The Foxe & the Hound by R.S. Grey was the perfect romantic comedy to charm me out of my rainy day funk.
There are different kinds of love triangles, but the type depicted in One is a Promise is my favorite because there is no cheating and no clear “right” choice for the heroine. This is the first book in Pam Godwin’s new Tangled Lies trilogy.
When Life Happened is one of Jewel E. Ann’s strongest novels to date, and that’s really saying something. I’ve been a huge fan of her masterful storytelling, so it should not come as a surprise that this addictive book left me conflicted and entirely enthralled.
911, I’ve got a situation. You see, what had happened was I was reading Dirty Rowdy Thing by Christina Lauren and my Kindle spontaneously combusted. Like, we’re talking flames shot out of that bad boy, and now my bedroom is covered in a thick cloud of smoke and my comforter is charred. In my defense, the book really should have come with some kind of warning about explosively erotic scenes so I would have had my fire extinguisher on hand. Just sayin’.
Long story short, Penny Reid has managed to enthrall me once again. Dating-ish comes armed with an adorkable couple, a tight-knit circle of friends (See what I did there?), and an abundance of romantic comedy charm.
Shacking Up is the first book I’ve read by Helena Hunting, and I picked a good one to start of with.
The love story of Ripley and Boone that began in Real Dirty concludes in Real Sexy. I loved the first book, and I’m happy to say that this book doesn’t disappoint. This is my favorite Meghan March duet so far.
Someone should kick me. Why haven’t I read a Christina Lauren book before now?? Talk about a dynamic writing duo! Sweet Filthy Boy is all that and a hot fudge sundae.