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Anthology Review: Love Gone Viral: Five COVID-19 Related Romances (2020)

Heat Factor: Really ranges from fairly hot to more heartwarming.

Character Chemistry: A wide variety of people clicking in different ways.

Plot: This anthology examines different scenarios where people are able to overcome obstacles, find ways to cope together, connect, and ultimately find love during the pandemic.

Overall: I was pleasantly surprised by this after wondering if I was ready for pandemic lit.

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Review: Resolutions by Lucy Eden (2019)

Heat Factor: Steamy enough to satisfy.

Character Chemistry: They are pretty darn cute together.

Plot: In an attempt to stop being such a weenie after failing to tell her best friend she’s in love with him, Jane sets out to tackle a huge list of resolutions. When said best friend sees the list, he volunteers to help her finish them off before the New Year. 

Overall: I just want to pinch their cheeks because of all the cuteness.

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Review: You Had Me at Hola by Alexis Daria (2020)

Heat Factor: This sauce is spicy

Character Chemistry: Initial awkwardness leads to friendship leads to steam

Plot: Jasmine and Ashton are just running lines! They swear! Nothing to see here!

Overall: This is the wokest book I’ve ever read

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Review: From Lukov with Love by Mariana Zapata (2018)

Heat Factor: slooooooooooooow burn

Character Chemistry: sparking constantly

Plot: Pairs figure skating team antagonizes each other into a HEA

Overall: low drama, satisfying slow burn

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Review: Chaos & the Geek by Elizabeth Stevens (2020)

Grace Grayson Security, Book #1

Heat Factor: Pretty tame for open door sexytimes

Character Chemistry: Obviously living with the person you haven’t been able to talk to for years will result in everything resolving into a HEA because forced proximity

Plot: Pretty classic best friend’s sibling

Overall: There were some really good things and some things I wished hadn’t been there

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