Bro Code – Kendall Ryan

Bro Code
– Kendall Ryan

Genre New Adult, Romance
♥♥,5/5

From New York Times bestselling author Kendall Ryan comes a flirty new standalone about falling for your older brother’s best friend.

♥ The story 

There’s pretty much only one rule when you’re a guy.

Don’t be a douche.

Turns out, the fastest way to break that rule is to fall for your best friend’s sister.

Ava’s brilliant, sharp-tongued, gorgeous, and five years younger than me.

She’s the sexual equivalent of running with scissors. In a word, she’s dangerous. And completely off-limits.

Falling for her could ruin everything.

Yet I can’t seem to stop, even when her company is threatened by a lawsuit, and my promotion hinges on representing the opposing client—and winning.

I can’t see a way out of this mess that doesn’t end in a broken friendship, a broken heart, or a ruined career.

I may have broken the bro code when I fell for Ava. But do I have the balls to handle what comes next?

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Hot Daddy – Lila Monroe – (Billionaire Bachelors #2)

Hot Daddy
– Lila Monroe

Genre : Contemporary romance, New Adult

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My review

Like every book I read by Lila Monroe, Hot Daddy was an addictive read. This is the kind of story you read in one go. It is as sweet as it is sexy and Cal delivers exactly what you expect from the title : a caring and hot daddy.

Lawyer Jules Robinson is a strong woman who finds herself in a tricky situation at work which leaves her financially in trouble. Soon after that, she’s offered a job she couldn’t imagine herself doing but can’t refuse. Turns out fate has a great sense of humor as she discovers her new boss is the one night stand she had in Vegas and didn’t forget. That’s how she finds herself playing the role of fake fiancee for billionaire Cal McAdams.

Jules and Cal had an amazing connection, you could just feel it and it was so nice to read. I love fake relationship romances and I love it especially when the couple had a past relationship. Add adorable children to the mix and you have a swoon-worthy romance. Lottie and Ezra were the cutest and made this story even more addictive.

The only thing I regret about this story is that it was too short. I felt like I needed more details in certain scenes. I wanted the author to drag things a bit more and let us feel how the relationship developed. I felt like it went all really quickly and it did disturb me a bit.

But in overall, it was a fun and sexy romance!

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The Little Wedding Island – Jaimie Admans

The Little Wedding Island
– Jaimie Admans

Genre : Contemporary romance 
♥♥,5/5

The Little Wedding Island is an enemies-to-lovers story.

Bonnie and Rohan are both journalists and write for different magazines. Bonnie covers weddings and write about new trends and basically help you organize your day by giving you advices on what you should and shouldn’t do. On the other hand, Rohan writes about how marriage will ruin you life.

After a heated argument, they’re both punished and sent on The Little Wedding Island to discover what the islanders are hiding and what makes this island so special. For that purpose, they’ll need to pose as an engaged couple.

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Most Likely To Score – Lauren Blakely – Release day + Review + Giveaway


Most Likely To Score
– Lauren Blakely

Genre : Contemporary romance, New Adult 
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I said it before but I’ll say it again : Lauren Blakely writes the best book boyfriends. Just before Most Likely To Score, I read The V Card and completely fell for Graham. And here I am, falling again, but this time for Jones. I’m telling you, nobody is ready for him. Be prepared to fall in love with this swoon-worthy hero who is – and Jillian says it better than me – “the most intoxicating mix of rough and tender“.
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Roomies – Christina Lauren

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– Christina Lauren

Genre : Contemporary romance, New Adult 
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It’s been more than three weeks since I finished this book but I couldn’t write my review right away because I was too overwhelmed. Also, I was seriously lost after reading it and didn’t know how to rate it. This book really confused me. I loved it, then hated it and finally adored it. I guess if it made me feel so much, it might have been a great read.
I’m sincerely struggling on how to write my review. I want to stay simple and just say if I liked it or not and why, as I do for any other reads but I can’t talk about Roomies without getting personal. After hesitating a lot, I decided to just write whatever comes to my mind, whatever I feel like writing. This blog is a place I created to share my love of books and I love reading because of how it makes me feel. So here goes and I won’t blame you if you just can’t go through this review (apologies in advance for the ranting, haha!).

♥ The story 

Roomies : Marriages of convenience are so…inconvenient.
Rescued by Calvin McLoughlin from a would-be subway attacker, Holland Bakker pays the brilliant musician back by pulling some of her errand-girl strings and getting him an audition with a big-time musical director. When the tryout goes better than even Holland could have imagined, Calvin is set for a great entry into Broadway—until he admits his student visa has expired and he’s in the country illegally.

Holland impulsively offers to wed the Irishman to keep him in New York, her growing infatuation a secret only to him. As their relationship evolves from awkward roommates to besotted lovers, Calvin becomes the darling of Broadway. In the middle of the theatrics and the acting-not-acting, what will it take for Holland and Calvin to realise that they both stopped pretending a long time ago?

♥ My review 

What a rollercoaster ride! Like I said, I felt so many different emotions during this read.

First, I was really ecstatic. Five chapters in and everything is perfect. I meet this hero which is irresistible. I mean a sexy green-eyed Irish musician. Need I say more ? Oh yeah, the accent…

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