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 read these books in an attempt to read what I already owned on Audible and it turned out the theme of all these books is: Please go to therapy. No Longer Afraid and Raised by Wolves by Christina C Jones One of my favorite CCJ books is Deuces Wild so I was excited whenRead the Post
I’ve noticed quite a few romance novel doppelgangers lately and thought it would be fun to review books with similar themes and see how each book plays with them. Love & Others Disasters by Anita Kelly and Chef’s Kiss by TJ Alexander are both debut* grumpy/sunshine queer romances centered around cooking and feature a cisRead the Post
Nadia Palacio has just a few weeks to turn her canceled wedding into the doble quince (30th birthday party) of her dreams. She just needs to get her family and Marco Hawkins,her former college fling and venue owner, on board. First of all, I think the idea of turning a 30th birthday into a milestoneRead the Post
This unique take on Disney’s Beauty and The Beast is kind of a trip. Isabelle is a book-loving editorial assistant who moves into the house of Beau, a grumpy reckless socialite, to help him finish his memoir I have a history of not liking books that take place in one location–but this one didn’t bother me,Read the Post
I dived into this story having never seen West Side Story so it’s entirely possible I missed out on any homages to the musical. Angelo and Mariana’s feuding families collide when their respective mariachi bands are pitted against each other in a life-changing mariachi competition. This is a fun, well-rounded romance with just the rightRead the Post