Books to Read if you Like LGBTQ+

My “Books to Read if you like” series continues! This series of book recommendations goes beyond recommending a genre, but a theme, feeling, mood, trope, etc. If you are interested in some of my past recommendations, you can check out this page on my blog. But, If you are ever in the mood for LGBTQ+, check out…Continue reading “Books to Read if you Like LGBTQ+”

March Wrap Up

Okay, remember in my life update post I said that things were going to slow down and I could be more active? Well, I lied. Our team is being sent to NY (whoop!) to do a vaccination project (OMG, I’m getting the Covid vaccine!). Now, as you can tell I am excited… BUT we willContinue reading “March Wrap Up”

Bet the Farm by Staci Hart

Bet the Farm by Staci Hart Olivia Brent has one summer to save the dairy farm she just inherited. But there’s one problem, and it’s not her lactose intolerance. Jake Milovic. The brooding farmhand has inherited exactly fifty percent of Brent Farm, and he’s so convinced the city girl can’t work the land, he betsContinue reading “Bet the Farm by Staci Hart”

Feels Like Home by Jo Cox

Feels Like Home by Jo Cox Jess has loved Melissa for longer than she can remember and it’s bearable when they’re a hundred miles apart, but what will happen when they’re thrown back together and there’s nowhere to hide? Jess has tried everything to put her feelings aside, but when Melissa comes home from universityContinue reading “Feels Like Home by Jo Cox”

In the Black by Luci Dreamer

In the Black by Luci Dreamer What if you got a second chance at first love? Hotshot firefighter captain Michelle ‘Mitch’ Mitchell loves her job, loves her dog, and loves her best friend Fish. She did love a girl once, but that girl left their small town, taking Mitch’s heart with her. Lilly never meantContinue reading “In the Black by Luci Dreamer”

Red, White, and Royal Blue by Casey McQuinston

First Son Alex Claremont-Diaz is the closest thing to a prince this side of the Atlantic. With his intrepid sister and the Veep’s genius granddaughter, they’re the White House Trio, a beautiful millennial marketing strategy for his mother, President Ellen Claremont. International socialite duties do have downsides—namely, when photos of a confrontation with his longtimeContinue reading “Red, White, and Royal Blue by Casey McQuinston”

Travel Guide: San Diego, CA, USA

Hello, welcome back. I spent a few years living in San Diego while I was attending San Diego State University. I absolutely fell in love with the city, it has so many different neighborhoods and things to do, there is something for everyone! If you want to learn about some of the best areas inContinue reading “Travel Guide: San Diego, CA, USA”

Meet Cute Club (Sweet Rose #1) by Jack Harbon

Meet Cute Club (Sweet Rose #1) by Jack Harbon Jordan Collins doesn’t need a man. What he needs is for his favorite author to release another one of her sexy supernatural novels and more people to sign up for the romance book club that he fears is slowly and steadily losing its steam. He alsoContinue reading “Meet Cute Club (Sweet Rose #1) by Jack Harbon”

Cat’s Got Your Heart by Jem Zero

Cat’s Got Your Heart by Jem Zero A fluffy feline isn’t the only thing they’re fighting for… Adopting a cat doesn’t sound hard. Then Jericho Adams meets Harinder Mangal, the surly pet store employee who loves animals and hates customers. Their first encounter inspires more than simple loathing—it puts the ball in motion for anContinue reading “Cat’s Got Your Heart by Jem Zero”

September Wrap Up

As usual, I read so many books this month! I have always been a pretty avid reader, but because of Covid-19, it has really kicked it up a notch (or ten). Thank goodness for Kindle Unlimited, otherwise I would really be poor with all the books I would need to buy. Here is a listContinue reading “September Wrap Up”

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