Book Review: Husband Material (London Calling #2) by Alexis Hall

Read my review of the first book in the London Calling series, Boyfriend Material The structural premise of this book, four weddings and a funeral, is spelled out in the blurb. Between that setup, genre expectations over how a second story about an established relationship will play out, and the title itself, we go inContinue reading “Book Review: Husband Material (London Calling #2) by Alexis Hall”

Book Review: Something Fabulous by Alexis Hall

This book isn’t usually the Regency romance we get, but it is absolutely one we deserve. I giggled so much while reading this delightful story that the spouse thought I was losing my mind. As usual, Hall’s excellent use of language in both the narrative and dialogue of this tale elevated it from potential massiveContinue reading “Book Review: Something Fabulous by Alexis Hall”

Book Review: Spires Series by Alexis Hall

This post includes reviews of books in the Spires series: Glitterland (#1) Waiting for the Flood (#2) For Real (#3) Glitterland (Spires #1) There’s a difference between being mentally ill and being an asshole, but it’s still entirely possible to be both. By the time I was a third of the way through the book,Continue reading “Book Review: Spires Series by Alexis Hall”

Review: Arden St. Ives Series by Alexis Hall

How to Bang a Billionaire (Book 1) Young billionaire connects with college student (or is it the other way around?), and they develop a relationship that relies more on physical chemistry than romantic gestures. Despite the sexy moments of this story, the main draw for powering through this book is Hall’s elegant writing and theContinue reading “Review: Arden St. Ives Series by Alexis Hall”

Review: Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall

Snarkiness, terrible jokes, and a dose of anxiety are how I fit myself into this crazy world, so it should come as no surprise that I fell in love with the character of Luc at once. Even better, so much of Oliver’s personality is shown through the text, even in a story from Luc’s pointContinue reading “Review: Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall”