MERCILESS KINGS by Becca Steele and C. Lymari ~ Review

Merciless Kings was an absolutely mind-blowing introduction to the Boneyard Kings world, with vengeful alpha-holes, an inquisitive girl, dark secrets, and even darker deeds that have yet to be revealed. Everly’s life had been turned upside down, and as if that wasn’t enough, she was sent to live in the United States with an uncle she barely knew. She was making the best of the situation, and one of the things she was doing was going to the same college her father had gone to. I’m not sure how to describe Everly; she was quiet but not meek, intuitive, and … Continue reading MERCILESS KINGS by Becca Steele and C. Lymari ~ Review

RESOLUTION by Adriana Locke ~ Review

I’m at a loss on where to start. Resolution embodied everything I admire about Locke’s writing: searing passion, amusing banter, feels, and a family that loves with a fierceness that we would all be fortunate to possess. Dara had lost her only parent, and to make matters worse, she had no other family, and her identity had been irreversibly shattered. And, while she could have let it affect her bright personality, she didn’t; she was sarcastic, quick-witted, and curious. Who wouldn’t be intrigued by the broody, enigmatic brother who keeps to himself? I’ve been looking forward to Wade’s story since … Continue reading RESOLUTION by Adriana Locke ~ Review

WICKED PRINCESS by Tracy Lorraine ~ Review

Wicked Princess picks up where Wicked Knight left off, every page takes you deeper inside this dark and twisty world reality ceases to exist, and Knight’s Ridge Empire is all that exists. Stella ups her game in Wicked Princess, she was sassy in Wicked Knight but Wicked Princess she allows more of her true self to be seen and it’s clear why she and Seb are so drawn to one another, she’s the only one wicked enough to give him a run for his money, and oh does she ever. Seb spent the majority of Wicked Knight demonstrating how deviously … Continue reading WICKED PRINCESS by Tracy Lorraine ~ Review

WICKED TRIALS by Elena Lawson ~ Review

Wicked Trials takes up where Crooked Crows left off, all I can tell is to brace yourselves for a deliciously dark and wicked ride that you won’t want to end. AJ constantly displays that she isn’t a helpless damsel in distress; she’s feisty with a sharp tongue and has the BA skills to back it up. Her goals and the offer that would give her a chance at a future she never imagined possible, an opportunity to leave who she was behind. All of that burnt up in smoke the moment the Crows set their sights on her, and it … Continue reading WICKED TRIALS by Elena Lawson ~ 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

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

EMPIRE OF DESIRE by Rina Kent ~ Review

Age-gap, forced marriage, new adult, angst, and a possessive alpha hero were all enthralling elements in Empire of Desire. While this is a standalone, if you’ve read the Thorns Duet, as I have, you’ve been as intrigued by Nate as I was, and yet his story was so much more than I could have anticipated. Gwen felt emotions deeply, she made a valiant effort to keep them locked up tight, but that only works for so long before those emotions erupt, triggering every coping mechanism a person has in an effort to find some solace from all of the feelings … Continue reading EMPIRE OF DESIRE by Rina Kent ~ Review

SWOON by Lauren Rowe ~ Review

I am deceased. I had no idea you could swoon to death, but that was only because I hadn’t met Colin and Amy yet. Amy took “no filter” to a whole new level. I have a crush on a girl. She was extremely sweet, but she was also sassy and extremely witty. Her personality was such a mishmash that she was truly one-of-a-kind; she was Amy, and nothing else could describe her. She was unlike any other heroine I’d ever read about which was all sorts of swoony. Colin, oh my goodness, *blushes* He was swoony. The best and worst … Continue reading SWOON by Lauren Rowe ~ Review

MY SISTER’S FLIRTY FRIEND by Piper Rayne ~ Review

The Greene Family is by far one of my favorite series to lose myself in, from the small-town setting to the family that makes you feel like you’re a part of it. Every element of this series makes you feel like you belong, and for some, that isn’t the case, so this magical world with the loving family provides a literary hug that surrounds your heart in all the good feels. Molly is sharp-witted and driven, and she has no intention of letting a man into her life or her heart. As Nikki’s best friend and because they genuinely love … Continue reading MY SISTER’S FLIRTY FRIEND by Piper Rayne ~ Review

PUCK SHY by Teagan Hunter ~ Review

Teagan Hunter can RomCom the hell out of any trope, as evidenced by this new sports romance. She’s mastered insanely witty characters, and each, like people in real life, have a distinct personality that ensures they stand out on their own. Puck Shy had me under a spell in the first chapter. All of the weight of reality melted away and I became fully immersed in this brand new hockey world. Harper was shy and witty, and she had a knack of inadvertently sharing her inner thoughts out loud. She stole my heart along with Collin’s; it was impossible not … Continue reading PUCK SHY by Teagan Hunter ~ Review