I love me a good royal romance and I thought The Swedish Prince was a great one. It kind of reminded me of the movie “Going To America”, combined with another hit “Maid In Manhattan”. While there were a similarities, The Swedish Prince stood out because of its emphasis on family.
The heroine -Maggie McPherson was living a pretty carefree life as a college student across the country when her life is literally turned upside …
Such a great book about family, loss, redemption and courage to face the past. I love the Cape Cod setting and the characters kept you on your toes.
I hated some of the decisions from the characters and it drove me absolutely batty. The plot was predictable but that didn’t stop me from loving it. I loved the drama and how everything unfolded. If you love family dramas then this is a must read.
You have to be in the right mood to read this book and personally I tried so many times to get there but it wasn’t happening for me despite how many times I tried. I thought the beginning was great, we witness a couple fall head over heels in love and then out of love.
The issues I had with All Your Perfects was I couldn’t relate to Quinn. I failed to form a connection …
Have I told you how much I love this series? What is so great about it is the family connection especially when it comes to the youngest sibling, Sutton. If you read the previous books you know that she has been through the wringer. She definitely deserved something great and David definitely had the potential to be just that.
I always thought that David and Sutton made the perfect couple from the very beginning but …
When I began reading, I couldn’t stop. It was one of those insta-attraction, love at first sight kind of things but for Heather and Jett , it worked – beautifully. What I loved most about it was that Jett was defined by his rockstar status but he was a true musician.
There were times where I was frustrated with him (because I thought Heather deserved something good in her life) but as everything revealed itself …
I am typically one of those readers that shies away from romance written by male authors. This is just a matter of opinion but for me, they’re “different” but I am glad that I took a chance on this one because the MC world that Scott Hildreth created isn’t like any other.
I am accustomed to MC with action, suspense and thrills . Devil’s Disciples MC contain some of that but this wasn’t the focal …
Reminiscent of the beloved novels by Mary Kubica and Jodi Picoult comes a chilling portrayal of a son’s addiction and its harrowing effects on both him and his mother from New York Times bestselling author Courtney Cole. SAVING BECK is now available!
I sometimes hate writing reviews when a book is so personal to the author. You want to do their book justice but at the same time you want to be honest. So here is my …
I couldn’t ask for a better ending for Ivy and Levi! What was so great about the final book was I didn’t see that ending coming. If you’ve been following the trilogy, what Ivy went through was heartbreaking. Her pain was something that I couldn’t imagine her getting over soon.
Levi though was the one thing that made the difference. Not foreign to heartache himself, he knew exactly what Ivy needed when she needed it. …
I didn’t know what to expect from this book but I didn’t think that it would have me crying and laughing all at once.
The Accidentals is a tale of loss, love, friendship and strength. Loving someone from afar to realize that things aren’t what they appear. People grow and change. Some for the worse while others for the better. It’s tragic and moving.
I really loved this book! I could easily see Jake staring at …