Oh wow, I haven’t laughed so much in a long time! The Virgin Romance Novelist by Meghan Quinn is a light romantic comedy filled with awkward situations that are just downright, wish you were dead, embarrassing.
Playing House by Amy Andrews was simply a delight to read from start to finish. It was way too easy to empathise with the nerdy Eleanor, and boy did I feel like telling her family where to go! Don’t get me started on Bodie’s family, well his father mainly, what a jerk!
A Choice of Fate by Jezz de Silva was an amazing sequel to the first book in the Outback Hearts series. A Choice of Fate follows on directly from Against All Odds and revolves around Abigail’s sister, Olivia and Ryder’s brother, Jarrah.
After reading Nicole Helm’s Cowboy SEAL Homecoming’s blurb I had certain expectations and impressions of what it would be like. I expected a romance in a country setting. Maybe some awkward interactions between characters, and maybe a few ‘fish out of water’ scenes. Overall I thought it would be a light romantic read, perhaps even bordering on a bit of enjoyable fluff.
I’ll admit that when I first opened Chaos and Control by Season Vining I was expecting a bit of light fluff. I wasn’t even sure about it when I was given the opportunity to review it. I’d pegged it as one of those books that may be fun to read, but that was about it.
Boy was I wrong! The book’s description in no way prepared me for Preston or the emotional impact of this author’s writing style.
You know when you’re in one of those weird funks where you’re just not sure what you want to read next? That’s where I was when I picked up Witness in the Dark by Allison B. Hanson. I had just finished an excellent contemporary romance and to get over the ‘good book hangover’ I was looking for something a bit edgier. I found it in this book. Great story, romance, action, and a male lead that is truly drool worthy. What else can a girl ask for?