Cristina: Someone on here recently recommended The Confidence of Wildflowers by Micalea Smeltzer and it was pretty fantastic too! Definitely didn’t want to put it down. Reminds me a little bit of The Naked Fisherman Duet. It does have a pretty big cliffhanger, but luckily book 2, The Resurrection of Wild Flowers, is out. This series definitely had me in my feels and had me in tears. Have a tissue handy.
Kate needs our book help! JERK HERO ALERT!!
This one *almost* sounds like one of my favorite books of all time by Mariana Zapata (Book Review – Wait for It) but she was the one that had the children (became the guardian to – if I can remember right – her brother’s children after his death).
I know that’s not the one but I LOVE this trope, so I’m dying to know this one. 😀
Help finding a Nanny/Single Dad book
I’ve been dying to find this book I read a while back. I think it was in one of your blog posts.
I recently read a book that had a hilarious kid in it. I am looking for other books with funny kids in them.
Could you help?
Maryse: People kept mentioning THE kids. How funny the kids were. How they made this story… more. I can love kids in stories, but I often find kids are a bit over exaggerated in novels (or not quite true – to me anyway – to their age). But not these. And there were SIX of ’em. ABSOLUTE perfection on the “kid-front”. Hilarious, bratty, heartwarming, infuriating, goofy, and everything I expect in a story about a makeshift family that has to adjust in the face of tragedy.
BROODING ALPHA-JERK BOSS ALERT!! BOOK #1 IN A BRAND NEW TRILOGY JUST WENT LIVE TUESDAY & it’s at #26 on all of Amazon right now. HOLY. MOLY!!!! I love that title – Private Property (Rochester Trilogy Book 1) and that cover… and even better, the blurb jolt (I love moody heroes 😉 )!!! And to celebrate, Skye Warren is today’s newsletter sponsor!!! :D.
The author says:
I am so excited to bring you the brooding billionaire + innocent nanny in PRIVATE PROPERTY! This is a dark, atmospheric, SEXY romance… with a seriously a$$hole hero!
Ann is looking for this biker book! Almost sounds like this could be a case of eventual unrequited love… at first? Either way, alpha jerks are always fun (and infuriating) to read, and he sounds like a perfect example. Also makes me think of a Kristin Ashley book.
This quick description sounds like bits and pieces of a few of my very favorites so I can’t wait to find out which one it is.
Looking for a book I read about a president of the club needs to leave to take care of his son.