LAST ON THE LIST by Amy Daws ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ When life gives you lemons, ignore them and read an Amy Daws book. That’s my new philosophy on life. Last on the list is my new favorite in, well, every trope it entails/Single DadRomcomBossMillionaire Daws not only nailed it, but she shattered the ceiling in every way imaginable. The swoon, the awkward situations that made me snort laugh, the tears shed from laughter, the heartfelt moments, and the scotch from heartbreak. It was everything at the same time. It was perfection. Cozy lives her life in a way that many people don’t understand, but it makes me love her … Continue reading LAST ON THE LIST by Amy Daws ~ Review

OFF SIDE WITH #55 by Piper Rayne ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Off Side with #55 packed an emotional punch along with laugh-out-loud moments, witty banter, and uber hot steam. I can’t imagine a better way to bring this series to an end.  Rayne drew readers in with the blazing chemistry between Jana and Kane, and turned it into a literary slow-burn. They were fiery chemistry and ice cold hearts, all physical and no emotions involved, but it was only a matter of time before the fire melted those icy hearts. Saving them for last was a sure way to give readers literary blueballs, but oh it was so worth it. … Continue reading OFF SIDE WITH #55 by Piper Rayne ~ 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, and quite savvy. She was also under a lot of pressure, and those parts of her allowed her to get a break from the weight of other people’s expectations. I loved how she wasn’t afraid … Continue reading THE SECRET by Max Monroe ~ 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

MY FAMOUS FRENEMY by Piper Rayne ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Greenes are one of my favorite fictional families; each book makes me wish that being adopted by a fictional family was a real thing. Posey is the ideal mix of sassy and sweet. She’s quick to toss sarcastic retorts at Gavin at every chance, but beneath that is a girl who just wants her mom to get everything she’s ever wanted, even if that means pushing away the man who sets her on fire in all the best ways. Gavin went from child star to teen heartthrob in a lifetime spent in a cutthroat industry that began with … Continue reading MY FAMOUS FRENEMY by Piper Rayne ~ Review

Put Me in Detention by Meghan Quinn ~ Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Put Me in Detention has everything I love about Quinn’s novels: witty characters, laughter, a tension-filled slow burn, and, as always, she instills a lesson that we can carry with us long after we finish the book. I’d been looking forward to reading Cora’s story since we first met; there was something about her that drew me in, and as I read Put Me in Detention, I knew her story was one I needed, a story that would become ingrained in my heart. Cora had a vibrant and sassy side, but she was also reserved and closed off at … Continue reading Put Me in Detention by Meghan Quinn ~ Review

OFF THE BENCH by Alley Ciz ~ Review

Off The Bench is UNEQUIVOCALLY my new favorite #UofJ Ciz shattered the ceiling on any preconceived notions I had in regards to CK and Q’s story. Quinn is a spitfire, a sassy ray of sunshine; her outgoing personality lights up a room, and her heart is the most beautiful part of her. She was much more than she appeared, and I adored every aspect of her, from the crazy to the quirky. CK was a fantastically fleshed-out character who quickly stole my heart and scorched my soul. He’s shy, adorably awkward, and he’s been taken in by this group of … Continue reading OFF THE BENCH by Alley Ciz ~ Review

MY UNEXPECTED SURPRISE by Piper Rayne ~ Review

My Unexpected Surprise held quite an unexpected surprise in the pages. The connection between Allie and Fisher held an intensity like no other, and I’m honestly at a loss for words on how to adequately explain all of the ways that made this novel stand out from the rest. Allie was sweet; she had planned how her life would go since she was a little girl and being pregnant from a one-night stand was never in the plan. And now, here she was, pregnant by the man with whom she had once developed a friendship, and then he was gone. … Continue reading MY UNEXPECTED SURPRISE by Piper Rayne ~ Review

INCORRIGIBLE by S.M. Shade ~ Review

Incorrigible is without a doubt my favorite laugh-out-loud book of 2021. Zara is a bit reserved, preferring to observe the craziness in the neighborhood rather than participate in it. She’s also sassy and quick-witted, and she’s unquestionably my new favorite in this series. She had a vision of her future, and it didn’t include her playboy roommate, until it did. Marty fits into Violet’s circle because he’s outgoing, doesn’t mind making a fool of himself, and has just the right amount of crazy and his own brand of swoon. I can’t express how much I adore him; his easy-going demeanor … Continue reading INCORRIGIBLE by S.M. Shade ~ 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