Tag: Contemporary

Review: Eyes on Me by Rachel Harris

Review: Eyes on Me by Rachel Harris

Rachel Harris has been a go-to for contemporary YA romances for me and every time I read one of her books, I enjoy the heck out of them. It took me no time at all to fall into this book and it was another one sitting read about two young students who fall in love […]

Review: The Dating Game by Kiley Roache

Review: The Dating Game by Kiley Roache

The Dating Game caught my eye while I was browsing Edelweiss because I liked the look of the cover and the blurb was interesting. It’s got The Social Network vibe working for it and I enjoyed that movie so I was mighty curious about this one. Three students come together for a group project, create […]

Review: Getting Lucky Number Seven by Cindi Madsen

Review: Getting Lucky Number Seven by Cindi Madsen

This month’s reading suggestion for the TBR Challenge was about choosing your favorite trope to read and I have a lot of favorites but I chose the best friend’s to lovers trope because that’s in the top of the tops list and this book fit the bill perfectly. Getting Lucky Number Seven is the first […]

Review: Burn by Maya Banks

Review: Burn by Maya Banks

This is the final and best book in the Breathless trilogy. Not that it took much to be better than Rush and Fever. Ash has always been an intriguing character. He’s always seemed like the “aw shucks” type of guy. He never seemed to be much more than a pretty face. There was a hint […]

Review: Fever by Maya Banks

Review: Fever by Maya Banks

This book. This book was not for me. It is book two in the Breathless trilogy. This trilogy follows three best friends/business partners. In Fever we get the story of Jace Crestwell, who is the brother of the heroine in Rush. It’s made abundantly clear in Rush that Jace and his best friend Ash share […]