Dear Ms. Hoang, As I enjoyed The Kiss Quotient, I was eager to read your follow-up contemporary romance, The Bride Test (It is not necessary to read The Kiss Quotient first; The Bride Test stands on its own).
For two sworn enemies, anything can happen during the Hawaiian trip of a lifetime—maybe even love—in this romantic comedy from the New York Times bestselling authors of Roomies. Olive Torres is used to being the unlucky twin: from inexplicable mishaps to a recent layoff, her life seems to be almost ... more >
Khai Diep has no feelings. Well, he feels irritation when people move his things or contentment when ledgers balance down to the penny, but not big, important emotions—like grief. And love. He thinks he’s defective. His family knows better—that his autism means he just processes emotions differently. When he steadfastly ... more >
Dear Alyssa Cole, Once again you have been blessed by the cover gods. But better than that, the inside of the book lives up to the promise of that beautiful cover. A Prince on Paper was lovely. I’m generally a hero-centric reader. And I did love Johan. But the star ... more >
When Agent Cooper Dayton agreed to attend the funeral for Oliver Park’s grandfather, he didn’t know what he was getting into. Turns out, the deceased was the alpha of the most powerful werewolf pack on the eastern seaboard. And his death is highly suspicious. Regardless, Cooper is determined to love ... more >
Dear Lucy Parker, The latest in your London Celebrities series, The Austen Playbook, is another charming delight, featuring an icy, cynical Slytherin hero and an easygoing open-hearted Hufflepuff heroine, each dealing with their own family dramas – which somehow collide together into a spectacular mess and, ultimately of course, a ... more >