I love when I get to read a book that once I’m done my soul does a happy dance for a while. This book was everything I didn’t even know I was looking for. This author in my opinion brought everything needed for an amazing story. The storyline was fast paced, fun and I laughed so much. The characters are the kind that you want them as real life every day friends. The banter between them will keep you entertained for hours. I can’t wait for more in this series. Five of the biggest stars I can give and highly recommended!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Katie Kearneyhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngKatie Kearney2023-03-21 19:41:202023-03-22 09:25:52Ale’s Fair in Love and War by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Katie Kearney
I read this book in two days, hard with 3 kids but enjoyed reading it so much that I could not put it down. It’s a hate to love romance and the first one in the series. Cash and Hollis are next door rivals and play pranks on each other. It’s very entertaining to see how they interact and how the story unfolds. I can’t wait for the next book. My new favorite series.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Kristinehttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngKristine2023-03-21 08:41:192023-03-21 12:47:18Ale’s Fair in Love and War by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Kristine Solano-Witucky
This book had me laughing from the get go at the antics of Cash and Hollis. What starts as a prank war between the two side by side businesses turns a bit more serious when Cash’s brother Miller finds himself in the wrath of Hollis’ sister and father. Add to that a situation that is jeopardizing the business Cash decides to do whatever it takes to keep his business afloat even if it means help from his snarky neighbor. Meanwhile Hollis is fighting a guilty conscience in that she may have had a hand in the predicament of Cash’s business and offers help even if it is to alleviate her sense of guilt. Can these two ever find level footing or is the attraction to much to withstand and will drag them both under?
This is a hilarious, well written book that will go onto my list of books to be read often. I really enjoyed the snarky banter, the increasing tension, and the prank war that these two find themselves in. If you enjoy romantic comedies then definitely give this book a try it is well worth the read and I truly cannot recommend it enough.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Vanessa Wattshttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngVanessa Watts2023-03-19 20:49:462023-03-20 10:02:32Ale’s Fair in Love and War by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Vanessa Watts
This is the 4th book in the Pierce Brothers Series and brings us the story of Noah and Amy. Filled with such wonderful, relatable characters and storylines it’s a hard to put down book. Amy has a new job, being a nanny. She seems perfectly suited to it because she has a positive outlook on life, and the first meeting with baby Amelia proves she has a way with children. Noah is very different from Amelia. He is single and has no intention of settling down any time soon and is pretty cynical. The two characters have an instant spark, but their personalities clash at first. However, as they get to know each other better, they begin to fall for each other. The book is a slow-burn romance, which means that the relationship between the characters develops gradually over time. A great read.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Kimberlyhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngKimberly2023-03-19 07:59:502023-03-20 09:53:36Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Kimberly Filer
Ok so pink is my favourite colour so I just loved the cover 😉
While I’d not read the previous 3 books I didn’t feel lost but rest assured I have one clicked them so I can start at the beginning ❣️📚
Amy gets a desperate phone call for help from her bestie Victoria , her husband’s brother is now the sole guardian of a baby , his best dies to Covid and now he’s got to care for her daughter !
It was hard at first to read this because like Noah I lost a very dear friend to Covid and the wounds are still very raw and the missing is still very real but there is healing and little Amelia is so hard to resist ❣️😉
Beth never told Noah who Amelia’s father is and Beth’s mum is fighting cancer so Noah is in a tough spot and Amy is good with kids so she’s offered to help Noah and Amelia , she’s a nanny of sorts ….
Amelia adores Amy and watching them one would say they’re a perfect family❣️ as with matters of the heart Noah makes a decision than makes Amy leave but he goes and fetches the love of his life and they have their own HEA 🥰
I love Amelia , Amy and yes Noah made me swoon , a good read that showed you can rise from the ashes and I’m sure Beth was watching from above with pride and joy ❣️
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Heidihttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngHeidi2023-03-19 05:24:592023-03-20 09:53:08Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Heidi Sturgess
Oh my goodness this must be one of the best books I’ve had the privilege and pleasure of reading ! I laughed hard , she’d a year or 2 but more than anything I thoroughly enjoyed it , now I love reading like I need the air I breathe so when I rave about a book I really jean it ❣️😉
Hollis is the worst neighbour according to Cash but ask anyone else you’ll be told she’s loving , kind , nurturing and caring and the townsfolk love her and Hollis isn’t blind he can see she’s easy on the eye but the rest of him will catch up soon enough 😉
Now if you were to ask Hollis what she thinks of Cash she’ll tell you he’s an arrogant , brooding and HOT know it all 😉
Cash and Hollis were so much fun ! The teasing and banter between them had me in stitches but when the going gets tough , the tough get going and Hollis is all in to support Cash .
Both have loving friends and family which just adds to the “vibe” and the side characters were just as entertaining 😉
I enjoyed this read so much I had friends popping in on their tea break to be read to #truestory#everyone was hooked 😉
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Heidihttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngHeidi2023-03-19 04:51:232023-03-20 09:52:59Ale’s Fair in Love and War by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Heidi Sturgess
Enemies to lovers Rom Com This was an hilarious read. I loved the dynamic between Hollis and Cash. The book launches straight into the story and the reader is immediately swept up into their battle. The banter, chemistry and steam is well written and it is told in dual POV which makes for a better connection with the characters. This is book #1 in Love on Tap series about the Brooks family but there is a novella with Denny and Rosie’s story which is worth checking out. Can’t wait for Carter’s book, Smooth Hoperator. Highly recommend.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Rayne Easthttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngRayne East2023-03-18 19:31:052023-03-20 09:49:30Ale’s Fair in Love and War by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Rayne East
I love a good grump & sunshine trope… and this book did not disappoint! This was my first time reading Belinda Williams, but I loved her style of writing and found this book so easy to breeze through. I will definitely be looking at the rest of this series! This book, however, was perfect as a standalone too. I definitely recommend this if you like HEA and easy-to-read books.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Sara Granthamhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngSara Grantham2023-03-17 17:15:322023-03-20 09:14:59Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Sara Grantham
Ale’s Fair in Love and War is a sweet and spicy enemies to lover’s romance with a good deal of humor sprinkled throughout the pages!
Hollis and Cash are neighbors and not good to each other AT ALL! In fact, from their very first meeting, they are at odds with one another. The only thing they have in common is that they are business owners trying to make their businesses a success. As their arguments and misunderstandings continued, they decided to begin pulling pranks on each other, and some are really bad yet oh-so-funny! When Cash thinks Hollis has gone too far, that’s actually when these two give into their hidden desire for one another. That’s when the story gets REALLY GOOD!!!
I loved both Cash and Hollis, and the addition of their families made the book even better. The characters were well-fleshed out and multi-dimensional. Oh my, the banter between these two was priceless! Their chemistry literally burned up the pages of this book.
Sylvie Stewart is a new writer to me, and I’m so glad to have discovered her. Her writing is fantastic. I love the way she sets her readers up for the next book in the series. If it is as good as this one, it’s sure to be a winner!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Christie Mitchumhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngChristie Mitchum2023-03-16 20:53:482023-03-20 08:44:33Ale’s Fair in Love and War by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Christie Mitchum
This book had me laughing nearly the entire time. Between the pranks and banter, I had a smile on my face for most of the time I spent reading this one! It is great!!! Hollis and Cash are the ultimate couple. The supporting characters are worth getting to know. I luv Cash’s mom, am frustrated with Hadley, scratching my head with Miller, wondering what’s up with Carter, and needing to know more about Lynn.
Hollis walked away from a swanky corporate job to follow her passion to open her own business. She planned everything about her business from the name, the colors, the location, to the marketing and growth. She planned everything. Everything but her neighbor. He is rude, he is crude, he is cold, he is gorgeous, he is sooooo sexy. He is Cash. What Hollis thought was a friendly request to leave her room in their shared dumpster turned bad and now is practically an all out prank war between her and Cash.
Cash couldn’t believe his luck when Hollis moved her business next door to his. That momentary elation quickly changed. He didn’t mean to snap at her, she just caught him at a bad time. Now, Cash can show no mercy when it comes to the prank war. When Cash’s brother is accused of breaking Hollis’ sister’s heart, the stakes are raised. Cash believes that Hollis is responsible for an anonymous tip to the Health Inspector. Hollis thinks that her family is responsible for the Health Inspector and the expensive upgrades/changes he is demanding. Hollis and Cash call a truce for a few weeks to help save his business.
This book is fabulous. It was great. The misunderstandings. The pranks. The banter. The family. The friends. The beer names. It is just wonderful. Throw in the steam and more to come (I hope), this author is the winning combination! You have made me a fan. I am in. For this series and probably others, but definitely this one! Insert Applause here!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00M Policicchiohttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngM Policicchio2023-03-16 15:48:152023-03-20 08:28:41Ale’s Fair in Love and War by Sylvie Stewart – Review by M Policicchio
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Dessalynn Acostahttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngDessalynn Acosta2023-03-16 09:00:372023-03-16 09:54:13Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Dessalynn Acosta
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Amy has decided she needs a career change and to do that, she’s headed back to school. Like anything, that’s a bit hard to do when you need money to survive, so she’s planning on working as a nanny while she takes classes. A bright, happy optimist, Amy is always looking for the bright side of a situation.
Noah Pierce is NOT a bright, happy optimist. In fact, his dark, brooding and silent nature are a complete contrast to Amy. So when he unexpectedly becomes the caretaker for his best friends daughter, he needs help. He has no idea how to take care of someone else, let alone suddenly being a dad and no one knows who the father is so it’s up to him to care for her.
Noah hires Amy to help care for Amelia and she sees what Noah can’t: he can be a great dad. If he only chooses to see it. Can Amy help Noah recognize his family man potential without falling in love in the process? Can a relationship survive when the line is crossed? When I saw another Pierce Brothers novel, I squealed! I’ve loved all of the ones I’ve read so far and this one is no exception. Belinda Williams writes a man just like you want him! Tall, handsome, irresistible, slightly naughty, and a heart of gold.
I am so sad to see the Pierce Brothers storylines end because they are the perfect romance to me. I laugh, I cry, and I want more from all of them.
The characters are well-written, the story is heartbreaking but lighthearted enough that you don’t dwell on the pain too much.
If you struggle with stories about loss or COVID is a tough topic for you, this story may be one to avoid for now.
Sooo, the Pierce Brothers have friends, right? Can we get some of them next?
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Tia Martelhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngTia Martel2023-03-15 11:01:172023-03-20 08:11:55Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Tia Martel
I loved this cute and sometimes outrageous story about Chase and Hollis. The characters are well written, quirky, and fun. These business neighbors come up with some pretty good pranks on one another until one assumed prank ends up threatening the not-so-friendly bantering nature of their relationship and turning it into something more serious. As they try to work together on a common goal, things get a bit steamy; with all that heat between them as frenemies, it’s easy to see that translate into some bedroom tension. The question is whether or not the can both maintain their take on the world themselves attitude while simultaneously learning to trust and depend on each other. Such a fun read! I’m looking forward to reading some of the other books in this series.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Wendy Waryhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngWendy Wary2023-03-15 09:25:432023-03-20 08:11:37Ale’s Fair in Love and War by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Wendy Wary
Cash and Hollis are neighboring business owners who communicate via pranks and sarcasm. Cash’s misconception of Hollis seems to be the reason for this strife but the reason for their initial tension was never clear so I’m still left wondering why they hated each other to begin with. I really wanted more reason for this than it being a man’s misconception on a strong, independent female. This concept never sits well with me and it led me to not enjoy Cash’s character for the majority of this book. Hollis was an incredible character with love, courage, grace and a down to earth nature that doesn’t fit into her family’s visions for her future. While Cash annoyed me, the storyline did evolve nicely and kept me engaged. Good read with a nice cast of supporting characters.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Bethany Rollinshttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngBethany Rollins2023-03-15 07:42:042023-03-20 08:11:31Ale’s Fair in Love and War by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Bethany Rollins
Emotional rom-com I love this series. This is the fourth book in the Pierce Brother series and it had me all sorts of emotional. This is Noah’s story and how Amy came into his life. There’s a lot to pull at the heartstrings from loss and heart ache to becoming a parent and finding love. Highly recommend this whole series.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Rayne Easthttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngRayne East2023-03-15 05:00:072023-03-20 08:08:53Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Rayne East
This is the fourth book of the Pierce Brothers Series and I’m a first time reader of this author Belinda Williams. So far I’d say she’s an amazing writer and really knows how to tell a story. This book had me going through emotional ups and downs, but I loved that they got there happily ever after. Noah and Amy are soo freaking adorable together and with Amelia. I’m already sad this is the last book fingers crossed for a spin-off. But at least I get to go back to read the Victoria and Seth story along with the other two stories involving the brothers.
Ps Noah dressing as a wiggle and singing the songs LMAO perfection
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Hannah porterhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngHannah porter2023-03-14 22:39:112023-03-20 08:07:13Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Hannah Porter
Optimistic Amy becomes a nanny while attempting to get along with her more cynical boss Noah. This book has all the trademarks of a rom-com but dives deeper into the trials and tribulations some books tend to skim over. I love how the author showcased the characters in such a way that they were beyond the page and came to life from the first chapter! Though this is a short book, I felt the pace was perfect and the storyline flowed well, allowing the reader to organically ride the emotional rollercoaster throughout. I read this book out of order, but will circle back to read some of the others in the series!
When Noah’s best friend Beth suddenly passes away he is immediately put into the parental role of caring for Beth’s baby. Within 24 hrs and thanks to his brother and his wife he has a nanny, Amy.
Amy and Noah fight the sparks between them for weeks until it can’t be ignored anymore. With this makes a secret that Amy has been carrying with her for years come back to haunt her.
Will their relationship survive? More importantly, will Noah be able to be the parent Beth wanted him to be when she listed him as guardian for the baby? Grab some tissues cause you will find yourself needing them and read on to find out!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Devon N Pulliamhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngDevon N Pulliam2023-03-14 19:11:592023-03-20 08:05:02Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Devon Pulliam
Cry Baby by Belinda Williams is available now in eBook only ⭐️⭐️⭐⭐⭐ Book Review
Noah Pierce not only lost his best friend unexpectedly at age 34 to Covid but became the legal guardian to her 7 month old baby girl, Amelia. Noah is a grumpy workaholic who has no idea how to be a father. Noah has no idea how a child will fit into his world. Luckily, happy-go-lucky Amy Highgate saunters into his life and is willing to take the job as his overly paid live-in nanny. Amy thought this was a great opportunity to save money to work towards her teaching degree. She had no idea that this gig would turn into an attraction for her boss.
Cry Baby is the fourth installment of the Pierce Brother series but can easily be read as a standalone. This was my first time reading a novel written by Williams and I absolutely loved her work. The characters were all lovable, relatable, and had a story to share. Amy had skeletons in her closet that didn’t surface until a specific event triggered the past. I love that Williams was able to write about these triggers and the need and response to therapy with such poise. There were times Williams brought tears to my eyes. The loss of Beth was hard on many people and the discovery of the information about Amelia’s father just stole my heart. And the letter, well we won’t talk about what that letter did to my mama heart strings!
Overall, this was a really good book! If I could rate it with more than 5 stars I most definitely would. Probably one of the best I have read all year. I personally have not read any of the other books in this series but I am headed to Amazon now to purchase the remainder of the series. I highly recommend reading Cry Baby by Belinda Williams. You won’t regret it!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Ashley Mertzhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngAshley Mertz2023-03-14 18:22:282023-03-20 08:03:57Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Ashley Mertz
When I first chose this book, I was unaware that it was part of a series, however, I don’t think I missed anything vital from the previous books. I would say it can be read as a standalone. There were aspects of the story that were deeper than I was expecting for example grief and loss however the author was navigated this very well and portrayed the emotions so well there were times I found myself feeling the emotions too. I loved the main characters, Amy and Noah, they were both sweet and trying to figure things out, overcoming their personal traumas and the way their romance progressed was very sweet, though not easy. Amy was the bubbly one, while Noah initially appears withdrawn. The way they come together, and they bounce off each other and grow as people was endearing. The writing style was easy to follow, and I didn’t want to put the book down at al even taking it to work with me. I found myself smiling and emotional alongside the characters and will certainly be going back to read the earlier books in the series – the author has a new fan in me!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Rebecahttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngRebeca2023-03-14 16:44:232023-03-20 08:02:51Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Rebeca Elliott Figueiras
Amy is looking for a nanny position while she transitions from a beauty journalist to taking university classes for education. She finds the perfect position when her best friend’s brother in law is given guardianship of his best friend’s daughter when she suddenly passes away. Noah Pierce doesn’t necessarily know how to handle a baby. Amelia is the seven month old daughter of his best friend Beth and he is so unsure of what to do. Noah is such a workaholic and that’s where Amy comes in. Amy was never meant to fall for Noah and Noah was never meant to fall for her. How could a relationship like this go wrong?
This is a cute romance that hits many different tropes. Boss to lover, Sunny vs. Grumpy, and a little just spit it out. I thought Belinda Williams did a great job of weaving these together. I had not read the previous Pierce Brothers, but works as a stand alone. There was not a lot of spice, but the spicy parts were well written and fit with the story, not just popping up out of nowhere, and I like in a book.
When Noah’s best friend suddenly passes away and leave him with her daughter Amelia, he needs help. Enter, Amy! Amy is a glass half full kinda gal and Noah has always seen the dark side since his mother passed away. Amy works hard to show Noah there is more to life than the secluded one he has built for himself. When working through his issues, she finds she may have been burrying some of her own.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Tammy woodhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngTammy wood2023-03-14 10:24:162023-03-16 10:08:03Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Tammy Wood
After having read other books in the Pierce Brothers series I was pretty excited to read this one. For me Cry Baby fell a bit short. It didn’t quite have the hook I was looking for and it moved slow. Belinda Williams is a great author! I’m sure I will find another book by her that brings me back in!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Kay Striteskyhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngKay Stritesky2023-03-14 08:01:112023-03-16 10:07:06Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Kay Stritesky
I love a good grumpy sunshine book! Watching the change take place from grump to cuddly love here is always heart warming. Noah was a numbers man and by the book. Watching him with sunny and cheerful Amy was quite the transformation. Each grumpy sunshine has its own unique dynamic and theirs was one that was unforgettable.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Laurenhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngLauren2023-03-13 22:43:442023-03-16 10:05:42Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Lauren West
If you are looking for a book that will give you all the feels, leave you crying, smiling, and wanting to keep turning the pages, then this book is for you!
Cry Baby by Belinda Williams continues the story of the lovable Pierce brothers. Although it’s the 4th book in the series, it can easily be read as a standalone and thoroughly enjoyed.
This book touches on some difficult topics but does it in a relatable and heartfelt way. I loved the fact that the characters seemed real, flawed, and nuanced but still kept the fun of a romance. I can’t wait to pick up other novels by this author.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Enisha Reaveshttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngEnisha Reaves2023-03-13 21:59:262023-03-16 10:05:31Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Enisha Reaves
This book pulls on your heartstrings with a cute child and a (cuter?) male love interest. As soon as I read that he could sing, I swooned. I loved this story, even though I haven’t read the other books, I was still invested and might have already added the other installments to my TBR. Very cute romantic grumpy x sunshine, highly recommend for a feel-good read that’ll make you sigh in contentment when you’re done.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Vanessa Estradahttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngVanessa Estrada2023-03-13 21:12:502023-03-16 10:04:04Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Vanessa Estrada
This was a laugh-out-loud story of 2 business owners who are enemies who use pranks to war with each other. The chemistry between Cash and Hollis is off the charts, and the level of sass and snark between Cash and Hollis is amazing! I very much enjoyed this story and cannot wait for Carter’s story!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Katrinahttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngKatrina2023-03-13 16:48:032023-03-16 09:56:41Ale’s Fair in Love and War by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Katrina Evanochko
This book is book four of the series but can be read as a standalone. I didn’t read the first three books but didn’t feel like I lost anything. It might be a good idea to read them first to be introduced to other characters.
Noah is lost and in over his head as he finds himself the guardian of a baby. He does what anyone would do, calls his brother for help. Luckily his brother knows Amy and Amy happens to be good with kids. At first glance Amy can tell Noah is overwhelmed. She wants nothing more than to help. So she finds herself hired as Amelia’s nanny. Amy is sunshine and rainbows and Noah is definitely not. Can these two get passed their differences? There is so much more to their story but you should really read it yourself.
This was a really good read. The characters have depth and are a tad complicated. There’s secrets and a lot of emotion. This book is well written and I’m glad I picked it up!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Angelina Frazzinihttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngAngelina Frazzini2023-03-13 05:26:592023-03-13 09:20:29Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Angelina Frazzini
Cry Baby: A Grump Sunshine Slow Burn Romantic Comedy (Pierce Brothers Book 4)
Crying is what I feel like doing knowing I have to say bye to the brothers. I have fallen a little in love with each of them for totally different reasons.
Noah was so hard for me to get any vibes on in the previous books but now I know why. It’s crazy how the brothers were all raised basically the same way but the loss of their Mom impacted them into their adult lives and Noah’s way was to retreat.
Amy is trust into Noah’s life when he desperately needed help. She was there to save the day amongst other things.
I loved seeing Noah progress and evolve throughout the book. He was finally able to move forward after so many years.
I have had the pleasure of reading several books by Ms. Williams and enjoyed every single one. Looking forward to reading more by her in the future. Maybe a spinoff from this series so we can catch up with the boys and their lives???
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Robin Rankinhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngRobin Rankin2023-03-12 22:15:192023-03-13 09:13:22Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Robin Rankin
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