DNF. Absolutely disappointing. There was so many issues with the story plot which was bad enough but I just got tired of the whole thing. Warning: A little spoilery and a little ranty. I can’t tell you how disappointed I was with this book. I actually stalked this book. I enjoyed Melt For You […]
For the most part, I didn’t enjoy Hate Notes. I didn’t like how Reed treated Charlotte. Although I did come to understand why everything happened the way it did, I can’t say that I would ever do a re-read on this one.
This is a story of second chances, redemption and overcoming your past.
I was so excited about Raj and Nayna’s story and I loved the Pride & Prejudice twist. Unfortunately, this story needs illustrations or to be turned into a great Bollywood movie for full effect. I desperately wanted to see the outfits being described.
Delightful and delicious. Never have bad dates been so much fun!
A sweet romance and a wonderful couple. This story deals with real issues of how dementia effects the whole family.
Sexy and sweet. I enjoyed this story just as much as I enjoyed Melt for You.
The characters and wonderful and their romance is captivating.
The Test lacks some of the charm and heat of the first book, The List.
The Kiss Quotient is an exquisite treat. Stella and Michael melted my romance-loving heart. I was heartbroken that the story had to end. I didn’t want to let them go.
I didn’t realize how much I like the fake relationship trope but this gave us a natural development of the romance and a nice blend of sexy and sweet.