Oh my. What a ride. Those Singh brothers are something else! I thoroughly enjoyed The Legal Affair, devouring it and The Takeover Effect (Singh Family #1) as fast as I could!
They say not to judge a book by its cover, but You Had Me at Hola’s absolutely amazing cover conveys everything you need to know about Jasmine and Ashton’s story: it’s beautifully vibrant, heart-meltingly sweet, and panty-meltingly sensual.
There were a couple of things working against Not Like the Movies for me from the start. First, it’s a single POV. I’m not a big fan of single POV romances, especially if it’s first-person. I really feel like we miss something by not getting all the MC’s POV in romance. I need ALL the feels.
I’d like to petition for an increase in potential star ratings because Take a Hint, Dani Brown deserves at LEAST 20 stars. It’s a friends-to-lovers, fake relationship, grumpy one and grumpy one (but both secretly soft) dish of deliciousness.
There was so much to love about 40-Love! I enjoy everything I read from Olivia Dade, but 40-Love just hit me on such a personal level, made me laugh, and completely melted my heart!
What a fun sexy read! A Good Man is the first in a series about three brothers and their home renovation show set in Toronto. This book focuses on Michael and Emily “Em” Daniels who, along with her terrible fiance, is their latest participant on the show. Neither Em or Michael are in any kind of position to act on their initial attraction and they certainly weren’t looking for each other, but find each other they did.
This book. I loved it so, so much. After discovering, very publicly, that her boyfriend had been three-timing her, Samiah Brooks – along with her two new also-were-cheated-on-by-Craig friends – has sworn off men to focus on herself and her career. Of course it’s then that she meets the gorgeous new guy at her office, Daniel Collins.
I’d heard great things about The Worst Best Man from Romancelandia before I started reading, so I went into it fully expecting to enjoy it. What I wasn’t expecting was that I’d have a shit-eating grin plastered on my face the entire time! Mia Sosa had me laughing out loud and falling in love at the same time. It ended up being the perfect book to read during this time.
This was my first Nalini Singh and it definitely won’t be my last! I loved the dynamic between Jake and Juliet – even as they sniped at each other, the underlying currents of attraction – and, yes, care – are there from the start.