On Second Thought by Kristan Higgins | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To On Second Thought by Kristan Higgins? On Second Thought by Kristan Higgins is one of those books that I instantly wanted to read, but you know, I am terrible at reading things on time. Initially, I was kind of nervous about listening to this book because I’ve just physically read all […]

Anything For You | My Unscripted Life | The Hating Game | MiniReviews

Today’s mini reviews are all about the contemporary romance. Two of the books I’m talking about are aimed at adults and one is a YA books. All three are books that I immensely enjoyed and totally recommend you curl up with. Basically I will always always recommend a Kristan Higgins book if you are looking […]

In Your Dreams by Kristan Higgins | Book Review

I really hope that there’s more in Kristan Higgins’s Blue Heron series. After finished In Your Dreams, book four in the series, I felt compelled to go on goodreads and check to see if there are anymore books in the series. Alas, so far I do not see any listed. I devoured In Your Dreams. I thought the latest […]

Waiting On You by Kristan Higgins | Book Review

Waiting On You by Kristan Higgins is the third in her Blue Heron series and departs from the Holland family to focus on bar owner Colleen O’Rourke. I picked upWaiting On You despite having a list of books I needed to read which did not include Higgins’s latest book. You see, sometimes I crave certain […]

The Perfect Match | Kristan Higgins | Book Review

There are certain authors that you know are good for satisfying a genre itch when you are in a certain craving mood. For me, when I get to craving small town romances, the author I know I can immediately turn to for a superb read with an interesting main plot, engaging subplots and unique characterization […]

The Best Man | Kristan Higgins | Book Review

I just love settling in for the night with an adult contemporary romance from time to time. It’s nice to read about grown ups doing grown up things and also to take a nice sort of break from YA. Granted, sometimes these books make me feel a little in adequate when the main characters obviously […]