Category: 5 Stars

Review: A Wedding in December by Sarah Morgan

Review: A Wedding in December by Sarah Morgan

Sarah Morgan’s A Wedding in December has me wishing for winter coziness and dreaming of taking a trip to the snowy mountains of Colorado. In her latest, Morgan proves once again how expertly she writes relationships—the joy, the heartache, the awkwardness, and the unconditional love of family. Rosie and Dan’s whirlwind courtship results in an […]

Posted September 19, 2019
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Review: Can You Keep a Secret? by Sophie Kinsella

Review: Can You Keep a Secret? by Sophie Kinsella

Why haven’t I read more Sophie Kinsella already?! I read I’ve Got Your Number several years ago and enjoyed it, but haven’t kept up with her other titles. I’m in a total beach reads/women’s fiction/chick lit mood lately, and Can You Keep a Secret? is everything that I need right now. It’s a perfect mix […]

Posted June 11, 2019
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Review: Petal Plucker by Iris Morland

Review: Petal Plucker by Iris Morland

My holy grail of romance novels is sweet but sexy, one that brings on the feels as well as the steam. Petal Plucker is a holy grail romance! 😍 Dandelion (Dani) Wright runs her family’s Seattle flower shop, Buds and Blossoms. She finds herself in the awkward position of having a vase stuck on her […]

Posted April 8, 2019
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Review: Big Bad Cowboy by Carly Bloom

Review: Big Bad Cowboy by Carly Bloom

Whoever originally called Big Bad Cowboy by Carly Bloom a kinky version of You’ve Got Mail—you’re a genius and 100% correct! My ears perked up right away and shot this book straight to the top of my TBR because You’ve Got Mail is one of my favorite rom-coms ever. Big Bad Cowboy is the first […]

Posted October 28, 2018
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Review: Grumpy Fake Boyfriend by Jackie Lau

Review: Grumpy Fake Boyfriend by Jackie Lau

I am utterly charmed by Grumpy Fake Boyfriend. Romantic comedy + Own Voices author + grumpy, reclusive hero + confident Asian heroine? Yes to all of the above! 😍 Naomi Kwan needs a fake boyfriend, stat. She‘s been invited to a holiday beach weekend, but all the other attendees are couples…including her jerk of an […]

Posted August 14, 2018
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Review: The Chateau by Tiffany Reisz

Review: The Chateau by Tiffany Reisz

First, I need to mention that this book is the one that finally ended my romance slump. My last romance review was back at the end of January—about 4.5 months ago! I’ve DNFed so many books these past few months, I can’t even tell you how many. I should also start by saying that although […]

Posted June 3, 2018
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Review: Seek by Mia Sheridan

Review: Seek by Mia Sheridan

When I first read the summary for Mia Sheridan’s latest novel, Seek, I was intrigued. A socialite hires a mercenary to take her to Colombia in search of her missing fiancé. I’m a huge fan of Mia Sheridan, and Seek is something that feels new and fresh for her: suspenseful, dark, gritty, but still highly […]

Posted January 22, 2018
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Review: The Ones Who Got Away by Roni Loren

Review: The Ones Who Got Away by Roni Loren

The Ones Who Got Away by Roni Loren is the first romance novel I’ve ever read that centers around a school shooting. That might sound like an odd combination, but it makes sense when you think about it. The media named them The Ones Who Got Away: survivors of the Long Acre High School shooting, […]

Posted January 7, 2018
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Review: The Trouble with Mistletoe by Jill Shalvis

Review: The Trouble with Mistletoe by Jill Shalvis

The Trouble with Mistletoe by Jill Shalvis is a perfect holiday read. It’s a combination of sassy humor, sexy times, and heartfelt moments. Willa Davis is shocked when someone from her past walks into her pet store, South Bark Mutt Shop. Keane Winters stood her up years ago, back in high school. That’s bad enough, […]

Posted December 17, 2017
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Review: Wilde in Love by Eloisa James

Review: Wilde in Love by Eloisa James

Wilde in Love by Eloisa James might be the perfect historical romance. Its keen blend of wit, humor, and swoon-worthy moments had me drawing out my reading for as long as possible. I simply didn’t want the book to end. Lord Alaric Wilde has returned to his homeland of England after years away as an […]

Posted November 14, 2017
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