• Books,  Reviews

    The Rom-Commers

    Emma Wheeler has trained to be a screenwriter, but she’s also the sole caretaker for her dad, who needs full-time care. When the chance to re-write a script for famous screenwriter Charlie Yates, her professional hero, she can't pass it up. But they say don’t meet your heroes. Charlie doesn’t want to write with anyone. Worse, the romantic comedy he’s written is so terrible that it defies the word. But Emma’s not going down without a fight. She will stand up for herself, and for rom-coms, and for love itself.

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    Right Where We Left Us

    Temperance Jean Madigan and Duncan Brady have never gotten it right. After one radiant, secret summer together when they were eighteen, they’ve been on-again off-again ever since. When a wedding at the Brady’s vineyard lands TJ there for the summer, their mutual avoidance strategies prove impossible. When forced proximity begins to chip away at their armor, buried tensions resurface, old wounds urge confrontation, and once-in-a-lifetime love demands one last chance to finally get it right.

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    Thank You for Listening

    When a friend and I went to hear Taylor Jenkins Reid speak during her book tour for Carrie Soto, she raved about this book by the woman who has narrated many of her books.

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    The Heart Principle

    To be honest, I had doubts going into this one because The Kiss Quotient was just okay for me.... after reading a few reviews from people saying that they didn't care for TKQ but that they really liked this one, I said okay, let's go.

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    The Christmas Wish

    I was led to believe that this was a holiday romcom, but this marketing is a bit misleading. It has romance, yes, and it had a lot of humorous lines and situations, but the focus of the story wasn’t romance so much as it was about family dynamics and understanding that people aren’t always as together as they seem.

  • Books,  Books, WIPs, + Sips,  Reviews

    Love on the Brain

    The first thing I have to say about this book that isn't really about this book at all is that I have had that Rhianna song stuck in my head since reading the title of this one. Weeks, friends. Weeks. It's a good song, but I'm ready for something else LOL.

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    Book Lovers

    The first thing that struck me immediately is the writing itself. It was quick, clever and downright hilarious. The back and forth banter often reminded me of Gilmore Girls, and the small town that the book takes place in had a total Stars Hollow vibe to it, even down to the town hall meeting that Nora attended for pure entertainment purposes just like Lorelei. I was hooked!