Posts by: Marieke


Book review: Ditched ~ RC Boldt

Book review: Ditched ~ RC Boldt

In most romantic books it’s the hero who has commitment issues, and the heroine who has all the dreams about the perfect Happily Ever After; hubby, kids and everything. But what if it’s the other way around? Ditched tells the story of Ivy and Becket, I simply love this couple. “I think about you, too.” “Do you?” The biggest damn […]

Posted April 3, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: Until Avery ~ Brynne Asher

Book review: Until Avery ~ Brynne Asher

It has been a while since I’ve been in Brynne Asher’s Carpino world, but her part of Aurora Rose Reynold’s ‘Happily Ever Alpha Kindle World’ brings me back, kind of. Until Avery is a sweet, short novella and I’ve enjoyed reading it. “I think I just put my heart on the line, because right now, I’d do anything for a […]

Posted April 3, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: The Mitus Touch ~ Stoni Alexander

Book review: The Mitus Touch ~ Stoni Alexander

How far would you go to get back what should be yours? And what if feelings that shouldn’t be there get involved? The Mitus Touch tells the story of Brigit and Colton, both successful in their own field of work, but who are more connected then they think. I’ve enjoyed reading this story. “She was perfect. Not because she was […]

Posted March 29, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: Matters of the Hart ~ M.E. Carter

Book review: Matters of the Hart ~ M.E. Carter

What if the worst moment of your life, is also the moment you meet someone special? What would you do? Go back to your normal life, or listen to your feelings? Matters of the Hart tells heartbreaking (but also sweet) story of Jaxon and Annika, I simply love this young couple. “My new reality is the two separate parts of […]

Posted March 24, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: A Case of Serendipity ~ K.J. Farnham

Book review:  A Case of Serendipity ~ K.J. Farnham

Intrigued by a person you have never personally met, only through an e-mail conversation (and not even about personal things)? A Case of Serendipity tells the story of Ruth and Henry, who meet thanks to an overly-active spamming coffeehouse. Compared to the books I normally read it’s pretty tame, but I’ve enjoyed reading this sweet story. “It is something I […]

Posted March 20, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: Neighborhood Watch ~ Stylo Fantôme

Book review: Neighborhood Watch ~ Stylo Fantôme

Last year I’ve read Block Party, the story of Liam, one the Edenhoff twins. To my surprise, the guy was more much swoony then I thought he would be… But now we have Neighborhood Watch, the book of the other Edenhoff twin, Landon. And he is a true Stylo Fantôme hero. You want to like the guy, but at the […]

Posted March 19, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: Marriage of Inconvenience ~ Penny Reid

Book review: Marriage of Inconvenience ~ Penny Reid

I have to admit, I’m a fairly ‘new’ Penny Reid fan. Friends of mine have read her work since the beginning, but I only started her books last year. And in that year, I have devoured every single book. Oops… I love the ‘Knitting in the City Series’, it’s about a great group of friends who are all very different, […]

Posted March 19, 2018 by Marieke

Blog tour: The Scars I Bare ~ J.L. Berg

Blog tour: The Scars I Bare ~ J.L. Berg

Excerpt By the time I arrived at the inn for dinner, I was a goddamn mess. Sweat was running down my back from the heat, even after changing my shirt twice. I’d changed my mind three times on whether to bring flowers for Cora, doubling back to the house at the last minute to grab them after I firmly decided […]

Posted March 16, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: Tap That ~ RC Boldt & Jennifer Blackwood

Book review: Tap That ~ RC Boldt & Jennifer Blackwood

What do you do when your boss hires somebody for the job you think is yours? Trying to make the boss see he shouldn’t have hired her of course, so falling for her is NO option. Tap That is a sweet and funny story about two people in an awkward position, but who can’t resist the attraction between them. I’ve […]

Posted March 6, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: Release ~ Dylan Allen

Book review: Release ~ Dylan Allen

Is it possible to hide the truth from you loved ones? From the moment I read about Lilly in Rise and Remember I wanted to know more about her. I had the feeling she didn’t stay away by choice, that something had happened to her. With Release, I finally know her story. The book made me feel a lot, but […]

Posted February 28, 2018 by Marieke