Fans of Kpop and Kdramas are going to love this one. It has all the makings of a young-adult kdrama—the emotion, the characters, and the scene. This is definitely worth checking out.
A fake-relationship between a love-obssessed homebody and a love-phobic doctor becomes real as they learn about the true meaning of love.
A young-adult contemporary romance with a meet-cute that’s positively enchanting. This book features a set of adorable characters plowing through heartrending circumstances to find their happily ever after.
Being Mary Bennet features a teen learning to give love, receive love, and appreciate love in all its genuine forms. This is a young-adult coming-of-age novel that everybody should read.
I’m happy and sad and happy and sad—that’s what a good book does to you. Cheers to Shakespeare and his ability to tug on my heartstrings even from the great beyond!
Stuck With You features a broken elevator, the miscommunication-chain trope, and an almost combustible attraction between the protagonists.
For a trope that’s pretty hard to mess-up, Mr. Wrong Number didn’t live up to my expectations—and, I had many before going in.
Xala chronicles a man’s search for a cure to his temporary impotency while revealing the workings of the economic and social system of Senegal.
Fake It Till You Break It is an excellent rendition of the friends-to-lovers and fake relationship trope. Full of heart, love, and pure friendship, this is a must-read.
The Sweetest Oblivion by Danielle Lori features a jaded antihero male protagonist and a mafia princess determined to not live up to her reputation.
Kind of Cursed by Stephanie Fournet explores the budding romance between an orphaned and supposedly fertile woman and a man contracted to reconstruct her house.
What happens when you lose your wife, legs, and occupation to an accident? You rely on your family. But, then, what if your family isn’t all they make themselves out to be?
Almost Impossible by Nicole Williams is a cutesy Young-Adult vacation romance between a girl looking to put down roots and a boy whose feet are firmly planted on the ground.
Jolene and Jason have this romance thing on lock. When has it ever been heard that a friends-with-benefits arrangement didn’t morph into a relationship??
Who doesn’t love a good old business rivalry? Nobody! Discover how this duo learn about love, friendship, and business. With lots of love, food, and music, this is an absolute gem.
This book has re-confirmed my decision to avoid the enemies-to-lovers trope. It was well written and the narrators’ superb performances were the only high points.
I had my fair share of laughs while reading this title, but I couldn’t get past how vile Gemma was. Josh, on the other hand, was endearing and entirely too sweet for his own good.
Reading new-to-me authors is fun on occasion and this is one situation where I wasn’t disappointed. Loved every scene!
If you want to get into an early christmassy mood, here’s a YA-romance set in a small town where Christmas is a year-round celebration!
Lorraine Heath has stolen my heart and I won’t be calling the police. Also, how many book boyfriends can make me liable for polyandry? Asking for a friend. xoxo