Ok kids, we got through the series. Typically, I'd give a plot summary and a few things I like and didn't like, but this last one's gonna be a little different because I kind of am on a soapbox as I closed out this tetralogy. Both "twists" I anticipated did occur, so that was a … Continue reading Salvation by Cassie Hargrove
Follow along as drama unfolds and plot twists arise.
Seduction dives deeper into our RH adventure. Does it live up to its title?
A reverse harem based on the 7 deadly sins and 1 innocent girl... how's the first book in this tetralogy shape up?
I'll be honest, the cover drew me in on this book. I got a little bit into it and realized that there might be multiple love interests. I went back, checked, and confirmed that this is a reverse harem love story. Before we dive into it, can we just talk about the "reverse harem" name? … Continue reading Find Me by Ashley N. Rostek
So, I'm obsessed with those cake decorating videos Facebook keeps recommending me on the new videos tab and willingly clicked over to check for a new one when I opened the app and saw a notification for a new video. It was actually a trailer for a movie coming out soon. I watched the trailer … Continue reading After by Anna Todd
I loved this story. It's your typical boy meets girl... with a little porn mixed in. No. Not as in steamy romance, although this fit that bill as well. As in the characters do a little porn. Anyway, it wasn't some hugely fresh angle on a romance that made me love this story, but more … Continue reading Gods & Monsters by Saffron A. Kent
As I write this, I realize that I published a pensive post at the beginning of last year, too, based on James J. Cudney's Watching Glass Shatter. This year, Holly Renee's Good Girls Series prompted my thinking. First, a moment to outline the book that lead to this post: Where Bad Girls Go to Fall. … Continue reading Book Inspired Musings: Love
Here again finally catching up on previously provided eARC's. Huge shout out to NetGalley and Grove Atlantic for this one in particular. In this historical fiction novel, we follow Frances Gorges as she joins the court of King James to care for his daughter, Elizabeth. While there, she fights for her life after being labeled … Continue reading The King’s Witch by Tracy Borman
This is my second book by Aven Ellis. I also read her, Sugar and Ice romance novel. Both are cute, and, either weirdly or expectedly share loves and didn't loves. In this story, Clementine meets a dude on IG. They hit it off and she learns he's the imaginary version of Prince Harry. Will his … Continue reading A Royal Shade of Blue by Aven Ellis