In typical Sophie Kinsella fashion I Owe You One serves up another cute and quirky read that I enjoyed relaxing into and forgetting my own romantic woes for a while. Kinsella takes plops us down in England with our heroine Fixie, a bumbling but lovable chick who can’t help but fix anything and anyone around... Continue Reading →
I have so much love in my heart for all Ryke has done for Lily and Lo and finally getting to his book just made me love him more. He is so loving, caring, selfless and is willing to be the bad guy, to be hated and ridiculed if it can even minutely help the... Continue Reading →
Finally a Calloway Sisters book! I liked Lily and Lo but as I've said before the side characters in the original Addicted series were always what made those book enjoyable for me and finally I'm up to the spin off series! “People hope to touch the sky. I dream of kissing it.” I checked the... Continue Reading →
In Addicted for Now we pick up immediately after the previous book Ricochet left off. Lo is back from rehab and the struggles are only just beginning. Together they must face their biggest weaknesses and pull together when outside forces threaten to tell the world about Lily's addiction. “Why is it that the people you come to... Continue Reading →
This book was a blast. It’s been so long since this duo did their last MM book and I can tell you it is well worth the wait! Top Secret begins with Keaton (Lobster Shorts) deciding to gift his girlfriend a threesome for her birthday. He cares so much for her he wants to make... Continue Reading →
Initially after finishing Vox I gave it 4 stars straight away. The next morning, after I had time to process it I had to drop it down to 3 1/2 stars and ultimately I think that is because I felt let down here. I still really liked this book, but what I liked more than... Continue Reading →
“I’m not afraid of storms, for I’m learning how to sail my ship.” THE WIFE BETWEEN US, GREER HENDRICKS AND SARAH PAKKANEN
The Wife Between Us is a fantastic read. Jumping between dual POVs gives us an understanding into the different perspectives but also highlights distrust in our narrators as things begin to not add up. It creates suspense like nothing else.