Here to Stay
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Review: Here to Stay – Adriana Herrera

Content warnings: I’ve enjoyed every single one of Ms. Herrera’s books, and this one is no exception. From her love of NYC to her relatable characters to the FEELS, this book is a treat! Julia left her Dominican family in NYC to follow her boyfriend to Dallas… only for him to dump her and move back shortly afterwards. While her…

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Her Lady's Honor
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Review: Her Lady’s Honor – Renée Dahlia

Content warnings: Historical lesbian romance with horses? Heck yes! Unfortunately, this didn’t quite live up to my expectations. “I might not have fought at the front, but the war wasn’t without some danger. There have been some…effects on me. One of which is my lack of manners. The old Lady Eleanor, before the war, was polite and restrained. Now, I…

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Starcrossed
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Review: Starcrossed – Allie Therin

Content warnings: I’m a sucker for sunshine/grumpy pairings, and Rory and Arthur completely stole my heart in Spellbound. So it’s no surprise that I jumped on this book the second I saw the ARC was available. The story picks up not long after the events of the last book, so I would definitely not recommend reading this as a standalone. I…

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Variable Onset
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Review: Variable Onset – Layla Reyne

I loved Layla Reyne’s Irish and Whiskey and Trouble Brewing series, so I was excited to see she had a new book coming out. One of the townspeople describes the main characters as a “hot-as-fuck agent and his pet professor” which I think gives you a good idea of what this book is like! Plus, the fake relationship and opposites attract…

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Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
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Review: Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing – Charlie Adhara

Look, I cannot express in words how much I love Cooper and Park. From reluctant partners to is-this-a-relationship to living together, it’s been quite the journey, and now we’ve reached the next step – relationship counseling! If you haven’t read anything in the Big Bad Wolf series yet, please go read them – and beware, spoilers for the first three…

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The Wolf at Bay
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Review: The Wolf at Bay – Charlie Adhara

Imagine my surprise when, while rereading the Big Bad Wolf series in preparation for the fourth book, I realized I’d never actually officially reviewed the second one. So, I’ve updated my personal notes from my first read through and added on some additional insights. Oh, Charlie Adhara, how is this only your second book???  If you may recall, I fangirled…

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Love in the Stacks
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Review: Love in the Stacks – Delilah Peters

Even though I’m happily wallowing in Halloween-themed romances, given my general love for the Dirty Bits line and romances featuring librarians, I happily snatched this Christmas novella up. There’s a Christmas party, complete with one of those annoying gift games, ugly Christmas sweaters, and then, as the piece de resistance, the main couple gets snowed in at the library. I’m…

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Playing House
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Review: Playing House – Ruby Lang

Just like the cover shows, this is a cute and humorous novella about two thirty-something urban planners finding love among NYC architecture. “I think you might be the most driven person I know.” Then, thinking it sounded cold or off-putting somehow, he hastily added, “That’s a compliment, by the way.” After her divorce, Fay has little time for anything other…

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Spellbound
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Review: Spellbound – Allie Therin

Content warnings: First off – this cover is gorgeous! Anyone following romance has seen an uptick in illustrated covers, and I especially like this one. Second, this book is absolutely adorable! It’s a bit of a role reversal, with the older man being the softie with a heart of gold and the younger one being the prickly hedgehog. Rory is…

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The Austen Playbook
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Review: The Austen Playbook – Lucy Parker

Look, this book has a house party with a family secrets mystery and a romance between a Slytherin and a Hufflepuff.  That should be enough to tell you if you’re interested, but if you want an actual review, well… This is the fourth in the London Celebrities series, but I think would work well as a standalone. “It was a…

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