I will read anything I can get my hands on. Seriously.
Most books I read are reviewed for Harlequin Junkie, but I'll have an occasional independent or author requested review that I'll post.
When We Met is a story I’ve been waiting for so I could get to know both Taryn and Angel better. They seemed like intriguing characters in the snippets we’ve seen in other books and now that I’ve read their story, there’s even more to them than meets the eye.
“Of course I want you, Taryn. I’m breathing, aren’t I? Because it would take being dead to not want you.”
I know I say this every time I write a Fool’s Gold review, but there is just something special in Susan Mallery’s writing and characters that brings me back, book after book. It’s my literary equivalent of comfort food. The town kind of feels like home at this point, considering we’re thirteen novels in. But the characters still seem fresh and vibrant, never losing their sense of humor or charm. The mayor is still her meddling self, Eddie and Gladys are looking for half-naked guys to drool over (lol), and the festivals keep things upbeat every month. Thankfully, we still get glimpses into the other couples lives as well, keeping us current on what’s going on with them all.
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