Hello and welcome!!!!
It’s a new month and over the past month I have read quite a number of books and I can’t wait to introduce you to them. With the state of the world, reading has been my solace and it has been keeping me sane. I hope you are doing things to keep your mind busy. Stay safe guys. Let’s get into it.
Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare
Since I still plan on doing a full review of this book, I will just tell you briefly about it. This book is set in Edwardian London and it follows the children of Will and Tessa from The Infernal Devices, James and Lucie Herondale. The book really kick off with the arrival of Cordelia Carstairs and her family in London, where they have decided to set roots while her father is on trial. We find out about her feelings for James but James doesn’t feel the same as he is in love with the mysterious Grace Blackthorn. I am not forgetting the whispering room anytime soon and I don’t know what I am going to do with myself until I read the next book.
I gave this book 5 out of 5 stars
Voyeur & Savior by Fiona cole
These are the 1st and 3rd books in the Voyeur series which I read during Lock-down-a-thon, check them out. In Voyeur, we follow Oaklyn who decides to work at a Voyeuristic sex club because her parents spent her tuition on a car (this part of the book pissed me off), this is where she meets Callum who turns out to be her Lecturer. In Savior, we follow Alexandra who decides to sell her virginity online because she is in desperate need of money but fortunately for her she is saved by a rich hunk.
I gave each book 3.8 out of 5 stars
Until it Fades by K.A. Tucker
This one I really enjoyed, and it makes me want to pick up more of K.A. Tucker books. I really loved the writing style and the story progression, although I could have done without the first ten chapters, they made me so bored and tired. We follow 24 year old Catherine who is the struggling mother of a 5 year old (side note, she was taken advantage of by her highschool teacher) who saves Brett Madden a popular Hockey player who aslo is the son of a popular veteran actress. This is a really slow, slow burn book (it wasn’t smutty). It was just beautiful to read.
I gave this 4.7 out of 5 stars
Lick by Kylie Scott
I live for books with rock star vibes and this was one that didn’t let me down. Evelyn wakes up in bed with a complete stranger in Vegas after a night celebrating her 21st birthday. The only evidence of what went down the night before is the pounding headache and the diamond on her finger. The only one who can remember what happened was David who is an extremely popular band member. Soon the media is at her doorstep and the calm life she knew is forgotten and they decides to give the relationship a chance and as you can guess (sex, sex, sex). The is book is just straight sex. One thing I really like about this book is the fact we just get straight into their relationship.
I gave this book 3.7 out of 5 stars
Undercover Bromance by Lyssa Kay Adams
I have to point out that I really enjoyed the first book better. Here we follow characters that we saw in the first book Liv and Braden. When Liv finds out that her asshole of a boss is sexually harassing her coworker, she gets fired and as to seek the help of the bromance book club to get back at him. Braden also gets to come out of his shell formed by his past and express his love for Liv.
I gave this book 3.9 out of 5 stars
Stepbrother Dearest by Penelope Ward
Elec moves in with his father who had just remarried, that when he meets his new stepsister Gretha, they have a night of insane sex and seven years later they meet again at his father’s funeral and he is with his girlfriend. I really enjoyed this book a lot more than I was expecting
I gave this book 3.2 out of 5 stars
Thanks for reading.
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I have read Neighbor dearest and Lick i liked them too. Rock star romance is also a thing a joy for me. Try the VIP series by Kristen Callihan and see how you get on.
I will have to search for it on Kindle