Wait for It

Annabelle has had it with the cold winter of Boston. Add onto that her ex-husband proposing to her unexpected and she’s more than happy to take a new job in Arizona offered to her by her best friend Sophie. When Annabelle arrives in Arizona, her new home, owned by recluse Nick Daire, is perfect except…

Pack up the Moon

Welp, this book wrecked me. The synopsis should really include a warning to the effect of, “Will make you cry the entire time but also won’t let you put the book down” Lauren and Josh have the perfect life. Both are thriving professionally and their love for each other is the stuff of fairy tales….

People We Meet on Vacation

Last year Emily Henry’s release adult targeted book, Beach Read, was a favorite summer read for me and you can see my review for it HERE. Written in a similar style People We Meet on Vacation is more optimistic than it’s predecessor Beach Read which while it was a contemporary romance, it dived into some…

Hana Khan Carries On

Hana Khan Carries On is Uzma Jalaluddin’s sophomore novel. Set in Toronto, this book is sweet, fun, and tackles the hard topic of racism. Jalaluddin also does a fabulous job of depicting the differences between many of the South Asian cultures. In this You’ve Got Mail modern retelling, Hana Khan is a 24 year old…

Lost, Found, & Forever

Raise you’re hand if you’re a dog person! Me, I am! In case you didn’t notice based on the pictures of my pupper all over Speaking Of. Lost, Found, and Forever is just the book for all my dog lovers. This not so typical romance follows dog stop owner Justine and her rescue pup Spencer….

15 Romances for the Non-Romantic Reader

I am by no means an expert on Romance reads. In fact they are my least read genre besides non-fiction books. I do occasionally stray into Romance land though, especially during February, because Valentine’s Day duh! I’m a huge fan of cheesy Hallmark romance movies, but I just cannot do a ton of cheesy romance…

Layla

I’ve only read two Colleen Hoover books. One being Verity and this one, Layla, I have yet to venture into the world of traditional CoHo romance books and while I’ve been meaning to dive into that world, Verity has set my CoHo bar wayyyy high! Like Verity, Layla, is a mixture of genres. In this…

In a Holidaze

In a Holidaze is my very first Christina Lauren book. While I know their books are wildly popular, I’m not a huge romance fan and had yet to dive into any of them. When Jordan and I decided that we wanted to read something ‘fun’ and ‘Christmasy’ for our December Let’s Read Rant and Repeat…

A Rogue of One’s Own

Thoughts I loved Bringing Down the Duke last year, and knew I needed to read the second book in the League of Extraordinary Women series. This time we follow Lord Ballatine and Lady Lucie, who we met in the first book. Tristian is of course amazing in this book. He’s much deeper than we originally…