Fast, fun, and satisfying, A Witch’s Guide to Fake Dating is perfect for fans of Lana Harper and Erin Sterling
A HARD DAY FOR A HANGOVER by Darynda Jones punched me in the heart one moment and had me giggling the next.
Kiss Her Once for Me by Alison Cochrun is queer Hallmark Christmas kitsch in the most heartwarming way possible.
Four Aunties and a Wedding is perfect if you’re looking for a whimsical caper involving family dynamics with a bit of light romance.
Dial A for Aunties is an absolute delight – dark humor, reunited lovers, and family ties. It deserves all of the stars.
Kiss My Cupcake is a meet-cute, enemies to lovers, culinary romance. Blaire’s new shop is going to succeed despite her swoony competition
Grave Secrets is very much in the style of madcap British romcoms like Bridget Jones’ Diary blended with some urban fantasy goodness.
Sara Desai’s The Marriage Game is a fabulous diverse, sexy romcom full of sweet and sexy banter, drool-worthy food descriptions, quirky family members, and fun Bollywood references.
Thanks to social media, three women discover they’ve been dating the same lowlife guy. My review of The Boyfriend Project.
My review of Network Effect by Martha Wells. As someone who frequently loathes the humans around me, I absolutely vibe with Murderbot – a cyborg created to be a mobile security unit protecting humans from danger.