The wonderful thing about traveling again is that it gives me more time to read. I love reading on a plane. I put my noise canceling headphones on with some relaxed background music or noises, and then I just read…
And since I happened to pick some awesome books to read, it’s time for another edition of Nora’s Mini Reviews! (all links are affiliate links)
Bossy – N.R. Walker
It’s no secret I’m a huge fan on N.R. Walker. I love how diverse her books are in terms of setting, plot, themes, and subgenre. No matter what she writes, I love it, and Bossy was no exception. This is a high heat, sexy, and feel-good story about two men who connect while hooking up and decide to keep meeting each other for sex. Until feelings get in the way…
The Boy Who Loved Wicked – C.P. Harris
I’m a sucker for age gap stories, and I love student-teacher romances, so The Boy Who Loved Wicked was a no brainer anyway, but gah, this book is good. I love this author’s writing style which is understated, a little poetic and dreamy, and just sucks you right in. All the feels and a very happy ending, and as a bonus some cool philosophical musings.
Lucien – Silvia Violet
You ever wonder why in hindsight you waited so long with reading a book? That’s how I feel about Lucien. For some reason, I didn’t read it when it came out, but that was clearly a mistake, haha. I loved this dark mafia romance between a mob boss and a rather innocent boy, which has a very happy ending and some super sexy scenes. Can’t wait to read the next one.
Blood – A.J. Sherwood and Jocelynn Drake
I’ve raved before about Origin, the first book in this series, and by now, I’ve read book two, three, and four as well, and this series is still amazing. It’s got humor, action, dragons, fun, spell casters (mages), sexy times, romance, and a great sense of found family. Blood is book four and is Ravi’s story, and he’s by far my favorite, this mischievous wind dragon who loves pulling pranks. Can’t wait to read more in this series.
Have you read any of these? Which one was your favorite? And what was a recent book you read that you absolutely loved?