Adult Fiction, Romance, Series

All The Beautiful Bodies by Danielle Porter

Ages 18+

All The Beautiful Bodies (City of Darkness #1)

Author Eve Winters lives her life as secluded as possible. Everything changes, however, when she releases a tell-all memoir about her life as a prostitute and her affair with a married man.

Sophia Grayson, who is Eve’s former student and an author herself, attends Eve’s book signing, except Eve is MIA. An announcement is made that Eve has gone missing. Although disappointed, Sophia decides to delve into Eve’s memoir.

Filled with twists, turns, and scandals, All the Beautiful Bodies is a sexy thriller you don’t want to miss!

Thanks to the author for a review copy of this book.

Adult Fiction, ARC Reviews, Romance

Window on the Bay by Debbie Macomber

Ages 18+

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Debbie Macomber’s new novel follows best friends Jenna and Maureen as they rediscover themselves and search for love. Jenna has been a divorcee for the last 20 years, and finds herself with an empty nest as both of the children she raised as a single mother are now off at college.

When Jenna’s elderly mother falls and breaks her hip, she meets Dr. Rowan Lancaster, who instantly takes a linking to her.

Maureen is a librarian with a not-so-secret admirer who jokingly calls her Marian the Librarian whenever stops by the library to see her on his lunch break.

The two women, although maintaining their own lives, support each other the way a best friend should.

Macomber’s fans won’t be disappointed!

Thanks to Netgalley.com for a review copy of this book.

ARC Reviews, Romance, Series, YA Fiction

No Place Like Here by Christina June

Grades 9 – 12

No Place Like Here

The third in the series, this book follows Ashlyn, whose life is turned upside down when her father is sent to jail for tax evasion and her mother goes to rehab. She has just come home from boarding school and is looking forward to spending the summer relaxing with her BFF Tatum, but the unforeseen circumstances lead her to work with a cousin she’s never met at a retreat center for kids instead. Can she make it work or will it be the worst summer of her life?

Thanks to Netgalley.com for a review copy of this book.

 

Adult Fiction, ARC Reviews, Romance, Series

The Wedding Party by Jasmine Guillory

Ages 18+

The Wedding Party

Jasmine Guillory has done it again! The third book in the Wedding Date series, this book was just as steamy as the first two. Maddie and Theo, two of Alexa’s best friends, hate each other, and they have sworn each other off. That is, until they sleep together, and then insist it’s a mistake. The only problem is, neither can stop thinking about the other. Try as they may, Maddie and Theo can’t keep their hands off each other. They keep seeing each other, but do it behind Alexa’s back. They’re convinced this will work forever, but something’s gotta give!

Thanks to Netgalley.com for a review copy of this book.

Adult Fiction, ARC Reviews, Romance

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren

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Olive’s twin sister Ami got married and won an all-inclusive honeymoon to Hawaii for her and her new husband. However, when almost every wedding guest gets food poisoning at the wedding, Ami insists that Olive take the trip in her place, which sounds great, except she has to go with her sworn enemy, Ethan, who is the best man and the only other wedding guest who didn’t get sick. The two agree to go on the trip and avoid each other at all costs, but this is easier said than done. Will it be worth it in the end or a total disaster of a trip?

Thanks to Netgalley.com for a review copy of this book.

Adult Fiction, Romance

The Life Lucy Knew by Karma Brown

Ages 18+

lucyLucy Sparks wakes up in a hospital after hitting her head to find that most of her memories are a lie. She wonders why her husband is nowhere to be seen, and is horrified when her parents tell her that she’s not actually married. The wedding and marriage that live in her head are examples of what her doctors call false memories, things that she makes up to fill the gaps after her coma. She was in fact engaged at one time, but it was broken off years earlier. She now has a boyfriend, Matt, with whom she lives, but remembers him presently only as a colleague. Lucy is very confused as Matt seems to be a nice person, but she realizes she’s still in love with her ex-fiance. Will she get over her feelings for him and stay with Matt? Or is she destined to be alone after this tragic accident? 

 

LGBTQIA, Romance, YA Fiction

What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera

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Two boys meet at a post office where one of them is attempting to mail a box full of his ex-boyfriend’s things. However, neither ask the other’s name, and they both decide they find each other attractive enough to go on a search and meet up again. But what if they can’t find each other? What if it doesn’t work out? Or what if it’s meant to be? This is a love story of epic proportions that you’d only expect from an Abertalli-Silvera collab that’s not to be missed!