The Deal by Elle Kennedy | Book Review

The Deal by Elle Kennedy came into my mailbox along with the rest of the Off Campus series and that was just the push I needed to read this book. Also? Spicy Booktok has kind of convinced me to try more spicy books even though typically that is NOT my wheelhouse. Once I realized this book […]

Part Of Your World by Abby Jimenez | Book Review

I preordered Part Of Your World by Abby Jimenez — even though I already had an eARC. Very rarely do I preorder books. However, I was kind of struggling with mental health and feeling some overwhelm as my husband travelled for work and I was trying to handle the house, my kids, and my job alone. […]

All Fired Up by Dylan Newton | Book Review

All Fired Up by Dylan Newton was on my must read list. You see, Newton cemented her way on my list with How Sweet It Is and the whole upstate New York in autumn setting which is my ideal. As it turns out, How Sweet It Is was not a fluke. I also genuinely enjoyed All Fired Up. This […]

Bold Love by Lauren Accardo | Book Review

The Forever Adirondacks trilogy by Lauren Accardo is a series I’ve faithfully read simply based on setting. The final book in the series is Bold Love featuring Sydney from Wild Love‘s best friend Bee and Denny, a former NFL player. Bold Love was a fun distraction. I thought this wasn’t a bad read and found it […]

The Suite Spot by Trish Doller | Book Review

At this point, I consider myself a Trish Doller megafan. I love her shift into adult romance. Of course, if Doller decided to write more young adult books, I would not complain. The Suite Spot is Doller’s latest and features Anna from Float Plan‘s sister Rachel. The Suite Spot was like a warm blanket and a hot cup […]

The Marvelous Monroe Girls by Shirley Jump | Book Review

Shirley Jump’s The Marvelous Monroe Girls is the first of a contemporary romance series set in the town of Harbor Cove, Massachusetts. I found myself interested in this book because I am always down to read books about sisters — having two myself. It is a theme I am very easily able to relate to. Jump’s […]