Mistletoe And Mr. Right by Lyla Payne | Novella Review

Sometimes what you think would make a great Christmas surprise for someone actually is kind of a not very smart life choice — and that’s essentially the plot in Mistletoe And Mr. Right by Lyla Payne. FYI, it feels weird that when you read this it will be snowing and blustery and cold whereas, I am […]

Leveled by Jay Crownover | Novella Review

Let’s be real, I am forever and always a fangirl of Jay Crownover. I remember experiencing a bit of skepticism when I first cracked open Rule but quickly fell in love and then devoured what was available in her Marked Men series. Crownover closes out the Marked Men books and bridges into a spin off series […]

Allison | Season of Second Chances | Brighton Walsh | Novella Review

Ladies and gentleman, I think I’ve found a short Christmas story that I will be reading every year to get me into the Christmas spirit. Especially if I’m in the mood for a fluffy sexy read. Believe you me, Season of Second Chances left me feeling all the right feels, and I think it will […]

Everything You Need To Know | HelenKay Dimon | Novella Review

I am a tiny bit sad after finishing Everything You Need To Know by HelenKay Dimon because I have now read through all of the Cosmo Red-Hot Reads that I had on my Kindle. Y’all, these books are so perfect for when you are feeling behind on your Goodreads reading challenge and also want an ego […]

Fearless | Tawny Weber | Novella Review

As I’ve been making my way through the Cosmo Red-Hot Reads, I’ve had a range of reading experiences from good but with a weird looking love interest to WTF did I just read. Yet, I keep plugging away with the hopes that one of these novellas will provide me with an awesome story and an awesome […]

Naked Sushi | Jina Bacarr | Novella Review

With a cover like Naked Sushi, it is pretty obvious that there will be sexytimes in store for Jina Bacarr’s spy-based novella. Unfortunately, Naked Sushi fizzled instead of sizzled for me. I am going to chalk that up to the writing style, it just did not gel with me. Further, the characters aren’t all that developed and […]