This Jewish girl loves Christmas, so get ready for Christmas romance reviews coming your way. You’re a Mean One, Matthew Prince grabbed me immediately from the title. It immediately implied a fun and whimsical story, which the book definitely delivered. Matthew starts the book as a young and spoiled child of extreme privilege, cut off … More Review: You’re a Mean One, Matthew Prince by Timothy Janovksy
I have loved all of Emma Lord’s novels. Her writing has an unrelenting energy and charisma that just flies off every page. She makes you feel like her main characters are speaking to you and like you are their close friend. Begin Again feels darker than Lord’s other books. It prominently features grief over the … More ARC Review: Begin Again by Emma Lord
When in Rome is an easy and cozy read. I have a special soft spot in my heart for Southerners working in pie shops thanks to Waitress. Noah Walker may not be Jenna Hunterson, but the book did make me smile. As someone who owns Roman Holiday on DVD and has watched it many times … More ARC Review: When in Rome by Sarah Adams
Title: Those Summer Nights Author: Laura Silverman Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books Release Date: 8/23/22 Genre: Contemporary Age Range: Young Adult Trigger Warnings: Underage drinking, death/grief, parental discord Rating: ★★★★ Publisher’s Summary: After recovering from a life-changing injury, a teen girl must navigate a new summer job, an ex-best friend, and two surprisingly attractive coworkers in this romp … More ARC Review: Those Summer Nights by Laura Silverman
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