Mafia Romance is often considered a subgenre of Dark Romance but I have this theory that Mafia Romance is really just an evolution of romantic suspense. Both subgenres are heavy on action, feature criminal anti-heroes and mustache-twirling villains. Brutal Prince certainly gave me all those vibes and nothing else.
I wanted to like this book but at the end of the day I just found it just kind of annoying. Our hero, Colin “Fitz” Fitzgerald is a hot college hockey player but his real passion is art and video game design. His whole personality felt very much like Jughead’s “I’m a Weirdo” speechRead the Post
I couldn’t believe it when I found this in a Little Free Library a few months after the release date in brand new condition! When A Rogue Meets His Match is the second book in Elizabeth’s Hoyt’s new Greycourt series and follows Lady Messalina Greycourts’s forced marriage to her uncle’s wicked bully-for-hire, Gideon Hawthorne. This bookRead the Post
I’ve struggled to get into a historical romance this year. I’ve been searching for something that didn’t have a heavy focus on the class politics of the Ton and–when I remembered this series was set in Gilded Age New York City–I decided to give this one a go. Well…jokes on me because despite this book’sRead the Post
I’m about to enter the unpopular opinion club. I told myself I wasn’t going to pick up any Berkley romance this year because I did not like any of the Berkley books that I read last year. But I listened to the audio sample randomly and the beginning pulled me in. Clara, a 27-year-old WASP,Read the Post
His Bride For The Taking Tessa Dare’s Spindle Cove series opened me up to the world of historical romance. I’ve read two of the novellas in that series and really enjoyed them. Dare told funny, emotional, and touching romances in less than 200 pages. So when I saw Dare had written a novella in thisRead the Post