Grand Slam by J.T. Cheyanne

I’m not rating this because I didn’t finish it.

Basically, this book just wasn’t for me. I’m sure people who enjoy rainbows, and sunshine, and cotton candy will love this. The only thing I loved about it was the cover, and it’s time for us to part ways. It’s not you, it’s me and all that.

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Let’s Hear it for the Boy by T.A. Webb

T.A. Webb’s writing is gracefully melancholy. Let’s Hear it for the Boy is a hauntingly beautiful story about love and pain.

Racing for the Sun by Amy Lane

It’s official. Amy Lane gives good book. She draws me in every single time. This one left me feeling like I’d experienced every emotion under the sun. It was emotionally exhausting yet satisfying. By the end I felt completely wrung out.

Tell Me It’s Real by T.J. Klune

Wow. This is probably one of the funniest books I have ever read in my life. Keep in mind I get off on bitchiness, snark, sarcasm, absurdities, and weird awkwardness. All of which this book has in plenty.

Bad Attitude by K.A. Mitchell

I loved this, I really did. It drew me in right at the beginning. Gavin and Jamie were great characters. They were both amusing, had a great dynamic together, and had so much sexual tension between them. When they got together it was explosive, and hot, and wow. But then it was over too quickly.

Too Stupid to Live by Anne Tenino

I absolutely loved this! It was so cute, and so so hot.