Review: Royally Yours by Emma Chase

Royally Yours
Series: Royally, #4
Author: Emma Chase
Publication Date: October 30, 2019
Publisher: Emma Chase, LLC
Genre: Romance, Fiction, New Adult, Historical Romance
Note: This review is for an ARC and is my unbiased review.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Synopsis:

Princess Lenora Celeste Beatrice Arabella Pembrook had an unusual childhood. She was raised to be a Queen—the first Queen of Wessco.

It’s a big deal.

When she’s crowned at just nineteen, the beautiful young monarch is prepared to rule. She’s charming, clever, confident and cunning.

What she isn’t… is married.

It’s her advising council’s first priority. It’s what Parliament is demanding, and what her people want.

Lenora has no desire to tie herself to a man—particularly one who only wants her for her crown. But compromises must be made and royals must do their duty.

Even Queens. Especially them.

**

Years ago, Edward Langdon Richard Dorian Rourke, walked away from his title and country. Now he’s an adventurer—climbing mountains, exploring jungles, going wherever he wants, when he wants—until family devotion brings him home.

And a sacred promise keeps him there.

To Edward, the haughty, guarded little Queen is intriguing, infuriating…and utterly captivating. Wanting her just might drive him mad—or become his greatest adventure.

**

Within the cold, stone walls of the royal palace—mistrust threatens, wills clash, and an undeniable, passionate love will change the future of the monarchy forever.

Every dynasty has a beginning. Every legend starts with a story.

This is theirs.


This is a little embarrassing to admit, but I didn’t read the blurb for Royally Yours before I started reading the book. I just saw a new book in the Royally series being released and jumped on it. For some reason, I thought Royally Yours would be about one of the kids from the first three books. I was wrong. Royally Yours is Queen Lenora and Prince Edward’s story. It is all about how they meet, fall in love, and start the Royally dynasty.

Royally Yours was a great addition to the series. Emma Chase came up with a great back story for them that made me fall in love with their characters. Queen Lenora was the same and different from what I expected. I loved getting into her head and being able to look back to the first three books in the series and know why she made the decisions she did. It was amazing!

I don’t remember Edward as much from the first three books, but he was a fun character. I enjoyed meeting him first in his letters and then in person. His adventurous nature brought a light to Lenora’s life. I loved how he challenged her, yet supported her. Edward was a great prince, and an awesome husband.

I adored what Emma Chase did with Lenora and Edward’s relationship. How they fell in love was so special and sweet. It was so much fun to read. If you’re a fan of this series, you won’t want to miss this short but sweet addition.

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WWW Wednesday: October 31, 2018

Welcome to WWW Wednesday!

WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. The purpose is to share what I’ve reading lately. The three W’s stand for:

What did you recently finish reading?
What are you currently reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?


Recently Read

Happy Halloween!!! This week I was back to reading books off my TBR. I did read one ARC, but the rest were books I have planned to read for a long time. I read The Trouble with Love (Se, Love, & Stiletto, #4), Anti-Stepbrother, The Unbelievable,Inconceivable, Unforeseeable Truth About Ethan Wilder, and Muffin Top (The Hartigans, #2).


I also finished the AMAZING How to Walk Away.

Currently ReadIng

I’m reading another book off my physical TBR, Challenge (Harris Brothers, #1).

I’m also listening to King (King, #1). This is a book that I downloaded for free on my Kindle, but decided to listen to the audiobook from my library instead to knock it off my TBR. The narrators are really good.

Reading Next

My plan is to read Crazy Rich Asians (Crazy Rich Asians, #1).

What are you reading? Make sure to leave me your link below so I can check out your post. 🙂

Top Ten Tuesday: Books to Put You in the Halloween Mood

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s is Halloween/Creepy Freebie. I am going with Books to Put You in the Halloween Mood. I can’t really do scary or horror anymore, so most of these books were read years ago. Hopefully, they stand the test of time. 😉


1. Remember Me
Series: Remember Me, #1
Author: Christopher Pike

2. The New Girl
Series: Fear Street, #1
Author: R.L. Stine

3. The Awakening / The Struggle
Series: Vampire Diaries, #1 & #2
Author: L.J. Smith

4. I Know What You Did Last Summer
Author: Lois Duncan

5. Glass Houses
Series: Morganville Vampires, #1
Author: Rachel Caine

6. Twilight
Twilight Saga, #1
Author: Stephenie Meyer

7. The Grownup
Author: Gillian Flynn

8. Dead Until Dark
Series: Sookie Stackhouse, #1
Author: Charlaine Harris

9. Mud Vein
Author: Tarryn Fisher

10. The Girl With All the Gifts
Series: The Girl With All the Gifts
Author: M.R. Carey

 

Review: The Boy I Grew Up With by Tijan

The Boy I Grew Up With
Author: Tijan
Publication Date: October 29, 2018
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance, Fiction
Note: This review is for an ARC and is my unbiased opinion.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Synopsis:

I have loved Channing Monroe all my life.

In first grade, he asked for my Trapper Keeper.
I hit him in the head with it.
Third grade, we were best friends. We kissed in seventh grade.
Eighth grade, he turned into a bad boy and the rest was a tumultuous storm.

Growing up, the problem was never love for us.
Bad times. Good times. There were times when I felt our love in every inch of my body, vibrating, making me feel like it could bring me back to life.

The problem was us.

The problem is that we’re living in two different worlds now.
Fallen Crest and its millionaires for me. Roussou and their criminals for him. I was thriving in mine and he was running his.

But…

But there were nights I felt we couldn’t be further apart than we were, and there were nights I felt we shared the same heartbeat.

When was it time?
When was it time to either sacrifice, make a change, or walk away from the boy I grew up with?


I have all the feelings, guys. All of them. I don’t even know how I’m going to write this review because I’m a little hung over from all of the feels. I’ll give it a shot, though. Forgive me if this seems like one big ramble.

The Boy I Grew Up With is a spin-off of the Fallen Crest High series. It revolves around Samantha’s best friend, Heather and her on-again off-again boyfriend, Channing. (If you have read Crew, but not the FCH series, you will recognize Bren’s older brother Channing and his girlfriend Heather as well.) You don’t necessarily have to read either of those books/series to enjoy this book, but it definitely helps. I would recommend to those who have read the FCH series to going back and read the last couple of chapters of Fallen Crest Forever just to refresh your mind of where things left off in that series. It’s not super important, it’s just something I wish I had done. That being said…

This book was EVERYTHING for a fan of the Fallen Crest High series. The Boy I Grew Up With had all the angst, anticipation, and emotion of that first series. I loved being back in Heather’s world. I know everyone has wanted to know what really went on between Heather and Channing the entire time we were reading FCH, and now we finally have answers!

Since these are characters I already knew and loved, I am not going to go into much about their separate attributes. They weren’t much different from the last time I saw them. Heather and Channing had some surprises in store, but deep down they were the same tough, loyal, independent people. What I will talk about is their relationship. Channing and Heather had such a special connection and history. There were so many things I knew before, but didn’t really know about them. They had such an intense love and devotion. It went deeper than I had originally thought, and it made me so happy to finally understand why. Reading this book made me love Channing and Heather’s characters more than I already did.

Honestly, I loved this book. I loved how it went back and forth between past and present. I could have read more of it. I wanted more of it. I could have kept reading it well after it ended. In fact, I wouldn’t have been mad if Tijan had made this a series rather than just one book. I would have been fine reading Channing and Heather’s entire history from first grade through present over several different books. I didn’t get that, and that’s okay. Instead, I got an amazing journey that brought everything between Channing and Heather full circle. It wasn’t always pretty, but is was beautiful. The Boy I Grew Up With is a MUST READ for Heather and Channing fans.

Now, Tijan, is it too much to ask for a book for Nate? Pretty please with sugar on top…

Review: The Day the Jerk Started Falling by Max Monroe

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Rule number one: don’t fall for your best friend’s brother.

Rule number two: don’t fall for jerks.

But rules go out the window the day the jerk starts falling…

The Jerk Duet is complete!

The Day the Jerk Started Falling
Series: Jerk, #2
Author: Max Monroe
Publication Date: October 25, 2018
Publisher: Max Monroe, LLC
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Fiction
Note: This review is for an ARC and is my unbiased opinion.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Synopsis:

My name is Oliver Arsen, but my mates call me Ollie.

I live hard and love harder, and it’s love that usually gets me in the most trouble.

According to the greater population, I’m the ultimate jerk.

My affection tends to be short-lived—a quality I’ve been assured multiple times by the fairer sex isn’t becoming—and the leaving part of loving and leaving has always come natural.

At least, it used to.

Until her.

Luciana Wright.

She’s an American bombshell and my sister’s best friend—a woman so wrong for
me, it’s written in the waves.

And she’s the reason we’re all here.
The reason I have to go back to explain how it all went wrong.

To the day the jerk started falling.


The Day the Jerk Started Falling is the second book in the Jerk duet. The first book, The Day I Stopped Falling for Jerks, begins the duet. It’s written in a podcast format that our heroine, Lucky, gives about falling for professional surfing jerk Ollie. The Day the Jerk Started Falling is Ollie’s response to Lucky’s podcast. The first half of the book is in podcast format. The second half of the book takes place in the present. I loved the podcast format, but I also loved getting to know where Ollie and Lucky were now.

Ollie’s podcast surprised me a bit. It wasn’t a complete retelling of Lucky’s. Ollie responded to Lucky’s admissions and also gave us some of his own. I liked knowing what the jerk was up to all that time. I loved getting his reactions and feelings. I wasn’t expecting to be so swayed by them. Dare I say Ollie wasn’t really a jerk? Anyway. It was fun to be in those first days of their relationship and to see how Ollie saw it collapse.

What I loved even more than the podcast was what happened after. It was a wild ride in only the way Max Monroe can take us on one. There was humor, emotion, and well, more humor. It was really delightful. I wish things would have stayed in this moment for a while longer. Before I knew it, we stepped a bit into the future and were back to podcasts. They were cute and I loved them. I just would have liked some more non-podcast time with the couple. It was special in a way you can’t always get from the podcast format.

The Day the Jerk Started Falling was a fun way to end the Jerk duet. I loved getting closure to Ollie and Lucky’s relationship. I truly enjoyed the podcast format of this series and how it made it stand out from others. It’s definitely a must read.

 

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Excerpt:

Podcast Series: The Day the Jerk Started Falling with Oliver Arsen

Dating is easy, mates. The women are plentiful, the opportunities abundant, and the fun endless.

I’ve taken a woman night surfing—only to end up using the board and the motion of the water for another purpose—jetted over to New Zealand for a two-day holiday with another, and given more than one a fair tour of my bedroom.

No effort overspent, I enjoyed every moment of it.

I live hard and love harder, but it’s the second one that usually gets me in the most trouble. My affection tends to be short-lived—a quality I’ve been assured multiple times by the fairer sex isn’t becoming.

Basically, according to the greater population, I’m the ultimate jerk.

And if you grouped the lot of my past conquests together and set me ablaze, not one of them would piss on me to save my life.

Taking the next step, having a long-term relationship, has never been my forte.

Commitment is hard. The thought of a one-woman wank for the rest of my life has barely ever been conceivable, let alone possible, and I have to blame that for how badly it all went.

When I look back at my behavior, there has to be a reason.

A reason, friends, that when it came to Luciana Wright, I fucked it all up.

I’ve been cursed out, stomped on, slapped. Had my balls volleyed, spat on, and punched. And even, on one occasion, nearly run over by a car with a madwoman behind the wheel.

But I’ve never been through the brutal torture of love.

Until Lucky.

She’s an American bombshell and my sister’s best friend—a woman so wrong for

me, it should be written in the waves.

And she’s the reason we’re all here.

The exact reason why I strong-armed the lovely, albeit slightly hard-ass, editor of this fantastic website to let an Aussie bloke like me prattle on about his love woes.

[chuckles]

Vanessa, if you’re listening, I’m certain your balls are bigger than just about every man out there. And trust me, that is a compliment.

[chuckles again]

Also, thank you for your hospitality via podcast permission. It is much appreciated.

And you, dear listeners, you should know that for the next God only knows how many episodes of this podcast series, I’m going to spend my time talking directly to Lucky. If you’re not her, but you’d like to keep listening, I urge you to help me. Help me by hearing me out. Help me by relating to my story. Help me plead my case. And to really prepare yourself to get the whole tale from both sides, listen to her podcast first.

[distinct pause]

I had you in my grasp, Lucky, but now it’s fallen apart.

And in order to explain how it happened—to explain myself—I feel like I have to go back to the day it all began.

To the day the jerk started falling.

About Max Monroe:

A secret duo of romance authors team up under the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling pseudonym Max Monroe to bring you sexy, laugh-out-loud reads.

Max Monroe is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of more than ten contemporary romance titles. Favorite writing partners and long time friends, Max and Monroe strive to live and write all the fun, sexy swoon so often missing from their Facebook newsfeed. Sarcastic by nature, their two writing souls feel like they’ve found their other half. This is their most favorite adventure thus far.

Connect with Max Monroe:

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Review: Best Laid Plans by L.K. Farlow

Best Laid Plans
Author: L.K. Farlow
Publication Date: October 16, 2018
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance, Fiction

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Synopsis:

The summer before my senior year of high school I had only one goal: to make Alden Warner see me as more than his best friend’s annoying little sister.

Finally, my wish came true and he noticed me. In a big way. Too bad that the next morning he had no memory of our night together, leaving me heartbroken, and as I later discovered…pregnant.

For the last four years, I’ve been rocking the single mom thing, making sure my daughter comes first. In fact, everything is going fine—until Alden storms back into my life, as my new boss.

His reappearance wasn’t something I planned for. Add my nosy, meddlesome three-year-old and an overprotective brother, and I’m obviously in way over my head.

My only hope now is that I can sway Alden to see things my way…but you know what they say about the best laid plans…


I’m fairly new to L.K. Farlow’s books. Best Laid Plans is only the second book by I have read of hers, yet I already know Farlow is an author I’m going to be spending a lot more time with. For some reason, the first thing that pops in my head when I think of how to describe her writing is that it flows well. That really doesn’t adequately describe it. It’s fun and romantic. It’s also emotional without being too angsty. When I start reading one of her books, I don’t want to stop. The two I’ve read have just been so much fun!

Best Laid Plans is an accidental/surprise pregnancy mixed with older brother’s best friend love story. Natalie and Alden have a drunken teenage hook up that results in pregnancy. When Natalie finds out she’s pregnant, she makes the tough decision not to tell Alden for multiple reasons. Four years later, Alden’s back in town and he is ready to make a move on the one girl he couldn’t have growing up. Natalie loves the attention Alden’s giving her, but she knows things might change when she tells him who Tatum’s father is.

I really liked how the accidental pregnancy and reveal to Alden was handled in Best Laid Plans. It was easy to understand how hard Natalie’s decision had been for her and how well thought out her choices were. I also thought the way Alden responded was perfect. There wasn’t instant forgiveness, but their was acceptance. It was how I imagine real life might be in this situation. I also loved how it all worked out.

For those of you who like reading about single parents and young children in a romance, you would love this book! Tatum is so stinking adorable. She was sweet, sassy, and her comments made me smile so much. I love when the children in a love story make it that much sweeter.

The only small hole in the story for me was how no one in Natalie’s family even suspected that Alden could be Tatum’s father. That didn’t make sense to me because Tatum supposedly resembled Alden more than she did Natalie. I think there might have been a hint of suspicion since Alden had been Nate’s friend since childhood.

Overall, Best Laid Plans was a great romance novel with a lot of heart. I can’t wait to read more from this author.

Release Blitz: The Day the Jerk Started Falling by Max Monroe

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Rule number one: don’t fall for your brother’s best friend.

Rule number two: don’t fall for jerks.

But rules go out the window the day the jerk starts falling…

The Jerk Duet is complete!

The Day the Jerk Started Falling, the fun and flirty conclusion of The Jerk Duet, from New York Times bestselling author Max Monroe is LIVE!

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My name is Oliver Arsen, but my mates call me Ollie.

I live hard and love harder, and it’s love that usually gets me in the most trouble.

According to the greater population, I’m the ultimate jerk.

My affection tends to be short-lived—a quality I’ve been assured multiple times by the fairer sex isn’t becoming—and the leaving part of loving and leaving has always come natural.

At least, it used to.

Until her.

Luciana Wright.

She’s an American bombshell and my sister’s best friend—a woman so wrong for

me, it’s written in the waves.

And she’s the reason we’re all here.

The reason I have to go back to explain how it all went wrong.

To the day the jerk started falling.

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About Max Monroe:

A secret duo of romance authors team up under the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling pseudonym Max Monroe to bring you sexy, laugh-out-loud reads.

Max Monroe is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of more than ten contemporary romance titles. Favorite writing partners and long time friends, Max and Monroe strive to live and write all the fun, sexy swoon so often missing from their Facebook newsfeed. Sarcastic by nature, their two writing souls feel like they’ve found their other half. This is their most favorite adventure thus far.

Connect with Max Monroe:

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WWW Wednesday: October 24, 2018

Welcome to WWW Wednesday!

WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. The purpose is to share what I’ve reading lately. The three W’s stand for:

What did you recently finish reading?
What are you currently reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?


Recently Read

This week was full of reading ARCs. I read The Boy I Grew Up With, Royally Yours (Royally, #4)Big Stick (Aces Hockey,#7), I Bet You (The Hook Up, #2), and The Day the Jerk Started Falling (Jerk, #2). I also read one book off my TBR, Best Laid Plans. I didn’t notice until I made this post that pretty much all of the covers feature shirtless men. I’m not sure what’s up with that. Maybe October is a month for no shirts?

Currently ReadIng

I’m reading another book off my physical TBR, Sparrow.

I also started listening to How to Walk Away.

Reading Next

As long as I don’t have any ARCs show up, I’m going to keep reading books off my Kindle. I have a couple in mind. It just depends on my mood.

What are you reading? Make sure to leave me your link below so I can check out your post. 🙂

Review: Reveling in Sin by Meghan March

Reveling in Sin
Series: Sin, #3
Author: Meghan March
Publication Date: October 23, 2018
Publisher: Red Dress Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Fiction
Note: This review is for an ARC and is my unbiased opinion.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Synopsis:

Whitney Gable is the kind of woman you fight to the death to protect.
To keep.
To cherish.
I’ve finally learned my lesson, and it’s time to prove I’m the man who’s worthy of her.
I don’t care what it takes, because failure is not an option.
No matter who or what stands in our way—this time, she’ll be mine forever.


Meghan March is known for her amazing cliffhangers and jaw dropping reveals. In this final installment of the Sin series, she delivered on those reveals. If you could see my face now, you would see a look of shock and surprise. I was expecting something big to happen, but I was not expecting so many different things! The newly exposed truths and twists in the story blew my mind. I did not see most of them coming. I also didn’t expect a couple cameos by some of my favorite Meghan March characters. Reveling in Sin was an exciting end to Whitney and Lincoln’s saga.

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Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Villains

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s is Villians (favorite, best, worst, lovable, creepiest, most evil, etc.) . I am going with Favorite Villains. They kind of encompass the best, worst, lovable, creepiest, most evil all in one. Here they are!


1. Grizz
Nine Minutes Trilogy
Author: Beth Flynn

I think I must have had Stockholm syndrome just like Ginny because I somehow ended up loving Grizz even though I should have hated him.

2. Amy
Gone Girl
Author: Gillian Flynn

Amy is one of those villains you can’t help but love to hate. She’s crafty and horrible, but you just can’t hate on her genius. Or at least I can’t. Without her, this book would have been BORING.

3. President Snow
The Hunger Games Trilogy
Author: Suzanne Collins

President Snow gets a spot on this list simply because the description of the roses and blood… Just ick! He creeped me out and was utterly memorable.

4. Anthony Bear
The Iron Tiara (and Nine Minutes Trilogy)
Author: Beth Flynn

Beth Flynn knows how to write a villain. She can make you fall in love with someone who you know you should hate. Anthony Bear is another Grizz.

5. Nate DeLuca
Combative Series
Author: Jay McLean

All I can say is I love Nate DeLuca when I should be hating him.

6. Evelyn Hugo
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
Author: Taylor Jenkins Reid

This might seem like an odd choice, but in my mind Evelyn Hugo is a villain. She used methods only a villain would use to get what she wanted. I loved hating her!

7. Fig Coxbury
Bad Mommy
Tarryn Fisher

Fig might just be my favorite psycho ever.

8. Hannibal Lector
Hannibal Lector Series
Author: Thomas Harris

There is no one quite as creepy and gross as Hannibal Lector. Eating people. EWWWW!

9. Kaz
Six of Crows Duology
Author: Leigh Bardugo

Kaz is like a modern day Robin Hood. He’s guilty of some sins, but his are for the good of many. That’s why he makes my list.

10. Spontaneous Combustion
Spontaneous
Author: Aaron Starmer

I chose spontaneous combustion because it’s horrifying to think of people spontaneously combusting, yet unique.