Reread Review: The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

Reread Review: The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

Ever since their first day of work together, Lucy and Joshua have been playing the hating game. They are constantly bickering and trying to one up each other and are sworn enemies. But when only one of them can get a big promotion that's come up, the dynamic between them changes and maybe they don't hate each other after all.

Twice In A Blue Moon by Christina Lauren

Twice In A Blue Moon by Christina Lauren

On a trip to London after high school, Tate meets Sam, a farmer from Vermont. They immediately hit it off and spend the entire two weeks of her trip together. Tate thinks it could be love, but then Sam reveals her biggest secret to the press: she is the daughter of a world famous actor. This single moment changes the course of Tate's life forever, and when she meets Sam again fourteen years later, she deal with what happened.

Well Met by Jen DeLuca

Well Met by Jen DeLuca

Synopsis: After moving in with her sister to help with her recovery, Emily gets roped into doing a Renaissance Faire with her niece. After clashing with Simon, the guy in charge of the Faire, Emily isn't sure about the thing, but quickly starts having fun as the tavern wench. Most surprisingly, she is having fun flirting with Captain Blackthorne, a charismatic pirate, who just so happens to be played by Simon.