Breathless by Sarah Sanders

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Short, sweet and sexy – we loved this book. Lara is a movie star whose career has crashed and burnt. She is in the throes o...

Jump Then Fall by Sarah Sanders


An unabashed, unapologetic romance with lots and lots of sizzling, superhot sex. Yummy!

Ika and Ree work in a multinational organisation and meet in an office getaway. Neither knows who the other is but are drawn to each other.

We don’t want to write more about the storyline because it is so worth a read. The chemistry between the two MCs is outstanding. The author reveals the personalities of each of the two via dialogues instead of telling and describing them too much.

There are a large number of excellent sex scenes each one helping in developing the relationship. This one is all about relationship development and the beautiful handling of different personalities by partners in a relationship.

It is interesting to see how the author deals with age-gap, body image and difficulties in emotional intimacy. Without making it the focus of the romance swimming along breezily (with a lot of sexy times), the author brings up and deals with the more serious issues of a relationship with sensitivty, love and tenderness.

The book has our favourite tropes: insta-love and an aggressive, dominant, femme bottom.

Definitely recommended. 


Ride the Wave by Natasha West


Natalie Silver works in a PR company. She is offered a promotion but passes it. The company brings in Eden Tyler in the position. Eden is gorgeous, charismatic and popular. She also constantly pleasant and respectful of Natalie. All these things become reasons for Natalie to hate her and freeze her constantly despite Eden’s best efforts to connect with Natalie.

Natalie’s well-meaning sister has booked her on a lesbian singles’ cruise in a misguided attempt to get love into Natalie’s life. On the cruise, Natalie is shocked to find Eden also there. Surrounded by a group of quirky characters, there is push and pull between Natalie and Eden till they finally confess their feelings for each other.

In the beginning, Natalie and Eden are written with depth describing the fifty shades of messed-up that each one is. However, the book quickly devolves into a romcom without really exploring their internal landscapes or creating a safe, healing place for each one in the love that they find in the other. It becomes and remains superficial. So though the book entertains, it doesn’t satisfy.

PS: For the record, we liked Eden quite a bit.


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