AUTHOR: Courtney Milan Genre: Historical Romance Tropes: Friends-to-lovers/secret identity/second chance Rating: Extras: [Side note: If you want to learn more about how the book came about I encourage you to listen to Smart Podcast, Trashy Books episode where Courtney talks about this book – LINK.] SUMMARY: No matter how hard she tries, Chloe Fong can’t seem to forget the night she almost kissed Jeremy Yu. … Continue reading The Duke Who Didn’t: A Review
Sometimes you stumble upon a book at just the right time. Maybe it’s that book that you’ve had on hold for forever at the library and it unexpectedly comes through or it could be a book that someone who knows you recommends a certain book to you. It could even be a book that comes serendipitously on sale just when you needed it and you … Continue reading Spotlight on Ruby Lang
One of the reading goals I have for 2019 is to tackle the backlists’ books in my TBR list. It’s not a goal I take on lightly considering the size of my TBR list, which is frighteningly large, but I am stubborn enough to try. I’ve chosen to take the summer off school so I’m going to try and read a lot over the next … Continue reading Backlist Breakdown | Romance
If you’re looking for billionaires in contemporary romance then Nadia Lee has got you covered. A New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Nadia has written well over two-dozen novels in the past decade. Her sexy, emotional contemporary novels focus not only on the relationships between heterosexual couples but also the families they hail from and the baggage that usually arises – add in … Continue reading Spotlight on Nadia Lee
Alyssa Cole is a powerhouse. That’s really the only way I can describe her. She’s an amazing, brilliant writer. One that has written not only contemporary and historical romance novels but also science fiction/fantasy ones as well. A vocal advocate for change and better and more inclusive representation in the romance publishing industry Alyssa has helped push the industry forward to be reflective of the world … Continue reading Spotlight on Alyssa Cole
You know that smile that grows on your face, almost unassumingly as you fall in love with the characters and the story that you are reading? That smile that grows and grows, that creates a source of joy from within, that adds fuel to your desire to finish said book in one sitting and ignore everything and everyone else in your life? Well, that’s how … Continue reading Spotlight on Susannah Nix
January has always been seen as a time for renewal, for moving forward, for starting something new, and in all honesty, this month hasn’t felt like that to me at all. It’s been a pretty exhausting first month of 2019 for me. Luckily, I managed to read three books this month. While I wish I had read more than that, I am still on track … Continue reading Book Musings | January 2019
Talia Hibbert is a name you may or may not have heard of before, but one I’m sure that you’ll definitely hear about more and more in the future when it comes to the world of romance genre. Talia kind of stormed onto my reading list. One moment I had heard whispers of her work and then the next thing I know my TBR list … Continue reading Spotlight on Talia Hibbert
To say my romance TBR list has gotten a little out of hand would be an understatement. (And that list only includes the actual books I own and/or have on hold. It also doesn’t include the list of books written down in my actual TBR wishlist notebook.) The majority of my romance reading is done digitally, which in my case is a double-edged sword. Reading digitally is … Continue reading What’s on my romance TBR list?
The tagline on Rebekah Weatherspoon’s website reads “where happily ever afters are always in color” and it perfectly encapsulates the worlds that she creates in all her books. She quickly became one of my favourite and go-to romance authors after reading only one of her books (yes, she’s that good) and why I’ve chosen to spotlight her in this series. I discovered Rebekah and her … Continue reading Spotlight on Rebekah Weatherspoon
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