The Bridesmaid & the Jerk left me wanting more! When the authors announced book two I was so happy. Today is release day for The Bridesmaid & the Ex and I had the chance to read it early. Another big thanks to these authors for providing me with an ARC to read and review! Now let’s talk about this book.
If you’ve been following the blog for awhile, you know I’m a big fan of contemporary books! Kayla Tirrell and Daphne James Huff have already worked on a few series together, but The Bridesmaid and the Jerk is their first step away from young adult together. Today I want to tell you a bit about this book and of course share my review.
A big thanks to the authors for providing me with an ARC to read and review!
Shelfbrooke Academy has been a fun series so far and I’ve read a few of them so far (Twelfth Knight, Tessa and Sway). All of them can be read as standalones. Love Lessons is the fifth book and a modern day retelling of the classic Shakespeare play Love’s Labour’s Lost. I’ve never read that, but this book sounded like something for me!
A big thanks to the author for providing me with an ARC to read and review!
As a big fan of contemporary books, I knew I was going to need to read the Varsity Girlfriends series. I’ve already read and reviewed Courtside Crush and Off Center and loved them! Today is the release day of the third book in this series, Rebound Boyfriend. Once again, a big thank you to the author for providing me with an ARC to read and review!
I read the three books in the Mountain Creek Drive trilogy by these three amazing authors. They takes place in the early 2000s. I loved them because they bring back so many memories of when I was a teenager. Now that have published Carnival Wishes, three short stories that focus on characters we meet in those three books.
Leah’s Song is the second book in the Mountain Creek Drive trilogy. I already read and reviewed Stage Kiss, so I was happy to get the opportunity to read the second one as well. I was curious to see if this one would bring me down memory lane just like Stage Kiss did.
Not too long ago I read Kayla Tirrell’s trilogy. I loved those and happened to notice she was offering the opportunity to read the book she wrote with Daphne James Huff and M.F. Lorson. This book has three short stories and is the perfect way to start off the holiday season.