If you’re looking for a great story, plenty of banter, and two characters who really need each other, you can’t go wrong with Crashing Into Her. -Smut Matters
The Last was a fun read. With the world in the shape it’s in, romantic comedy is a genre I’m trying to read more of. Fortunately for me, Tawna Fenske has an extensive backlist I can dive into. -Heather B.
But if you’re looking for a smart, funny romantic comedy, Catastrophe Queen by Emma Hart will tick all of your boxes. -Smut Matters
Even in a novella, a mere 106 pages, both Likotsi and Fabiola were completely fleshed-out characters. -Smut Matters
Overall, this reminded me why I like Lexi Blake books and read them occasionally, but I don’t love them. -Smut Matters
I loved this book, and I loved these characters. If you’re in the mood for angst, I can’t recommend this one enough. Definitely pick tis one up and just settle in with a cozy blanket, some tea, some whiskey, and a box of Kleenex to mop up your tears.
I’d recommend this one for anyone who likes the friends-to-lovers trope. The characters were fun, the angst was low, and the sex was hot. -Smut Matters
It’s all familiar, and comforting, in a Hallmark-Christmas-movie kind of way. -Smut Matters
Get this book – you won’t be sorry. -Smut Matters
I love Avery Flynn. I love almost everything I’ve read from her. This one just didn’t quite land for me. I mean; I obviously liked it – I’m still giving it 3.5 stars. But she’s usually an automatic 4 or 5 from me. -Smut Matters