Tag Archives: favorite author

Saved by Blood – Sadie Moss

Another Sadie Moss series that will no doubt sink its claws into me and refuse to let go–not that I’m complaining! I became a huge fan of Sadie’s from the first book of hers I read (click here for that review!) and in my opinion, her books just keep getting better. Saved by Blood had […]

Resilience – Alicia Rades

I loved the first book in this series and I knew I needed to read the next as soon as it came out, and to my immense excitement, I was able to read an ARC copy *cue crazy dancing* And I have to say, this book certainly does not disappoint. It’s just as good as, […]

Full Glasses and Burju Shoes – Blake Blessing

Wow. It’s been a while since I’ve read a contemporary romance that has checked all the boxes for me like this one has. Sexy alpha hero? Check. Hilarious but sweet heroine? Check. Steamy scenes that will singe your fingertips while you’re reading? Check. A beautiful love story that elicits all the feels? Check, check, and […]

COVER REVEAL: *Audible Original* Repeat – Kylie Scott

        From Audie Award winning, New York Times best-selling author Kylie Scott comes an irresistible new romance— available in audio first! When a vicious attack leaves 25-year-old Clementine Johns with no memory, she’s forced to start over. Now she has figure out who she was and why she made the choices she […]

Depths of Hell – Clara Hartley

Clara Hartley has quickly become one of my favorite RH authors. I love her dragon shifter series, and this new series has proven to be just as enjoyable for me. The characters are so different, but Ms. Hartley’s writing style still shines through. In the first book, Val and her twin brother, Jared, are thrust […]

Finding Home – J.C. Valentine

When I first started reading this book, I wasn’t a big fan of Vivian. She was uppity and spoiled, and I wasn’t a big fan of her personality. Now, I love J.C.’s writing, so I read on nervously, hoping I would warm up to her heroine. Thankfully, I did. At first, Vivian’s character comes across as […]