If you enjoyed And I Darken, you will love this. Well written characters, accurate historical facts, light on the romance but with romantic scenes that are worth it and so hard to put it down even for a second.
Slow burn romance with explosive scenes and amazing chemistry, a perfect balance between friendship and relationship.
Books like this one remind me why I love reading so much. That emotional connection with the characters and getting lost in the story.. amazing! Engaging, beautifully written with lovable characters and utterly captivating, I could not put it down, Caleb and Josh… I adore them!
I opened it just to read the first chapter and go to bed. Two hours later I was in a state of shock and I was in love, completely in love.
The title is a perfect fit and this won’t be for everyone, in fact, it will be for a very limited group of people and I’m glad I happened to be one of them.
From the first page, I was hooked. I never once felt like putting the book down, I could write an essay on this, I LOVED EVERY CREEPY PAGE, so much!
This book – apart from the engaging writing – delivers some pretty on point messages, countless in fact, that made me pause and nod along in agreement, I just loved how powerful it was and how unapologetic.
Full of twists and it travels around the world beautifully, unraveling a story from town to town, person to person; Louise Millar crafted a psychological thriller with an unforgettable, chilling tone that intensifies until all the pieces come together in a shocking reveal! NOT TO BE MISSED!
The Retrieval Duet is a two part story by Aly Martinez that needs to be read in order, it features two couples that are linked in the most unbelievable way. One story. Two couples. Title: Retrieval (The Retrieval Duet #1) Author: Aly Martinez Genres: Contemporary Romance Release Day: September 13th 2016 AMAZON US | AMAZON UK I…
The Royals really is the perfect mix between Gossip Girl and Cruel Intentions, the geniuses behind Erin Watt have created a world so addictive, so full of drama that actually makes sense.