Review: Ashwin by Kit Rocha

In a post-apocalyptic world, Kora, a super healer doctor who’s in search of a home, will find something quite like what she desires in Ashwin, a super soldier programmed not to feel or care but who finds all his programming is weak against Kora’s touch. Ashwin is a dystopian romance where extraordinary characters find love. […]

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Review: Riven by Roan Parrish

Roan Parrish is back with Riven, a music centered contemporary with two flawed men who enchant one another and readers. There’s an age gap balanced by respect and trust. There’s struggle to overcome dependency, and there’s a fight to find one’s own voice in a world that’s almost too loud. I’ve been a huge fan of Parrish’s […]

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Review: Pretending He’s Mine by Mia Sosa

Pretending He’s Mine is a trope-loving reader’s dream that revolves around Ashley, who’s had the biggest torch for her brother’s best friend/agent Julian, who has nowhere to go but his place. Forced proximity, realizing dreams and a ridiculous amount of unresolved sexual tension later, PLUS a wedding, you’ll find yourself pretending Mia Sosa would write the […]

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Review: Contour by Meg Harding

Meg Harding’s Contour is a contemporary romance with Jamie, a genderfluid YouTube sensation who’s all about being out and proud and Tyler, an Instagram Famous model who’s more than just a hot tatted-up body and puppies. Contour is short, sweet and has something for fans of contemporary romances that mix media in the storytelling process. You’ll […]

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