I love, love, loved this book. I haven’t read anything like it and I was so engrossed in everything that was happening, I just not could not put it down. I always had this idea in my head when I was younger that non fiction books were boring. I know thats not always the case... Continue Reading →
With a title like A Brand New Ending I immediately know this is a second chance love story, and whilst I’m, always wary of those, I really enjoyed the other books in this series (I accidentally have read them 3, 1 and now 2) so I of course picked this one up. I wasn’t disappointed... Continue Reading →
The Start of Something good is an adorable ‘enemies to lovers’, opposites attract romance set on a picturesque farm. PR agent Mia is forced to accompany Chloe, an unruly teenage girl working community service at a family farm, lest she lose her biggest client yet… the girl’s father. Self-made, Mia prides herself on being put... Continue Reading →
It’s no surprise to me (or probably anyone that reads my reviews/blog) that I'd love Two Weeks Notice as it is basically a mix of three of my all-time favourite romance tropes. Office romance and slow burn, being the obvious one and the other I’d tell you but then I’d spoil it! “With a boss... Continue Reading →
Another with from this fab duo for me. I’m not sure why I waited so long to read it! In this book we follow crazy Hazel who reconnects with an old acquaintance from college and decides it’s about time they became best friends. Josh really has no choice but after a little while he doesn’t... Continue Reading →
Like, Not Love. I pushed through this one after putting it down 2 chapters in. I am glad I gave it another chance as it did pick up and started to go into a different direction than I was anticipating. “I'm glad you're back to your normal, perverted self. That half hour you practiced self... Continue Reading →
What a book!!!!! The Kiss Quotient is a beautiful story about Stella Lane, a lovely, smart and gorgeous woman who has high functioning Autism. Despite having a successful career she has struggled with her 'label' all her life. She struggles with social situations and has a tendency to be painfully honest, but she's so endearing and willing to put herself out there that she puts up with some pretty shitty people.
I have a really hit and miss relationship with Christina Lauren books and My Favourite Half-Night Stand feel more on the miss side than I was hoping for.