Publisher: Berkley

Review: The Ex Talk – Rachel Lynn Solomon

Review: The Ex Talk – Ra..

Over summer 2020 I read my first Rachel Lynn Solomon book, Today Tonight Tomorrow, a YA contemporary that essentially took place over one night in Seattle, and I fell in love. I loved the way Rachel told a story and the way she used the city to be a character. I knew I needed to keep an eye out for whatever was next from her so imagine my surprise when I saw I didn’t have to wait long. The Ex Talk, an adult romance, was coming out in January. Immediately I knew I needed to read it and let me […]

Posted January 13, 2021 by Andi / 0 Comments
Review: How to Fail at Flirting – Denise Williams

Review: How to Fail at Flirtin..

Literally about a week before the world changed and we all started living in this weird, surreal reality I heard about a book, How to Fail at Flirting. I read the description and added it to my TBR. It sounds like the kind of romance book that was 100% me. Well I am happy to report that it completely blew away my expectations. It was just magical and perfect and one of my favorite reads of 2020. How to Fail at Flirting is about Naya Turner. Naya is in a rut. She has been living her life by a checklist […]

Posted November 16, 2020 by Andi / 0 Comments
Review: Crazy Stupid Bromance – Lyssa Kay Adams

Review: Crazy Stupid Bromance ..

Truth time…I was scared to read Crazy Stupid Bromance. I was highly entertained and amused by The Bromance Book Club. I love the idea of a bunch of men using romance books to help them with the women in their lives. It was different and fun and I was really looking forward to Undercover Bromance. Sadly though it was only good enough. It didn’t have the same magic as book one. So when I read about Crazy Stupid Bromance I was a little worried. I had no way to know if it would be like Bromance or Undercover. Well the […]

Posted October 5, 2020 by Andi / 0 Comments
Review: Well Played – Jen DeLuca

Review: Well Played – Je..

I was sad when I didn’t fall in love with Well Met when I read it. So many people were head over heels for it and it didn’t 100% work for me which happens. I get bad, but it happens. And even though it wasn’t a favorite it left me interested enough to want to see what happened in book two. Well I can happily report that Well Played ended up being beyond my expectations and a book I really loved when all is said and done. Well Played is is the perfect companion book to Well Met. It follows […]

Posted September 17, 2020 by Andi / 2 Comments
Review: The Roommate – Rosie Danan

Review: The Roommate – R..

One of my favorite romance troupes is forced proximity. I love the uncomfortable and awkward situations couples get themselves into when they are forced to share a space. So when I read the description for The Roommate and saw it was an unexpected roommate situation I knew I was in for a good journey. Unexpected roommate is like top tier forced proximity and I am always 100% here for it. And I can happily report that The Roommate 100% didn’t let me down. It checked all the great troupe marks and then some. The Roommate starts with Clara Wheaton, an […]

Posted September 9, 2020 by Andi / 0 Comments