A Delicious Dilemma was a super sweet morsel of a romance, with a fiery heroine who’d do anything to save her neighborhood from the encroaching developers trying to take over and gentrify the area, and a cinnamon roll hero — who’s next in line to take over one of those development companies — and who’d do anything for her.
I am absolutely in love with this book. Amped really tore my heart out and gave it back to me in better shape than when it left. It’s magnificent.
I legitimately CRIED SO MUCH. This book is veritable roller coaster ride of emotions, from hope to heartbreak, joy to COMPLETE DESOLATION, and, of course, all the swoony feels.
Flirting with Forever is a sweet small-town romance featuring insta-love, older woman-younger man, and lots of great family dynamics. It’s the third book in the Graciella series, and while technically a stand-alone, I do think I would have benefited reading the first two.
I had a feeling, from the beginning, that Nick’s book would be my favorite, and I was absolutely right. I love all the Zorn brothers, but Nick—the youngest Handyman, the cheeky charmer—he holds a special place in my heart.
10 Reasons to Love A Wicked Bargain for the Duke. Spoilers >> Bad Sex is one of them!
Betting on a Duke’s heart felt like an homage to older historical romances, in some ways for the better and in some ways for the worse. Dina and Aetius had great chemistry, but he was just a BIT too asshole-ish for me at times.
I’ll be honest, I wasn’t sure if my heart was going to survive this one. I’ve been excited to read more about Naomi since the moment she was introduced in The Roommate and then! Then to be paired with an adorably awkward and face-fanningly hot rabbi, I mean come on. I couldn’t resist.
Oh my gosh this book. How do I even begin to articulate how much I ADORED it? In summary: I Just Really Really Love Wesley Koehler, Okay?
I really liked The Dating Plan! It was lighthearted and funny some moments then a little dark and heartbreaking at others (don’t worry – definitely still a HEA, and I feel much more comfortable calling this a rom-com than a lot of other books that have been billed as such).