Wins and Losses is my kind of sports romance. I’m fascinated by the communities formed around sports teams and that’s where I like my sports romances to take place. After her father is gunned down, Carmen Wellington returns to her hometown to help her brother Jordy, the star basketball captain, through his senior year. Raising aRead the Post
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Brenda Jackson’s Granger series fills two of my 2021 book-ish resolutions; read more series and read off my Kindle. This series follows the Granger brothers, who are called back home to Charlottesville when their grandfather falls ill. The brothers make him a deathbed promise to run the family aeronautics company and overturn their father’s wrongfulRead the Post
This is my second Kennedy Ryan book and when it comes to her books you have to be ready to settle in because Ryan’s stories have a lot of depth; she intimately explores her character’s past and present before getting to the main course. Ezra and Kimba were inseparable as teens, but a rift betweenRead the Post
Like a lot of readers, I spent 2020 looking for breezier reads but this gritty Las Vegas underground series unexpectedly took me in! Ante Up (High Stakes #1) Asha Davis’ sizzling one-night stand turns out to be none other than Kingston Whitfield, son of Black Las Vegas royalty. Asha has secrets which means she hasRead the Post
I randomly started binge-watching NBC’s Chicago Fire and it made me want to check out some firefighter romance. I still haven’t finished the show so no spoilers! Riding the Storm by Brenda Jackson (The Westmorelands #5) While on business in New Orleans the last person Fire Captain Storm Westmoreland expects to see is Jayla Cole–the daughterRead the Post
Something To Talk About by Meryl Wilsner This debut tells the slo-o-o-o-w burn romance between a Chinese-American showrunner in her 40s and her younger assistant. A Hollywood workplace romance with this kind of power dynamic may sound cringe but Wilsner navigates it effectively. Still, I could never fully engage with this one. I found theRead the Post