In this Romance Review Roundup, I share my thoughts on THE GIRL WITH THE MAKE-BELIEVE HUSBAND by Julia Quinn, GETTING RID OF BRADLEY by Jennifer Crusie, and Ingrid Paulson’s WHY I LOATHE STERLING LANE.
April and May were jam-packed with good reads, interesting discussions in the comments, and all sorts of exciting happenings in my general life. And now summer’s almost here, y’all!
WHITE HOT is Ilona Andrews at their finest, delivering more epic world building, more snarky banter, and more swoon-worthy moments than ever.
Katherine Arden’s debut THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE is a lush, haunting story inspired by Russian folklore that tells of a girl determined to live life by her own rules.