Category Archives: Penelope Douglas

Blossoms & Flutters: Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas

Categories: 5 butterflies, Blossoms & Flutters, contemporary, fluttering thoughts, forbidden love, hot romance, May/December, new adult, Penelope Douglas, Rissa, romance, ROMR
Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas Published April 17th 2018 by Penelope Douglas LLC Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance Source: own copy In a Flutter: Sexy and Sweet!! From New York Times Bestselling author Penelope Douglas comes a new forbidden love story… JORDAN He took me in when I had nowhere else to go. He doesn’t use me, hurt me, or forget about me. He doesn’t treat me like I’m nothing, take me for granted, or make me feel unsafe. He remembers me, laughs with me, and looks at me. He listens to me, protects me, and Read more [...]

Blossoms & Flutters: Hideaway by Penelope Douglas

Categories: 5 butterflies, Blossoms & Flutters, contemporary, dark, Devil's Night series, fluttering thoughts, hot romance, new adult, Penelope Douglas, Rissa, romance, romantic suspense, ROMR, suspense
Hideaway (Devil's Night #2) By Penelope Douglas Editions: ebook, paperback Published: October 1st 2017 Genre: New Adult Dark Romantic Suspense Source: own copy In a Flutter: Believing in your own self-worth! BANKS Buried in the shadows of the city, there’s a hotel called The Pope. Ailing, empty, and dark—it sits abandoned and surrounded by a forgotten mystery. But you think it’s true, don’t you, Kai Mori? The story about the hidden twelfth floor. The mystery of the dark guest who never checked in and never checks out. Read more [...]

Blossoms & Flutters: Punk 57 by Penelope Douglas

Categories: 5 butterflies, Blossoms & Flutters, contemporary, friends to lovers, hot romance, new adult, Penelope Douglas, review, Rissa, romance, ROMR
Punk 57 By Penelope Douglas Editions: ebook, paperback Published: October 21st 2016 Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance Source: own copy In a Flutter: Not being afraid to be the real you! “We were perfect together. Until we met.” Misha I can’t help but smile at the words in her letter. She misses me. In fifth grade, my teacher set us up with pen pals from a different school. Thinking I was a girl, with a name like Misha, the other teacher paired me up with her student, Ryen. My teacher, believing Ryen was a boy like Read more [...]