Posts

Showing posts from December, 2019

Best Romance Reads of 2019

Image
Can you believe is that time of the year again? For the last few years I have been unable to find one favorite book for the year and gave you all one or two choices a month. I will do that this year again, however, there was ONE book (out of 145) that stood out from all the others this year for me. One with a story I could not forget and that I even managed to get non-romance readers to give a try! 
*for you with sensitivities, there is a picture of a butt somewhere in this post.... just saying...

Forever and a Duke (Rogues to Riches #3) by Grace Burrowes

Image
Where to begin? Grace Burrowes is a master of her craft. If historical romance is something you enjoy reading she is one of those authors that can never fail. On top of that, The Rogues and Riches series happens to be a favorite of mine. Needless to say, I loved the book :)

Spun Out (Blacktop Cowboys #10) by Lorelei James [arc review]

Image
New York Times bestselling author Lorelei James returns for another wild ride in Wyoming with a new Blacktop Cowboys® novel.

Wolf Gone Wild (Stay A Spell #1) by Juliette Cross [arc review]

Image
Will I ever not like a Juliette Cross book? No, no I won't!  Wolf Gone Wild was the perfect mixture of shifter glory, humor and sexiness.  Yes, 'shifter glory' is a thing. Go with it! 

The Christmas Keeper (Happily Ever After #2) by Jenn McKinlay [arc review]

Image
I adored the first book in this series, The Good Onesand I was looking forward to The Christmas Keeper. It wasn't as good as the first, but it still was a pleasurable read and perfect for Christmas!

Never Kiss a Rockstar (Rockstars in Kill Devil Hills #2) by Sarah Darlington [arc review]

Image
Another day another Rockstar Romance. Ready?

Renegade (Knights of Fury #2) by Chantal Fernando [arc review]

Image
New York Times bestselling author of the Knights of Fury MC series Chantal Fernando is back with trouble in the form of a renegade .

Leave Me Breathless By Jodi Ellen Malpas Narrated by Anya Winter & Jack George [arc review]

Image
"From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the This Man series comes a sexy and emotional follow up to her wildly popular standalone romance The Protector.
Ryan Willis has spent years in the protection business, a job that requires constant vigilance and quick thinking. His only chance to truly relax is at his secluded cabin in a small town where there are never any surprises. So when Ryan returns after an assignment and encounters a beautiful stranger, he isn't only surprised, he's also instantly intrigued.
Hannah Bright is a breath of fresh air, and Ryan is soon completely consumed, unable to stop from falling for her. As the two grow closer, his instinct tells him something is amiss. Yet nothing could prepare him for what he discovers when he starts digging into her past.
Hannah spends her days painting, running her arts and crafts store...and hiding too many secrets. It's why she won't let the ruggedly handsome bodyguard get too close. But their chemistry …