Sunday KU Spotlight by KUBR + OCA

Hey, KUbbies and Addicts! Welcome back to the Sunday KU Spotlight by KUBR + One-Click Addict!  Here are two new great new books to add to your TBR today!


He was under my skin, and I didn’t think there was anything I could do about it.

sunshine-rainHe is mostly definitely under my skin—he being the ‘Fuck-hot Farmer’, Rhett Caraway. Good grief, it’s been a while since I have felt this…flush with happiness after finishing a book, but that’s what Sunshine and Rain (City Limits Book 2) has done to me. I’m alight with good feels and fluttering butterflies. My heart is racing in the BEST possible way. I can’t stop smiling—even hours after finishing. Sunny + Rhett are the stuff fairytales and dreams are made of, and this book—the second in a series, but a complete standalone—is… *flails* …so freakin’ good, I just want to make you all read it.


Okay, I know that’s a little drastic, but I adore a HEA complete with swoony moments, sweet gestures and a love that develops so naturally, yet so perfectly, you can’t help but fall along with the characters. And that’s what I got here. I fell completely and utterly in love with Sunny + Rhett, while wanting to shiver and shake and do some kind of weird jig of joy because of all the moments.

You know what I mean, right? Those moments that are pivotal to the story, that make you wish you could just fall into the book and live it. And lord, I wish I could live this story. Rhett’s long-standing, if innocent, crush on Sunny was so cute and so sweet, and added another layer to the slow-burn that flamed to life and set my heart (and, let’s be honest, my panties) on fire. And I want that.

I want it so much. The blurb says it’s Low on Drama. High on Love and it’s right. It is so high on love and bliss and heat and fun and ugh, I CAN’T EVEN RIGHT NOW, I HAVE TO FINISH THIS REVIEW BECAUSE AHHHHH…FEELS.

“I wanted to kiss you last night and all day today.”
He ran his fingers over my hair as I pulled back to look at him, my confession making my cheeks flush hot.
“I’ve wanted to kiss you my whole damn life. I win.”


I came across Raging Heart On (Lucas Brothers Book 2) by Jordan Marie last week and it looked cute. A friends-to-lovers story is a trope I love and I was in the mood for something lighthearted. I read a lot of books that I don’t review and I have to admit that I thought this was going to be one of them. Oh, I was so wrong.

rhoA lot of friends-to-lovers stories are predictable and even though I love them, there are often moments when I think that they’re fairly unrealistic in how they “all of a sudden” see each other in a romantic way and THAT is what inspired me to write this review. Ms. Marie gives us the perfect amount of insight and internal dialogue to show us in a truly realistic way how one could go from friends for so many years and then find that there’s an attraction. It felt real and believable. And it had the sweetest build. There was this perfect awareness of the growth of those feelings, the new experiences and the blindness of the past.

Raging Heart On is the story of White + Kayla. Best friends since their teens, the story begins with Kayla engaged to another man – not because she’s in love, but because she wants to start a family. I don’t want to take away a moment of their journey by giving away anything, so I’ll just say that the backstory and cast of characters was way more than I anticipated going in. It’s a really sweet, hot, fun, twisty read. Raging Heart On is the second book in the Lucas Brothers series. White’s family is large and colorful {you’ll get that pun when you read RHO} and I can’t wait to read The Perfect Stroke (Lucas Brothers Book 1), Gray + CC’s story, as well as future books in the series. On a side note, if you’re a fan of Sarah O’Rourke and her Passion in Paradise series like I am, I think you’ll love the Lucas family.

As of 12.04.16, Sunshine and Rain and Raging Heart On are available on Kindle Unlimited.

About Beth Cranford | KUBR

Book Reviewer. Wife. Mother. Crazy Person. Australian.

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