This was utterly adorable! I rarely read Middle Grade books, but I knew this had promise since Schwab is such an amazing writer. I was not wrong, I don't care what age is the target audience for this, I LOVED it and I cannot wait to find out what happens next.
I read this book in one sitting while on the plane making my way back home from a Romance Author Event in the Twin Cities. Loved it! It was funny, sweet, romantic, steamy, completely utterly unrealistic but in a fun heart warming kind of way... Here is the Blurb: To catch a thief…or fall for one? All Nick Norton wants is to stay on the straight and narrow…and never get caught stealing again. Then he lays eyes on her: Stella Peretti—100 percent sexy and absolutely irresistible. Especially when he sees her smooth moves lifting a two-karat diamond. Nick realizes he’s found the sparkling woman of his dreams—one so perfect for him it’s almost criminal. The Shimmy Shimmy Bangs are master jewel thieves who are planning the heist of the century. And Shimmy leader, Stella, isn’t about to let anyone—even if he is a hunky, tatted-up studmuffin—get in her way. But when two of her girls are put out of commission, Stella realizes that Nick isn’t just a red-hot distraction. He might b
This is my favorite work by Juliette Cross so far. Dommiel was a hard demon not to fall in love with... Are you looking for a great paranormal romance? You have found it! Darkest Heart may be a romance story, but it is also a lot more than that. It is a story of redemption and forgiveness. We all make mistakes, and we can all bounce back. In this case, starting with our demon Dommiel.
I know I am a little late to the party but better late than never right? I love Christina Lauren and this did not disappoint. It was a wonderful read and I really didn't want it to end... I find that I never want anything Christina Lauren writes to end... I mean, can we have another Beautiful Bastard book please? hehe Seriously amazing talent there! Loved it!
Hello Sunnies! Hope you are having a blast today. Vein of love was a great debut novel and the author certainly deserves praise for it. Her concept of demons was really interesting and well executed. If you like paranormal you will likely enjoy this read.
Wild Hunger, Chloe Neill Wild Hunger was a fabulous urban fantasy story with a dash of the paranormal! As a paranormal lover I was impressed, it was well written and well executed. It was also fast paced (always a bonus), had a great story-line, and lovable relatable characters!
Tarnished City, Vic James Tarnished City was even more intense than Gilded Cage. It was darker and more heart-wrenching too. There were plot twits and new information being thrown at you at every turn, which left you constantly at the edge of your seat. If you liked the first book there is no way you are not going to like this one too.
It seemed like a good idea at the time, Kylie Scott Hello Hello Sunnies! Another day, another beauty by Kylie Scott. It does not reach Stage Dive and Dive Bar status' of epicness (not sure many books can 🤔) but it was good. It is all about a forbidden romance, a young girl who fell in love with her father's friend/worker, and their paths inevitably crossing once again when she is older.
Seafire, Natalie C Parker Sisterhood is Survival Seafire follows the captain of an all female ship put together after a tragic incident. Those fierce and loyal girls want nothing more than to take down the vicious warlord's fleet who has destroyed so many lives.
My Commander, Alanea Alder So far, my favorite read of the year! The latest book in this series came out this past April and I have been dying to start it. Immediately after I finished the first book I went online and ordered the rest. This book was phenomenal. I could not stop laughing from beginning to end. It had the utmost perfect balance between humor and romance. The perfect pnr!
This was the usual Feel Good Romance that Helena Hunting writes so well! It is no secret that I love her books and The Good Luck Charm did not disappoint. "I was trying to be logical, because God knows nothing about the way I loved you was rational..."