Wow. Take Me Back is nothing like I expected.
Once upon a time, I read every military romance I could get my hands on. After finishing several series, I moved on to other genres. Chanel Cleeton is a new-to-me author, and based on my friend Eliza’s recommendation, I decided to dip my toes back into the military romance pool with the Wild Aces series. I’m so glad I read Fly With Me because it reminded me of why I enjoy this trope so much.
I really struggled my way through Raw Need. I had a sense of detachment from the characters almost from the very beginning, but I hoped that my opinion might improve given time. It didn’t.
Call me a softy, but Until It Fades really tugged at my heartstrings. Having read a lot of romantic comedies and erotic books lately, it was refreshing to read a story that has a little more depth to it but still retains the romantic elements that I enjoy.
The WAGs series revolves around characters finding love while navigating the world of professional hockey. Stay is the second standalone in this highly entertaining series, and it strikes all the right notes.
Infini by Krista and Becca Ritchie is an epic young adult forbidden romance. Lucka and Baylee are best friends turned teenage lovers. They are both members of a Cirque du Soleil style acrobatic circus, and unfortunately for them teenage cast members are forbidden to date. Breaking this firm rule results in pain and sets in motion serious repercussions that span nearly a decade.
I finished The Knocked Up Plan hours ago and I’m still smiling! I consider myself to be a bit of a romantic comedy connoisseur, and this book has all the necessary elements to make it extraordinarily entertaining:
Hearts on Air is an enjoyable second chance romance involving two former best friends turned lovers.