Tag: Katee Robert


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: Falling for His Best Friend by Katee Robert

Posted 18 May, 2015 in Reviews / 3 Comments
Review: Falling for His Best Friend by Katee Robert

Review: We all know I’m such a sucker for a friends with benefits book by now, so this book started out on a good note for me. Especially the “can’t keep their hands off each other” kind of scenario. God, I loved it. The pregnancy twist was something that I had trouble with. It seemed a little sitcom-ish to me. Maybe because a few of my “I’ve seen each episode 100 times” shows have has similar scenarios before: Friends, Will & Grace, and Parks & Rec. Those shows make up about 2/3 of my TV on DVD collection. But yeah, […]

ApollyCon Author Spotlight: Katee Robert

Posted 16 February, 2015 in Features / 0 Comments
ApollyCon Author Spotlight: Katee Robert

Time for another ApollyCon spotlight! I’m getting *so* excited. Katee Robert’s Wrong Bed, Right Guy was one of the first contemporary romances I read, when I first graduated college in 2012 and celebrated by reading literally every waking hour I wasn’t at work. It’s how I discovered Brazen Entangle, a favorite publisher of mine. Katee is just kind of a big stepping stone in my being a romance reader, so excuse me if I get sentimental. About Katee Robert: Katee Robert learned to tell stories at her grandpa’s knee. Her favorites then were the rather epic adventures of The Three […]