My Favorite Romances NOT in Romance Books

Last year, I read a lot of romance novels. Which I haven’t done since I was a teenager (I read a lot of Meg Cabot back then). But one thing I have always, consistently loved reading are books that fit into other genres and have romantic subplots. I love a good romance in any book, […]

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Book Review | Love, Unscripted

I’ve mentioned a few times that last year, I got really into reading romance. And I read a lot of great ones. So I thought I’d take a chance on a debut romance author and read Owen Nicholls’s Love Unscripted. It sounded kind of like 500 Days of Summer, which definitely sounded intriguing. (All reviews […]

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Romance Recommendations

I’ll be honest: I kind of hate Valentine’s Day. I’m not a fan of pink or hearts (the shape of which was originally modeled after female anatomy or ancient contraceptives – and yes, I ruin a lot of things with history #sorrynotsorry). And I don’t like a holiday that gives couples unreasonable expectations and single […]

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Book Review | Would Like to Meet

This year is the year I finally came to terms with how much I love romance novels. Specifically, romantic comedies. Which is really no surprise since I love rom coms. Why I never thought I would also love them in book form, I will never know. But I have seen the light, and I’m not […]

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Book Review | Meet Cute

This year, I have been eating my words and discovering that I actually do enjoy romance novels. I know, shocking. I love rom coms, so I don’t know why I thought I wouldn’t. But I am more than making up for it by reading all the romance novels I can get my hands on. Okay, […]

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Book Review | Red, White & Royal Blue

There are very few things I don’t read. But there are a few genres I read very, very rarely. One of those is romance (it’s just not something I gravitate towards). I can count on one hand the number of books I’ve read that are just romance books (not other genres with a romantic subplot), […]

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Book Review | Kismet

I’m not sure why, but lately I’ve been getting the urge to read books that are not what I typically reach for. Case in point: Kismet, a novel that decidedly fits into the romance category. I like romance in books, but I normally enjoy it more in the context of other generes (i.e. fantasy or historical […]

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