Review Who doesn’t love a hot, sexy, baseball player with a sensitive side? Knox has all of that in spades. What I love about Meghan Quinn’s writing is her constant use of humor which appears in vastly different ways in each of her books. Emory’s quirkiness and her two best friends along with Knox’s fellowContinue reading “Review and Excerpt: The Locker Room by Meghan Quinn”
I look forward to reading the rest of the books in this series. I love love love Oliver. I also have a slight weakness for those nerdy hotties too. Oliver, he has a plan. A plan for his entire future. He wrote this plan in high school and has made a few alterations to theContinue reading “Review: Breaking the Plan by Jessica Calla”
Book 1 of the 3 AM Kisses series This is one of my favorite books…and I’ve been working my way through the series for the past year. So far there are 17 books! I have read this book at least four or five times…or that’s a lie. I lost track of how many timesContinue reading “Book Review: 3 A.M. Kisses by Addison Moore”
Book 1 of Beautiful Hearts Duet. This is a college love triangle of sorts– Autumn, Connor, and Weston. This isn’t a menage-trois. It is a story about three people trying to find their identity and in the process fall in love. Connor is the typical rich boy but without the snobbery. The son ofContinue reading “Book Review: Bring Down the Stars by Emma Scott”
Another great read from my personal library. This is the first Whitney G book, I’ve read and will be reading more. Actually, I have two more of her books in my Amazon wish list. This novel is an enemies to lovers with a slight twist. To be honest, I don’t think they were ever enemiesContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Forget You, Ethan by Whitney G”
Sebastian Blake has a secret and one best selling novel–and three other mediocre novels. Every year before Thanksgiving, Blake gets blind drunk. He never intends to but it always happens. This year, he also trashes his house, furniture, and kitchen. He goes on a four day bender–even cancelling his Monday class. He can’t cope. How is he supposed to move on? Why can’t he stop thinking about the petite poetry professor? He has been a jerk to her from the moment she arrived as an adjunct. Why? What is it about her that rubs him the wrong way–maybe the right way? He can’t stop thinking about that kiss in the parking lot after the NatWriMo marathon before he takes her home. Why does he want it to happen again? The more time he spends with her, the more he wants her. He has baggage that he isn’t sure that she can handle.