Insta-buy author confirmed | Just My Type ARC Review

Falon Ballard did a great job with their first book, Lease on Love, but could it happen again? Spoiler alert: it can. This book might be even better? It’s so hard to review a book you love, but I’m going to give it my best shot!

WHAT is going on here? | Secretly Yours ARC Review

I’m not sure that I am going to answer the question I pose in my title, but I can only explain what I mean. This book was so technically bizarre and confusing. This is not at all Tessa Bailey’s best work.

TOO REAL but so good | Do I Know You? ARC Review

There are romance novels that are easy to read, and then there are romance novels like this that remind you that love is really, really hard. Don’t let that stop you, though, because this book was great! I can’t wait to tell you about it, even if I’m going to be making a lot of TOO REAL faces.


A Guide to Being Just Friends | ARC and Series Review

I have now read 3 books by Sophie Sullivan and WOW has it been a wild ride. Book 1, Ten Rules for Faking It? Liked it! Book 2, How to Love Your Neighbor? Did NOT like it! So here’s an ARC review of book 3 in the Jansen brothers series and wow did it have a lot of work to do to stick the landing for me. Did it? Let’s find out!

A Dash of Salt and Pepper | MM Romance ARC Review

Phew, got another ARC review done on time even though it’s finals time. I really liked this one … eventually. The beginning and the premise had some issues for me, but it also made me laugh out loud. Let’s see if the trade-off will work for you!

Sugar Cube Cute! | “Two Wrongs Make a Right” Romance ARC Review

I actually got an ARC reviewed on time, so here’s Two Wrongs Make a Right by Chloe Liese! I wasn’t expecting this one to be so cute, but this one is SUPER CUTE. SO CUTE. Can something be TOO cute? Let’s discuss!

Not feeling this spirit | A Very Merry Bromance by Lyssa Kay Adams ARC

I love the Bromance Book Club series, but this book did not work for me. There was some really weird factors that may have impacted that, including (but not limited to) the fact that one of the lead’s name is Gretchen, which has never happened to me. Let me tell you more!

A Taste of Gold and Iron | Betwixt the Books Review | Queer Fantasy Books

Wherein Michaela and I review a book we had ARCs of and were meant to talk about at least two weeks ago but Michaela was once again stricken with plague and it all went to hell. Might be a little late, but it is still here and for that we can rejoice.