Review

Review: If the Boot Fits by Rebekah Weatherspoon (2020)

Cowboys of California, Book #2

(Review of Cowboys of California, Book #1)

Heat Factor: The characters talk freely and often but the action itself is not so lengthy or involved

Character Chemistry: Very natural and low key

Plot: Cinderella but with an Oscar-winning actor as the prince and a terrible employer as the steps

Overall: It wasn’t really a page turner, but it was very cozy

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Review: A Reluctant Attraction by Rosanna Leo (2021)

The Handymen, Book #3

Reviews of previous books in The Handymen series: Book #1, Book #2

Heat Factor: It was…delicious.

Character Chemistry: They were soooooo good together in just so many ways which is just how this series is from start to stop.

Plot: Nick takes on the last project for the Handymen TV series after being the subject of a pretty demeaning cyberbullying campaign. The property is owned by Claire, a widow who is in desperate need of a fresh start—and sparks fly almost instantaneously. 

Overall: UGHHH this is such a phenomenal end to the Handymen Series and I loved it so much.

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Review: First Comes Like by Alisha Rai (2021)

Modern Love, Book 3

Review of Modern Love, Book 2

Heat Factor: A little at the end, but nothing too spicy

Character Chemistry: They are pretty cute together 

Plot: Catfishing leads to friendship leads to fake engagement 

Overall: I enjoyed this one

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Review: Geekerella by Ashley Poston (2017)

Once Upon a Con, Book #1

Heat Factor: Extremely chaste

Character Chemistry: They’re so texty texty cute. In person…¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Plot: Cinderella + You’ve Got Mail + fandoms

Overall: I’m not sure the “Aww” outweighs my rage at nearly every single character’s behavior

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Review

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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