This book was OK. I liked how the two mc’s had a bit of history. This touched upon hockey and injuries. Strong family and chosen family elements. But if I remember quickly, I felt like it was a bit insta love.
I really enjoyed this book. There was chemistry right from the first meeting in a music shop. And I liked the crush-like feelings. The forced proximity. Will they / won’t they? Should they / Shouldn’t they? It is always such a big deal when there
I loved this book. It was on my end of year ‘best of list’ even though I didn’t have the time to write a review. This is what I wrote as an end of year comment: “Honestly, this was in competition for best book of
This was a decent ghost story. I liked everything about this book except for the romance. It had a good premise, for sure. But the chemistry wasn’t there for me like it was for Elizabeth’s Gallow’s Humor/Dirt Nap. I guess they can’t all be Corey
ninestarpress.com/product/lucas/(opens in a new tab) This one took a bit to get into. It is a story told in all letters. Correspondence between a woman and her ‘friend’ whom she never actually sends the letters to. She just uses the writing as sort of like
Strong second book in a series. The first was so hard to read but worth it for finishing. I was interested in what would happen to these characters. It continues right where the last one ended. It had been awhile since I read the first
Overall, I enjoyed the chemistry, romance, and poetic style of writing that showed up at times. This was a little too artsy/museum for me. There was a lot of research and talk of art. It is not really a big interest of mine so at
I’m not sure why, but I was surprised at how much I liked this. I think it is because I have read a lot of singer/celebrity romances and they usually miss the mark for some reason or other. They feel superficial. They put a whole
This was super good. Workplace romance is so taboo and yet ultimately satisfying. I loved the characters. The chemistry. The relationship drama. All of it. On top of it all, it had a fairly decent crime plot.
My biggest complaint about this book was that it seemed so adolescent. Which makes sense, because it is geared toward that audience, I think. Still… I didn’t really understand the infatuation/attraction? I would have liked to have felt something deeper and with a bit more