SAY YOU SWEAR by Meagan Brandy ~ Review

⭐️ **I believe that the best way to enjoy this story is to approach it with an open mind and as little information as possible, so I’ll keep this much more vague than usual** Arianna and her twin brother, Mason, are extremely close, which I adored. They’re more than just siblings; they’re best friends. They grew up in the same neighborhood, surrounded by a loving … Continue reading SAY YOU SWEAR by Meagan Brandy ~ Review

Reckless Princess by Tracy Lorraine ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I am SPEECHLESS. If you thought Reckless Knight was mind blowing, buckle up Princess, you haven’t seen anything yet. In Reckless Princess, Toby brought his A-game, ovaries will explode, alpha-hole with a side of groveling, yes please. Reckless Knight has firmly established itself as the year’s darkest read and a new all-time favorite. Lorraine has truly instilled something exceptional in this series, none more … Continue reading Reckless Princess by Tracy Lorraine ~ Review

SECOND CHANCE SCANDAL by M. Robinson ~ Review

⭐️ I’m having a difficult time with this because I generally love Robinson’s books. **Spoilers below** I know some people get frustrated when a story shifts between the past and the present. However, normally it doesn’t bother me, as long as it makes sense and adds to the story. Second Chance Scandal alternates between the past and the present, but offers very little of their … Continue reading SECOND CHANCE SCANDAL by M. Robinson ~ Review

A Song That Never Ends by Jordan Marie ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Goodness gracious, I can’t think of a more fitting conclusion to Reed and Callie’s story. A Song That Never Ends is the third book in the Broken Road series and cannot be read independently. Angst and tragedy, the worst of humanity, seemed as if the world was doing everything it could to keep Reed and Callie apart. They had a heartbreaking journey, and I … Continue reading A Song That Never Ends by Jordan Marie ~ Review

LORDS OF PAIN & LORDS OF WRATH (Royals of Forsyth University) by Angel Lawson & Samantha Rue

Lords of Pain (The Royals of Forsyth University #1) ⭐️⭐️⭐️ This is my first book by either of these authors, and I will likely be looking for more by them. I’m kinda torn on this because while I enjoyed the story, also the unique aspects this duo added to make this differ from other books in this trope was great, but in my opinion there … Continue reading LORDS OF PAIN & LORDS OF WRATH (Royals of Forsyth University) by Angel Lawson & Samantha Rue

Second Shot with #76 by Piper Rayne ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Cory is one swoony pucker. Ande and Cory had a fling. That was all it was supposed to be. A week of fun, then they would return to real life, but with a little help from fate in disguise as a job opportunity that Ande couldn’t pass up, she’s now a Florida resident and about to be face to-face with the man she’s been … Continue reading Second Shot with #76 by Piper Rayne ~ Review

Flirt by Adriana Locke ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Flirt ticks off all my Locke-loving boxes. Swoony, witty, sassy, dustings of feels, and above all, the unconditional love of a new fictional family with whom I’m already obsessed.  Brooke was all sweetness and wit, which allowed her to stand out among the Carmichael sons. Her family was wretched with a side of vile. except for her grandmother, whom Brooke clearly resembled. Brooke had … Continue reading Flirt by Adriana Locke ~ Review

The Secret by Max Monroe ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Don’t tell Thatch, but… *whispers* Ty is unquestionably my new favorite book boyfriend from this author duo. The Secret had everything I’d come to love about their books: laughs galore, hot AF steam, feels that had tears streaming down my face, mostly from laughing, a little age gap with a side of forbidden, and I was 69 shades of addicted. Rachel was spirited, sassy, … Continue reading The Secret by Max Monroe ~ Review

Only One Forever by Natasha Madison ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 10 year old Dylan captured my heart, Only One Forever, and an adult Dylan stole a piece of my soul. As always, Madison exceeds expectations. This fictional family and the world it inhabits are truly magical. You begin to feel a sense of peace when you open the book, as if you are surrounded by your family. Even though the characters are fictional, the … Continue reading Only One Forever by Natasha Madison ~ Review

Bright Like Midnight by J. Wolf ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I’m not sure where to even begin. Bright Like Midnight was so much more than I ever anticipated. After reading Soft Like Thunder and seeing how Zadie and Amir met, I was next level intrigued as to how their story would play out, and Wolf delivered tenfold. Zadie and Amir were a raging inferno of chemistry. Zadie is incredibly sweet with a growing sense … Continue reading Bright Like Midnight by J. Wolf ~ Review