MUST LOVE BOOKS is Shauna Robinson’s debut novel. Nora works for a small publishing company in what she thought was her dream job. But with downsizing, longer hours, her BFF leaving, and a pay cut, being an Editorial Assistant feels like anything but a dream.
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.
Dial A for Aunties is an absolute delight – dark humor, reunited lovers, and family ties. It deserves all of the stars.
To Love and to Loathe is an enemies-to-lovers Regency romance. While it’s the second book in a series, I read it without first reading To Have and to Hoax and never felt lost. I don’t usually read historical romances but this adorable cover drew me right in.
The Dating Plan by Sara Desai is a faux to real romance starring the smart and quirky Daisy from The Marriage Game.
Wild Sign by Patricia Briggs is the sixth book in the Alpha and Omega urban fantasy series. This gripping entry sees Anna and Charles investigating the disappearance of a remote community.
A biting look at the choices women face trying to balance societal demands and expectations with their own desires and needs.
Winter’s Orbit was perfection. It gave me court intrigue on a galactic scale, an arranged marriage, a thriller investigation into a suspicious murder. In other words, it gave me everything and MORE.
The Ex Talk by Rachel Lynn Solomon ticks a lot of boxes for me: enemies to lovers, coworker romance, witty banter, sweet steaminess plus public radio and podcasts.
Siri, Who Am I? by Sam Tshida is an amnesia trope mystery with a madcap side of romance and a big helping of zaniness.