Zelda Besh has had a rough day, month, year, life. She meets Ash Santillan in an airplane and somehow enBoss in the Bedsheets is a rom com standalone.
Zelda Besh has had a rough day, month, year, life. She meets Ash Santillan in an airplane and somehow ends up convincing him to take her on as an assistant. They couldn't be more different but they say opposites attract after all...
This was such a fun read! It's not too light of a read and it's not too heavy. Zelda was so quirky and smart and wacky, I adored her! She had some self esteem issues and other shadows in her past but her attitude was still upbeat and mostly positive. I enjoyed all the witty banter between the zany Zelda and the staid Ash. It did take me awhile to warm up to him, he was a pretty stiff character at first but in the end, they were perfect for each other. And dare I say, Ash turned out to be quite...ahem...assertive in the bedroom! Plus, the secondary characters added an interesting and funny perspective!
This one was a solid 4 gold stars! It's a romantic, swexy, easy read that will make you smile. Told from dual POVs with a sweet ever after. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book....more
The Girl in the Love Song is book 1 in the Lost Boys series. This will be a series with interconnected characters but each story should standalone.
13 The Girl in the Love Song is book 1 in the Lost Boys series. This will be a series with interconnected characters but each story should standalone.
13 year old Violet McNamara has a good life. A big house with loving parents (mostly). So when she meets the homeless Miller Stratton, Violet can't stop herself from befriending and helping him. Four years later, they're still the best of friends. They love each other in secret but Violet is determined not to ruin their friendship with romance. And now it seems that circumstance, maybe even fate, are going to keep them apart.
Wow...This story!! From the very beginning, Emma Scott had me transfixed, engrossed, bewitched! I absolutely adored Violet. She was tenacious, smart, cheeky, generous, plucky. I just wanted to hug her because she was so sweet yet the life she knew was slowly unraveling. But then, there was Miller. God, I wanted to hug him too because his life was crap and it seemed never ending. He was almost shy, sensitive, reserved but incredibly creative and his heart belonged to Violet. There's very few books I've read where I'm equally in love with both main characters but this is one story where I totally am! Miller and Violet are soul mates, they're meant to be together but the road to happiness isn't an easy one and my heart ached for them.
I have to mention the secondary characters too. I..Can't..Wait.. For more of the Lost Boys!! With Emma Scott's phenomenal talent, I know their stories will be fabulous. Told from dual POVs with a happy ending. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book....more
Bohemian Patience is book 3 in the Traveler series. I have not read the first two books but I had no problem jumping right into this story (in fact, tBohemian Patience is book 3 in the Traveler series. I have not read the first two books but I had no problem jumping right into this story (in fact, this is my first read from author Misty Walker).
Freedom and Essie are gypsies. They've lived their lives according to the Romani culture. Now, as is tradition, it's time for Essie and Freedom to come together in an arranged marriage. They don't know each other, not even their real names but they'll soon learn what being husband and wife is truly about.
The first thing that caught my attention was the beautiful cover. Now normally, I'm all about the shirtless dude with rippling muscles but I can't deny how gorgeous this cover is! And kudos to Ms. Walker for writing such fab characters!
Essie is gypsy, no doubt, but she doesn't exactly agree with the way women are treated within the Romani culture. She's headstrong and has certain dreams that a traditional gypsy shouldn't have. So being forced to marry a man she doesn't even know frankly just pisses her off! I ADORED the ferocity of this woman, she knew what she wanted in life and she was determined to get it. BUT there were times I wanted to throttle her too because Freedom was AWESOME! He was so sweet and accommodating and thoughtful. I mean, he didn't know anything about Essie either but he was willing to learn and he truly wanted her to be happy. Plus...that name!
Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed dipping my toes into the gypsy way of life as this was my first read about this fascinating culture. I'll definitely be visiting again! Told from dual POVs with a happy ending. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book....more