REVIEW: French Holiday

Merry’s best friend is marrying her sister, that sounds like a dream come true, if only she weren’t in love with him herself. After years of pining away for him, her sister, who has stolen everything she loves all of her life, has taken him as well. She decides to go to a French chateau ownedContinue reading “REVIEW: French Holiday”

Pub Week REVIEW: Seven Rules for Breaking Hearts

“….if there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s that love doesn’t play by the rules in the first place.” ——————- Margo wants nothing to do with love. Her parents divorced when she was in high school and it left her with some relationship trauma. She and her best friend, Jo, have made a career out ofContinue reading “Pub Week REVIEW: Seven Rules for Breaking Hearts”

REVIEW: Love Buzz

“I don’t know what I’m doing with my life. But it feels like it’s mine.” ———————— Serena has her life together. She lives in Seattle and is a successful accountant and has a serious boyfriend. In New Orleans at her cousin’s bachelorette party she has a moment with a stranger that has her rethinking everything.Continue reading “REVIEW: Love Buzz”

Pub Day REVIEW: Five First Chances

Louisa is reliving the same few months over and over. She gets five chances to re-live her friend’s birthday party and the few months following it. In each case she is surrounded by the same handful of people and most of the same events unfold. But she has some awareness of what is happening andContinue reading “Pub Day REVIEW: Five First Chances”

REVIEW: To Swoon and to Spar

Viscount Penvale is a young man living his life but hoping for more. He desperately wants to regain his childhood home from his uncle. When his uncle finally approaches him to sell the manor, he has one stipulation, that Penvale marry his young ward, Jane. Penvale agrees out of desperation but expects little from theContinue reading “REVIEW: To Swoon and to Spar”

REVIEW: A Spinster’s Guide to Danger and Dukes

“If this was love, then no wonder poets were always so bloody miserable.” —————— Poppy is a young woman living on her own in London, she’s taken an assumed name to distance herself from her family. When her sister is accused of murder, she rushes to be with her. On the train she crosses pathsContinue reading “REVIEW: A Spinster’s Guide to Danger and Dukes”

REVIEW: Christmas Clash

Chloe and Peter are teenagers whose parents have rival restaurants in the local mall. They’ve grown up with their parents always being contentious but when the landlord decides to sell and demolish the mall they are forced to work together to try to save their family livelihoods. I enjoyed this story even though I’m notContinue reading “REVIEW: Christmas Clash”

Pub Day REVIEW: Never Ever Getting Back Together

When Jordy’s sister married a prince, he became quite a sought after bachelor. He grows tired of girls chasing him for money and fame so he decides to re-investigate whether his pre-fame exes could have been the one… on a reality TV show of course. We get to see the show unravel through the eyesContinue reading “Pub Day REVIEW: Never Ever Getting Back Together”

REVIEW: An Offer from a Gentleman

Welp, season 2 of Bridgerton on Netflix has me hooked. I haven’t read any of the series, a first for me going straight to the show rather than the written version, but I wasn’t sure I would enjoy it. Season 2 was so sharp and witty, I wanted more so I decided to use someContinue reading “REVIEW: An Offer from a Gentleman”

REVIEW: The Hookup Plan

This was my first Farrah Rochon book, I know, crazy right? I was really drawn into this romcom because the characters were educated and well put together. There was no disorganized woman hoping for love, a trope that I hate, London is successful and cocky and kind. She was the kind of woman you want toContinue reading “REVIEW: The Hookup Plan”