Tagged: contemporaryromance

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The Wishing Game | By Meg Shaffer

The Wishing Game is a whimsical tale and a tribute to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It is a nostalgic callback to all those kids, now adults, who waited for a letter from Hogwarts or a hidden Narnia in their wardrobe.

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Funny Story | By Emily Henry

Funny Story is yet another Emily Henry romance thatย  is made up of two vastly different yet vibrant and flawed central characters.

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Same Time Next Year | By Tessa Bailey

Same Time Next Year had an interesting yet familiar premise. It’s a fake dating, marriage of convenience trope and the story starts from page one.

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The Right Move | By Liz Tomforde

The Right Move was fun, entertaining and a comfort read. The whole ensemble cast with their main character energy from their own previous books or potential sequels makes this even more enjoyable to read.

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Unfortunately Yours | By Tessa Bailey

If you are picking up Unfortunately Yours, thinking you will get a fun, steamy rom-com and you can escape life for a few hours, you are absolutely right.

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Wedding Bell Time | By Sophie Toovey

Michael and Jen got their happily ever after in Bell Time. However, in this book, they explore the tricky subject of what comes after.

Mile High | By Liz Tomforde

When I picked up Mile High, I was looking for a fun romantic comedy to escape. It provided me with a wholesome story that is quite enjoyable.

Funny Feelings | By Tarah Dewitt

Funny Feelings is a straightforward romantic comedy. It has the friends-to-lovers and fake dating trope but it subverts our expectations by keeping things simple.

A Winter in New York | By Josie Silver

While romance is a big part of A Winter in New York, it is actually a romantic take on Iris’s life in New York. The book is more about her fresh start and the grief and trauma that she left behind.