You’re Still the One by Erika Kelly

*You’re Still the One by Erika Kelly
Publisher: EK Publishing, LLC
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Larkspur

Hot, inked, motorcycle-riding hero
✔️ Sexy wedding planner with a whole lot of explaining to do
✔️Steamy, small town romance
✔️Second chance romance
✔️And lots and lots of make-up sex

When Stella Cavanaugh gets the chance to come home after a seven-year, self-imposed exile, she takes it. She was born to be a wedding planner, and she hopes creating her sister’s wedding might just earn her the redemption she’s been hoping for.

The only thing holding her back is the fear of running into Griffin James, the love of her life. Because she not only hurt her family, she destroyed their relationship. Burned it right to the ground. And she just doesn’t know if she can bear to find out he’s moved on. She sure hasn’t.

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But that’s just not possible when Stella bursts into their lives. Her sparkly spirit, her big, splashy ideas, and her impulsiveness always lead to disaster. He knew that…but he couldn’t resist her.

And now she’s on the run again, because…

The very things they love about each other are also what tear them apart.

You’re Still the One is a small town story filled with second chances and fake engagements and all wrapped up into one intoxicating story. Erika Kelly is one of my favorite authors and I especially love reading her Calamity Falls stories. You’re still the One is the ninth book in this series and I loved every minute of it. Each book is a standalone but all the characters are interconnected.

This story is about Griffin and Stella. Two people who have been in love with each other since they were kids, but haven’t seen each other in seven years, because of insecurities and misunderstandings. Griffin and Stella are the complete opposite of each other. Griffin is quiet, brooding and protective, while Stella is an impulsive, free spirit. Stella’s fun and outgoing spirit make her perfect for Griffin. Everything about Griffin and Stella just clicks, they are made for each other and their chemistry is off the charts.

When Stella returns to Calamity Falls after running away seven years ago, all of the feelings Griffin and Stella had for each other return. Stella is like a tornado and she shakes up Griffin’s tidy little world. It is fun watching these two reconnect.

Once I started reading their story, I couldn’t put it down. I was invested in Griffin and Stella and I needed to find out how everything would work out between them. They both have lessons to learn and some growing up to do, before they can be together and I loved being along for the ride.

I loved everything about this story. I fell in love with Griffin and Stella and immediately connected with them. I felt as though I was right there with them in Calamity Falls. Along with Griffin and Stella, there are also many engaging secondary characters in this story and they add even more entertainment. This enchanting second chance, small town romance is both heartbreaking and heartwarming and is a wonderful addition to the series. Perfection!

Whole Lotta Love by Erika Kelly

Whole Lotta Love by Erika Kelly
Publisher: EK Publishing, LLC
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Larkspur

Sparks fly when opposites are forced to live together in this steamy, small town romance standalone!

Lulu Cavanaugh’s career went up in smoke.

The moment Lulu lost her job running the fanciest restaurant on Maui, the chef threw herself into recovery mode. She’s pitched a cooking show to be filmed in her Wyoming hometown, hoping the on-screen visibility will pave the path for a future chef de cuisine job.

Alexander Wilder’s career flamed out.

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Lulu nails her audition, but before she can pop open the champagne, the producers drop a bombshell: they’re giving her a co-host. Sparks fly when Lulu and Xander compete for the spotlight. And when a tight filming schedule forces them together around the clock, their sizzling chemistry starts a blaze that can’t be quenched. Will it lead to success for both, or will one of them get burned?

Heat so hot even the kitchen can’t stand it.

When two introverts meet, they discover they are the perfect for each other. Erika Kelly’s newest book Whole Lotta Love was a joy to read. I loved the two main characters, Xander and Lulu and was invested in their story from the first page. It has good pacing, an interesting storyline and entertaining characters. I especially loved the dynamics between Xander and Lulu; when they are near each other the air combusts. They are both genuinely nice people and I wanted them to have their HEA.

As soon as Lulu and Xander meet, sparks fly. They are both quiet and shy and have never felt like they fit in, but that changes when they meet and start spending time together. They discover they are kindred souls; they don’t enjoy parties or being in large groups, they are singular by nature and are most happy by themselves. Lulu and Xander are also both at a crossroads in their lives. They each had big dreams for their lives, but somehow things didn’t work out the way they had planned them. They are disillusioned and not sure what their next step should be.

Lulu loves to cook and has always dreamed of becoming a chef in a five star restaurant. She comes from a loud and boisterous family of overachievers who love to get in each other’s business. I loved reading about all of Lulu’s interactions with her family. They are a caring and loving family, but when they all get together, they can be a bit overwhelming.

Xander is a backup quarterback disappointed he has never achieved more in his football career due to some shoulder injuries. He comes from a football family dynasty and feels like a loser compared to his father and two brothers.

Erika Kelly’s newest book Whole Lotta Love is the eighth book in the Calamity Falls Small Town Romance series and all the books are standalones, but the characters are interconnected. I thoroughly enjoyed getting lost in this book.