The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang⸺A heartwarming and refreshing debut novel that proves one thing: there’s not enough data in the world to predict what will make your heart tick. Stella Lane thinks math is the only thing that unites the universe. She comes up with algorithms to predict customer purchases–a job that has given her more money than she knows what to do with, and way less experience in the dating department than the average thirty-year-old.
Finding Felix by Jo Platt⸺A family wedding. A fake boyfriend. A recipe for disaster! A funny, feel-good romantic comedy from bestseller Jo Platt about finding something you didn't even know you were looking for. Finding Felix is perfect for fans of Anna Bell, Tracy Bloom and Debbie Viggiano.
The Lucky Dress by Aimee Brown⸺Hi awesome fellow bookworms! It's my stop on today's The Lucky Dress blog tour and Aimee Brown is our special guest for the author spotlight, a segment I’m calling Behind The Pages. I read that she's a huge fan of 90's romantic comedies where she thinks they're not the same anymore. And today she's sharing a love letter dedicated to all Hollywood to see!
Emi Harrison has avoided her ex-fiance, Jack Cabot, for nearly two years. Her twin brother Evan's wedding is about to end that streak. From bad bridesmaids' dresses, a hyperactive sister-in-law, a mean girl with even meaner secrets, and too much to drink, nothing seems to go right for Emi, except when she's wearing her little gray dress.
We all have our lucky dress... an irresistibly hilarious rom-com: perfect for fans of Anna Bell, Jo Watson and Sophie Kinsella. Emi Harrison hasn't been feeling particularly lucky lately. Ever since her ex-fiancée, Jack Cabot, successfully shattered her heart into a million pieces. She's managed to avoid him for a whole year, but all that's about to change at her brother Evan's wedding...
Alex has planned and executed her life with laser focus since she first met her future husband at the play-doh table on the first day of kindergarten. They have a terrific life, a gorgeous house on the bay, and fantastic careers they love. There's only one problem: Alex's husband Michael is gay, a fact he neglected to mention in the 23 years since they first met.
The Hating Game by Sally Thorne is an enjoyable romantic comedy with a rather delightful characters and witty banter, a story that will dig up sweet personal emotions and experience or fun memories that will both stay and sway to gear your hearts up.
From the author of Love To Hate You, You Drive Me Crazy and Until Love Do As Part, comes a smart, romantic comedy about how finding The One doesn't always have to be love at first sight. I think this book is more YA-ish compare to her previous writings. I really enjoyed the story and I would recommend this to everyone who wanted a change on reading atmosphere, from a heavy mystery or thriller to a light-hearted and fun read.
Lady Aurelia Osbourne-Lloyd has long wished her bank balance was as big as her name. But her home, Leydale Park, is more of a pile in a state than stately pile, and with her father off ‘finding himself’ in Thailand, it’s up to her to turn the family fortunes around by entertaining demanding tourists.
Prosecco and Promises by A.L. Michael is a beautiful piece of tale about loss, grief and second chances. It is a story that translate history, culture and tradition into a personal, honest experience of love, new beginnings and happy endings.
You Drive Me Crazy by Anna Premoli was like watching a love flick Korean series. The storyline was appealing with an equal mixed of total hotness, drama and humor. Mark's character was sweet, extreme and intimidating. I love their chemistry and the banters were very smart, it absolutely made my day! I was grinning from ear to ear that I had to hang on in every dialogue. This story literally drove me crazy!