Ward’s newest release Moody was spicy, sexy and just what I needed to get me out of my little book slump I fell into. Everyone is absolutely going to fall in love with Dax and Wren.
I don’t want to spoil anything but I loved the little twist and how it was written. This book had the usual banter, spice and everything nice! I’m gonna let you fly into this one blind as I really think any more info would ruin this gem. Just go ahead and grab this one now and enjoy the “Moody” ride!
This book was a cute and fun read. It was light and easy to get through. I did enjoy this enemies to lovers romance and the way it all came together in the end with Aspen and Troy. I loved all the little “sprinkles” along the way reading as well. I found myself giggling especially with Nonno and really loved Troy’s character but found myself having a hard time really connecting with Aspyn for some odd reason. I keep trying to put my finger on it but I think it was because of her simply just taking forever to realize things you do as a teen, MOST don’t do as an adult. Once she finally came to this realization and let go a bit, I found myself liking her more as the book went on. Oh and let’s not forget about Kiki an Menses the Unicorn, I damn near spit out my drink at that one! Such an adorable little girl, clever and so oh witty! I love how Troy connected with her, it really melted my ice cold heart!
Nonno 1000% stole the show in this book for me! While this one wasn’t one of my favorites from one of my go to authors, I still enjoyed it none the less. It was well written, with a good story line. It had all the feels and certainly packed full of cute moments and laughter. As always I can’t wait to see what Ms. Ward brings us next!
I really enjoyed Well Played. I say this every review with anything written by these two authors, but I really do think they are a dynamic duo that can write incredibly well and compliment each other in anything they publish.
Well Played all starts with Presley’s young son Alex inheriting her Ex’s grandfathers Inn, well a portion of it that is. The other portion was inherited by Levi, who happens to be the Ex’s brother. She moved Alex away from the NY into a small town in hopes for a better life. The only problem is she wants to fix up in the Inn and plant roots in the small town, but Levi has other plans to sell and wants no parts of it and go back to his life as a star QB.
Can Presley change Levi’s mind into not selling? And, what happens along the way between these two especially considering the Ex is Levi’s brother Tanner? Things could go down as the worst play in playbook history or it can turn out to be the best Well Played game of all time! Gotta read to find out, trust me you won’t be disappointed!
Molly is in desperate need for a roommate and so far every woman has come to her door has been a complete dud for one reason or another. Enter D. Tate… who is certainly NOT a woman by any means but he was sure he could make his new perspective roomie, see it his way. I was sure Declan was on his way to winning Molly over with his charming charisma but Molly wasn’t having until her love for frosting changed her mind! I loved the banter between Declan and Molly from the start. I knew I was going to love these two and I was right, I totally did!
These two became total besties fast, but we could tell the feelings were certainly brewing but neither one of them wanted to admit it since they were both crushing on other people at their jobs. But you know what they say, ya always want what someone else has, day late, dollar short kinda thing. Question is, is it going to be TOO late to NOT PRETEND ANYMORE? I adored this book and read it one sitting! I give this one a Five Pink M&Ms!!
I totally loved Happily Letter After. This was one of my most loved books written so far by the dynamic duo. I thought the characters were just perfect and the story line was super cute. It kept me interested from start to finish and feeling every emotion you can think of.
Sadie received a Letter to Santa in the middle of summer where she works writing dating do’s and lots and lots of dont’s. She also reads the letters for Santa during the holiday season, so getting a letter so early had her intrigued. She felt connected to this little girl writing the letters and wanted to make her Santa wishes come true. Sadie thought what could it hurt to send a few items, but one thing led to another and she found herself right on the doorstep of Birdies house one day. What she certainly wasn’t expecting was a massive case of mistaken identity that she literally just rolled with, figuring she’d make a swift exit only it didn’t happen that way. She definitely wasn’t expecting Sebastian or to fall for Birdie and The Duke.
This story was funny, quirky, fun and heart-warming. I loved every single second of it. While I loved Sadie and Sebastian’s chemistry and banter, I really think Birdie stole my heart in this book! The connection between Birdie and Sadie is what really made me fall in love with this one!