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    The Borrow a Bookshop Holiday by Kiley Dunbar | Book Review

    Rating: The Borrow a Bookshop Holiday by Kiley Dunbar Genres: Romantic Comedy The Borrow-a-Bookshop Bookshop Café invites literature lovers to run their very own bookshop … for a fortnight. Spend your days talking books with customers in your own charming bookshop and serving up delicious cream teas in the cosy café. Bookworms, what are you waiting for? Your holiday is going to be LIT(erary). Apply to: The Borrow-a-Bookshop Bookshop Café, Down-a-long, Clove Lore, Devon. Jude Crawley should be on top of the world. She’s just graduated as a mature student, so can finally go public about her relationship with Philosophy professor, Mack. Until she sees Mack kissing another girl, and…

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    Fillmore Siblings Series by Melissa Schroeder | Book Review

    Rating: Hate to Love You by Melissa Schroeder Series: Fillmore Siblings #1 Genres: Romantic Comedy Dive into this sizzling romantic comedy from USA Today bestselling author Melissa Schroeder. He is absolutely, completely, and undoubtedly the one man I shouldn’t fantasize about. Other than being my boss, he’s too rigid, a workaholic with a checkered past when it comes to women. Knowing all that, I shouldn’t think about how his hands would feel on my body, or how his voice would sound when he whispered my name in the dark. But I can resist him. Mainly because he can’t stand me, and he’s the kind of boss who makes me think…

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    Just for Kicks by Tracy Solheim

    Rating: Just for Kicks by Tracy Solheim Series: Milwaukee Growlers Football #1 Genres: Romantic Comedy, Sports Romance, Scottish It was supposed to be just for kicks... Andi Larsen learned early on there is no such thing as fairy godmothers. A childhood spent in foster care will do that to a girl. She’s working her way through night school and is on the cusp of establishing her own business without help from anyone, thank you very much. But when her deadbeat ex steals her identity, amassing a staggering debt in her name, her fairy godmother appears in the guise of a spunky, Fireball whisky-wielding septuagenarian. The older woman’s solution for Andi?…

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    Mismatched in Mayhem by L.E. Rico

    Rating: Mismatched in Mayhem by L.E. Rico Series: Whiskey Sisters #4 Genres: Romantic Comedy Welcome to Mayhem, Minnesota, with its sweater-wearing cats and ultra-competitive trivia nights. Where love really does conquer all...if you’ll let it. Walker O’Halloran is finally ready to shed her “wild child” persona. Bartending at her family’s pub, babysitting her adorable niece and nephews, and getting her degree during the day. What she doesn’t do is date--or even think about dating. Ever. Until he walks into her bar, looking like a former Mr. Quarterback of the Football Team and Student Council President all rolled into one. No, thank you. Mason Stevens has a secret—and it prevents him…

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    Humbugged by Pippa Grant & Lili Valente

    Rating: Humbugged by Pippa Grant, Lili Valente Series: Happy Cat #4 Genres: Romantic Comedy He’s the world’s most alpha Marine and the last man I should be letting jingle my bells this holiday season. So why does Clint O’Dell keep running through my thoughts wearing nothing but a Santa hat? And why do I stupidly agree that we should be Christmas friends with benefits? Someone must have spiked my eggnog. I don’t do Marines. Or Santas. I learned my lesson about both the hard way. But when Clint steps in to rescue me—from a murderous goose, a rogue reindeer, and the ghost of Christmas Right Now causing trouble in my…

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    REVIEW: Maybe Later by Claudia Burgoa

    Rating: Maybe Later by Claudia Burgoa Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy My personal assistant—a.k.a. half my brain—has abandoned me to have a baby. Alright, alright, I’m not a total jerk, but the temporary virtual assistant Carla left in her place is driving me crazy. I’ve repeatedly refused to fill out Amy Walker’s way-too-friendly questionnaire. But somehow, she ninjas me into giving up details about my private life—all while suffering her oh-so-subtle jabs at my likes, dislikes, even my system for running my business. I don’t care what she heard, I am not a problem child. I just know what’s tried and true. At first, her feel-good P.S. quotes sounded more…