Tag: Jennifer Probst


Review: Any Time, Any Place by Jennifer Probst

Posted 26 January, 2017 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Any Time, Any Place by Jennifer Probst

Review: Woof, this book was NOT good for my anxiety, lol! I feel like my blood pressure went up, my eyes went bloodshot, and I bit my nails the whole way through. I loved it. Well, I didn’t love the secret. I’m not good at keeping secrets. I’m worse than Nick Miller on New Girl with secrets, and they make him sweat and babble A LOT. Nick Miller is me. I am Nick Miller. So I didn’t do well knowing Raven’s secret, but had to find out how/when it got out about her connection to Dalton. It kept me 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 […]

Weekly Sale Alert – July 20

Posted 20 July, 2014 in Uncategorized / 0 Comments
Weekly Sale Alert – July 20

Once again, I didn’t read as much as I would’ve liked to this week. I really hope this is just a temporary theme. In spite of that, I bought a ton of books, so my backlog is gonna get even longer than the current 20 pages of unread books on my Kindle Paperwhite’s home page. Books keep coming out, books keep going on sale, and I keep snatching them up. At least Swagbucks gets me tons of Amazon gift cards, so I won’t be going bankrupt yet. I’ve also been trying to decide if I should try Kindle Unlimited. It […]