Didn't realize that this was the second book in a series. It makes sense why I was slightly confused at times when it came to Sera's relationship andDidn't realize that this was the second book in a series. It makes sense why I was slightly confused at times when it came to Sera's relationship and back story.
Katie and Dean were a good pair, but the maturity levels were different on so many levels. Katie tended to get on my nerves with her distrust in lasting love and relationships due to her parents failed marriage. Dean was mature and dealt with this better, especially after what Katie did to him in high school.
The nerdy references were a nice change to me. Those aren't things I find too often. Dean, his ability to cook, his dogs and his man bun were favourites, especially his Dalmatian named Pongo. I got that reference from the beginning.
What happened between Katie and Dean in high school was unclear to me. All I know is that she somehow embarrassed him in school while they were dating. That part of the plot never felt clearly explained although he did forgive her.
Katie's little drunken outburst at her mother's wedding dinner was a little much as was her fight with Sera where she told her off and just said some cruel things to her best friend. Sera did forgive her, but things with her mother were never really mentioned again....more
Typical Harlquin romance. Nothing spectacular. Jess falls for her widowed brother-in-law Zane while she recovers from being jilted on her wedding. He'sTypical Harlquin romance. Nothing spectacular. Jess falls for her widowed brother-in-law Zane while she recovers from being jilted on her wedding. He's recovering from a fall off stage and broken bones. Kind of lean on one other and move on together. Jess ended up playing assistant after his leaves suddenly to take care of her ill mother....more
Cute story for the most part. Part of a series and though I haven't read the first book, I was able to follow the stReceived in exchange for a review.
Cute story for the most part. Part of a series and though I haven't read the first book, I was able to follow the story and there was enough description of the characters to give you an idea as to whom they were.
Liked the relationship between Maggie and Griffin. Likeable characters who were realistic. Not too much drama.
Some parts were left not clearly explained unless I managed to skip over it when reading somehow. At one point she is take in by the police, but she never tells Griffin about it though it ruined their plans for the night. (view spoiler)[Was her memory issues caused by an accident or was it just something that suddenly happened and had her end up in the hospital that time? Was that the cause of the migraines and medication for blood clots? (hide spoiler)]
Cute story. Definitely want to read the rest of the series.
What happens when a rich heiress and a baseball player meet in a club? A night of cuddling.Cute story. Definitely want to read the rest of the series.
What happens when a rich heiress and a baseball player meet in a club? A night of cuddling.
Evangeline and Ryan were likable characters, each with their own demons and flaws. Both have their best friends and siblings who are there for them. Ryan's mother and sisters were just a crazy bunch of women whom all love and worry about him. Evangeline had her brother and her best friend.
Ryan was the first to declare his love and he felt too clingy and almost needy, wanting to be with Evangeline, etc.
Sorry to rant but I'm so tired of the whole miscommunication/ seeing the main character with someone of the opposite sex and jumping to conclusions and ending the relationship. And getting back together after a while of being mopy/lonely/depressed.
And for god's sake, use a condom! I'm tired of all the heroine's who end up pregnant....more