hadn’t read a college love story from just Elle Kennedy. I read this to fulfill the Reading Rush requirement to “Read a book set somewhere you wish you could go” (i.e., back to college) and for the OWLs Magical Readathon … More Review: The Chase by Elle Kennedy

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

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: 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 Hardest Fall by Ella Maise

Before now, Dylan Reed never knew I was secretly watching him. Now that we see each other every day, he knows when I have a hard time looking away. It doesn’t help that I’m not the most subtle person in the world either. He smiles at me and tells me he finds me fascinating because of my quirks. He thinks we’re going to be best friends. The more I get to know him, the more I don’t care that I’m not allowed to be his friend … More Review: The Hardest Fall by Ella Maise