I didn’t know what I was up against when I picked this book to read. But I can’t regret even one second.
This one is a surprise. It’s very different from anything of Sarina Bowen that I’ve read to date. Granted, that’s not a lot, but still. Tanya Eby, now, is completely new to me. Continue reading “Man Hands by Sarina Bowen & Tanya Eby”
Happy sigh. That’s what I did when I finished Last Call. This story is just what I needed and just when I needed it. Sometimes a genre with a certain trope just stumbles into your lap, and these two talented ladies delivered.
Quinn and Grayson are best friends from childhood, turned business partners. They rely on each other in almost every aspect of life. Quinn is easy going and accepting, very positive and sweet. Gray is more reserved and suspicious, and very very protective of Quinn. He’s also very much in love with his best friend, and have never acted on his feelings. Continue reading “Last Call by Christina Lee & Felice Stevens”
What a strange, strange time the past few days were. Reading this story (and my thanks to the publisher and NetGalley) was a weird rollercoaster of contemplation.
In some way, this book is what real life is about for college kids in Manhattan. NYC is a tough place to live in; it’s gritty, it’s fast-paced, it’s exhilarating and very lonely. In that respect I felt very connected to the story. Continue reading “This Love Story Will Self-Destruct by Leslie Cohen”
I’ve known about the SIG series for a while now, and I know I love everything Tamsen writes. But I didn’t realize (silly me) how awesomely she’d nail this genre of contemporary sports romance. OMG it’s so good, guys.
Also, I love books that broaden my knowledge base on different topics. This one’s just that! Continue reading “Love on the Tracks by Tamsen Parker”