Ryka Aoki’s The Light From Uncommon Stars is quite simply amazing. She deftly weaves the stories of three very different women together in a way that will punch you in the feels.
Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune will wreck you in the most amazing, banter-filled, heart-wrenching yet kind way possible.
Jane, Bruiser, and company are back in NOLA. Wrassler and Jody are getting married. And Jody’s very clear that Jane’s not to screw things up!
Nice Girls by Catherine Dang is a fast-paced, roller coaster ride full of atmospheric descriptions, a relatable narrator, and ever-increasing tensions. So good!
Reading Between the Crimes by Kate Young is a small-town cozy, the second in the Jane Doe Book Club series. Our MC, Lyla, is settling into her job as a private investigator in training.
The Shaadi Set-Up is Lillie Vale’s adult romcom debut. This is a super-cute second chance, contemporary desi romance.
The Charm Offensive by Alison Cochrun is a warm snuggle of a workplace, friends to forbidden lovers romcom with some seriously endearing dorkiness.
Battle Royal gave me everything I could want – giggles, slow-burn steam, a cat and cakes along with a bit of ugly crying because it broke my heart just a little but the ending more than made up for that.
The Dating Playbook by Farrah Rochon is a fast-paced, contemporary, steamy romance with well-developed characters that you cannot help but cheer for.
A Terrible Fall of Angels by Laurell K. Hamilton kicks off a new contemporary supernatural mystery series. If you’re a fan of the early Anita Blake books, you’ll enjoy this new series.