Lara Jean didn’t expect to really fall for Peter.
She and Peter were just pretending. Except suddenly they weren’t. Now Lara Jean is more confused than ever.
When another boy from her past returns to her life, Lara Jean’s feelings for him return too. Can a girl be in love with two boys at once?
In this charming and heartfelt sequel to the New York Times bestseller To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, we see first love through the eyes of the unforgettable Lara Jean. Love is never easy, but maybe that’s part of what makes it so amazing.
Savio Falcone has a few non-negotiable rules when it comes to girls.
They need to be hot as f*ck.
Spread their legs without much prompting.
And leave as soon as the fun is over. Preferably minus any bitching or tears.
With his easy-going bad boy attitude, a last name that rules over Las Vegas and a body to die for, girls have always been at Savio’s disposal.
Unfortunately, the hottest girl in Vegas comes with a price Savio isn’t willing to pay. For Savio to get Gemma he’d need to seal the deal and put a ring on her finger. Settling down is out of the question, no matter how hot a piece of ass waits at the altar.
Gemma Bazzoli has had a crush on Savio from the first moment she came face to face with his arrogant smile, but for him she was always his best friend’s annoying little sister—until her hard-earned curves catch even his attention.
But Savio likes it easy, and Gemma is anything but. When she’s promised to another man, Gemma resigns herself to the fact that the man she’s wanted all her life, doesn’t want her badly enough.
Savio has to decide how much work he’s willing to invest, because bending the rules in his usual style might not be enough to get the girl that haunts his wet dreams.
– Can be read as a standalone-
New York Times bestselling author Sylvain Reynard returns with the fourth installment of the beloved Gabriel’s Inferno series.
When Gabriel and Julia Emerson first lay eyes on their newborn daughter, Clare, they realize life as they know it will never be the same. Gabriel has vowed to be a good father when he suddenly receives an invitation to give a series of lectures in Edinburgh, Scotland—an opportunity of high prestige—but that would mean leaving his wife and child in Boston. Hesitant to bring it up, he keeps the opportunity from Julia as long as he can, not knowing she has a secret of her own.
When a frightening situation arises that threatens their new family, both parents must make sacrifices. With the family in danger, the looming question remains: Will Gabriel pursue his lectureship in Edinburgh, leaving Julia and Clare vulnerable in Boston, or will he abandon the chance of a lifetime in order to ensure his family’s safety?
It’s unpopular opinions time! There are some books I’ve read last year that neither disappointed me nor didn’t live up to my expectations. If I mentioned your favorite book, please don’t be mad at me. Anyways, let’s jump into my least favorite books of 2019.
In Paris with You by Clementine Beauvais – This is a quick read but the sensitive subjects in this book were horribly tackled. Check out my review here.
Solace Island by Meg Tilly – Unfortunately, I DNF this book. The heroine is overdramatic, clumsy and childish. I am not a huge fan of the writing as well. For a romantic suspense, it didn’t give me an adrenaline rush. It’s frickin’ bland.
The Perfect Date by Evelyn Lozada with Holly Lorincz – I couldn’t hide my frustration over this book. The hero is an asshole and he disrespected the heroine multiple times.
The Kiss Thief by L.J. Shen – Ooh la la. I know many people loved this book and I’m just in a minor group who disliked this one. The hero is a problematic asshole and he did something that filled me with rage. I don’t like he treated the heroine like a goddamn child too.
Shifting Bone by Alison Malee – An underwhelming poetry collection. The poems are repetitive and there’s no emotional drive to it. *inserts poker face*
Crybaby by K. Webster – It’s uncomfortable reading this one. What’s more frustrating is that the heroine is EXTREMELY temperamental. The title itself perfectly describes her.
Love thy Neighbour by Belle Aurora – Don’t get me wrong, I gave it 3 / 5 stars which is an acceptable rating as a book I liked. However, this book has my favorite couple in that series and I hated it dragged on. Some parts are so petty and it’s infuriating.
Mobster’s Girl by Amy Rachiele – You know how much I love mafia romances but this one is bland as a potato. This one has a great potential and there’s a lot to be explored between the main characters’ relationship.
Risky Play by Rachel Van Dyken – The characters lacked the chemistry, the hero is a jerk and the romance escalated quickly. Damn it.
That’s all folks! What are the books that disappointed you last year? Let’s talk about it in the comments or drop a link of your post so I can check it out. 🙂
I guess it’s better late than never? The last months of 2019 got me busy and I have been on an indefinite hiatus. It’s time for me to catch up on the posts I’m supposed to published. One of those is my favorite books last year and these books are in no particular order.
Without further ado; here are my favorite books of 2019:
Still by Kennedy Ryan – The conclusion to the Grip series is one of the most unforgettable and emotional book I’ve read in my life. It was powerful, gripping and truly heartfelt. I was an emotional mess towards the end. Grip’s passion for music and fighting racism was amazing and his love for Bristol left me speechless.
The Bride Test by Helen Hoang – My heart soars for Esme and Khai! ❤ Those two are so frickin’ adorable. This book excels on many things: Romance, family dynamics, mental health, grief, love, acceptance, healing and cultural diversity. The best one for me is the character development.
The Risk by Elle Kennedy – I lived for Jake and Brenna’s banters and sexual tension. It was an amazing enemies to lovers. You can never go wrong with Elle Kennedy on sports romances.
Kill Switch by Penelope Douglas – Who would have thought I will love the guy I used to hate in the series? Something is fucking wrong with me. Anti-heroes are my weakness. Seriously, I am obsessed with Winter Ashby and Damon Torrance’s love story. They tied up with Kai and Banks. Sorry Michael and Erika
Raw, captivating, and undeniably real, Nic Stone joins industry giants Jason Reynolds and Walter Dean Myers as she boldly tackles American race relations in this stunning debut.
Justyce McAllister is top of his class and set for the Ivy League—but none of that matters to the police officer who just put him in handcuffs. And despite leaving his rough neighborhood behind, he can’t escape the scorn of his former peers or the ridicule of his new classmates. Justyce looks to the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for answers. But do they hold up anymore? He starts a journal to Dr. King to find out.
Then comes the day Justyce goes driving with his best friend, Manny, windows rolled down, music turned up—way up, sparking the fury of a white off-duty cop beside them. Words fly. Shots are fired. Justyce and Manny are caught in the crosshairs. In the media fallout, it’s Justyce who is under attack.