This unique take on Disney’s Beauty and The Beast is kind of a trip. Isabelle is a book-loving editorial assistant who moves into the house of Beau, a grumpy reckless socialite, to help him finish his memoir I have a history of not liking books that take place in one location–but this one didn’t bother me,Read the Post
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Hollywood film director Canon Holt sees star power in Neevah Saint, a 30-year-old Broadway understudy waiting for her big break. He casts her in his biopic of Dessi Blue–a forgotten Black jazz legend with an ill-fated romance of her own. As their creative energies sync up an attraction between Canon and Neevah feels inevitable. ButRead the Post
The small town of Honey Hill isn’t big enough to handle the feud between Mayor Lunden Pierce and its newest resident, Quade Cannon. Cannon unexpectedly inherits the Honey Hill Inn and when he makes plans to sell, Lunden won’t have it. She hatches a plan to use her powers of seduction to make Quade fallRead the Post
39-year-old Evangeline James , the freshly divorced ex-wife of a tech billionaire, is headed to the idyllic town of Sugar Valley to re-open an abandoned winery with her own two hands. On her first day in town meets helicopter pilot Luke Freeman, the grandson of the winery’s founder. He’s been away in the Air ForceRead the Post
The Dating Playbook is the second book in a series that follows three women who become BFFs after going viral on Twitter for dating the same man. Going viral sent new clients to 28-year-old Taylor Powell’s personal training business–including 26-year-old ex-football player Jamar Dixon. Jamar wants Taylor to get him back into shape so heRead the Post
This book is a spin-off from Jones’ High Stakes series and, while it could read as a standalone, I think it is helpful to read High Stakes before diving into this book. Our protagonist is Tempest, a woman in her twenties who has spent her entire life as a Rose, an assassin for a secretRead the Post