TikTok Don't Stop. These Are The Books You Need
Did you know Elle Woods PR is on TikTok? There’s nothing like getting so absorbed in a good book that you lose track of time. BUT, if you’re on TikTok, you may have also experienced that quick just-watching-for-a-minute-oh-wait-this-is-so-funny-oh-no-it’s-been-an-hour app check. This allows us to bring your two favorite worlds together—books and hilarious TikToks—with these book recommendations based on some of the top TikTok trends of this year. Here are a few books that have made it to our TikTok.
Pause (ROCK HARD Book 2) by Kat Mizera
Four sexy rockers. Four intense women who don't know they love them. Four hard rockin' love stories for the ages. Stu Killorn is the epitome of rock and roll.
From his smoldering guitar licks to his dangerous good looks, he’s been on the top of the world and experienced the lowest of lows—including a stint in prison. With his new band he has a second chance at life—and fame. All he has to do is keep his head down and avoid emotional entanglements.
Law student Lindsay Sager is all work and no play. Her only connection to the music world is playing supportive bestie to the lead singer of a new band. Lindsay’s focus is on passing the bar exam so she can’t afford any distractions... not even a sexy Scottish guitarist who rocks her world.
Stu and Lindsay’s sexual chemistry is combustible and their desire to keep things simple turns very complicated. She’s the first woman he can’t seem to stay away from, but when his past comes roaring into the future, can they find a way to move forward together?
Undone (Vino & Veritas #18) by Leslie McAdam
My new roommate has the worst taste in men. I mean, Murph’s special. He’s funny and flamboyant and full of life. While I’m straight, even I can tell these guys aren’t good enough for him. I had to yell at one date, toss another one out the door, and throw a beer in another’s face. Kind of embarrassing, really. I don’t know what’s gotten into me. I ask my sister what’s wrong with me and she says I’m jealous. Jealous? Please. Me? Come on. Only thing is, I hate the thought of Murph kissing any guy. Ever. Except, maybe me?
Crave This! (300 Moons #8) by Tasha Black
A craving greater than he can bear. Sarah Bennett has a little secret. Her single night of heaven with a luscious lumberjack last fall landed her more than just the great time she bargained for. Now Sarah’s life is filled with love and diapers and her beloved baby Orson. And Orson has a little secret of his own.
When her baby boy decides to show off his very special ability Sarah realizes it’s time to learn more about his father, and the adventure begins. From the skyscrapers of Glacier City to the sleepy suburb of Tarker’s Hollow and the wilds of the Blue Ridge mountains Sarah will go to any lengths to offer Orson the future he deserves.
Max Reynolds has it all: close family. good friends, and a burgeoning logging business. But the burly bear shifter still feels lonely. No matter how many local women express their interest he just can’t stop craving the curvy software developer who spent a night of ecstasy in his arms last year.
When Sarah turns up out of nowhere it’s Max’s chance to show her she needs him too. If he can keep the bear from frightening her off with his need to claim her. And if they survive their inadvertent camping trip into the stormy woods...
Destined Hearts by Sawyer Lee Davis
Family. Harper Montgomery has been trying to define the term for years… When Harper got pregnant at fourteen, her family abandoned her to be a single mother with no support system. She survived the only way she knew how—hard work and determination. Now she is a nurse in her early thirties, and her son Jamie is ready to embark on high school. Harper can finally say they’ve made it. She can’t take all the credit, though. Dakota Daughtry isn’t family, but when he signed on to be a Big Brother to Jamie, he finally felt at home…
Joining the Big Brother community program was only meant to boost Dakota’s resume while working on his GED. Once he met Jamie and his mother Harper, he finally found a place where he belonged. So becoming a Manny to a household who needed it seemed like a pretty natural next step.
But with Jamie old enough to take care of himself now, Dakota's need to hang around is over, but he can’t make himself leave. Jamie is more like a son than a little brother now, and Harper…well, he’s been trying to deny his feelings for her all along.
Jamie is thrilled about the possible relationship between his mother and Dakota. His birth father Aiden, not so much…
Aiden doesn’t want Harper—he’s too focused on his career for that—but he doesn’t want Dakota to have her either, and he’s willing to play dirty to ruin Harper and Dakota’s chances at becoming a real family. But things get complicated when Aiden starts to develop actual feelings for Harper’s best friend… Family or love? Or can they all finally have both?
Shadow Mage (Nightshade Guild #1) by Lia Davis
Jemma Blackwood, shadow mage, is honored to be one of the twelve mages charged with protecting the Elven Princess Ameria. The sweet, magical baby is easy to love, but Jemma never thought she would be a mother, let alone obligated to protect a little one with her life. And as if serving as guardian to the princess wasn't unexpected enough, the child's safety brings the man who broke Jemma's heart back into her life abruptly.
Willing to do anything to protect his mate, Niam Cane disobeys his own queen to save Jemma and the elfin princess in her care. But getting Jemma to trust him proves to be a greater challenge than he anticipates since the beautiful mage believes he betrayed her years ago. But he’s Jemma’s only hope for survival. As the right hand of the dark fae queen will stop at nothing to find Jemma and Princess Ameria, Niam must convince his love to take the baby and run. As they evade the constant threat together and work as a team to keep Ameria safe from harm, can Jemma and Niam fight their entangled past and the explosive attraction they feel toward one another?