Tag: New Adult

Contempt by Bethany-kris

Contempt by Bethany-kris

Loved it! Lucia and Renzo have been to hell and back since we last checked in on them in Harbor. I believe the title could have easily been Contempt and Contrition, for as much bitterness Lucia harbored, there were so many loved ones surrounding her trying to mend the bridges… Read more »

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Harbor by Bethany-Kris

Harbor by Bethany-Kris

Blind Love! The love of family is at the forefront of Ren and Lucia’s story. Lucia is prepared to blindly follow Ren to the ends of the earth because life without him is no longer possible. It’s important to have read Privilege before Harbor as this book picks up where… Read more »

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Sweetest Sorrow by J.M Darhower

Sweetest Sorrow by J.M Darhower

Wow! Sometimes a book leaves me with such a buzz that I don’t stop and write a review. Unbelievable but true. Why? I get greedy and reach for another book to maintain the euphoria. This is fraught with danger when you do the same at the end of the next book…. Read more »

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Privilege by Bethany-Kris

Privilege by Bethany-Kris

Bookbuzzed! Ever read a book that you instantly fell in love with and got disappointed each time you glanced at how many pages remained? Well that was me throughout this book. I could have easily devoured this book in one sitting but life demanded I read it over two sittings. Thank… Read more »

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Naz & Roz by Bethany-Kris

Naz & Roz by Bethany-Kris

From the first chapter until the last of Naz & Roz’s story I was hooked. My buzz ignited and I was left hankering for my next 5 star fix! Theirs is a story of young love steeped in maturity. Naz has his feet firmly in the family business while Roz… Read more »

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Harlow by Karyn Rae

Harlow by Karyn Rae

I was drawn to Harlow’s book by the premise of a second chance romance that takes place in sync with the heroine hitting 40. It’s a time when possibilities and fun times are all there to be embraced. Add to the mix a marriage breakup and the story had the… Read more »

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Dancing in the Dark by T.L. Martin

Dancing in the Dark by T.L. Martin

Dancing in the Dark began with a brutal introduction, to the extent I reconsidered whether I wanted to continue reading. I only continued because I had joined a buddy read in a dark readers group. If I chose to stop reading, I needed to justify why and “the content made… Read more »

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The Matchmaker’s Playbook by Rachel Van Dyken

The Matchmaker’s Playbook by Rachel Van Dyken

I happened upon The Matchmaker by chance through Passionflix. Before seeing this, I had watched Outlander and fell in love with the books, so I decided to go against my old rule of read the book first. I wished I’d stuck to my rules… The film is an excellent adaptation… Read more »

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P.S. I Hate You by Winter Renshaw

P.S. I Hate You by Winter Renshaw

  I really liked the premise of P.S. I Hate You where there were letters exchanged between a girl and a hot guy in the military. I’m kind of a sucker for this type of story. Maritza is working as a waitress in a pancake restaurant in LA while figuring… Read more »

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Craving Hawk by Nicole Jacquelyn

Craving Hawk by Nicole Jacquelyn

It didn’t matter how many times I read the name Hawk, I immediately visualised a male bad-ass character. Hawk is in fact Heather’s nickname given to her by Rebel, Molly’s daughter when she was little. It stuck and I think it’s awesome given the history, but I can’t believe the… Read more »

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