Once I got over my disappointment The Ultimate Pi Day Party being released on March 5 instead of March 14, I was completely hooked on it. -Smut Matters
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This is what I like to see in a second-chance romance. A couple that acknowledges how badly they screwed up in the past, apologizes genuinely for it, and does the work to rebuild a relationship. I loved this book. -Smut Matters
And even though I had as many issues with Annie as I did, I still went with four stars because, as usual with a Stefanie London book, it’s beautifully written, and the characters are layered and complex -Smut Matters
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
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
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
I really loved this book. -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.