New Adult plus Pride and Prejudice is my idea of a happy read. By now, I think it’s obvious how much I love P&P, so to read a modern-day adaptation in this genre was such a fun experience. Relatable, fresh yet still so familiar, All the Things I Know offers a loyal telling of the classic, but with its own twists and tales to share.
Tag: hate to love
Synopsis I should’ve never agreed to this arrangement… Thirty days ago, my boss—Mr. Wolf of Wall Street, came to me with an offer I couldn’t refuse: Sign my name on the dotted line and pretend to be his fiancée for one month. If I agreed, he would let me out […]
Most Eligible Bastard by Annika Martin on November 7th 2017 Genres: Adult, Contemporary Romance, Rom-Com Pages: 330 Format: eARC Source: Blog Tour Host Amazon US Goodreads He’s a powerful billionaire CEO who built the family business into an empire. The money doesn’t matter to him, but the company is his […]
President Darcy: A Modern Pride and Prejudice Variation by Victoria Kincaid on October 10th, 2017 Genres: Contemporary Romance, Pride and Prejudice Pages: 278 Format: eARC Source: via Author Amazon US Goodreads A contemporary adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice President William Darcy has it all: wealth, intelligence, and the […]
Ready to Run is a cute, spunky, and fun small town romantic comedy that will make you grin and laugh at the witty and effortless banter, swoon at the sexual tension, and maybe even tear up at certain events in the story. It had a wonderful pace and a […]
Illegal Contact by Santino Hassell Series: The Barons #1 Published by InterMix on August 15th, 2017 Genres: Adult, Contemporary Romance, MM Romance Pages: 251 Format: eARC Source: Netgalley Amazon US Goodreads The rules of the game don’t apply off the field in this first Barons novel. New York Barons tight […]
The Chateau of Happily-Ever-Afters by Jaimie Admans Published by HQ Digital on June 7th, 2017 Genres: Contemporary Romance, Chick Lit Pages: 272 Format: eARC Source: Netgalley Amazon US Goodreads Where dreams come true…? Wendy Clayton stopped believing in fairy tales a long time ago. Instead, she has a ‘nice’ life. […]
The Contract had everything I wanted in a story—hate to love, marriage of convenience, slow burn! There’s genuine dislike between our a-hole hero and strong and resilient heroine, and it was such a pleasure to read the gradual change in their relationship as they played house.