Review #261

I give this standalone happily-ever-after contemporary a 4.4/5 stars. The story by Melissa Ferguson is in first person, present tense and has an adorable office romance trope. As much as I love novels with two points of view, it’s refreshing that this one sticks with only Savannah’s POV, which is a necessity for the plot.Continue reading “Review #261”

Review #243

I gave Rainbow Rowell’s novel a 3.5/5 This romcom switched POV between first person in the emails to third person for Lincoln’s story Attachments started off with a bang of a witty exchange between Jennifer and Beth, seemingly best friends who know each other well enough to joke about inappropriate topics.  Chapter 2 was aContinue reading “Review #243”

Review #120

Title- Red, White and Royal Blue Author- Casey McQuiston Rating– 3/5 Genre- contemporary romcom Trope- royalty, MM, enemies to lovers Cover– cute, not my favorite, but shows the genre My emotions-  neutral Comments while reading- Page 64- I started to get a bit bored with the politics talk, media strategies & such Page 90-I couldContinue reading “Review #120”

Review #110

Title- The Soulmate Equation Author- Christina Lauren Rating– 4/5Genre- contemporary romance POV- third person past tense Trope- forced together, fake relationship, kind of enemies to lovers, workplace environment Similar Books/Comps- If I Never Met You, The Love Hypothesis Cover– very pretty but with the trends these days, I assumed it was women’s fiction My emotions-Continue reading “Review #110”

Review #108

Title- People We Meet on Vacation Author- Emily Henry Rating– 4.5/5 Genre- contemporary romance POV- first person, present tense from heroine’s POV only Trope- friends to lovers Similar Books/Comps- Unhoneymooners Cover– (this is one of the first books for a while that I wish had a different title. It was somewhat relevant at the end,Continue reading “Review #108”

Review #105

Title- The Unhoneymooners Author- Christina Lauren Rating– 5/5 Genre- contemporary romance POV- first person Trope- If you like “fake relationships,” “forced to be together,” and “enemies to lovers” than this is a great book for you. Cover- I don’t like bright colors since they clash with my natural/neutral décor at home. I wouldn’t buy thisContinue reading “Review #105”

Review #102

Title- Fumbled Author- Alexa Martin Rating– 4/5 Genre- contemporary romance POV- first person, present tense. So I definitely prefer romcoms in first person compared to third person writing.  Trope- second chance Similar Books/Comps– Ten Rules for Faking It My emotions-  calm Comments- This is #2 in a series, which I didn’t know, so it canContinue reading “Review #102”

Review #99

Title- Boy Toy Author-Nicola Marsh Rating– 3/5 Genre- contemporary romance POV- third person, past tense Trope- arranged marriage, off-limits, younger man, career vs. love My emotions-  calm Comments- I love reading about a variety of cultures. From the very first chapter I was surrounded by Kushi’s fragrant aromas from the kitchen, Samira’s hesitancies about anotherContinue reading “Review #99”

Review #96

Title- No Offense Author- Meg Cabot Rating– 4.5/5 Genre- romcom POV- two alternating POV, third person, past tense Trope- a mild version of enemies to lovers Similar Books/Comps– My emotions-  entertained, smirking from the cleverness Comments- This is actually the second book in the Little Bridge Island series, but I didn’t know that until afterContinue reading “Review #96”

Review #94

Title- The Ten Rules for Faking It Rating– 3/5 Genre- sweet romcom POV- two alternating POV, hero/heroine- third person past tense Trope- friends to lovers, workplace Comments- This romcom was fine but didn’t stand out and will be forgettable in a few weeks. I usually don’t enjoy reading about characters with anxiety because it triggersContinue reading “Review #94”