Tag: enemies become lovers


Review: Fool Me Once by Katee Robert

Posted 13 August, 2016 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Fool Me Once by Katee Robert

Review: “Aubry Kaiser doesn’t like people—actually, that’s not right. She loathes people. With her crippling anxiety…” Hi, this book is basically about me. I love Aubrey so, so much because she did things I can’t even imagine! I will never go to Comic Con because omg the crowds, so I totally got how she felt about the gaming conference. And the idea of a human shield? Totally accurate. Love having someone to stand behind. It helps that I’m short, so it doesn’t take much to block my line of sight. 😛 Now on to Quinn. Wow, I’ve inadvertently been on […]

Review: Everywhere and Every Way by Jennifer Probst

Posted 3 June, 2016 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Everywhere and Every Way by Jennifer Probst

Review: Eek, this book, these characters, were highly cute. We know I love workplace romances, and I don’t hate a good enemies to lovers story. Two tightly wound type A people working together can be hilarious (when it’s not actually happening to you). Between Morgan and her Olivia Pope wardrobe (HOW DO THESE WOMEN NEVER SPILL?) and Caleb’s micromanaging his brothers, they both really needed to get laid. Good thing they did. But they still fought a lot, which is always good. Hot romances always have non-serious fighting / bickering – Tangled, Beautiful Bastard, etc. The one thing I wasn’t totally […]

Review: Playing Dirty by C.L. Parker

Posted 2 July, 2015 in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: Playing Dirty by C.L. Parker

Playing Dirty Review: First of all – GAH! This ending. Okay – be warned. It’s a cliffhanger. And it does not warn you. And it feels pretty unnecessary. The book left off in a place that would’ve been a great place to end the story completely. It always kind of throws me off when you have a series that normally focuses on each couple for one book, but then has one couple that breaks the pattern. That being said, rant over and I will definitely still read the other books in this series. Amazing dirty talk – as I start […]