Beautiful book! I love the friends-to-lovers aspect of it, although really, we all saw this coming a LONG way away (and I mean that as a good thing)! Caelyn's absolutely perfect for Drexel, and their journey gave me all the feels. Caelyn and Drexel's story gives me massive hope for the future. In time, maybe … Continue reading Review: Turn to Love, by Sibyl Eisley
As a fan of this series, I already had high expectations for the book. Kennedy did not disappoint, delivering the fantastic, witty banter, the FEELS (ohmygosh the feels), and a super satisfying story. I love a book that makes me laugh out loud, and the Off-Campus books definitely do this. The Goal stands alone, but … Continue reading Review: The Goal, by Elle Kennedy
When I saw this was on sale for 99 cents, I snatched it up. I mean, I'm a book blogger so I totally had to check this out--the heroine and hero get together to write erotic romance. I mean, how freaking meta is this? While I didn’t think all depictions of the business side of … Continue reading Review: Smut, by Karina Halle
Apples Should Be Red, by Penny Watson This was a short book, but a powerful one. The hero and heroine are older, with grown children of their own. Very set in their ways, I’d say this might fall into the “enemies to lovers” category, although I don’t see a whole lot of the insult trading … Continue reading Review: Apples Should Be Red
Everyone deserves an HEA!