Rating: Unrated | 292 pages | Dafina Books | Contemporary | 07/30/2019 | Yvonne Cable, single mother and interior designer to Atlanta’s elite, is ready to jumpstart her career and love life with a home renovation TV show co-starring her handsome and wholesome celebrity contractor fiance, Nate. Sparks flew when the couple metRead the Post
Holiday Novellas Mini Reviews !
Christmas romance who? This year I read two winter holiday novellas set around New Year’s Eve and Thanksgiving. A Tale of Two Cities: A New Year’s Novella by Alexandra Warren It’s New Year’s Eve and professional dancer Cheyenne Foster is ready to make it official with her almost-boyfriend but is shocked to discover he hasRead the Post
Kat’s Review Long Shot by Kennedy Ryan
Trigger Warning: Graphic depictions of rape and physical abuse Rating: ★★★ +.5 | 460 pages | Contemporary | Self-Published | Release Date: 3/20/2018 Iris Dupree is trapped in her own personal nightmare with her abusive and controlling NBA boyfriend. She’s always had bigger dreams for herself and knows she needs to get her and herRead the Post
Acting on Love by Te Russ
Rating: ★★★+.5 | 297 pages | Contemporary Romance | Self-Pub | Release Date: 4/3/2018 After a sex scandal throws a wrench in her career, actress Rocki Malone returns to her hometown with her childhood neighbor/bodyguard Seth Gardiner in tow. To keep her matchmaking mother off her back, Rocki tells her she and Seth are datingRead the Post
Mini Reviews: Kindle Unlimited Novellas!
Looking for some items from Kindle Unlimited? Check out these two novellas for satisfying romance quick reads! Be Mine: A Valentine’s Day Novella by Savannah J. Frierson One of my favorite things about indie romance is that it allows authors to subvert the conventions of traditional romance and try new things. When I saw thisRead the Post
32 Candles by Ernessa T. Carter
Rating: ★★★ +.5| 352 pages | Contemporary | Amistad (Harper Collins) | 6/8/2010 Ever since Davie Jones was a child she’s wanted a Sixteen Candles-style romance and a Jake Ryan of her very own. But John Water’s endings don’t happen to poor dark-skinned outcasts in the deep south–so Davie Jones sets out to get itRead the Post