• The Best Slow Burn Romance Books

    The best slow-burn romances are stories that string you along with the perfect promise of love and explosive sexual chemistry. A slow-burn romance is all about the building of the relationship. There might be explosive chemistry, but it usually only bubbles with the promise of sex until towards the end. When done right the best slow-burn romances are delicious and addictive. You must keep reading until the protagonists finally get it together, usually right at the very end. Read More

  • Bride By Ali Hazelwood Book Review

    Bride is Ali Hazelwood’s first foray into paranormal romance. I wondered if I’d still enjoy it, as half of her books’ appeal for me is her STEMverse, but luckily she rocked it. Read More

  • The Paradise Problem By Christina Lauren Book Review

    The Paradise Problem by Christina Lauren doesn’t have a paradise problem. In the acknowledgments, they ask you to imagine this book being written during 4 perfect weeks in summer, and that’s exactly how this book feels. It’s warm, sunshiny, fun, and free. Read More

  • Uprooted By Naomi Novik Book Review

    Uprooted is a devious book. You begin reading it and suddenly find yourself hooked. So hooked that you think about it randomly, become a huge fan of the author, and you end up reading it multiple times. Read More

  • The Right Move By Liz Tomforde Book Review

    Right Move is the story of Ryan Shay and Indy Ivers, and another long, addictive read from Liz Tomforde. Read More

  • A Touch Wicked by Katrina Kendrick Book Review

    A Touch Wicked is luckily more than just a touch wicked. It’s decadent fantasies and lamp-lit assignations that are sexy enough to have you hot and bothered. Add in some witty banter, and I was more than happy for it to have its wicked way with me.  Read More

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