Leave It to the March Sisters by Annie Sereno

Leave It to the March Sisters by Annie SerenoLeave It to the March Sisters by Annie Sereno
Published by Forever on May 30, 2023
Genres: Romance
Pages: 400
Format: Paperback
Also by this author: Blame It on the Brontes

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

About Leave It to the March Sisters

Leave It to the March Sisters is a love letter to fans of Little Women, the book and movie adaptations. Quick wit and sharp dialogue pair with the slowest of burns in this contemporary romance. Another disastrous relationship ending means Amy, chair of the local English department, needs to find a new place to live.. Of course her new roommate/landlord turns out to be Theo, childhood friend/crush and almost college lover. Determined to make things work, Amy and Theo battle the constant attraction, afraid of revealing the secrets that keep them apart.

My thoughts about Leave It to the March Sisters

Heartwarming often humorous look at small, college-town life where everyone knows you and your business sometimes far too intimately. This second chance/close proximity romance overflows with pining! Amy and Theo try to navigate their current relationship (Friends? Acquaintances? Lovers?) but both are still hurting over events in their past and the secrets they’re keeping.

All of the Little Women references you could want. Several adorable animal appearances. Athena and Thorne from Blame It on the Brontes are supporting cast members.

In closing

Thank you Forever for the ARC.

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About Annie Sereno

When she’s not expressing her imagination with pen and paintbrush, Annie gardens, swims, and haunts art museums. In possession of a well-worn passport and memories of all the places she’s called home, she shares her life with her husband and two sons.
Mildly (okay, seriously) obsessed with birds, Celtic music, and all things Australian, she believes there is no such thing as a former librarian, no time to read, or too many shoes.

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