This was a short and refreshing second-chance romance novel between childhood enemies.
In A New York Minute by Kate Spencer is at once funny and endearing, with a host of characters you do not want to miss.
In Reluctant Roommates, Tara Taylor Quinn, the author, took the tried and true forced cohabitation trope and spun it into a fantastic story of healing and love.
A fake-relationship between a love-obssessed homebody and a love-phobic doctor becomes real as they learn about the true meaning of love.
Stuck With You features a broken elevator, the miscommunication-chain trope, and an almost combustible attraction between the protagonists.
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.