A White Christmas on Winter Street is a cozy holiday read for people who love holiday reads that showcase the community spirit and warmth of a village just like Middle dip.
Death At the Manor is a spooky gothic thriller that you could consume in a single afternoon. Set in the regency era, it is quite in line with modern sensibilities.
One Night Only has that classic romantic comedy vibe, yet it is relatable in a modern-day dating context. I wouldn’t mind reading it again.
Magic, Lies and Deadly Pies is a half-baked thriller at best that aspires to be empowering but has a long way to get there.
Mr Nice Guy is a quick romance read. It is kinetic, steamy and has the heart that you look for in a romantic comedy.
The Rebound had quite the wholesome vibe like a Jane Austen novel. It is a witty and charming romance that takes place in an Irish village.
A quick look at all the books I plan to read in the month of March. It is quite a few in number but I hope it is power packed.
A witty, whimsical and fun ride, The Revenge of the Beast is a must-read if you have already started The Beast and the Bethany series.
Much Ado About a Latte is a simple and adorable romance in a quaint small town that gives you a pleasant vibe like Stars Hollow.
The Library is a heartwarming comfort read that delivers exactly what it promises. When you pick up the book, after reading the synopsis you expect a few things and the book provide all those moments in abundance.