Too Much Drama and Angst: Stay With Me by J. Lynn Review

I like JLA as an author and even more as a person so it pains me to say that I didn’t like this. I really wasn’t planning on reading it but when Jen posted that this was on sale on Kindle for only $1.99, I bought it without thinking or even reading the reviews.

When I first started this, I was lowkey annoyed that Jax and everyone in the Hot Guy Brigade were described as insanely hot. I already know to expect this from a JLA book but somehow, I was able to look past that when I read Lux and Origin series. There’s something slightly annoying about describing another character’s hotness every few pages or so. I want to be able to decide it for myself, thank you.

Review: The Kiss Quotient (The Kiss Quotient #1)

“How did one not obsess over something wonderful? How did one like something a reasonable amount?”

This quote pretty much sums up how I feel about Helen Hoang’s writing. When I read The Bride Test, I found it hard to finish any book I started. I just wasn’t in the mood. I wanted to read others like it. So I read The Kiss Quotient and again, I was sucked into it.

Review: The Bride Test (The Kiss Quotient #2)

This is my first Helen Hoang book so I had no expectations. I heard about The Kiss Quotient — it was big on the book blogging community — but I haven’t had time to read it yet. But when I got an ARC for the second book, I couldn’t miss the opportunity.

Right from the beginning, I was hooked. It even made me stay up late until 4 AM even though I had work in the morning. It was that good.

Review: 180 Seconds by Jessica Park

This book surprised me in so many ways.

I actually chose to read this because I wanted something fluffy. What I got was something totally different.

If you’re planning on reading this book, you absolutely need one thing: tissues.

No kidding.

Remember those viral videos on Facebook that make you cry? This book is like those videos but in written form. And only the hardest of hearts will be able to hold back their tears.

Feel-Good Romance with Perfect Chemistry: Imperfect Chemistry by Mary Frame Review

Lucy is a very interesting character. She reminds me of Sheldon Cooper (from the Big Bang Theory series), although not as extreme. She talks about things in a clinical and scientific way and is absolutely straightforward and honest. She is unlike all the female characters I ever read.

The thing with contemporary romance is that I don’t expect a lot from the plot. I just want a cute love story that sticks as close to reality as possible. This book delivered. It was entertaining and unexpectedly funny. It got me rolling on my bed laughing at 3 AM (seriously).