All I Want for Spring by Clare Lydon is the third installment in her series featuring Tori and Holly. Have you read All I Want for Christmas and All I Want for Valentine’s yet? If not, go read them and then come back!
Tori and Holly have been together for three months, and to celebrate, they’re having a romantic getaway in Rome. Except Tori wants to hit every tourist trap, and thanks to bad trips with previous girlfriends, Holly is convinced the trip just might doom their relationship to failure.
Tori and Holly continue to be delightful and I loved reading about them at this stage in their relationship. The scene where Holly flexes her rarely tested romantic muscles is particularly adorable.
The Writing Style
Clare Lydon proves yet again that she is the lesfic queen of romantic comedy. All I Want for Spring is funny and lighthearted, with enough conflict to keep things interesting. It also, hands down, has the hottest sex scene of the series.
This isn’t necessarily a con, and is more of a function of it being part of a story told in installments, but you can’t really read it on its own.
If you’ve read the first two stories in the series, definitely pick this up because it’s my favourite so far. If you haven’t, what are you waiting for?
Excerpt from All I Want for Spring by Clare Lydon
Holly shook her head, then slumped forward again. “Sometimes, I can’t believe I love you.”
“What was that?” Tori asked, even though she’d heard it perfectly the first time. She loved it when Holly said those three words, even when she was in a grump like this morning. It was still fresh enough to be novel, still gave her a thrill every time, even after three months.
Holly loved her: the hairs on her arm stood on end as she thought it. Yep, the rush was still there.
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Bits and Bobs
- AISN number: B01D1XNN24
- Publisher: Custard Books
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Note: I received a free review copy of All I Want For Spring by Clare Lydon. No money was exchanged for this review. I will always review books as honestly as possible and on occasion I refuse to review books.