If you’re looking for an author who writes great romantic comedies, look no further than Lauren Blakely. She has a zabillion books out (including some YA novels under a different name), but her romantic comedies are by far my favorites. Unfortunately for me, she’s VERY prolific and publishes a new book every two months. So, I’m a little behind on reading them all, but her last book, The Knocked Up Plan, jumped to the top of my TBR list the day it came out.
And I didn’t regret it for a moment.
Like all her romantic comedies, it’s sexy and funny. I couldn’t put it down. If you love friends-to-lover romances and pregnancy (or secret baby) romances, I highly recommend it.
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For my Romantic Read Of The Week recommendation this week, I decided to go with a book by one of my favorite romantic comedy authors: Emma Chase.
With her Tangled series, I swear my husband was close to divorcing me. I kept laughing out loud while he was trying to sleep. It’s one of my favorite all-time romantic comedy series.
But that’s not my romantic read for the week this time. It would be Overruled from The Legal Briefs series. The series is about a group of young lawyers and their comedy of errors when it comes to falling in love. With Overruled, it’s a dual point of view story that’s bound to have you laughing in no time. Love this book and love Stanton (the hero)!
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Because I’m a reader as well as an author, I’ve decided to start a weekly feature on this blog. Each Wednesday, I’ll showcase a book that I’ve read and fallen in love with. These novels will be predominantly adult romances, but I’ll also showcase Young Adult and New Adult books.
One thing you’ll notice with my weekly posts is that I won’t be reviewing the books. I might point out what I loved about them, but that’s about it. There are numerous reasons for this.
I’m a HUGE fan of Jill Shalvis’s books. In my opinion, you can’t go wrong with any of them. They are emotional reads that are filled with humor, sexy times, incredible characters, and amazing writing. Sweet Little Lies is the first of her latest series. The other books include The Trouble With Mistletoe and Accidentally on Purpose. Each story is standalone, with a hero or heroine who was a secondary character from a previous book in the series.
Have you read any of Jill Shalvis’s books?
Stay tuned for Friday when I’ll have a new giveaway happening. You can win a $50 Amazon gift card!
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