Kayla Tirrell has become one of my favorite authors, especially when it comes to my love of contemporary stories. Today her newest book, Game Plan, is out in the world. Game Plan is also the fourth and final book in
Today is the release of Courtside Crush, by one of my favorite authors, Kayla Tirrell. I’ve loved all of her books so far, so when she sent me an ARC of this one, I was very excited. Courtside Crush is
The last and final installment of Disastrous Dates, The Maker’s Match, is available. I’m a little late posting my review on the blog, but I still wanted to share my review of this fun ending of the series. For a
It’s been quite awhile since we’ve done an author corner, so today it’s back for an interview with Kayla Tirrell. She’s become a favorite author of mine and I thought it would be fun to ask her a few questions.
Today is the release of the next book in the Disatrous Date series, The Grudge Match. If you want to see my reviews for the other books, I have already posted them for The Date Maker and Meet Your Match.
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
Last week I reviewed The Date Maker. That was the prequel in the Disastrous Dates series. Today is the release of the first book Meet Your Match. The first match goes on a date, but do they find love?
Kayla Tirrell is back with a new story The Date Maker: A Disatrous Dates Prequel. This is a novella and introduces us into the world of her new series and it’s out today! I have loved this author’s other work,
Chasing Love is the third and final installment of the Mountain Creek Drive trilogy. I read and reviewed Stage Kiss and Leah’s Song (my review of this book was posted earlier today), so I had to have this one as
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