Hello everyone! I hope you’re having a great start to your week. I wanted to do a romance orientated top ten whilst it was still February. The Top Ten series is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, so don’t forget to check out their blog to participate in future topics!
I definitely have a slight hierarchy of my favourite couples, but I really do love all of these jellybeans and I’d read every book on this list again in a heartbeat because of them.
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!
“We were perfect for each other. Until we met.”
Spoiler Free Review
Title: Punk 57
Author: Penelope Douglas
Series or Standalone: Standalone
Genre: Romance, New Adult, Erotica and Contemporary
Publication Date: October 21st 2016
Publisher: Penelope Douglas LLC
Star Rating: ★★★★★
In the fifth grade, Ryen and Misha are mistakingly paired as pen pals, their teachers not realizing they are pairing their students up with kids from the opposite gender. Although, it doesn’t take long for Ryen and Misha to figure out their teachers mistake. But in no time at all, they are arguing about everything. The best take-out pizza. Android vs. iPhone. Whether or not Eminem is the greatest rapper ever…
And that was only the start. For the next seven years, Ryen and Misha keep writing to one another and become best friends. They have only three rules – no social media, no phone numbers and no pictures – out of fear it’ll risk their friendship.
One day, Misha accidentally finds himself at the same party across town with Ryen. He can’t help but get to know the girl who’s been his muse for the last seven years. He just doesn’t expect to hate what he finds.
When Misha stops writing to Ryen, she’s devastated. He’s the only person that knows the real Ryen. Not the person she goes to school as everyday, the mean cheerleader that students are afraid of. Ryen fears Misha could be gone forever, but little does she know he’s right under her nose…
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