Thursday, November 9, 2017

DIY No-Sew Fabric Covered Journal/Planner

I’ve been using Pen+Gear’s Lay Flat Journal that I found at Wal-Mart for my planner for about a year now. It’s a little smaller than the planners that I’ve used in the past but, for some reason, the smaller size works better for me. One of things that drew me to this journal was the fact it lays flay. I also liked that the pages aren’t white but a nice light craft-paper brown and they’re acid-free, which is a plus for me since I use it as a sort of scrapbook/memory keeper and not just a standard planner
Sadly, I reached the last page and had to get a new one. I ordered one on-line thinking I was going to get the cute little gold dot cover that I had before. Unfortunately, this one had a horrid looking hot pink cover that was so loud it was practically screaming. Yeah, that wasn’t going to work. So, I browsed around and ended up ordering a dot journal from Etsy. It was cute but the dot/grid paper just really isn’t my style and I just couldn’t get into planning my layouts in it.
So, I decided to get creative and transform my screaming hot pink journal into something more me.

Supplies Needed
Pen+Gear Lay Flat Journal
Heat ‘n Bond Ultrahold iron-on adhesive
Fat Quarter of Fabric (I used Creative Cuts in pattern PCQ Words Onyx)
Superglue (I used the gel type because it doesn’t run or leak through the fabric/paper)
Stick glue ( I used Sticky Thumb because it offers a two-way bond)

1—Gently remove the front and back covers from the journal’s binding tape then remove the decorative covers from both covers. Both covers should be blank pieces of cardboard.

2—Iron fabric and cut two panels leaving about an1 inch of fabric around the covers.

3—Cut out two pieces of iron-on adhesive the same size as the fabric panels. Iron adhesive to the back of the fabric per adhesive package instructions. Allow to cool for 3-5 minutes. 

4—Iron fabric on to the correct sides of the covers per adhesive package instructions. Allow to cool for 3-5 minutes.

5—Flip covers over and iron down the remaining fabric to the back of the covers creating neat tucked in edges. Allow to cool 3-5 minutes.

6—Lift up the edge of the binding tape, run a line of superglue on down the back and attach to the page beneath it. Then add lines of superglue along the perimeter of the journal including on the binding tape. Apply stick glue in the middle of the page. Then carefully place on the fabric-covered cover and press down. Allow to dry for 5-10 minutes.
7—Repeat steps 5 and 6 with the remaining cover and allow to dry overnight.

Cost of project under $10.
Supplies: What they are and where I bought them.
Pen+Gear’s Lay Flat Journal: Available at Wal-Mart of for under $5.
Fat Quarters: are taken from one yard of fabric,cut in half lengthwise, and then in half width-wise and are approximately 18" x 22". I bought mine from Wal-Mart for 97cents. You can also find them on Amazon, Etsy, or your local fabric/craft shop.
Heat ‘n Bond Ultrahold Iron-on Adhesive: I had this left over from a Renaissance outfit I’m working on and I probably pick it up at Wal-Mart or my local craft store. It’s available in most stores that have a craft department and runs under $3. Because the fabric is being attached to cardboard, it’s important to use the Ultrahold that comes in the red package because it’s a fixed bond.
Sticky Thumb 2-Way Glue Pen: I bought this during the Summer for a foil project and ended up liking the way the glue pen worked and the fact it can be used on just about any surface. It has a wide tip and a 2-way bond: permanent with wet/white or repositionable when sticky/clear. The tip is also reversible, which is another plus. I purchased it at Pat Catan’s for around $5.
  What type of planner do you use? 

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

HoHoHo Readathon Goal and Progress Post

HoHoHo Readathon
The HoHoHo Readathon hosted by Kimberly @ The Caffeinated Reviewer kicks off today and I’m super excited to be joining in on the fun! It’s runs until November 15th and it’s a fun way to binge read holiday/wintery reads, meet new blogger/bookish people, participate in challenges, and win prizes. Sounds lovely, right?!
I have a pot of hot tea sitting on the stand and stack of books at the ready. I’m hoping to finish at least four full-length books and a few e-novella. We shall see how it goes.
I’ll be posting my progress on here as well as on my Instagram account, @simplyangelarenee, so feel free to stop by there as well. 

My Progress:

Good luck and happy reading, if you’re joining in on the challenge!


Tuesday, November 7, 2017

A Fatal Collection by Mary Ellen Hughes

Callie Reed makes a long overdue visit to her aunt Melodie, who lives in a fairy-tale cottage in quaint Keepsake Cove, home to a bevy of unique collectible shops on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Just as they're beginning to reconnect, Callie discovers her aunt's body on the floor of her music box shop. Grief-stricken, Callie finds she can't accept Melodie's death being called accidental. How could her strong and healthy aunt take such a fatal fall? And why was she there in the middle of the night?


As Callie searches for the truth, signs seem to come from her late aunt through a favorite music box, urging Callie on. Or are they warnings? If Callie isn't careful, she could meet a similar deadly fate amid Melodie's collection.


Series: Keepsake Cove Mystery #1| Publisher: Midnight Ink | Release Date: 11/7/2017 | Genre: Cozy Mystery | Source: Publisher | Rating: 4.5 Cups

I have a feeling this series is going to be one of my favorites. It’s cozy, friendly, charming, and quirky with unique characters and a fictional town I would love to visit.
Here’s what’s going on. Needing to clear her head, Callie Reed decides it’s time to reconnect with her aunt Melodie. Although their reunion is cut short when Callie discovers her aunt dead on the floor of her music box shop. Callie’s left wondering if her aunt’s death was truly accidental and now that she’s inherited her aunt’s shop and cottage, she’s able to search for the answers while getting acquainted with her new neighbors.
What drew me to this book was how unique the setting was. Not only was it different, I just loved the idea of a town full of unique collectable shops and it reminds me of a little town I like to visit that’s street after street of antique and collectable shops.
As this is the start of a new series, the first half of the book focuses on setting up the town and the characters with the mystery in the background but, thankfully, it didn’t drag and it held my attention.
I really liked Callie. She has some stuff going on in her life that she’s working through then she’s hit with the death of her aunt. Now she has her hands full trying to run a music box shop, figuring out who murdered her aunt, and getting to know a potential love interest.
So, I had a feeling who the murderer was then I started to question my guess and I love a mystery that allows me to do that.
Overall, I really enjoyed this one. It had all the right elements that pulled me in and hooked me.

Friday, November 3, 2017

Must Love Kilts: A Time Travel Romance by Angela Quarles

A drunken bet....

When computer game designer Traci Campbell gets too close and personal with a bottle of Glenfiddich while vacationing in Scotland, she whisks her kilt-obsessed sister back to 1689 to prove hot guys in kilts are a myth. Hello, hundred bucks! But all bets are off when she meets Iain, the charming playboy in a to-die-for kilt.

Wrong place, wrong time, wrong name....

Iain MacCowan regularly falls in love at the drop of his kilt. The mysterious red-haired lass with the odd accent is no different. But when his new love is discovered to be a Campbell, the most distrusted name in the Highlands, his dalliance endangers his clan's rebellion against King William.

It's all hijinks in the Highlands until your sister disappears....

Traci thinks men are only good for one thing - thank you, Iain! - but when she awakens once again in Ye Olde Scotland and her sister is gone, she must depend on the last person she wants to spend more time with. He wants to win a heart, she wants to keep hers, but can these two realize they're meant for each other before the Jacobite rebellion pulls them apart?
Series: Must Love Series # 3| Publisher: | Narrator: Mary Jane Wells | Length: 8 hrs and 30 mins | Genre: Time Travel Romance | Source: Author | Ratings: 4 Cups 

A spunky game designer and an eighteenth-century Highlander? Oh, yes, please!! And thank you very much!
I am seriously loving this series! If you’ve finished the Outlander books or if you’re not able to watch series 3, then I highly recommend that you pick up a copy of this to get you through Droughtlander.
Here’s what’s going on. Blame it on the empty bottle of Glenfiddich. After a night getting acquainted with one of Scotland’s finest spirits, Traci is determined to prove to her sister that hot guys in kilts is just a myth so, thanks to the help of the magical calling card case, they travel back to 1689 Scotland. But there’s only one problem, Traci finds herself enamored with a sexy Highlander named Iain. And things go from bad to worse when she not only discovers that she somehow married the man but she’s also lost her sister somewhere along the way. Now not only does she have to prove that she’s not a spy for Clan Campbell, she has to try to ignore her feelings for Iain while searching for her sister.
This one was really fun. Hailing from Clan Campbell myself, I always enjoy when one of the characters is a Campbell.
I liked Traci. Having been dragged to every Highland Game around by her parents, it’s sort of gotten old to her and made her lose interest in all things Scottish. So when she has a chance to prove to her sister how wrong she is about the whole hunky-highlander-in-a-kilt thing, she jumps at the chance not realizing that her world’s about to be turned upside down.
I felt a bit bad for Iain. From boyhood he’s been treated like he was daft and he’s grown to believe that he’ll screw up whatever he sets his mind to doing. So he’s lacking confidence yet at the same time he wants to try to prove himself. There’s also this natural born leader quality to him that he’s ignored for so long he doesn’t believe he possesses it. Most of the time, I found myself rooting for Iain but there a few times I wanted to shake some sense into him.
The romance was interesting. There was attraction and sparks but they both had their reasons for fighting it and eventually they figured things out. But it did get a bit iffy from time to time.
There is a bit of alternate history in this one and, given that this is a time travel romance and the fabric of time has shifted a bit due to time travel, I was okay with it. It felt natural rather than something that came out of left field.
Overall, another great addition to a brilliant series. Each time I pick up a book in the Must Love series, I know I’m in for a treat.
 Must Love Series
3-Must Love Kilts


Thursday, November 2, 2017

The Right Kind of Rogue (Playful Brides #8) by Valerie Bowman

Viscount Hart Highgate has decided to put his rakish ways behind him and finally get married. He may adore a good brandy or a high-speed carriage race, but he takes his duties as heir to the earldom seriously. Now all he has to do is find the right kind of woman to be his bride―ideally, one who’s also well-connected and well-funded. . .

Meg Timmons has loved Hart, the brother of her best friend, ever since she was an awkward, blushing schoolgirl. If only she had a large dowry―or anything to her name at all. Instead, she’s from a family that’s been locked in a bitter feud with Hart’s for years. And now she’s approaching her third London season, Meg’s chances with him are slim to none. Unless a surprise encounter on a deep, dark night could be enough to spark a rebellious romance. . .for all time?

Series: Playful Brides #8| Publisher: St. Martin's |Genre:  Historical Romance| Source: Publisher | Rating: 3.5 Cups
A reluctant viscount, a love-struck wallflower, and a meddling matchmaker, what could go wrong?
Here’s what’s going on. Hart’s not thrilled with the notion of settling down, especially when there’s always a new carriage race to win, snifter of brandy to drink, or widow to dally with but he’s finally decided he must do what’s proper for an heir of an earldom. And that would be taking a wife, but not just any wife, one with connections and a dowry who isn’t out to trap him.
Meg’s loved Hart nearly all of her life and now that he’s announced his plans to find a wife, her hopes of him noticing her have been crushed. Not only is she poor as a church mouse, their parents are bitter enemies. Running out of time, Meg does the only thing she can think of and enlists the help of Lucy, Duchesses of Claringdon, who happens to be an expert meddler and matchmaker. Will Meg be able to ensnare Hart or will her circumstances condemn her to a life as a wallflower.
My first romance by Valerie Bowman and I’m addicted. I could not put it down and ended up finishing it in the wee hours of the morning.
One of my favorite historical romance tropes is the reformed rake so I was immediately drawn in because if ever there was a rake, it was Hart. While he was likable and charming, he had his moments of jackassery and there was a few times I so wanted to call him out and tell him to grow up and stop being a bloody wanker.
Oh, Meg, why couldn’t you have opened your mouth and speak your mind? I liked Meg, I did, but I also wanted to shake her on more than one occasion. Given her situation, I understand to a point why she was so timid but if she was willing to go to the length of getting Lucy and her matchmaking madness involved, then she needed to be willing to voice her feelings to all those involved.
The romance took more than a bit of work and it was definitely a slow-building one but the attraction was there. Hart had a lot of internal work to do on himself and Meg, dear Meg, needed to learn how to speak her mind. Honestly, so much drama could have been saved if Meg would have opened up. For being such a wanker at times, Hart was surprisingly open with Meg.
The conflict was actually interesting and came from several sources. However, while the major conflict did work, it could have been avoided if Meg had listened to Hart’s concerns and just played it straight instead of going about things Lucy’s way.
Overall, while I had a few annoyances, I found this one to highly entertaining and addictive. I cannot wait to read the previous books in the series.

Playful Brides Series
The Unexpected Duchess #1
The Accidental Countess #2 
The Unlikely Lady #3... 
The Irresistible Rogue #4 
The Unforgettable Hero #4.5
The Untamed Earl #5
The Legendary Lord #6
Never Trust a Pirate #7 
The Right Kind of Rogue #8
A Duke Like No Other #9 (Coming 2018)  


Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Ghost in the Wind by E.J Copperman

Never meet your heroes - especially when they're dead....
Guesthouse owner, single mother, and reluctant ghost whisperer Alison Kerby is about to sit down to movie night with her family and friends when she's struck speechless. Floating before her is the ghost of her musical idol, 1960s English rock star Vance McTiernan. He's in desperate need of help from Alison and her resident ghostly gumshoe, Paul Harrison.
Reports claim that four months ago, Vance's daughter died from a drug overdose. Vance, however, thinks she was murdered. While Alison agrees to help, Paul is suspicious of Vance's motives. But after the body of the alleged killer is found in the movie room, Alison and Paul must act quickly before someone else finds a stairway to heaven....
Series: Haunted Guesthouse # 7 | Publisher:  Audible Studios| Narrator: Amanda Ronconi | Length: 9 hrs and 4 mins | Genre: Contemporary Cozy Mystery | Source: Publisher | Ratings: 3.5 Cups  

Alison’s always been a reluctant detective but she goes along with Paul, her resident private investigator ghost, in order for him to participate in their daily spook show. Although when her rock star idol Vance McTiernan appears floating before her wanting to find his daughter’s killer, Alison suddenly becomes one very eager P.I. even though Paul has voiced his suspicions of Vance. With Alison and Paul at odds Vance’s motives, she has no choice but to wing this investigation on her own. Yet when her prime suspect is murdered in her movie room, she and Paul mend fences in order to stop a killer.
So, I spent a great deal of this book not liking Alison. Because her new client is her music idol, her personality does a 180 and she ends up turning on everyone, including Paul, and she refuses to listen to anyone. I’m not fan of this type of behavior. Thankfully, she does redeem herself but it was almost too late.
The mystery was solid and it wasn’t as easy to figure out as some of them. I do enjoy a puzzling mystery. There’s some red herrings thrown in and I was actually pretty convinced one of them was the killer and a bit shocked when I was proved wrong. There’s also a small secondary mystery that plays out—it was obvious to me from the start, but it was still an interesting addition to the book.
Once again, Amanda Ronconi’s narration shines. If you haven’t checked her out, please do so.
Overall, while Alison wasn’t my favorite, the secondary characters were still amazing and the mystery was outstanding.

Haunted Guesthouse Series

Ghost in the Wind



Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Waiting on Wednesday #68 : The Storm King by Brendan Duffy

Publisher: Ballantine Books Release Date: February 6, 2018 Why it’s my WoW: Once again, it was the cover the grabbed me and the synopsis that pulled me in. I’m always looking for an enthralling thriller and this one sounds like it might be my cuppa tea.  
Burying the past only gives it strength—and fury.
 Nate McHale has assembled the kind of life most people would envy. After a tumultuous youth marked by his inexplicable survival of a devastating tragedy, Nate left his Adirondack hometown of Greystone Lake and never looked back.  Fourteen years later, he’s become a respected New York City surgeon, devoted husband, and loving father.
 Then a body is discovered deep in the forests that surround Greystone Lake.
 This disturbing news finally draws Nate home. While navigating a tense landscape of secrets and suspicion, resentments and guilt, Nate reconnects with estranged friends and old enemies, and encounters strangers who seem to know impossible things about him. Haunting every moment is the Lake’s  sinister history and the memory of wild, beautiful Lucy Bennett, with whom Nate is forever linked by shattering loss and youthful passion.
 As a massive hurricane bears down on the Northeast, the air becomes electric, the clouds grow dark, and escalating acts of violence echo events from Nate’s own past. Without a doubt, a reckoning is coming—one that will lay bare the lies that lifelong friends have told themselves and unleash a vengeance that may consume them all.

What are you lovelies waiting on?


Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Waiting on Wednesday #67: The Darkling Bride by Laura Andersen

Release Date: April 17, 2018
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Why it’s my WoW: The cover caught my eye with it’s broody looking castle but the synopsis grabbed my attention. Now I’m itching to discover what secrets Deeprath Castle holds.

The Gallagher family has called Deeprath Castle home for seven hundred years. Nestled in the Wicklow Mountains of Ireland, the estate is now slated to become a public trust, and book lover and scholar Carragh Ryan is hired to take inventory of its historic library. But after meeting Aidan, the current Viscount Gallagher, and his enigmatic family, Carragh knows that her task will be more challenging than she’d thought.

 Two decades before, Aidan’s parents died violently at Deeprath. The case, which was never closed, has recently been taken up by a new detective determined to find the truth. The couple’s unusual deaths harken back a century, when twenty-three-year-old Lady Jenny Gallagher also died at Deeprath under mysterious circumstances, leaving behind an infant son and her husband, a renowned writer who never published again. These incidents only fueled fantastical theories about the Darkling Bride, a local legend of a sultry and dangerous woman from long ago whose wrath continues to haunt the castle.

 The past catches up to the present, and odd clues in the house soon have Carragh wondering if there are unseen forces stalking the Gallagher family. As secrets emerge from the shadows and Carragh gets closer to answers—and to Aidan—could she be the Darkling Bride’s next victim?
What are you lovelies waiting on?


Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Waiting on Wednesday #66: Seducing the Defendant by Chantal Fernando

Release Date: November 14, 2017
Publisher: Gallery Books
Why it’s my WoW: Not only am I massively addicted to Chantal Fernando’s writing, since devouring Breaching the Contract (my review), I’ve been eager to know more about what Jaxon’s been up to and there’s promise of something Wind Dragon’s MC related! Yay!

Jaxon Bentley is a hardnosed criminal lawyer whose entire life revolves around his work. He’s been asked to represent Scarlett Reyes, a woman accused of murdering her police officer husband in cold blood. All the evidence points to Scarlett being guilty and Jaxon is sure it’s an open and shut case.

But when he meets his client, he can’t help but feel that she’s innocent and that there’s more to the story than meets the eye. With a bit of digging, he uncovers a connection to the notorious Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club and realizes that Scarlett’s case is a complicated and difficult one. It certainly doesn’t help that the two share an immediate and passionate attraction. Will Jaxon be able to prove Scarlett’s innocence or are the two doomed to fail both in court and as a couple?

What are you lovelies waiting on?


Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Escape to You by Jennifer Ryan

He discovered her during a Montana blizzard, freezing cold, impossibly vulnerable, a little boy by her side. Undercover DEA Agent Beck “Trigger” Cooke is astonished to recognize Ashley Swan—award-winning actress, famous beauty—and missing for over a year. To keep her and the child hidden from a sadistic madman, he secrets the pair away to his isolated home.

No longer a prisoner, and protected at Hope Ranch, Ashley recovers and learns the tall, tempting federal agent may have a dark past, but it hasn’t destroyed his sense of honor.

As they shed past roles and find common ground, Ashley and Trigger can’t help but fall slowly, carefully, in love. But danger still lurks outside the boundaries of Hope Ranch, for until her crazed captor is brought to justice, and Trigger’s undercover past is laid to rest, none of them will ever be truly safe…
Series: Montana Heat #1| Publisher: Avon | Genre: Contemporary Romance/Suspense | Source: Publisher | Rating: 4.5 Cups

This one was dark and intense yet it was filled with so much hope, love, passion, and healing
So, Beck’s been an undercover DEA agent for so long—and he’s done some dirty deeds in the process—that he doesn’t know where he starts and Trigger begins. He’s wounded, weary, and his soul is in need of repair. He’s definitely damaged and he’s not sure if he can be saved but when he discovers Ashley clinging to life with a little boy guarding her, he knows that, despite what he’s going through, he has to save her and Adam.
Ashley was held captive for a year by a sadistic madman she once thought of as a friend so she’s been through hell and back but she never gave up hope. She’s determined and a fighter. She’s a bit leery of Beck, even though he rescued her, but she also sees the wounded man inside of him that needs healing and she’s able to connect with him on the level.
There an amazing chemistry between Ashley and Beck but there’s also this amazing bond. They’ve both been through harrowing ordeals, they needed each other to be able to heal and it was such an amazing process. The romance felt real and not rushed.
So, this was an intense read. The things Ashley went through was horrifying and the mindset of the madman was intense—I was never sure what he was going to do next—, plus Beck has his own things going on so, while this was an amazing read, it was one that I had to take a breather from every now and again.
Overall, this was an outstanding read. It was so full of intense emotion. This is by far the best book from Jennifer Ryan that I’ve read. I’m eager to see what comes next in the Montana Heat series.


Montana Heat Series
Protected by Love #0.5 
Escape to You



Monday, October 9, 2017

From Scotland with Love by Kelli Ireland

After her boyfriend runs off to a Buddhist monastery, Molly is stuck with an extra ticket for a bed-and-breakfast trip through the Scottish Highlands. Not wanting to waste the fare, she sells it in an online auction...where it's bought by a man from her past. Now she's stuck rooming with the guy who broke her heart - someone she's never been able to forget.
When Alex arrives in Scotland and discovers that he unknowingly purchased a romantic getaway with his ex-girlfriend, he knows he should walk away. Spending two weeks at a bed-and-breakfast in the Scottish Highlands with his beautiful, spirited ex is a terrible idea. He came to Scotland with one goal in mind - to win an elite photojournalism competition - and Molly is a distraction he can't afford.
But as the stunning Scottish Highlands weaves its magic, Alex's and Molly's hearts begin to open once again. Can they let go of their past for the second shot of a lifetime?
Publisher: Audible Studios | Narrator: Ava Erickson | Length: 5 hrs and 40 mins | Genre: Contemporary Romance | Source: Publisher | Ratings: 3.5 Cups

A funny and heartfelt second chance romance set in Scotland? Yes, please, and thank you!
Here’s what’s going on. When Molly’s boyfriend up and sells off the contents of their flat, dons a curtain panel and runs off to become a monk, Molly is desperate to find someone willing to buy the other half of her trip to the Scottish Highlands. So desperate, in fact, she sells the other half of her trip on an online auction. And because the universe has a wicked sense of humor, it’s purchased by Alex, the guy who broke her heart.
While Alex isn’t thrilled to learn he’s going to be spending the next two weeks with his ex-girlfriend, he doesn’t really have a choice. He needs to win the photojournalism competition and to do so he’s going to have to convince Molly to partner with him. The problem is, he professionally betrayed her in the past and ended up breaking her heart in the process. If he could convince her that he’s a changed man who regrets what he did maybe he’ll have another shot both professionally and personally.
Okay, so the title of this one grabbed me but I nearly passed over it because both characters are journalist/photojournalist and I normally can’t get behind characters with that profession but I’m so glad I gave this one a go.
I really liked both Molly and Alex. They are both these amazing people who are better together rather than apart. Alex did do a very wanker-ish thing in the past but he’s truly regretful and has since changed his ways. He’s a good guy who made a bad choice. Molly’s career imploded after the fallout with Alex but she’s doing her best to claw her way back up and still has a fiery passion that hasn’t been extinguished. While she’s leery of letting Alex back in, she doesn’t throw the past up in his face.
The romance between Molly and Alex was so believable. The chemistry and attraction was still there but there was also an air of caution. One of the things that sold me on this one was the fact that rather than having them falling back into bed, they took their time getting to know—and trust—each other again.
While this one definitely had all the feels, it had amazing humor in it. I found myself cracking up several times as Molly got herself into some funny situations.
Another thing that I loved about this one was the secondary characters. They brought the Scottish Highlands to life and added an extra something to this book.
I did have a bit of a problem with this one near the end. Something happens with Alex and I was a little put off by Molly’s actions—or lack thereof. I just found the way she handled it odd. I think someone in that situation would do more to find out what happened.
This was my first time listening to Ava Erickson and she took a bit of getting used to. She’s a bit robotic at the start. I’m not sure if she evened out as the story progressed or if I just got used to the robotic style. There was also a bit of a problem with her Scottish accent—it came off more Irish, which was a bit of a letdown. She wasn’t one of my favorite narrators but I was able to get through the story, which was good seeing as this one is only available as an audiobook at the moment.
Overall, this one was such a fun story. It’s a bit short—and it goes by in the blink of an eye—but it was a worthy listen with the right amount of heat, fluff, heart, and humor that had me smiling.
Do you like audiobooks?