Breaching the Contract is a short but sweet love story that was a great start to a new series. It was a fun, enjoyable, quick read with little drama, two adorable kids, a smart, determined and hardworking female lead and a confident and sexy single dad rocking it in a suit.
Tag: office romance
We have another fun, sexy, and hilarious book from Lauren Blakely! The Knocked Up Plan will leave you laughing, swooning, and falling in love with its great plot, perfect pacing, and an engaging story from start to finish.
“The best and only way to kick off summer, devouring The Last Guy and then doing it all over again because it’s just that good.” — #1New York Times Bestselling Author Rachel Van Dyken
Dating You / Hating You by Christina Lauren Published by Gallery Books on June 6th, 2017 Genres: Adult, Contemporary Romance Pages: 368 Format: Paperback Source: Publisher Amazon US Goodreads All’s fair in love and work. The first standalone romance by New York Times and #1 international bestselling author Christina Lauren […]
IMPERFECT LOVE Kindle World, a fabulous new series featuring strong alpha heroes who get knocked sideways when they suddenly begin noticing the heroine in a whole new light. In partnership with Kendall Ryan & these amazing bestselling authors: Kelly Elliott, Adriana Locke, Mandi Beck, T. Gephart, Kim Karr, Cora Kenborn, […]
I am in love with the hero! I love an alpha as much as the next girl does, but there’s just something about an adorable, sweet, nerdy guy like Andrew that makes me grin and swoon.
Evie Reed wants a do-over from a terrible first time and she wants it with her brother’s best friend, Smith Hamilton. She has it all planned out. She’ll meet her brother and Smith in Paris, have dinner with them, have him escort her to her room, invite him to her […]
Anything You Can Do by R.S. Grey on February 2nd, 2017 Genres: New Adult, Contemporary Romance, Rom-Com Pages: 247 Format: eARC Source: via Author Amazon US Goodreads Lucas Thatcher has always been my enemy. It’s been a decade since I’ve seen him, but our years on opposite coasts were less […]