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…

On Board by Jay Hogan

On Board by Jay Hogan

Note: This review contains spoilers for the previous book in the series. I’m always impressed when an author can take a thoroughly unlikeable character and redeem them in a way that is both plausible and consistent, and that’s exactly what Jay Hogan does in her latest novel.   Book two in her Painted Bay series set…

Heartscape by Garrett Leigh

Heartscape by Garrett Leigh

Earlier this year, I reviewed Sarina Bowen’s Roommate, which was the starting point for the new multi-authored True North World series, which comprises four mini-series of books set within the world created by Ms. Bowen in her True North stories.  The Vino and Veritas novels are LGBTQ+ romances – mostly m/m but there are a…

The Roommate by Rosie Danan

The Roommate by Rosie Danan

Friends, there is nothing like reading a debut romance and loving it.  Surprising, funny, sexy and original, The Roommate is on my shortlist of favorite books of 2020.  It’s excellent. Clara Wheaton has loved Everett Bloom since they were small children.  Their families, part of the Connecticut east coast elite, are close friends, and their…

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