Relationship Status by K.A. Mitchell.

This is the 3rd book in the Ethan and Wyatt  series, about a young couple who meet at University. I really like these new adult books and was eager to read this final volume. The first two dealt with their initial meeting and both of the characters learning to trust and love. This final books is more about adulting and learning to live together.

As always, K.A. Mitchell, writes sweet, angsty and hot relationships that are realistic and enjoyable. This latest installment was great final chapter in their romance and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I did find myself a little on edge initially as I kept thinking something truly horrendous was going to happen, but it didn’t eventuate and I felt the 2nd half of the book was stronger as a result. Lots of learning, compromise and growing up.

A great read and a lovely final book.

4 Stars
Goodreads
Amazon

A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher. 

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Trustworthy by Astrid Amara

This is the second book in the sci-fi  Policy of Lies series and is a solid follow up. Ivo and Mack were involved when they were younger, but they’re separated after a battle with rebel forces. Years later Ivo, with no memory of his past, ends up taking Mack prisoner and the reunion begins.

It is definitely not all hearts and flowers and our heroes are certainly made to work for their happily ever. They’re on opposing sides of a corporation war and this becomes more apparent with a few surprising admissions from Mack. I enjoyed the world building, which was pretty dark and oppressive. There was plenty of snarky tension between the leads and it was super hot. Ivo has a unique and refreshing voice, despite his memory loss and I just adored Mack.

This was definitely enjoyable, but it felt a little short. If anything,  I wanted a little more from the novel, longer maybe and more depth. Good read and I recommend you check out A Policy of Lies. 

A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher.
4 Stars
Goodreads
Amazon
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March Wrap Up.

This has been a good reading month, with my favorite being Shadows Seduction and some more good stuff from Carina Press.

Shadows Seduction by Kresley Cole 4 stars. A good read, I am hoping for more.
King’s Captive by Amber A. Bardan 4 stars. Crazy sauce, but entertaining.
The Hating Game by Sally Thorne. 5 stars. A re read, still a delight. Cannot wait for more.
Single Malt by Layla Reyne . 4 stars. Interesting start to a new series.
Off Base by Annabeth Albert 4 stars. I liked this start to the series. Military romance.
The Unleashing by Shelly Laurenston. 4 stars. Liked it. Such a great urban fantasy. Women with agency. And dogs.
The Undoing by Shelly Laurenston. 4 stars. Liked it.
Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs. 4 stars. Mercy in France.
Promised Land by Adam Reynolds and by Chaz Harris, Christine Luiten (Illustrator), Bo Moore (Illustrator). 5 stars. Loved this. More kids books like this I reckon!
Goodbye Paradise by Sarina Bowen. 4 stars. Great start to the series.
Winter by Marissa Meyer. 3 stars. Long book was long.
Here Kitty, Kitty! by Shelly Laurenston. Re read of older 5 star book. Needed some hillbilly cats.

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