When Sam, aka Dr. Love, needs material for her relationship advice column, she has no shortage of stories from her four best friends. This laugh-out-loud series follows all five women as they stumble toward their happily ever afters. With no shortage of quirky characters, witty banter, and hilarious moments, you’ll find yourself laughing, cheering, and maybe even needing a tissue or two.
A read-along story to remind us that… The Wonderful World Was Waiting. The second title from Lauren Fennemore and Zoe Damoulakis, whose picture book The Year We Muddled Through – also about lockdown – was published successfully last year.
Join Ashley and Winston in the Skyscraper Cinderella trilogy. Based on the fairy tale you know and love… With a scorching hot modern-day twist! Advance warning, since you start reading it will be hard to stop until you know how it ends.
Ruff! Ruff! Hello, Ruffles! Ruffles is a typical toddler who experiences all the highs and lows of preschool life as he learns about the world around him. There are lots of things he likes . . . and lots of things he doesn’t!
Jade West’s explosive Starcrossed Lovers trilogy set in the world of Midnight Dynasty featuring a Morelli and Constantine, with warring families – how can they ever be more than just enemies?
The Beauty and the Beast trilogy is a full-length trio of novels from USA Today bestselling author Amelia Wilde about revenge, family secrets, and the redeeming power of love.
New York Times bestselling author Jaci Burton brings a series of irresistible cowboys and unforgettable weddings with this charming Boots and Bouquets series.
A read-along story to remember… The year we muddled through. For all families, big and small who muddled through 2020. Always look for rainbows.
Meet the Billionaire Bosses who you’d think have a relatively easy life with all that money at their disposal, however, when it comes to love their lives are anything but simple.
Having fallen down a dark mafia romance hole the last few months I had promised myself that I would make an attempt to work through my NetGalley and BookSprout ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) reading lists. On the whole, I have done really well, managing to enjoy quite a few books from an array of authors.