Have you ever met someone and felt like you’ve known them in a thousand different lifetimes?
Lindsay Hall was a high school senior when she and her friend Patty discovered peach schnapps, listened to a past-life hypnosis CD, and got an up-close look at who she once was. And who she used to love. The knowledge of her past life has always haunted Lindsay. As her ex-husband is happy to point out, it’s made her a pretty crappy partner, too. Even her teenage daughter has politely suggested that she “get the eff over it.” Except she didn’t say eff.
Ren Christopher just wants a quick break before she starts a new job in London. She’s just extracted herself from a not-brief-enough, drama-filled relationship. A few weeks relaxing, drinking too much wine, and hanging with her old college friend Patty is just what the doctor ordered. No pressure, no expectations, and absolutely no drama.
Everything is perfect until Lindsay faints at the sight of Ren.
I requested this book from Netgalley with the hopes that it would be another cozy romance book that I could nestle into on the weekend, my attention from it unwavering. A lot of that hope was based upon the fact that last year I read and adored another book by this author. But honestly, I found this new release by Elle Spencer to be just… perfectly okay.
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Hello everyone! Today I’m wrapping up my first three romance reads of 2020. I’ve been reading a lot of romance this week, because it’s round 4 of smutathon. This is a readathon I love participating in and thought it would be a great way to start the year. So far I’ve indulged in Penelope Douglas’ dark romance books, as well as an F/F romance!
Hello everyone! Smutathon round 4 starts this week and as a lover of romance books, I couldn’t not participate. I’m so excited for my TBR for this round, I’ve got a list of four romance books that have been on my TBR for a while that I can’t wait to read!
Hello lovelies! You all know I love my romantic fiction, which I have been reading and indulging in so much over the last few months. As much as I love doing wrap ups, sometimes I’m just not able to talk enough about the books I read or do them justice in a single post. So I’ve decided to start a new series where I basically give mini-reviews and this week we’re starting with my three most recent romance reads!
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“She’s annoying, but she’s really hot. Why are the cute ones always the ones who make you want to rip your hair out?”
Spoiler Free Review
Title: Most Ardently
Author: Susan Mesler-Evans
Series or Standalone: Standalone
Genre: Romance, Contemporary and LGBT
Publication Date: October 21st 2019
Publisher: Entangled: Embrace
Elisa Benitez is proud of who she is, from her bitingly sarcastic remarks, to her love of both pretty boys and pretty girls. If someone doesn’t like her, that’s their problem, and Elisa couldn’t care less. Particularly if that person is Darcy Fitzgerald, a snobby, socially awkward heiress with an attitude problem and more money than she knows what to do with.
From the moment they meet, Elisa and Darcy are at each other’s throats — which is a bit unfortunate, since Darcy’s best friend is dating Elisa’s sister. It quickly becomes clear that fate intends to throw the two of them together, whether they like it or not. As hers and Darcy’s lives become more and more entwined, Elisa’s once-dull world quickly spirals into chaos in this story of pride, prejudice, and finding love with the people you least expect.
Star Rating: ★★★☆☆
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