Emily Henry’s new romantic comedy Beach Read is one of the best romances and books I’ve read in a long time. Keep reading for my review of this delightful, earnest, and special book!
Tash Skilton’s (writing duo Sarvenez Tash and Sarah Skilton) upcoming rom-com, Ghosting: A Love Story, is absolutely delightful, featuring all of the best elements of the genre without feeling too formulaic or tired. Ghosting will be out on May 26, 2020!
When I laughed out loud on page two of Siri, Who Am I?, I knew I was going to enjoy myself. Siri, Who Am I? is fast-paced, ridiculous, and a total treat. I picked up this book, so unlike anything I’ve ever read before, and read it in one sitting because I couldn’t put it down.
Well, April was a pretty life-changing month for me. I discovered Sarah J. Maas’s series, A Court of Thorns and Roses, and I will never be the same again. I managed to read 23 books total this month and loved so many of them! Keep reading for my list and thoughts.
It takes a special kind of book to take you back in time almost a decade and remind you of exactly how you felt. Time of Our Lives is that kind of book.
Christina Lauren’s newest romance, The Honey-Don’t List, might not be the romance powerhouse’s best, but it’s a delightful addition to CLo’s already amazing library of contemporary romances.
Jamie Pacton’s debut, The Life and (Medieval) Times of Kit Sweetly is a sweet, feminist, young adult romance that will be out on May 5, 2020!
I was so excited to read Don’t Go Stealing My Heart after I read and loved Kelly Siskind’s previous book, New Orleans Rush, last year and this did not disappoint. Like New Orleans Rush, Don’t Go Stealing My Heart is full of Siskind’s silly, one-of-a-kind, endearing humor.
That’s Not a Thing is a gorgeous, emotional, and resonant debut that will be available tomorrow, April 14, 2020!
If you love regency romances (or historical romances in general) and romantic comedies, then you’ll enjoy To Have and To Hoax, the debut novel from Martha Waters.