I love the little town of Charmed Texas! We met Carmen in book 1 A Charmed Little Lie which I LOVED (you can read my 4.5 STAR review HERE).
Carmen is a lawyer, wants to escape small-town life, and had one of the greatest experiences with love 15 years ago with a carnie named Sully […]
Tag: Christine’s Reviews
Tarryn Fisher is known to write different, out of the box stories—stories that make you analyze every single word, and stories that you can’t forget long after you close the book. Atheists Who Kneel and Pray is no different and quite honestly my favorite TF book to date. If you asked me to compare it to […]
Cocky Client is another quick, fun, HOT read from Whitney G. I love these little novellas as we are waiting for her longer books to release.
Penelope Lauren is a publicist at a small firm and has been tasked with working on her most stubborn client yet—CEO Ryan Dalton whose favorite hobby is f#$king and not being […]
There is something about JT Geissinger books that I just love. Truthfully I think its a combo of hot alpha men, strong female characters who give their men sass, captivating stories that are so suspenseful that you are sitting on the edge of your seat wondering what will happen next, the heat..OMG THE HEAT. But […]
I love a good mafia story and K.L. Grayson nailed it with Black!
Black is the story of Shae Black who has come back to Chicago after being gone for 14 years living with her adopted family. Shae is searching for answers about her real family—answers to questions she has a hard time remembering because they […]
I had the privilege of early reading Steal… I LOVE second chance romance stories and I simply adore the characters in the Seaside Pictures series.
Will and Angelica are both stars and famous in their own right—he is in a band and she is an actress in movies. Will and Angelica date and fall in love […]
Happy Release to Samantha Young and The Impossible Vastness of Us! Enjoy a sneak peek into the book below and make sure to enter the giveaway! Good luck!
I don’t typically read a ton of YA because often times it’s too young for my taste. But I completely loved The Impossible Vastness of Us—finding it hard to […]