My Review I received this book for free from Loveswept in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I read my first Cassie Mae book about two and a half years ago. And over the course of those years, her writings have grown up before my eyes. She started out focusing on innocent high school romance, graduated to slightly more mature college aged relationships, and now…
I was surprised by how much this book made me think.
This book was so perfectly cliche. Charlie is a tomboy who was raised by her single father three older brothers
I have been reading a lot of scary and action packed books lately, and while I enjoyed each and every one of those books (thankfully), I was definitely in the mood for a sweet romance.
This is another book I read a while ago so I will try to remember as much as I can.
I know that I laughed and smiled a lot while reading this. The interactions between Anna and Étienne were adorable. I always enjoy reading books about best friends falling in love, and I think that’s why I read this.
It has been a REALLY long time since I read this book, but since I am trying to take a trip down memory lane and review books I read a while ago, I had to review Love and Skate.
I always enjoy Lila Felix books. Whenever I am in the mood for something sweet, I seek out something that she has written. I even go so far as to make sure that I always have an unread Lila Felix book in my tablet in case of emergencies. I know, it’s bad! Lol