Contemporarily Ever After: Top Picks for the Week of March 5th

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I can’t believe how fast time is flying by and that we are already reading March releases. I’m not sure where the times goes! Wait… who am I kidding? I know exactly where my time is spent – reading! And I love every minute of it.

Indicates the books that I have read and recommend.

Make Me Yours by Tia Louise (Mar. 4)

 

If you’ve read Tia Louise’s Make You Mine, you’ve met the heroine in Make Me Yours and have probably already fallen in love with her like I have. She’s sassy, likeable and downright hilarious, so I am excited to read her story. She falls into a job as a nanny to an adorable little girl, and the sparks fly between her and her boss. I predict this romance will deliver all the feels.

The Ultimate Pi Day Party by Jackie Lau (Mar. 5)

 

Jackie Lau launches her new Baldwin Village series with The Ultimate Pi Day Party, and I am impatiently waiting for it to hit my eReader. A tech entrepreneur is home visiting his dad and throwing a Pi Day party. He hires a pie shop owner to help make the event perfect and tries not to fall for her. This clever romance looks like it will be charming and swoon-worthy, and the perfect way to get ready for Pi Day on March 14th.

Keep It Classy by Lani Lynn Vale (Mar. 5)

 

I adore the Bear Bottom Guardians MC series, so it’s no surprise I am eagerly anticipating the seventh, standalone book, Keep It Classy. It’s a frenemies-to-lovers romance that looks like it will have all the fun, romance and steam you’d expect from Lani Lynn Vale.

Diary of a Bad Boy by Meghan Quinn (Mar. 7)

 Diary of a Bad Boy had me smiling, laughing and sighing the entire time while reading it, and I devoured it in one sitting. Roark is a short-tempered, broody Irishman, who works hard and plays hard, and he meets the sweet and pragmatic Sutton when their phones are accidentally switched. From their first text exchange, they constantly butt heads and bicker, but they’re also incredibly drawn to one another. They can’t seem to figure each other out or their own feelings, and this is just the beginning of all the fun to be had in this adorable, sexy and captivating romantic comedy. With its endearing characters, highly entertaining story and page after page of top-notch banter, Diary of a Bad Boy will definitely be on my best of 2019 list.

Worship by Trilina Pucci (Mar. 7)

 

The second, standalone book in Trilina Pucci’s Sinful series, looks like it is going to be scorching hot. A broody single dad meets his match – in and out of the bedroom. With elements of suspense and BDSM, I predict I won’t be able to put Worship down.

Make Me Bad by R.S. Grey (Mar. 7)

R.S. Grey blends romance, humor, and fiery heat with the finesse of a master chemist and delivers a drop-dead sexy, downright hilarious, and absolutely charming love story, and Make Me Bad might be my favorite books of hers yet. (Of course, I say that with every release of hers!) Madison has always been sheltered by her father and brother and lived a quiet life, and although she’s been content, she’s ready to get a little wild now that she’s turned twenty-five. When Ben, who is the local heartthrob and former bad boy, lands in her life through a twist of fate, she decides he is the perfect one to show her how to shed her good girl ways. He’s instantly drawn to the quirky and genuine children’s librarian and is more than happy to tutor her, but he never expects to be thoroughly charmed in the process. There’s nothing not to adore about Make Me Bad.

Maybe Later by Claudia Y. Burgoa (Mar. 7)

Maybe Later is a unique, sexy and heartfelt romance that hits all the right spots. Jackson is a hardworking, reclusive and gruff CEO, who meets his match in his intelligent and feisty virtual assistant, Amy. They square off and argue from the moment he sends her his first list of tasks, but they quickly find themselves working well together and talking about more personal matters over emails and messenger chats. They’re both leery of love and surprised when they begin to feel strongly about someone they’ve never met. Of course, their relationship gets a lot more complicated when they meet outside their cozy virtual world without realizing they’re Jackson and Amy. You’ll feel everything while reading this gem of a romance. 

The Last Wingman by Daisy Prescott (Mar. 7)

 I love Daisy Prescott’s quirky, unique sense of humor and have thoroughly enjoyed every installment in the Wingmen series. This is the sixth and final book in the series, and although I am sad to say goodbye to this eclectic cast of memorable characters and fun setting, the series is ending on a high note with The Last Wingman.

Based on their physical appearances, Noah and June are complete opposites. He wears almost only black and has piercings and tattoos, while she dresses in vibrantly colored clothes with an eccentric flare. They’re both small business owners on the island of Whidbey, Washington, and they both don’t get close to people easily. They don’t get along when they first meet, but Jonah quickly develops a crush on June and hopes to soften her feelings toward him. He’s both adorable and sexy as he quietly pursues her and shows her the man behind his rough exterior, and he might be my favorite of all Prescott’s Wingman but don’t make me choose. He and June’s courtship is leisurely-paced and absolutely heartwarming, and you cannot walk away from this book without feeling entertained and satisfied. Also, how adorable is this cover?

Rock Bottom Girl by Lucy Score (Mar. 8)

 

I can’t wait to dive into this romantic comedy by Lucy Score. A woman returns home to coach soccer at her old high school and finds herself in a fake relationship with the school’s reformed bad boy and track coach. I predict this romance will be hilarious and emotional.

Entice Me by Kelly Elliott (Mar. 8)

 

Entice Me is the second, standalone book in Kelly Elliott’s Austin Singles series, and it’s a swoon-worthy and sexy love story. Nash had his heart broken and he isn’t looking to have it happen again, but he’s gobsmacked when he meets Kaelynn. She’s all his ex-girlfriend was not, but he also fears that she isn’t telling him everything. Kaelynn wants to convince him to trust her with his heart, but she has to also trust him with her secrets. You’ll love these two smart, likeable and endearing characters, and you’ll find yourself rooting for them every step of the way to their happily ever after. Don’t miss Entice Me and the Austin Singles series.

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