Eruption by Ivy Smoak
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I’ve been rocking with this series since the beginning. Penny Taylor and James Hunter (aka Professor Hunter) have come a long way since the world found out about their illicit student-teacher affair. In Eruption we find James and Penny two years after leaving the University of New Castle for a new start in NYC. Penny has just graduated college and she’s preparing to marry James within a couple of weeks. And so the drama begins… Continue reading
I’m Judging You: The Do-Better Manual by Luvvie Ajayi
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
I’ve been following AwesomelyLuvvie.com since the early days; it’s kept me in stitches, even when she tackled topics that weren’t supposed to be quite so funny. Though I’ve never met Luvvie in person, she’s like a little sister in my mind and I’m so very proud to bear witness to her many accomplishments over the years. Her talent is undeniable, but she also uses the platform she has attained to do good and give back. Brava, Miss Luvvie! Brava!
Beach Thing by D.L. White
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
DL White has quickly cemented herself on my must-read list.
I found myself reading not one, but two books that were boring the snot out of me so I woke up early for a Sunday, ready to read something to get me out of my slump. Beach Thing didn’t disappoint!
Happy Hump Day, Friends! How’s September treating you? Well, I hope! For September, MRN introduces you to a new romance author whose work I hope you’ll enjoy!
MRN shines the spotlight on Author C. Chilove. Let’s jump right in to get to know Ms. Chilove and her work…
Can two souls with fractured parts be the best cure for each other’s wounds? Find out
in the first book in Mika Jolie’s latest contemporary romance series, Poison and Wine, with
SOMEWHERE TO BEGIN. Continue reading
Life After Yes by Aidan Donnelley Rowley
My rating: 3.5 stars
I bought this audiobook on a whim based on a glowing recommendation from a friend when I was looking to step outside my normal box. My friend is very familiar with my reading preferences; thus I was predictably intrigued by the blurb. Continue reading