#MR. SILVER by Rachel Jonas and Nikki Thorne ~ 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 story. Lexi is as sassy as they come; she doesn’t take anything from anyone; she’s got a fire burning inside her; her personality may be fiery, but her heart and emotions are on ice. She has a group of friends she adores, but she keeps … Continue reading #MR. SILVER by Rachel Jonas and Nikki Thorne ~ Review

WICKED EMPIRE by Tracy Lorraine ~ Review

Wicked Empire is a wickedly EPIC conclusion to Stella and Seb’s story. The moment I read the first few words, I knew there was no chance of me doing anything else until I read every word, and that proved to be exactly what happened with no conscious effort on my part. Every word intensified my craving to know how this would play out. I’m glad Lorraine opted to make this a trilogy; I’m as impatient as the next person, but each book and the events that took place, in my opinion, all served a purpose in establishing Seb and Stella’s … Continue reading WICKED EMPIRE by Tracy Lorraine ~ Review

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

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

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

WICKED KNIGHT by Tracy Lorraine ~ Review

Wicked Knight is an utterly engrossing start to the Knight’s Ridge Empire series; I was glued to my kindle until I finished every single word. Stella is an American, and after years of moving around the country, her father has decided to make another move, this time to the United Kingdom. She doesn’t expect them to stay long, but she soon discovers that secrets are being kept, lies are being told, and she appears to be the one left in the dark. Stella is no damsel in distress; she is fierce, capable, and daring. There are many strong female protagonists … Continue reading WICKED KNIGHT by Tracy Lorraine ~ Review

BROKEN PLAYBOY by Laura Lee ~ Review

Broken Playboy was an emotional roller coaster; I was completely at the mercy of Laura Lee’s words, my heart was a pawn, my mind was engrossed inside the Windsor Academy world, but it was the promise of a happily ever after that shielded my soul from being destroyed by this heartbreakingly beautiful story. Sydney was effervescent, a little ray of sassy sunshine walking the halls of Windsor Academy. She was the perfect addition for this motley crew of my favorite Windsor Academy students, standing out in a sea of pretentious and catty jealousy-filled girls. Bentley wasn’t the fun-loving playboy he … Continue reading BROKEN PLAYBOY by Laura Lee ~ Review

ONLY ONE REGRET by Natasha Madison ~ Review

Only One Regret turned me into a mess of heart eyes with a gooey Grant family center, our mini-Cooper proves that he not only lives up to his namesake but manages to make it his own. Natasha Madison never fail to astound me; she has a way of creating worlds that make you feel at home, like a breath of fresh air on a hot summer day or a warm embrace; all of these things instill comfort inside you, and when you open one of her books, you will find the love of family awaiting you. Cooper is witty and … Continue reading ONLY ONE REGRET by Natasha Madison ~ Review

CANARY by Tijan ~ Blog Tour

Canary had everything I love about mafia books with an added Tijan spin making this a cut above others in this trope. Canary ensnared me in the first pages, and I knew I wouldn’t be participating in real life until I reached the end. Ash is so hard to try and explain, she had so many unique qualities that made her who she was, but she also adapted to change effortlessly, a way to survive in a world where many didn’t make it out alive. It felt like every chapter offered a new depth, and along with that came some … Continue reading CANARY by Tijan ~ Blog Tour

THE DECEIT OF A DEVIL by Holly Renee ~ Review

The Deceit of a Devil is the formidable conclusion to Carson and Allie’s story. My heart was in tatters after The Taste of an Enemy and that tortuous cliffhanger, and the only way to heal was The Deceit of a Devil, but before I was healed, I was put through the wringer of angsty feels. Every moment I spend inside The Boys of Clermont Bay world, not only do I become more invested in this addictive series, I become more in awe of Holly Renee’s exquisite story telling ability. Each character’s emotion pulsated through me, every heartbreak, painful word, devastating … Continue reading THE DECEIT OF A DEVIL by Holly Renee ~ Review