Rant, Review

Review: Lovelight Farms by B.K. Borison (2021)

Lovelight, Book #1

Heat Factor: It’s not not sexy, but the vibe was definitely in keeping with the cover art

Character Chemistry: Stella and Luca have been in love for NINE YEARS but refuse to a) admit it and b) do anything about it

Plot: Thirty-year-old woman is incompetent at both entrepreneurship and love, figures out how to do both during the course of this book

Overall: I was not a great audience for this book, but there are many people who will totally love it

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Recommended Read, Series Review

Series Review: Check Please! by Ngozi Ukazu (2018-2020)

Heat Factor: Kisses! 

Character Chemistry: It’s not like they’re without their problems, but this is a really lovely relationship

Plot: Bitty goes to college and learns how to be himself. And he falls in love with the NHL-bound hockey captain. 

Overall: I read everything within 24 hours. Absolutely delightful.

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Review

Review: Dating Dr. Dil by Nisha Sharma (2022)

If Shakespeare was an Auntie, Book #1

Heat Factor: There’s plenty of stuff that goes on, but he is very invested in her, er, orchid. 

Character Chemistry: It’s Something at first sight, they just can’t agree on what that Something is.

Plot: They’re soulmates who have fundamentally different beliefs about love, which pushes them apart, but life goal deadlines for both of them push them back together.

Overall: The Prem scenes after they have sex for the first time are amazing.

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Review: Season’s Change by Cait Nary (2022)

Trade Season, Book #1

Heat Factor: Centers on the emotional tension growing, not on the sex (which was so tender)

Character Chemistry: I was on tenterhooks

Plot: Olly has a lot of trauma to deal with and Benji is a little bit clueless but extremely supportive

Overall: Uff da, what a tearjerker!

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Review

Review: Lies & Lullabies by Sarina Bowen (2020)

Hush Note, Book #1

Heat Factor: They have very gentle loving sex because of Kira’s past

Character Chemistry: I got sucked in by all their drama, so I guess it worked

Plot: “OMG I am SO happy to see you again!” → “WTF I have a CHILD?!” → “Let’s be together forever, I promise that me being a rock star who tours for months every year will not be a problem.”

Overall: I was expecting to get bent out of shape about the secret baby drama, but I got some bonus annoyance as well.

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