I appreciate a couple that knows they want to be together and tries to make it happen, without all of the angst and internal drama that marks other types of relationships. -Smut Matters
I don’t want to say more, because I think you should read this book without delay. -Smut Matters
Tomboy by Avery Flynn is here!!!
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
I’ll never tell anyone not to pick up an Alyssa Cole book. You should definitely pick this one up. -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.
I love good banter, and it if this is an example of what I can expect from Suleikha Snyder, I cannot wait to devour her backlist. -Smut Matters
But if you’re looking for a smart, funny romantic comedy, Catastrophe Queen by Emma Hart will tick all of your boxes. -Smut Matters
I just couldn’t understand where either of them was coming from and it interfered with my ability to get into the story as fully as I wanted to. -Smut Matters
Even in a novella, a mere 106 pages, both Likotsi and Fabiola were completely fleshed-out characters. -Smut Matters