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 don’t think I’ve ever wished for a happily ever after more than I did for these two. Callie had been through hell and back, trauma that one does not simply recover from, and I believe … Continue reading A SONG THAT NEVER ENDS by Jordan Marie ~ Review

SCREAMS IN SYMPHONY by Kelsey Clayton ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Screams in Symphony is the jaw-dropping conclusion to the Malvagio Mafia duet, and it confirms Clayton’s ability as a writer who knows no limitations. I needed to know who, and a million other things had been swirling around in my thoughts since the mfing Suffer in Silence cliffhanger, and I couldn’t wait to read the rest of Saxon and Kage’s journey. We didn’t have to wait too long, fortunately. With everything that’s happened to them and everything that’s been revealed, Saxon and Kage aren’t the same people we first met. Kage has spent years allowing his desire for vengeance … Continue reading SCREAMS IN SYMPHONY by Kelsey Clayton ~ Review

THE DAMAGED by Tijan ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Damaged was fascinating from the first word to the last. A few words was all it took for reality to fade and I was fully engulfed inside this world. I honestly don’t know where to begin, of course I went into it not knowing what to expect, but even so, Tijan delivered an epic read that has my mind spinning. Bailey’s starting graduate school with bodyguards by her side. Now that the secret is out on who her father is and her relationship with Kash, people have begun to take notice of Bailey everywhere she goes. She was … Continue reading THE DAMAGED by Tijan ~ Review

THE PACT by Max Monroe ~ Review

The Pact is Max Monroe at their best: laughter and tears, with a dash of wit thrown in for good measure, expertly woven into an enthralling, feel-good romance.. Daisy embodied my favorite type of heroine; her rambling words gushed from her tongue at every moment of fear or silence, and her rambling quickly became my all-time favorite.I felt her anxiety in every word, as her anxieties and fears churned inside of her like a tornado, growing stronger with each word. I wanted to hug her at moments, and her incoherent ramblings made me laugh at other times. Flynn is Daisy’s … Continue reading THE PACT by Max Monroe ~ Review

KNOCKOUT by Jessica Prince ~ Review

Knockout is my new favorite in the Whiskey Dolls series. Layla was sweet and sassy, with a dash of sarcasm. She was also highly determined, and her positive outlook added to her admirability. Instead of becoming bitter and resentful, she became loving and offered every opportunity to wrap her love around others. She had every reason to be bitter and a list of reasons that could have dimmed her sparkling personality, but instead of becoming bitter and resentful, she became loving and offered every opportunity to wrap her love around others. Jude began growly with a side of judgy, but … Continue reading KNOCKOUT by Jessica Prince ~ Review

SWEEPER by Amy Daws ~ Review

Sweeper swept me away from reality and firmly planted me in the Harris Brothers world, where I remained until I lapped up every word like the Harris Ho that I am. It doesn’t matter if you’re reading your first Harris Brothers book or your tenth, a few pages in and it feels familiar, family and friends, you’re never a spectator, you’re a part of the world, and the profound love woven in the pages wraps its way around your heart, a loving hug that warms you throughout. Daphney is my very first book girlfriend. She had a unique personality, sassy … Continue reading SWEEPER by Amy Daws ~ Review

WHEN WE WERE RECKLESS by Emery Rose ~ Review

Emery Rose is a master of enthralling angsty stories, and When We Were Reckless is that and more. One page was all it took for me to become completely enthralled by Quinn. Quinn wasn’t just the youngest and the only girl in the family but she had dealt with health issues, and that meant that her family was beyond protective of her. Quinn was sunshine, she was optimistic with a side of witty sass. I loved the way she embraced life as the gift that it is, and while she generally lived cautiously, she was also willing to take chances. … Continue reading WHEN WE WERE RECKLESS by Emery Rose ~ Review

THE TROUBLE WITH #9 by Piper Rayne ~ Review

Piper Rayne upped their hockey game with The Trouble With #9 The trouble with number 9 is that he made me swoon, mesmerized me with his charm, made me want to punch him, and then made me fall in love with him all over again. Paisley is my type of person, she follows the rules and would choose to stay home in the evening over going out, and she’s not one to take chances. I don’t think I’ve ever had so much in common with a character. She’s also witty, sweet, she’s genuinely kind and it’s clear she’s in the … Continue reading THE TROUBLE WITH #9 by Piper Rayne ~ Review

THE PERFECT CATCH by Meghan Quinn ~ Review

Yet again, Meghan Quinn solidifies that there’s a difference between sports romance and a Meghan Quinn BASEBALL romance. I don’t know how she does it but every book that takes place inside the Bobbies’ or Rebels world is utterly bewitching, a few words and you are immersed inside this world until the very last word. Kate quickly stole my heart. She was sassy but also had a huge heart, she cared about the people in her life, but she also cared what happened to those around her, she genuinely wanted those around her to be their best selves, and she … Continue reading THE PERFECT CATCH by Meghan Quinn ~ Review

SOUTHERN HEAT by Natasha Madison ~ Review

Every book in the Southern series has been full of heart, unconditional love, heartbreak and healing but Southern Heat is so much more, hands down my new favorite in the Southern series. Willow, I don’t know where to begin, my heart broke for her, it broke more, and then it shattered. Her life had been filled with the worst kind of people, the type that breathed poison into the air everywhere they went, and in spite of the horror she lived she was good, genuinely so to her core. Quinn was honest, kind, loving, loyal, a bit growly, and he … Continue reading SOUTHERN HEAT by Natasha Madison ~ Review