The above linked article talks about new release romance books that were all recommended by romance novelists. I’ve read some. I own some. I have heard of some. It’s a beautiful list.
The above linked article talks about the lack of diversity in romance novels and the uproar that canceling the 2019 awards caused.
I am interested to know how this turns out. I hope that the diversity consultant they hire can help. Until today, I didn’t know there was such a thing as a diversity consultant, although it makes sense to me. You learn something new every day.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Like most romance books, we know from page one how this one will end. I laughed my way through this one. I loved the two main characters, and most of their families and friends had depth, so we fell in love with the side characters, too.
I loved that there was an epilogue, too, to tie up the loose ends. It was needed in this case, and I enjoyed every moment of it. I am looking forward to the next book in the series.
I enjoyed this story. I didn’t really know where it was going until the end, which was nice for a change. I did feel that a lot of the sex scenes were placed there for filler, like the author was being paid by word and had to get so many words onto the page to make it worthwhile.
The rest of the story was great. I will be reading other stories by the author, if I run into them.
I truly enjoyed this sweet romance. As usual, for most romance books, we know how it’ll end, but the journey to the end is fun and interesting.
It was a quick, enjoyable read and I look forward to reading more of the author’s books.
I met my reading goal for 2018. In fact, I exceeded it. I slowed down on the reading because of it. I shouldn’t, but I did.
Last night, I ended up going to sleep before 8 pm. My eyes were just too tired to read. Couldn’t focus on anything. So I just bundled up and slept. I will get back to it today.