⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Dom and Kasey are fire and ice, punishment and praise, a possessive AF alpha-hole and a heroine that excels in pushing all his buttons, a combination that makes Cruel Promise Romero’s hottest book to date. Cruel Promise is book 2 of Kasey and Dom’s story, and it cannot be read as a standalone. Kasey’s … Continue reading Cruel Promise by Daniela Romero ~ Review
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I have been (impatiently) waiting for Clara and Xavier’s story since the moment they went from best friends to strangers. All those little easter eggs of intrigue throughout the previous books were a torturous tease, but oh so worth the wait. Rayne’s novels are the perfect blend of the past and present; laughter and … Continue reading My Scorned Best Friend by Piper Rayne ~ Review
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Beauty and the Baller is an ultimate example of Madden-Mills’ talent, a sports romance with clever banter, heartbreak, healing, and, most importantly, heart. These characters and this story will steal a piece of your heart, and as Ronan says, “Win the heart.” Win everything. ” Nova’s mother passed away, and she returned to her … Continue reading Beauty and the Baller by Ilsa Madden-Mills ~ Review
#Mr. Silver is my new favorite in the Kings of Cypress Pointe series, and without a doubt, one of the top reads of 2021. While this is a stand-alone, I believe it’s best to read the series to fully appreciate it, as the dynamics of the Golden Crew play an important role in each couple’s … Continue reading #Mr. Silver by Rachel Jonas and Nikki Thorne ~ Review
I didn’t realize quite how much I missed the Devils of Sun Valley High world until I read the first few words of Cruel Devil and was immediately immersed back in the Devil’s world. Kasey is starting college early and will now be on campus with her brother and the other devils, but there’s one … Continue reading CRUEL DEVIL by Daniela Romero ~ Review
This was more than a romance, more than opposites attract, more than sports, L.A. Cotton weaved a beautiful story together and the portrayal of mental health was raw, heart wrenchingly accurate portrayal of what it’s like to live with your own worst enemy being inside your own head. Lily survived by going unnoticed, quiet, shy, … Continue reading OFF-LIMITS by L.A Cotton ~ Review
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