Ever since I read, and loved Twisted Love, where we get to see a few fiery interactions between Jules and Josh I knew I needed to read their book. We get enemies to lovers between Ava’s [the MC of Twisted Love] BFF and older brother and it is steamy.
About a Rogue review [Desperately Seeking Duke book 1] A Scot to the Heart review [Desperately Seeking Duke book 2] She’s a duchess in all but name Philippa Kirkpatrick has been raised at Carlyle Castle by her doting guardian, the Duchess of Carlyle. Preoccupied with the succession of the dukedom and the duke’s health, theContinue reading “All the Duke I Need by: Caroline Linden”
If you’re looking for a paranormal romance with a deep history, and laws, associated with its pack I highly recommend giving this series a go.
We pick up directly where volume one left off getting to see a lot of day-to-day activities that Maxi does while continuing to try to prove her worth.
This was a novella, and I wish it would have been full length. I would have loved to see more of the world surrounding Angie and Josh.
Having read, and loved, Villoso’s CHRONICLES OF THE BITCH QUEEN trilogy I knew that I needed to read more of their work. When I found out that this series takes place in the same world, just at a different time period, I was ecstatic to jump back in…and it did not disappoint.
Having read this book three times now…I’m still in awe of how Traci crafted this book and that THIS was her debut novel. Such a fantastic fantasy world that I love to immerse myself in.
Releases: August 30th, 2022 I received an ARC through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Morgan Ross can plan world-class events, but she didn’t plan on returning to the hometown that broke her heart seven years ago—and re-discovering the girl of her dreams… With her career as a Los Angeles event planner imploding afterContinue reading “In the Event of Love by: Courtney Kae”
Ember was taught to only be loyal to and protect herself…Gavyn was taught to only protect and be loyal to his siblings…but together they learn to see the value in themselves, as well as each other…and maybe the risk is worth the reward of opening up to each other.
Though the loss of Ichigo’s father is discussed, overall, this is a very sweet and light-hearted read that had me giggling in joy and secondhand embarrassment.