All I Want is the second book in the Alabama Summer series and my favorite so far. The story picks up a year after Tessa broke up with Luke at the end of Where I Belong. Luke still hasn’t forgiven Tessa for breaking his heart and keeping an important secret from him. Rather than admit he still has feelings for Tessa, he tries to erase her from his memory by turning into a manwhore and flaunting his sexcapades in Tessa’s face.
I feel like I hit the jackpot with this book. I bought it because I heard it was a good college romance and I was in the mood for a light read. What I wound up with was the Swiss Army knife of books: humor, banter, sports, steamy sexy times, a little angst, and the feels – oh, the feels! – all rolled into one. This book has it all, and the superb writing captured my attention from the very first page.
Recipe for a Good College Romance (a gif review): ✔ Take 1 loveable manwhore. ✔ Add 1 innocent college freshman. ✔ Combine romance and comedy. ✔ Mix until the chemistry is pretty hot. ✔ Gradually add some sadness. ✔ Stir in 1 break-up. ✔ Add a heaping portion of groveling. ✔ Sprinkle a dash of bromance. ✔ Chill for approximately 7 hours. Enjoy! Save
If you read the book description you can pretty much predict the plot of The Deal, but that didn’t stop me from enjoying every bit of Hannah and Garrett’s journey toward their Happily Ever After. It was so easy to connect with both Hannah and Garrett that I couldn’t help but fall in love with them. As a couple, their chemistry was off the charts. The hilarious verbal sparring and surprisingly touching moments between the two helped elevate this simple enemies-to-lovers story. The Deal is funny and sweet, with a bit more steamy sexy times than your average New Adult novel. What was meant to be a quick weekend read turned into one of my favorite romances of 2015.
I’m a huge fan of Emma Chase’s Tangled series. There’s no love quite like your first love though so I approached Overruled with a combination of excitement and trepidation. I’m pleased to say I read it in one sitting so Emma Chase FTW! If you’re sensitive to themes of infidelity however, this might not be the book for you since cheating is involved – only not really. Let me break it down for you.
First, let me say if you have trepidations about a student-teacher romance, particularly one involving a high school student, put your mind at ease. The student is of legal age (19) and the teacher is only 22. Now, go read this book!!
So I’ve got this thing for cake batter. I know it has no nutritional value whatsoever. Whenever I’m baking a cake, I tell myself I’m going to leave just a little batter on the spoon to lick after I put the cake in the oven. Next thing I know I’m scraping the beaters and licking the bowl, my entire face covered with batter. Am I proud of this? No. What was my point? Oh yes. This isn’t an enlightening work of fiction. This isn’t an innocent little love story. This is no Pride and Prejudice. This is a graphically sexy, foul-mouthed, laugh-out-loud novel and I loved it.