Tag: New Adult

Lost to You by A.L. Jackson

Lost to You by A.L. Jackson

I had just finished reading a fantastic couple of books that left me on a book buzz high. This was the perfect short sweet novella that let me continue to ride the wave for a little while longer. Lost to You is a beautiful story about two equally beautiful people. Christian… Read more »

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Drawn To You by Ker Dukey

Drawn To You by Ker Dukey

  After a failed relationship and then a vicious attack, Antonia decides a fresh start is in order. She ends up staying with her best friend, Gaby, while waiting for her apartment to be available. Gaby just happens to live with her older brother, Finlay, who’s a jerk and has… Read more »

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Black Hearts by Karina Halle

Black Hearts by Karina Halle

  You know that moment you kick yourself for not reading a book sooner? Well, that was me as soon as I read the synopsis mentioning the Bernals. I have missed Javier.  He has earned a special spot in my heart in the area reserved for anti-heroes– the ones that… Read more »

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Under the Bleachers by K.K. Allen

Under the Bleachers by K.K. Allen

The romance between a young NFL player and the girl who’s just trying to figure out her life makes Under the Bleachers an entertaining read. It definitely fits into the NA category, and while the MCs were not particularly immature some of their issues felt very “young-ish” to me. Monica is currently working… Read more »

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Beautifully Broken by Laura Lee

Beautifully Broken by Laura Lee

Beautifully Broken is a story of a broken young woman who delves into one night stands as she tries to block out her past. Her coping mechanism comes undone at a bar one night when she hooks up with a guy who never assumed for one moment she would be… Read more »

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Stepbrother Dearest by Penelope Ward

Stepbrother Dearest by Penelope Ward

Elec is a boy’s name I had never heard before. Using an uncommon name for a character has benefits. There is little chance of confusing the character you are reading with another nor is it likely to be a name a name of a person close to you, which can… Read more »

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Shielding Lily by Alexa Riley

Shielding Lily by Alexa Riley

As the warning at the end of the blurb says: They start off innocent and turn into maniacs. But is one long sweet ride. Shielding Lily is a great story, and shows how AR’s OTT heroes are born, not made: “I’m gonna kiss you, Lily Parker. Because you’re the sweetest and… Read more »

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Up In The Treehouse by K.K. Allen

Up In The Treehouse by K.K. Allen

Up In The Treehouse is a heartfelt story about three characters that takes you from their childhood years into adulthood. Bullying is a key theme throughout the book, not in the action but the impact it has on both the victims and the perpetrators. The side issue was constant misinterpretations… Read more »

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Heat It Up by Stina Lindenblatt

Heat It Up by Stina Lindenblatt

Well, the blurb for Heat It Up is a perfect summary of this book: that is exactly what happens in the story. Sofia took a summer work exchange in Finland where her Grandmother lives, and although her mother is Finnish and as a child she visited in the summers, even though… Read more »

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