Tempted by the Badge by Deborah Fletcher Mello is the second book in the To Serve and Seduce miniseries. I read it as a standalone and didn’t have issues keeping track of the story. Overall, I enjoyed this romantic suspense that really caught my attention in the first half. However, the second half lagged a […]
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Why did it take me so long to read a book by Jodi Thomas? I’ve seen her books around plenty, but this is my first time reading her and I loved the story. Mistletoe Miracles is a small-town romance that follows three couples: Griffin and Sunlan; Jax and Mallory; and Wyatt and Jamie. Sunlan and […]
Snowfall on Lighthouse Lane is book #2 in the Honeymoon Harbor series, but can easily be read as a standalone. I spent the majority of my time reading this book propped up on the couch in front of the Christmas tree, with a wretched cold. As such, it took me a while to get through […]
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 […]
I have removed my review and revised my rating in light of the revelations in this post.
Most of All You by Mia Sheridan is perfection. In this deeply emotional story, two broken people find each other—find love—and find themselves. The main characters, Crystal and Gabriel, are best revealed slowly, so I’ve chosen to be intentionally vague in this review. Suffice it to say that I was both surprised and captivated by […]
The Perfect Bargain by Julia London, writing as Jessa McAdams, is a fun, sexy, swoony read that I greatly enjoyed. It takes the fake boyfriend trope and combines it with the city mouse/country mouse theme that I’m a sucker for. Sloane Chatfield thought she had it all: a privileged upbringing, a successful fiancé, a squad […]