ARC Review: Love on the Brain

Love on the Brain by Ali Hazelwood Publication Date: 23 August 2022 "It is a truth universally acknowledged that a community of women trying to mind their own business must be in want of a random man's opinion." - Bee Königswasser If Ali Hazelwood was worried about following up The Love Hypothesis, the  must-read book that... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Café Con Lychee

Café Con Lychee by Emery Lee Publication Date: 10 May 2022 I had decidedly mixed feelings about this one. Our main characters, Theo and Gabi, are sons of rival café owners who put their differences aside to save their family businesses from the shiny new World Fusion Café that has moved into town. I absolutely... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Fool Me Once

Fool Me Once by Ashley WinsteadPublication date: 05 April 2022 A rom-com that is so much more, Ashley Winstead's Fool Me Once was a delightful read. Our heroine Lee, known as Stoner to her friends, works for a company that produces electric vehicles (better than Tesla and women-owned!). She is trying to bring green energy... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: She Gets the Girl

She Gets the Girl by Rachael Lippincott and Alyson DerrickPublication Date: 05 April 2022 I requested an ARC of this title because the blurb had me hooked with some of my favorite things: a sapphic, opposites attract, enemies to lovers, trying to get the wrong girl romance? Sign me up! But this book was so... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: A Wedding on Sunshine Corner

A Wedding on Sunshine Corner by Phoebe MillsPublication Date: 29 March 2022 Book two in the Sunshine Corner series brings us a fun enemies-to-lovers, brother's best friend tale. Savannah Lowe works at Abby's daycare from book one, and she has been put in charge of the new preschool. Savannah, the baby of a family with... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Dating Dr. Dil

Dating Dr. Dil by Nisha SharmaPublication Date: 15 March 2022 I definitely had a love-hate relationship going with Dating Dr. Dil. I loved the Southeast Asian culture representation. It's not something I'm completely familiar with, but I have enjoyed learning as I've read more books centered on Southeast Asian characters. I loved the descriptions of... Continue Reading →

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