This was a romance that I wanted to love but unfortunately only liked. I’ve read most of Vi Keeland’s books and whilst I’ve loved some, just as many have only been 3 star reads for me. I do love how most of her books are stand alone and that they are all different, dealing with... Continue Reading →
The sequel to Fix Her Up did not let me down, in fact, I actually liked thus one better! Yay! Love Her or Lose her tells the story of Dom and his wife Rosie. Dom works with Travis at the construction company and Rosie helped form the Just Us League from the previous book. That’s... 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 →
I had such high hopes for 99 Percent Mine as I loved The Hating Game. But it was just a huge disappointment for me. 99 Percent Mine tells the story of Darcy, bad ass chick with a heart condition that has always been and always will be in love with her and her twin brothers... Continue Reading →
Unfortunately… I was not a fan of Fool Me Once. It just didn’t pull me in. I am always wary of opening second chance romances. It’s probably one of my least favourite romance tropes. I’m not sure why that is. Maybe because I feel cheated, like I’m missing out on the good half of the... Continue Reading →
Mariana Zapata is The Best Thing. Oh wait, that’s the name of her latest novel… still true though. I really love all of this woman’s novels and while The Best Thing isn’t my favourite of them I still really enjoyed it. “You do whatever you have to do for the people you love.” Straight up... Continue Reading →
I'm not exactly sure what takes it from good to one of my favourites. I've read army books, I've read book with big families, foster kids, second chance loves and unplanned pregnancies. I've ready books that are turn enemies to lovers, friends to family and kids into adults. But this book just stands out for me...enough that I've read it 5 times.