Hmm…. Michelle’s mind brings us another sweet romance. I quite enjoyed reading this one.
Take a chance meet at a bar, add a small drunken dare, and that’s all it takes to change your life around completely. Continue reading “Tequila High by M. Leighton”
Lovely lovely lovely ❤
Couldn’t help but love Jackson so much. Here it goes…
Logan and Jackson are both awesome.
It’s incredible how sometimes when you least expect it, you find that person that ignites fire within you. And that’s exactly what happened to Logan when his rotation time in the next town and Jackson enters the room. Continue reading “Bishop Ridge by Cate Ashwood”
I LOVED this one. Reminded me so much of Yours to Keep in terms of writing, flow, emotional growth.
When you take a divorcee and a widower, both with a son the same age, the kids are bound to grow close.
But when that divorcee had a one night stand in an alley behind a bar, just as a rebound, you know, and her against the wall sex God is that very same widower, who doesn’t do repeats… yikes. Continue reading “Sleepover by Serena Bell”
I truly love Sarina Bowen’s books. And the True North series is just so emotional and good.
Up until Fireworks I felt like Griffin’s book is going to remain the best one in the series, but I think Benito and Skye might just be better.
Skye is coming back to Vermont, to her hated (rightfully, btw) past, for a few days, to help her step-sister. But her sister disappears and Skye is left with instructions to seek help from Benito (remember Zara’s twin? The cop?). Continue reading “Fireworks by Sarina Bowen”