Thursday, May 26

Review: Big Rock

Big Rock Big Rock by Lauren Blakely
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

LB certainly knows my sweet spot by now. I can't seem to stop myself from loving her gorgeous books! From the cover alone of this book, I was pretty much a goner. I'm such a perv, yeah. No regrets, boo!

At the same time, the cover didn't really help in setting a high bar when it comes to my expectations. Oooh, I'm sorry. But by the time I got to the end of this book, I was more than happy to miss a bit sleep just to finish it. I mean, who doesn't like a friends-to-lovers story, right? I love the dynamics and the chemistry between Charlotte and Spencer. They're too cute for words! Not to mention that a book without heavy drama will always be a win for me.

Love this one to bits!

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Thursday, May 12

Review: 21 Stolen Kisses

21 Stolen Kisses 21 Stolen Kisses by Lauren Blakely
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

So, I finally did it and finished reading this book earlier this week. I admit that it was definitely slow going for me when I started. Despite the blurb, I was not really feeling the story when I did start it. I kept on stopping and favoring other books before I eventually gave in and gave this book a real chance.

I was a bit doubtful about the plot because underage is underage is underage. But the dual POV really helped in putting everything into perspective in this book for me. But love hits when it hits. (Huh! That's funny coming from someone has been single since the Dark Ages.) In the end, I fell in love with this story when I didn't expect to. Love hurts but love is also a joy. Kennedy and Noah's story wasn't just about love--it's about friendship and family and all the complications that go with them.

It was a relief to finally finish this book. And I'm also glad that I didn't rush reading it and finished it in its own pace.

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Review: Plunge

Plunge Plunge by Heather Stone
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I don't know why but I almost always have the giggles when a book is set in the adult industry. It's always a bit awkward but at the same time, I won't say no to reading it either. I'm so, uhm, me. Hahaha!

This book turned out to be cute and hot at the same time. I love the chemistry between Samantha and Adam. Their love story may have started unconventionally but it actually worked for me. They are both unapologetic with who they are and were not afraid to grab what they want.

When I started to get sucked in to the story, I thought this was too short but once I have read everything, I thought having this as a novella worked. It was quite well-paced for a short read. I'm just glad I didn't pass up on this one!

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Wednesday, May 4

Review: Stuck-Up Suit

Stuck-Up Suit Stuck-Up Suit by Vi Keeland
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was a really good read. It started off in a really fun way and I loved the narrative style. Not to mention that dual POVs will always be a win for me.

This really started off cute and sweet and flirty and just pure fun. Recently, I find myself gravitating towards romances that involve modern gadgetry and social media. So it was safe to say that this book was going to be a sure read once I stumbled on it.

What I didn't expect is the more serious side to the story. I did not see that coming at all. But the twist just made the story better and more enjoyable. It definitely made me appreciate the ending better. Graham Morgan's steadfastness is a joy to go through in those pages.

To sum it up, this book made very, very gay. *wink, wink*

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