Unfixable, Tessa Bailey

I really wanted to like this one! I read it off the back of loving Fix Her Up, my first Tessa Bailey book. But I can only rate this one as good not great. “It’s inevitable, Willa. We are inevitable. When you stop fooling yourself, come find me.”  Willa, our damaged heroine jumps at the... Continue Reading →


Hot Head, Damon Suede

This came up as a recommendation to me on Goodreads based on the other MM books I'd read. Upon some further digging saw that it was a "gay for you" trope, basically meaning one or both of characters don't realise or are discovering that they are gay. Usually because they start developing feelings for a... Continue Reading →

The Au Pair, Emma Rous

Unfortunately for me, The Au Pair was only alright… which I’m not enjoying saying. I had high hopes for The Au Pair which tells the story of a family who live on a country estate shrouded in rumours and mystery. Seraphine Meyers has no photos of herself as a child. In fact, there’s none of... Continue Reading →

All Grown Up, Vi Keeland

I don’t really want to say it, but I was a bit disappointed with All Grown Up. Vi Keeland is an auto buy author for me, I’ll always grab anything she writes and maybe it’s because of that although this one was good, it just wasn’t my favourite. In All Grown Up we meet Valentina,... Continue Reading →

Only Ever You, CD Reiss

Thank you NetGalley and Montlake Romance for the ARC in exchange for an honest review. I’m honestly feeling like I’m struggling to work out what my feelings are about Only Ever You. On one hand I want to praise it because it felt, somewhat “real” on the other hand, I’m like what the hell just happened and why is... Continue Reading →

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