Next, I worked my way backwards with her books and read The Husband’s Secret (which was written before the one above), and liked it more. February Goal: Sure…I read three books this month (four if you count the first Fifty Shade book twice), but not one included development. March Goal: Only focused on one book this month, which was for pleasure, and no development book I could commit to fully to read the whole thing.
Dirty Girl by Meghan March and Dirty Love (a romance duet) were announced and are coming soon. Truly Madly Guilty by Lianne Moriarty (author of Big Little Lies and The Husband’s Secret) now has a blurb! By the way, the site looks different on mobile devices and computers so be sure to check it out on both. Sometimes you just need a book that’ll make you laugh, swoon, and escape away into a fun romance and Dirty was exactly that!
Kristen Ashley is one of my all-time favorite authors, and she’s also the queen of Alpha male romance.
The Husband’s Secret is an exciting new book from Liane Moriarty, author of What Alice Forgot (which I LOVED). Cecilia Fitzpatrick has achieved it all—she’s an incredibly successful businesswoman, a pillar of her small community, and a devoted wife and mother. The #1 "New York Times" Bestseller One of the Best Books of the Year "Entertainment Weekly"One of theTop Ten Books of the Year "People"magazine It's a knowing, touching, and entertaining page-turner. It really resonated with me and gave me a fresh perspective on the whole scientific side of the nutrition field…especially since I’m fresh out of university (~6 months), which focuses on that perspective and draws from it heavily! I admit that I’m glad I discovered her (finally) because she makes reading books for pleasure really enjoyable. I found some parts of the story lines very similar between the two books (moms with the focus on their children in school), but this book was definitely written different. The only book I managed to squeeze in was We Were Liars, which is actually kind of ironic that I only read it and none others because I read it in one day flat when I went back home to Canada.
This month, I wanted to get back on track with the developmental side and had requested The Talent Code from the library, which showed up at my door new into the month (seriously love the home delivery service the library has!), and just when I needed it! I had requested yet another book from the library and close to finishing the above book, it decided to also show up at my door. I already have a personal and a pleasure book picked out for May, and I’m excited for both. This is the first book in the complete Dirty Billionaire Trilogy — “I’ve got a big dick and an even bigger bank account… Do I sound like an asshole to you? I read an early copy and was blown away so I just wanted to sneak the link into this list again to remind you to pre-order a copy! With Kylie Scott’s signature light-hearted style, this book was the perfect pick-me-up after a long week! Gideon and Eva’s tumultuous and intensely passionate love story first captured my heart years ago and this book kept me glued to the page from the moment I started until the very end. Imagine, too, that the letter contains his deepest, darkest secret—something with the potential to destroy not just the life you built together, but the lives of others as well.

I made it a goal to read at least two books a month; one being for pleasure, and one being for development (whether it be a nutrition, self-help or personal). Thus, I started on the quest to detach from technology (it’s not like I was really being effective on the computer all the time anyways), and go old school with a book in hand. I liked being given an alternate view, and additional information to consider the next time I read about studies being done.
With the movie being released this month, it sparked my interest to just read the books to get them over with and be in the known.
There were definitely plenty of other days to get some reading done (as in almost a full month’s worth), but I never fully committed to any other books besides this one.
Sustained (a standalone full novel) was one of my favorite books of 2015 and Sidebarred had the heart-warming feels you can imagine packed into a gorgeous novella about the same couple. So, I’ve launched the new blog design now so that you guys can get used to it, and in a couple weeks, I’ll be launching the special new feature which I am SO EXCITED ABOUT!! Before, I used to pin the latest weekly list to the top of the blog, but now there are just fixed sub-categories (you’ll easily see them if you scroll down) that will always be kept updated with the latest new books, sales, upcoming releases, and recommendations.
I first fell in love with her writing with her Stage Dive series (rock star romances) so when I heard about her new series, I couldn’t resist diving right in (hehe, no pun intended) and it was such a fun romance!!! It’s extraordinarily gratifying to see these two damaged people who love each other more than anything working as hard as they can to make a healthy relationship work and emerging stronger as a couple in a way that makes you truly BELIEVE that their love will last forever and ever and ever.
I’ve been meaning to read one of this author’s books for ages so when she announced this one, I couldn’t resist and… HOLY FEELS!! Imagine, then, that you stumble across that letter while your husband is still very much alive. But that letter is about to change everything, and not just for her: Rachel and Tess barely know Cecilia—or each other—but they too are about to feel the earth-shattering repercussions of her husband’s secret. Anne Lamott ""The Husband's Secret" is so good, you won't be able to keep it to yourself." "USA Today" Shocking, complex and thought-provoking, this is a story reading groups will devour. Obviously the main aspect of the book is the husband’s secret (duh!), but I was really interested in knowing how the connections between the characters filled in…along with the secret. I could have really done without the BDSM side of the book, but the hopeless romantic in me got hooked into the romantic, can’t-live-without-you storyline of it. I actually had started Linchpin, but didn’t get into it enough to make it through the whole thing. So much that the husband is reading it now as well, and I wouldn’t argue with reading it a second time through. Other than that, it’s about a 30-something girl who never escaped her hometown of Walker, Texas, who lives and breathes football. She tries to make the pictures disappear, then a guy she barely knows rises to her defense… He’s the last person she needs in her life.
This will make it very easy for you to come to the blog and always find a quick and easy (constantly updated) recap of the latest book fun!
This was the ultimate feel-good, fun, sexy, light-hearted romance that had me laughing, swooooooooning, smiling, and falling in love the whole way through!!
I went from swooning in love to literally shaking with anger to shedding tears and back to swooning.

A knockout " Emily Giffin, "New York Times" bestselling author Emotionally astute, immensely smart, and as cinematically plotted as any Tom Perrotta Novel destined for critical accolades and a big-screen adaptation. I think the author is a brilliant writer, which lead me to continue on and read Fifty Shades Darker and then Fifty Shades Freed. She thinks she’s newly pregnant, happily married, and just moving into her new house, when in reality, she has three kids, miserable, and on the brink of divorce.
She wouldn’t tell me her name or her number when she disappeared from the hotel room after the hottest fucking night of my life… So what’s an asshole to do? It had all thing things so many of us romance readers love: family, babies, parenting, and a massive epilogue with every single detail you could ever possibly wish for… I LOVED IT!!! Then turned HOT and HEART-WARMING, right before a huge TWIST that brought all the ANGST and FEELS!! Her compelling characters could be your friends and neighbors, nice and neurotic in equal doses. Honestly (and spoiler alert), the BDSM dies down by the second and third book, which was a relief (the sex scenes all jumbled together and don’t compare to the other happenings), and the plot lines get really good. It’s a neat concept, and I loved reading, just waiting for her memory to come back and what it would change.
It still was really good though, but kind of disappointed how it ended – I wanted it to end a different way.
I can’t say that this book was a favorite read for me, but I still read it nonetheless. It tackles, with stunning insight, topics such as marriage, divorce, love, loss, family… and at the story’s heart is the overwhelmingly powerful depth of a father’s devotion to his children. She waited and waited but he never showed and she didn’t hear from him again for the next seven years. The banter was fantastic, the romance was gorgeous, and I even cried happy tears in the epilogue (I love letters!!!).
Amid three intertwined story lines and terrific plot twists, Moriarty presents a nuanced and moving portrait of the meaning of love, both marital and familial, and how life can hinge on a misunderstanding or a decision made in haste.
Imagine, too, that the letter contains his deepest, darkest secret something with the potential to destroy not just the life you built together, but the lives of others as well.
The Husband's Secret is so good, you won't be able to keep it to yourself." —USA Today “Reading groups rejoice. I’m actually considering reading the second book again because it was my favourite of the three. Imagine, then, that you stumble across that letter while your husband is still very much alive.

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