Never Sweeter by Charlotte Stein

Never Sweeter by Charlotte Stein

A while ago, I reviewed Penelope Douglas’ Bully and it generated a wonderful conversation about books featuring the bully-to-lovers trope. I mentioned that I had started Never Sweeter and originally DNF’d it, but I was inspired to give it another go to see if author Charlotte Stein managed to write a successful bully redemption story….

Salt by Fearne Hill

Salt by Fearne Hill

Fearne Hill’s Salt is book one in her new Island Love series of romances set on the beautiful Île de Ré off the western coast of France. It’s a gorgeous, slow-burn, May/December love story between a young French salt farmer and an Englishman who has come to the island to recuperate after an illness. The…

King of Pride by Ana Huang

King of Pride by Ana Huang

King of Pride is the second book in Ana Huang’s popular Kings of Sin series. She is known for writing dark and spicy romances and I was glad to see this one isn’t as dark as her others. The story has opposites attract and forbidden love tropes along with business and family drama. It’s my…

Just a Taste by Briar Prescott

Just a Taste by Briar Prescott

Briar Prescott takes a short break from her Until series to bring us Just a Taste – a sexy, heartfelt and well-written love story laced with tenderness and plenty of the author’s trademark humour and banter. I’ve seen it described as a ‘wet cat/golden retriever’ romance, and that kind of sums it up perfectly; we’ve…

What is Love? by Jen Comfort

What is Love? by Jen Comfort

In this story we have two rivals competing in a trivia competition with plenty of snarky banter and spice. It’s perfect for readers like me who love romcoms and trivia shows. Theodore Ferguson III (Teddy) Teddy is a professor of geography and geoscience at MIT. He first meets Maxine Hart at the backstage of the…

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