The Love Wager by Lynn Painter

The Love Wager by Lynn Painter

I had so much fun reading The Love Wager. It has the wonderful humor I’ve come to love from Painter’s stories and I could feel the sparks fly between Jack and Hallie. It’s a terrific romcom. Jack and Hallie meet at Colin and Olivia’s wedding (from Mr. Wrong Number) where Hallie is bartending to earn extra cash to…

Powerless by Elsie Silver

Powerless by Elsie Silver

Powerless takes place in the beautiful Canadian Rockies and is Book 3 in the Chestnut Springs series. The story opens with Jasper coming to Sloane’s rescue when she decides to leave her fiancé on their wedding day.  Jasper and Sloane have known each other for many years. This is a fun friends to lovers story mixed…

Ruined by Rumor by Alyssa Everett

Ruined by Rumor by Alyssa Everett

In Alyssa Everett’s Ruined by Rumor, Roxana Langley has been unofficially engaged to Major George Wyatt for five years. Her parents insisted the couple delay their wedding rather than Roxana following the drum, but the long wait is finally over. Roxana looks forward to George’s return and the official announcement of their betrothal, because she’s…

Two Tribes by Fearne Hill

Two Tribes by Fearne Hill

Fearne Hill’s Two Tribes is a funny, touching and heartrending romance set across three decades in which we follow two teenagers from the Midlands as they fall in love (think Heartstopper but with class differences and a lot more snark and swearing!), are separated by circumstance and reunite twenty-five years later. It’s beautifully written with…

Baking Me Crazy by Karla Sorensen

Baking Me Crazy by Karla Sorensen

I wanted to read Karla Sorensen’s Baking Me Crazy because I’m always looking for good representation, and the heroine of this book uses a wheelchair due to transverse myelitis. The story, a friends-to-lovers romance,  takes a realistic look at disabled life, but I’d have preferred the conflict not to be so centered on the heroine’s disability. …

The Happy List by Briar Prescott

The Happy List by Briar Prescott

I’ve been meaning to read this one for ages and am really pleased I finally got around to it.  The Happy List is a wonderful friends-to-lovers/opposites-attract romance featuring life-long best friends, Gray and Kai who couldn’t be more different.  Gray is somewhat rigid and set in his ways; he’s a meticulous planner and workaholic who…

The Love Con by Seressia Glass

The Love Con by Seressia Glass

The Love Con is a fun, funny, and tender contemporary romance that takes on geek culture, con culture, and gives us a fun best-friends-pretend-dating-to-really-dating romance.  It’s delightful and warm-hearted. Kenya – KeKe – Davenport is a geek ne plus ultra.  She loves anime, fan conventions, cosplay and wants making a living  designing costumes.  That’s a…

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