WOW. Wow, wow, wow. Have I mentioned WOW? I’m not going to lie, I had doubts about Ewan doing enough groveling to truly make this redemption arc work, but I NEVER SHOULD HAVE DOUBTED THE QUEEN. Sarah Maclean delivered the MOST satisfying grovel novel and childhood friends to enemies to lovers romance for Ewan and Grace.
These two idiots….you can’t not love them both. Martin is the grumpiest of the grumpy ones, Will is the gooiest of the cinnamon roll, and they’ve been soulmates – though never lovers – since they were young. They’re so cute together and the banter is top tier Cat Sebastian. Two Rogues Make a Right is truly the ultimate friends to lovers!
It’s magnificent. It’s bananas. It’s everything I’ve always wanted in a romance. I loved every moment of The Virgin and the Rogue, from the outrageous sexy times to tender moments of understanding to the raw confrontation of feelings Charlotte and Kingston would rather ignore.
In Bed with the Earl features a bad-ass heroine who isn’t afraid to fight for what she wants and a surly hero who’d rather brood and spend time in his sewers than face his past and “take his place” in society. They fight, they kiss, they fight some more…and then some more, and then they fall in love!
I enjoyed The Bad Luck Bride, but had trouble getting invested in the MC’s until about halfway through. The second half of the book was much more enjoyable – that’s when you really start to understand what motivates Claire and Alex and start rooting for them.
Dear old Colin Can’t-Even-Say-Love FitzRoy. You knew when he fell he was going to fall hard, and that it would be absolutely delicious. (It is.) How convenient that the woman he falls in love with is already his wife!
First things first, I would die for Tom Severin. Based on his appearances in previous books in the series, you think he’s going to be cold and calculating, but from the minute he sets eyes on Cassandra he completely melts.
I snorted the first time I read the title and continued laughing all the way through – when I wasn’t falling in love!
Cat Sebastian is truly a master at crafting stories and characters that are wonderfully real and raw. In A Delicate Deception, Amelia is facing the reality of living with severe anxiety, while Sydney is mourning the loss of his brother, whom he believes was the “likeable” brother.
If you like loyal, sexy nerds with social anxiety who keep a book in their pocket in case they get bored and smart, compassionate bluestockings who study reptiles and amphibians, this is the book for you!