I loved the easy friendship that developed between Brian and Kate. Both are getting over complete heartbreak from their exs. Brian’s life is a complete hot mess since he’s not only dealing with Marcie’s depression, alcoholism, but also stepping up to care for their daughter. A daughter he’s no longer allowed to see when heContinue reading “Review: Unfinished by Julieann Dove”
Book 2 of Sometimes in Love series Book 1 Smitten by the Scot I fell in love with these characters in the first book! It was completely predictable that Bonnie would end up with Theo from the moment they met in Book 1. This is a great light beach read!! Some aspects, I struggledContinue reading “Book Review: Smitten by the Brit by Melonie Johnson”
I have to admit that I was a bit skeptical during the first few chapters of this book. A female football coach in a high school? That’s pretty risque even for a liberal school district. As a teacher, I really don’t see a school district making that leap–not because a woman can’t coach football butContinue reading “Book Review: Sidelined by Suzanne Baltsar”
I didn’t realize that there are two other books that follow the character in the book. Only one scene did I feel like there might be more to this book or other books that will help me understand these characters better. I will be getting the two books before this: Let’s Get Textual and I Wanna Text You Up.
Monty Andrews left her sheltered life with her parents and younger brother after being cheated on by her fiance. That is when she realized that she lives for other people and says “yes” to everything. All of this conformity has come at a cost–a loss of her identity. Monty moves in with her twin sister. She decides that her “yes life” is over. She’s going to take more chances, do more things. That’s how she ended up at a bar with her sister, Denny. Oh, and making out in said bar with a gorgeous tatted up stud in the women’s restroom. Both things she would have NEVER done before. Oh, how his hands, and mouth feels on her skin. The knock on the door brings her to her senses–literally.
I had graduated from being attracted to trouble to picking it up in a church parking lot. Then she came flying out of the back door of the church, her skirt bundled up in her arms, exposing her legs from the knees down, a veil flowing behind her. She ran in heels like the devil himself was after her