So school started. The eldest was driven four hours away and moved into her new dorm room. It rained the whole way there, but when we finally arrived in the place she’ll call home during the school year the sun was shining like it was welcoming her with open arms. There were tears. There was Mexican food. Then there were more tears. I did that thing I do when anxiety and worry set in, which is boss around everyone so I can control SOMETHING.
My handsome son started his junior year in HS and since he has his license, he got up early and was excited to be driving to school. Alone. CUE MORE ANXIETY.
Which is why this post will be short and sweet. I’ve gotta rest my brain, y’all.
Absolutely adorable. And sexy. AND super romantic.
Ignore the cover, this is good stuff.
P.S. I didn’t love the blurb either.
P.S.S It’s available on KU so YAY!
I’ve made no secret of the fact that I adore this author. I will buy anything she writes, period. Rookie Move is the first book in the Brooklyn Bruisers series, which is a spin off of her popular Ivy Years series and I loved it just as much.
The hero… <3
Review to come closer to release date.
Off the charts awesome, as always.
When this landed on my Kindle I had the thought that I would wait and read closer to release date. HAHAHAHAHAHA. Yeah right, no one has that much willpower. Especially me.
Joint review with Jen coming closer to release date.
I did a WTRW on The Hating Game. Loooooooved this book.
P.S. I think Jen loved it too.
See review here.
I really enjoyed this author’s debut and first book in the Disgraceful Dukes series, How the Duke Was Won. Have I mentioned how much I love finding debut authors? Because I do, I really do.
I’m happy to report that her second published book is even better than her first. I really enjoyed this one.
Review to come close to release date.