Adult Fiction book review

Stupid Love by Tara Wyatt

Stupid Love is the first book in The Prescotts series, featuring the Prescott brothers, a devilishly handsome group who are breaking hearts and turning heads all across New York City. This is a best friends to lovers romance with a lot of steam. I hope you love it as much as I did! Theo Prescott… Continue reading Stupid Love by Tara Wyatt

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Forever. Never. Always. by Hanna Holt

Looking for a small town second-chance romance with all the feels? Hanna Holt's debut novel, Forever. Never. Always., releasing February 3, 2021 is the perfect choice. Filled with both sweet family moments and steamy romance, it is a quick and satisfying read. Ash Forester is the oldest of 9 children, and at 30 years old,… Continue reading Forever. Never. Always. by Hanna Holt

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Happy Singles Day by Ann Marie Walker

Librarian Laura's Review of Happy Singles Day If you are looking for a quick, entertaining romantic story, this is a perfect fit! Happy Singles Day was a dose of joy for me. The story line easily hooks the reader from the start and the romance is closed door, fade-to-black, but with steamy intent. It has… Continue reading Happy Singles Day by Ann Marie Walker

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The Marriage Code by Brooke Burroughs

Librarian Laura's Review of The Marriage Code Emma Delaney is a software developer located in Seattle. She recently created Helix, a literacy acceleration software, and she is very proud of it. She is looking forward to seeing it through the next steps, as well as the next project she and her team will take on.… Continue reading The Marriage Code by Brooke Burroughs

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2020: A year for the record books…and a lot of wonderful books!

Here are my top 12 books read in 2020. Happy New Year! The Giver of Stars by JoJo Moyes (Historical Fiction)Happy Trail by Daisy Prescott (Small Town, Contemporary Romance)The Boy From the Woods by Harlan Coben (Mystery, Suspense)What You Wish For by Katherine Center (Contemporary Fiction)Beach Read by Emily Henry (Contemporary Fiction, Romance)The Guest List… Continue reading 2020: A year for the record books…and a lot of wonderful books!

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Layla by Colleen Hoover

Librarian Laura's Review of Layla Having read all of Colleen Hoover's books, I was very excited to read her newest one, Layla. At first, I was a little leery only because of the "paranormal romance" genre tag. I am not into paranormal romance or any type of abnormal romance tropes. I like to read romance… Continue reading Layla by Colleen Hoover

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Florence Adler Swims Forever by Rachel Beanland

Review originally published in Library Journal, July 2020. The determined daughter of Jewish bakery owners in Atlantic City, Florence Adler, 20, starts the summer of 1934 swimming, as she trains for an upcoming trip to France to swim the English Channel. When the siren of the sea's life is cut short in tragedy, Esther and Joseph… Continue reading Florence Adler Swims Forever by Rachel Beanland

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Noel, Alabama by Susan Sands

Who is ready for all the holiday reads? I know I am! Here's a perfect start to kickoff the holiday reading season! Noel, Alabama is the story of Bailey Boone who returns home to Ministry, Alabama after spending 12 years on her career in Los Angeles. Being back in Ministry forces Bailey to confront many… Continue reading Noel, Alabama by Susan Sands

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Little Lies by Helena Hunting

Lavender Waters and Kodiak Bowman grew up together and used to be close friends. Their fathers worked and played for the same NHL hockey team, and their mothers are also close friends. Kodiak is a few years older than Lavender and her twin brother River, and he's always been best friends with Lavender's older brother… Continue reading Little Lies by Helena Hunting

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The Roommate by Rosie Danan

For a romance novel, The Roommate by Rosie Danan has it all - steamy romance, forced proximity angst between characters (shared bathroom, anyone?), friendship, hilarious moments & heartfelt love. Clara doesn't intend to fall in love with anyone (well, maybe Everett), but especially not the roommate that ends up staying in the house where she… Continue reading The Roommate by Rosie Danan