Genre: Contemporary Romance

Average Rating: 4.26


Book review: Dr. Strange Beard ~ Penny Reid

Book review: Dr. Strange Beard ~ Penny Reid

How is it for a person, to remember everything. Every spoken word, even from years ago. Dr. Strange Beard is the story of Roscoe Winston – one of the Winston siblings – and Simone Payton, who used to be friends… I love this book; the couple and the story! “I would not remember how warm she was or how her […]

Posted August 8, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: Maddox ~ Melanie Moreland

Book review: Maddox ~ Melanie Moreland

Damaged, afraid of love, and all business… What happens when a guy like that actually falls in love? With a woman who has similar ‘issues’? Maddox tells the story of Maddox and Dee, who both don’t do love (or so they think). I love this stubborn couple, they both deserve so much more then they think they do. “To the […]

Posted July 9, 2018 by Marieke

Book review + excerpt: Do Not Respond ~ M.R. Field

Book review + excerpt: Do Not Respond ~ M.R. Field

Office romances… I love them, two adults sneaking around the office, trying to hide what they’re doing. Maybe the fact I met my hubby at the office also plays a role (sorry for the personal information). Do Not Respond is the story of Letty and Cole, who don’t get along very well despite their long history. Mixing that with day-to-day […]

Posted June 29, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: Blackburn ~ Brynne Asher

Book review: Blackburn ~ Brynne Asher

I’m not the biggest fan of Novellas (I always want more), but when a favorite author announces she’s writing one, how can I not read it. Blackburn is an office-romance, but with a Brynne Asher twist to it. I love Lillian, Gabe and their story. “I never get anything more than a frown in return. Or a furrowed brow. Or […]

Posted June 26, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: Double Down ~ Alessandra Torre

Book review: Double Down ~ Alessandra Torre

Double Down picks up right where the first book in the Duet, Even Money, left off. And given how Even Money ended, you know this book won’t be an easy ride. But for Dario and Bell, it’s a fitting story; it fits with the dangerous world Dario lives in. I’ve enjoyed this roller-coaster read very much. “I wasn’t wrong. I […]

Posted June 26, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: Even Money ~ Alessandra Torre

Book review: Even Money ~ Alessandra Torre

When you pick up a book by Alessandra Torre, you know what you get. Characters who live their lives by their rules, not caring what others might think. Even Money is not different. Bell and Dario appear to be a certain way, but there’s so much more to them then meets the eye. I need to know what happens next… […]

Posted June 11, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: The Start of Something Good ~ Jennifer Probst

Book review: The Start of Something Good ~ Jennifer Probst

Guarded city-girl meets closed-off small-town boy. Do they even have a chance, or are they doomed from the start? The Start of Something Good tells the charming story of Mia and Ethan, who both don’t know what they really want, but who find love anyway. I love their story. “In that moment, he’d felt completely connected to her. Because he’d […]

Posted June 10, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: Envy ~ Dylan Allen

Book review: Envy ~ Dylan Allen

Can you survive assumptions, can you get past half-trues and lies? Envy tells the heartbreaking and angst-y story of Apollo and Graham, for who a Happily Ever After doesn’t come easy. While I was sometimes angry, sometimes sad while reading Envy, I simply love this book. “Once upon a time, he had been my compass. My star. But, I can’t […]

Posted June 7, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: I Flipping Love You ~ Helena Hunting

Book review: I Flipping Love You ~ Helena Hunting

One of my guilty pleasures is watching tv-series about flipping and redecorating houses, I just can’t stop watching them. Why? I really don’t know. Maybe for all the ideas for my own house? (Poor hubby, hahaha) I Flipping Love You is the story of Rian and Pierce, who happen to be in the flipping houses business. So, as you understand, […]

Posted May 29, 2018 by Marieke