Reading this book was like reading a romcom. After reading the first book, Man Hands, which I enjoyed (too funny), I was looking forward to Ashley’s story with Braht. And now that I’ve read it, I can safely say I enjoyed it more.
Ashley, the ‘killer’ real estate agent is living the life. She controls her career, she’s gorgeous, has her best friends and knows how to have fun. The thorn in her side is Braht, Tom’s best friend (from book #1) and a fellow real estate agent is driving her crazy and turns her on like no one has ever before. Continue reading “Man Card by Sarina Bowen and Tanya Eby”
Yay for fun and clever little stories. The Debutante’s Wager is one of those; a short, light, funny, swoony, regency type banter.
I enjoyed it very much, you might, as well.
The last of the cousins has had his turn arrive. Cupid’s arrow, Aphrodite’s ‘curse’ or whatever you’d like to call it, is about to get fulfilled yet again. Or will it? Continue reading “The Debutante’s Wager by Donna Cummings”
I’ve been on a Tamsen Parker binge ever since I read her first story in the Winter Rain anthology. Been waiting for the SIG series since she disclosed writing it and I’m storming each book that comes out. I think it’s her ability to write pretty much anything: MM, MF, FF, BDSM and whatnot. Maybe historical/regency? I’m challenging you, Tamsen.
Miles and Crash couldn’t be more different and more perfect for each other in every single aspect of life and romance. Continue reading “Seduction on the Slopes by Tamsen Parker”
I’m starting this review with a big thanks to Cate Ashwood. I was in a book funk and, sure, it didn’t last more than a week. But that’s a long time for me.
Boys and girls, when you’re in a funk, here’s my tip: pick up a novella you know you can get through in a couple of hours tops (with a coffee break), and make sure it’s a trope you enjoy with a nice HEA. And you’re golden.
Jake and Dylan are besties. Boy besties. Sorry, if I didn’t mention it before, this one is MM novella. Continue reading “Cruising by Cate Ashwood”