If you follow my reviews, you know that I’ve read more than my fair share of mediocre novellas. Stud Finder proves that yes, Virginia, there are excellent ones out there. This is the second novella I’ve read and enjoyed by Lauren Blakely, and I think she should give a master class in the art of writing novellas. This book may be short, but it packs one heck of a lively punch.
Sara Ney has done it again! The Learning Hours is an unexpectedly heartwarming romantic comedy, as well as a fantastic addition to the addictive How to Date a Douchebag series.
Things Liars Fake is the final standalone in Sara Ney’s Three Little Lies novella trilogy, and it’s just as cute as the other stories.
Things Liars Hide is the second standalone novella in the Three Little Lies series by Sara Ney, and it’s another light and enjoyable read. Tabitha is hiding a big secret. I won’t give it away but it involves a subject that, as a reader, I’ve often wondered about. It’s my curiosity that kept me interested in the story.
This college romance is super sweet and angst free. It’s also a quick read. With fewer than 200 pages, it was easy to enjoy Things Liars Say in one sitting.
Oh how I love my boys Logan and Tate! They are polar opposites, but fit together perfectly. Their dynamics always keep me coming back for more, even though I felt their love story became rather stagnant in the previous book, Tease. Now five books into the series, and things are back on track. I’m really happy with the way their relationship is progressing.
I had the pleasure of reading an advance copy of Temporary by Sarina Bowen and Sarah Mayberry, and I had the opportunity to ask them a few questions as well. Read on for my review and interview.
Eye Candy is an entertaining Halloween themed anthology. This review covers So Much More by J. Daniels, Getting Down by Helena Hunting, and The Pumpkin Was Stuffed by Tara Sivec.