Shy Girls is a quick, lighthearted and funny story and it was just what I wanted. It could have been great if there was more meat to it and didn’t end as soon as the relationship started.
I had moments of love for this story, but I think in the end we should just be friends.
This Cinderella story was simply disappointing. Every time I thought it was going to pick up and the characters would pull their act together, they back-slipped and became annoying again.
I was halfway through this book and finally admitted that the reason I wasn’t reading much this week was simply the fact that I had no interest in this story. I was absolutely bored by it. So it was time to set it aside and move on.
This new series by Samantha Young left me waffling. It has many things to like about it but it also gave me deja vu of her prior series. I will need to read another book or two from her to see where I stand with this series and with this author.
Sexy and sweet. I enjoyed the characters growth in this story and I am very happy to say I finished a very enjoyable story.
New York City and murder become the backdrop for Sara Humphrey’s latest novel in the McGuire Brothers series featuring NYC Police Officer Ronan McGuire and his K-9 partner. Maddy Morgan ran away from her hometown of Old Brookfield after her love, Rick, was killed fighting a fire. After a decade long relationship, their lives were […]
Advertising executive, Natalie Grayson is a New York City girl from the top of her salon haircut, down to her designer heels. But lately she has been fantasizing what it would be like to be a farm girl. More particularly, a dairy farm girl. Natalie’s weekly trip to the Saturday Farmer’s Market in Midtown has […]
Trinity Summers has no boundaries, and apparently no filters. While I might find a woman like Trinity to be hard to take in real life, here she is exactly what Callahan needs to come out of his self-imposed seclusion. Trinity and her four best friends since grade school have all returned to Kaiwah, South Carolina for one last summer […]
Katie Ruggle’s debut novel is exciting and sweet. It kept me up late into the night reading. I held on to an ARC offer for the next book, Fan the Flames, waiting to see what I thought of this one and I ran to my computer to download it even before I was halfway finished.