Review: The Fortunate Ones by R.S. Grey

The Fortunate Ones is a standalone romantic comedy by R.S. Grey. This review will be spoiler-free. At Twin Oaks Country Club, there are the fortunate ones, and then there are the rest of us: the waiters, the caddies, the valets, and in my case, the cabana girls. Most days, I’m poolside in a pleated skirt,... Continue Reading →

Review: Scoring Wilder by R.S. Grey

Scoring Wilder is a standalone romantic comedy by R.S. Grey. This review will be spoiler-free. With Olympic tryouts on the horizon, the last thing nineteen-year-old Kinsley Bryant needs to add to her plate is Liam Wilder. He's a professional soccer player, America's favorite bad-boy, and has all the qualities of a skilled panty-dropper. • A... Continue Reading →

Review: Behind His Lens by R.S. Grey

Behind His Lens is a contemporary romance by R.S. Grey. This review will be spoiler-free. (Other than the trigger warning.) Twenty-three year old model Charley Whitlock built a quiet life for herself after disaster struck four years ago. She hides beneath her beautiful mask, never revealing her true self to the world... until she comes... Continue Reading →

Review: The Design by R.S. Grey

The Design is the second book in the A Heart duology but R.S. Grey. This review will be spoiler-free. Five minutes until the interview begins. Fresh on the heels of her college graduation, Cameron Heart has landed an interview at a prestigious architecture firm. Four minutes until the interview. She knows she’s only there because the owner,... Continue Reading →

Review: The Duet by R.S. Grey

The Duet is the first book in the A Heart duology by R.S. Grey. This review is spoiler-free. When 27-year-old pop sensation Brooklyn Heart steps in front of a microphone, her love songs enchant audiences worldwide. But when it comes to her own love life, the only spell she's under is a dry one. So... Continue Reading →

Review: Chasing Spring by R.S. Grey

Chasing Spring is a standalone romance by R.S. Grey. This review will be spoiler-free. I thought I'd left Blackwater, Texas behind for good. I didn't belong in the small town, but my dad wouldn't listen. He dragged me back home in his beat-up truck and dropped a bomb along the way: Chase Matthews was moving... Continue Reading →

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