Review

Review: Knit, Purl, a Baby, and a Girl by Hettie Bell (2021)

Heat Factor: There’s one fairly explicit scene around the midpoint

Character Chemistry: They really like each other, but…it’s complicated

Plot: Poppy accidentally gets pregnant, decides to keep the baby, falls in love, and finds herself

Overall: Cute

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Review: My So-Called Bollywood Life by Nisha Sharma (2018)

Heat Factor: Kisses only

Character Chemistry: It is obviously destiny because they like the same kind of ice cream.

Plot: Winnie thought her ex was her destiny, but now she doesn’t. Shenanigans ensue. 

Overall: I was having a blast until supposedly responsible adults told this high schooler to put her college plans in jeopardy for a boy.

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Recommended Read, Review

Review: Heart of the Dragon by Jamie Sullivan (2018)

Heat Factor: Waggly eyebrows, for the most part

Character Chemistry: Oenyn and Richard are cute together, but it’s more about Oenyn’s growth as a young man

Plot: Oenyn, accidentally acquired by Madfall as a baby, is raised as a dragon. Richard is going to slay the dragon. Oenyn is not on board with that. 

Overall: The real hero here is Madfall, whom I love.

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Series Review

Series Review: Arden St. Ives Trilogy by Alexis Hall (2017)

Heat Factor: Frequent and with lots of kink

Character Chemistry: SO ANGSTY

Plot: New Adult figures out how to Adult in context of relationship with emotionally complicated Billionaire. 

Overall:

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Review: First and Only by Allie Winters (2020)

Suncoast University, Book 4

Reviews of previous books in the Suncoast University series: Book 1, Book 2, Book 3

Heat Factor: So, so steamy it’ll be a hazard for the glasses-wearing folks

Character Chemistry: They didn’t stand a chance…just the way we like it!

Plot: Jake needs a tutor after his athletic career goes down the toilet after an injury and Eden needs to learn how to be a young adult, basically. A sexy, coming-of-age, teach-me-how-to-do-sexy-things type book that unfolds deliciously slow.

Overall: This whole series is just itching to be read in one long weekend.

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