Last October I got to read the first book in the Tin Gypsy series, Gypsy KingGypsy King. This book really surprised me and I loved it for that! The sequel, Riven Knight, released this week and today I want to
B.B. Easton is an author I’ve heard about before, but have never read a book by her. When I heard about the release of Fighting for Rain, I became curious. Seeing how that was the second in the trilogy, I
Sometimes you just need a fast and fun read with amazing characters and some steamy moments. So far every book in Kendall Ryan’s Hot Jocks series has filled these requirements (Playing for Keeps, All the Way & Trying to Score).
I’m going to start sounding like a broken record when it comes to writing my reviews for Kelsey Kingsley’s books. She is such an amazing writer and really sucks you in her stories. I’ve come to care about all of
As a contemporary lover, I’ve really enjoye Shani Petroff’s previous books (My New Crush Gave to Me & Airports, Exes and Other Things I’m Over). So I was really excited when she announced her new book, Finding Mr. Better-Than-You. Today
After reading Asking for a Friend, I couldn’t wait for the next book in the Boyfriend Material series. Sex and Other Shiny Objects is the next book in the series and was released on Monday. I can definitely say the
Corinne Michaels knows how to write books that hit you in all the feels. Ever since she started talking about her next release, I was really interesting. Come Back for Me sounded like it was going to be an amazing
The Roommate Duets have been a lot of fun. I really enjoyed Hunter & Lennon (Baby Mine & Baby Yours) and Mason & Sophie (Truly Mine & Truly Yours). While reading these books, Liam and Maddie have been characters we’ve
In all honesty, Cub wasn’t on my radar. Not until the publisher contacted me to see if I wanted to be a part of the blog tour. This middle grade graphic memoir sounded really interesting, so I couldn’t say no.
Fire & Bone is such a good book and I’ve been waiting for more in this series. The author recently gave us a short story/prequel, Spark and Sorrow, and it did not disappoint. Today I want to tell you about