An emotional and tangled love story that is proves anytime can be the right time.
I ended my romance reading year with a few historical romances! The Bluestocking by Christi Caldwell The Killoran siblings worked hard to overcome their gang lord father’s cruel legacy. When the youngest Killoran son is discovered to be the kidnapped son of a Marquess his eldest sister Gertrude goes alont to accompany him to hisRead the Post
Something To Talk About by Meryl Wilsner This debut tells the slo-o-o-o-w burn romance between a Chinese-American showrunner in her 40s and her younger assistant. A Hollywood workplace romance with this kind of power dynamic may sound cringe but Wilsner navigates it effectively. Still, I could never fully engage with this one. I found theRead the Post
30-year-old computer engineer Samiah Brooks is dominating in her professional life but not so much in her love life. After a confrontation with a cheating date goes Twitter viral she and her friends decide they need to put off finding a boyfriend and instead do a boyfriend project–a special project just for themselves before theyRead the Post
IDK why I keep trying with these Berkley books. I really try to come at them with an open mind but by the time I got to the end of this one I was just annoyed with everybody. Real Men Knit probably has one of the best log lines of 2020: Four brothers begrudgingly comeRead the Post
Christmas romance who? This year I read two winter holiday novellas set around New Year’s Eve and Thanksgiving. A Tale of Two Cities: A New Year’s Novella by Alexandra Warren It’s New Year’s Eve and professional dancer Cheyenne Foster is ready to make it official with her almost-boyfriend but is shocked to discover he hasRead the Post