This story touched so many subjects in a person’s life in such a small amount of pages, truly remarkable.
As a big fan of the duo and this series, this was another great addition to it and I don’t want it to end. Sarina and Elle have given us so many characters to love and connect with, there’s a few guys I’d be interesting to read about in the future.
Another brilliant addition to the Sinners of Saint series.
When It’s Real is the perfect summer read ?
The story is so beautifully written with rich descriptions and it flows so eloquently that it was impossible to put it down, I loved how easy it was to read but also how captivating it was without being too much.
Defy was more than a teacher-student romance, Jamie and Melody are explosive together and the story despite it being less than 100 pages was enough to hook me in and make me love these two.
Overall, it’s Blake, in all his glory. And precious moments of Jamie and Wes, lots of wedding shenanigans and a few ridiculous balloon moments plus there’s a dog. And Blake, did I mention Blake? Blake.
First book of the year and what an amazing one it was!
I went in blind, I only knew it was an MC book and I hadn’t read the blurb so color me shocked; for a debut novel, this really made an impression, Flynn’s writing is vivid and captivating, it gives the characters depth without trying to hard to over analyze them, she shows everyone’s good and bad side and lets the reader decide.
The Hating Game is a book that’s been showing on my feed for a long time and everyone is crazy over it so it scared it. Needless to say the hype was right, for a debut novel, The Hating Game is such an incredible start, I’m already looking forward to Sally Thorne’s next book.