We return to Sunrise Cove in the second novel, The Friendship Pact by Jill Shalvis. I love this small town lake community and settled in to watch brother’s work things out and best friends turned awkward find happiness. Grab a beach chair because you’ll want to settle in with this one!
Chase Wilde Comes Home by Jennifer Ryan is the first book in the Wyoming Wilde series featuring the stories of brothers. A romantic suspense with strong characters and plenty of swoons. Second chances and tough topics made this heartfelt.
Can a guy and girl be besties? Sure. But can besties cross over to more? How do you know if your bestie is feeling the same? Find out in Crazy Stupid Bromance by Lyssa Kay Adams.
The Dresden Files are a favorite here at Caffeinated, and in the past two years I’ve devoured the audiobooks. Like most of his fandom, Peace Talks by Jim Butcher was one of my most anticipated releases for 2020. Butcher did not disappoint as he weaved his magic.
I have loved the Bareknuckle Bastards series and couldn’t wait for Ewen and Grace’s story. Since the beginning Ewen has been the Bastards’ worst enemy. Daring and the Duke by Sarah MacLean promised answers to questions. But can she make me fall for Ewen?
I have read most of the Immortal Guardians but recently had listened to some of Duvall’s books and loved them on audio. Despite pre-ordering a copy, I dove into Broken Dawn by Dianne Duvall on audio. I was not disappointed.
All Fired Up by Lori Foster, the third book in her Road to Love series had all the elements I love in a good romantic suspense. Foster sprinkled in a sweet heroine and a hero worthy of redemption. Buckle up because All Fired Up delivered a heartfelt, intense tale that delivered all the feels.