• The way in which Lily White wrote this story was so brilliant it has a subtle manipulation of mind and heart. You barely see it coming but then it’s suddenly there staring you in the face unapologetically. A plethora of lies, secrets and haunting erotic lust and love. The behaviour shrouds the heart and the true intentions of everyone involved. What a magnificent story which takes a much written about trope and turns it on its head. We highly recommend this to readers looking for something different yet who still craves romance, passion and those unrepentant anti-hero’s we hate to love. Wishing Well has a real beating loving heart and such soul residing in the core of darkness.

    ‘Someone had to love this gentle beast of a man. Someone had to see the light that could exist at the end of his dark tunnel and then take him by the hand to show him.’

    -TBB 5 Stars

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  • ‘Griffin has defined love for me in ways I never imagined. I’m not sure I realized his real role in my life until I was faced with the possibility of not having him in my life at all. The day I chased him down the hall to his bathroom, I was chasing the part of my heart that broke off and gave me the middle finger while saying, “I belong to him, not you.”

    Transcend was everything we love about Jewel E Ann. Her writing is sublime, perfection to the optimum level which meant we could not put it down for love nor money. It was addictive and compelling with characters that are trademark to this Author. We fell in complete book love and the characters immediately stole our hearts. Especially Griffin. Oh dear, that man is luscious; the perfect balance of sexy, cocky, romantic and passionate.  We love our grocery store guy! Transcend is everything we love. It had intrigue, romance, and an otherworldly feel to it; ultimately it was full of high emotion, tension, humour, angst and passion..

    - TBB 5 Stars

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  • ‘I’ve been loved by two men, neither feeling they were the worthy one, when the truth is I’m the one not worthy of this kind of love from them.’

    We won’t be telling you anything about the story in Epoch because, wow, you need, you really, really need to read Epoch completely spoiler free. Will your heart hurt? Absolutely. Will you heart soar? Absolutely! Will there be times you feel as though your heart won’t recover? Absolutely! Will you close this book feeling as though you’ve finished an epic love story, with tears unashamedly pouring down your cheeks? If you’re anything like us, you will!  Will it be worth the beating your heart will take? Absobloodylutely! We wouldn’t trade one intense, gripping, emotion filled heart stopping moment for anything!

     

    - TBB 5 Stars

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  • ‘I never saw him coming, but I knew he had quickly become an addiction that would be impossible to quit.’

    Oh gosh, we LOVED this book! Everything about it left with a warm and giddy feeling of happiness. The feverish chemistry, by text and in person, the witty, flirty, fun and sexy banter, the emotional pull of two people afraid to let their hearts fly, and especially the beautifully sweet, sincere and wonderful way in which Natasha Boyd delivered Trystan and Emmy’s story. It was perfection, and we soon found ourselves falling head over heels for this fabulous romantic comedy, wanting to shout about it from the rooftops!

     

    -TBB 5 Stars

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  • ‘He’s the man who sets the bar unbelievably high so no one will ever reach it. He’s the man who makes an indelible impression on your heart. An everlasting impact on your life.’

    Meghan Quinn wowed us with a perfect balance of chemistry, romance, angst, sweetness, passion, banter and humour. We’re pretty sure, if you looked up the word ‘swoon‘ in the dictionary, it would read: Beck Wilder! What a romantic and beautiful man! And the epilogue…..hearts on the floor…..turn us over, we’re done! We cannot stress how brilliant this series is for the romance and the laughs. It’s definitely one of the best feel good series we’ve read in a while and we highly recommend it.

    -TBB 5 Stars

    Read our Review for Two Wedding Crashers »
  • “I told you, I don’t even recognise myself, anymore, and it’s because there are chunks of my heart that are missing and I’m not sure will ever grow back. But Jess –  …All I can tell you is that everything that’s left is one hundred percent yours. This broken mess – this needy, mixed-up shell of who I used to be – is utterly committed to you. I’m yours if you want me, and if you don’t, I get it, because God knows you can do better.”

    Sometimes you read a book that reduces you to absolute tears to the point you’re unable to carry on and have to put your kindle aside for a while. Point of Contact is this kind of story. It was stunningly beautiful, heart-breaking, highly emotional, inspirational and hopeful. It was a story of love and overcoming tragedy and grief. A story of friendship and passion. Beauty and love can be found in the darkest of night. As has been said; only in complete darkness can you see the light of the stars. A love story emerging from the shattered debris of war. A connection, a shared grief and a journey of healing. We experience the before then the after. Our hearts raced our hands felt clammy and our breathing became erratic as we absorbed ever word and its vivid imagery.

    -TBB 5 Stars

    Read our Review for Point of Contact »

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