RUTHLESS KINGDOM by Becca Steele and C. Lymari ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Ruthless Kingdom is the conclusion of the Boneyard Kings trilogy, and cannot be read as a standalone.  This is an extremely vague review, as I did with the previous two books. Do yourself a favor and avoid looking for spoilers; you will be doing yourself and the story a disservice. “Just cancel real life, open the book, become enchanted, and brace yourself for an epic mind—-finale, and hot AF steam.” I needed answers. Everything else faded away as soon as Ruthless Kingdom appeared on my Kindle; I needed answers. I needed something to cure the book hangover caused by Vicious … Continue reading RUTHLESS KINGDOM by Becca Steele and C. Lymari ~ 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 worked with the Carmichaels for years, and she was so at ease with them that she could fling sassy retorts at the guys one moment and talk business with the parents the next. It was … Continue reading FLIRT by Adriana Locke ~ Review

BLURRED LINED by Jessica Prince ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Within a few words, Prince can whisk you away from reality and immerses you in a fictional world that feels so much more. The small towns feel like home, and the characters feel like friends who become family. You’ll find an escape within the pages, and when you get to the end, your heart and mind will be lighter. I absolutely LOVED Aurora. She was endearing, witty, and sassy. I can’t think of anyone who would be a better fit for Callum. Her sweet and caring nature, her innate ability to read others’ emotions, her sass, every particle of … Continue reading BLURRED LINED by Jessica Prince ~ Review

THE REUNION by Meghan Quinn ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I’m not sure where to begin. There’s no chance of me being able to do justice to this beautifully crafted novel. Quinn is a one-click author for me because her words have a way of reaching the deepest parts of you, and between the witty banter and swooning, she weaves together lessons we can all learn from. While writing The Reunion, Quinn seemed to know exactly what my mind needed, my heart desired, and my soul required. It was a poignant story about family, miscommunication, self-reflection, digging deep and learning to love yourself, a series of life lessons, forgiveness, … Continue reading THE REUNION by Meghan Quinn ~ Review

REAP by Caitlyn Dare ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ That cliffhanger is the most cliffhangery, cliffhanger that has ever cliffhangered. I’m not OK. River’s story demonstrates Dare’s talent to a new level. I’ve been a fan of this duo since their debut, but this series is shaping up to be a cut above the rest. The characters’ depth and the intricately woven storyline are completely addictive. River has been on a journey to discover who she is since the moment she arrived in Savage Falls, and I love how it’s been played out in an authentic way. When she met Sadie and Quinn, she discovered her inner sass, … Continue reading REAP by Caitlyn Dare ~ Review

COWBOY UP by Jordan Marie ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I’m at a complete loss on how to express my love for Blue and Meadow’s story. Not to sound cliché, but it was more than worth the wait. As always, Marie weaves a story teeming with love and laughter, and interwoven throughout every page is heartbreak and healing. Meadow had been let down time and again by people who claimed to love her, so she built a wall around her heart, but when it came to Blue, she encased her heart in cement. After all, he had been her greatest heartbreak. Meadow was a sassy and sweet nurturer who … Continue reading COWBOY UP by Jordan Marie ~ Review

RUIN by Caitlyn Dare ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Dare excels at launching a new series with an addictive first installment, and Ruin is the most addictive to date. Red Ridge Sinners is going to be a hell of a ride. River has come into her own in many ways. She’s no longer the meek girl we first met; she’s got a fire about her now that wasn’t there before. In some instances, when her mind drifts, she reverts back into that girl, and in those moments without knowing all the details, you begin to understand the meek side of her, and in the moments she’s surrounded by … Continue reading RUIN by Caitlyn Dare ~ Review

THE TEMPTATION OF DIRTY SECRETS by Holly Renee ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Temptation of Dirty Secrets is the angsty AF, ALL-CONSUMING conclusion of Olly and Frankie’s story. The moment The Temptation of Dirty Secrets arrived on my kindle, nothing existed outside this fictional world. From the first word to the last, I was rooted to the spot, my eyes never straying from the screen until the very last word. Renee instilled such an extremely unique quality into the story, Ollie and Frankie’s story astounded me; every action and word was fraught with emotion, viscerally seeded and deeply ingrained in my heart. Frankie and Ollie’s isn’t one you simply read; every … Continue reading THE TEMPTATION OF DIRTY SECRETS by Holly Renee ~ Review

SOFT LIKE THUNDER by Julia Wolf ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Soft Like Thunder is a remarkable start to the Savage U series. If you’ve read The Savage Crew, you’ve probably been intrigued by Hells (Helen) since she was introduced, and I’ll tell you that whatever you’ve imagined about her is only a fraction of who she is. Helen is more of a BA than I expected; she’s fiery and driven, determined to do whatever it takes to become the person her dear friend saw in her, and she’s not going to let anyone stand in her way. She had so many different sides to her, and each one was … Continue reading SOFT LIKE THUNDER by Julia Wolf ~ Review

BLIND PASS by Teagan Hunter ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Blind Pass is so much more than a romcom; it’s laughter and feels, witty banter and insecurities, it’s everything. Hunter delivers her personal brand of witty banter and a level of raw emotion that took my breath away. In between the clever dialogue is a beautiful lesson on how what we see as our biggest flaw, someone else sees as our best feature. Ryan has been getting sucker punched by life lately, so she decides to spend some time in Vegas to drown out reality (with a lot of alcohol) before returning home to face it. She was sass … Continue reading BLIND PASS by Teagan Hunter ~ Review