When You Get the Chance by Emma Lord is fluffy and candy-sweet with sprinkles of life lessons, adorable family moments and of course romance.
With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo deals with a very sensitive and emotional story with absolute charm and without making it heavy.
Vampires, Hearts, & Other Dead Things by Margie Fuston is like two seperate dish which is trying hard to mix together but isn’t able to.
All Her Little Secrets by Wanda M. Morris is basically corporate politics against the backdrop of racial indiscrimination.
I would not recommend Dead Man Walking for the fear of somebody assuming that the relationship portrayed in the book is romance.
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid is one of the heaviest yet powerful book that you could ever grab on.
Not here to be liked justify the title. The central character is what she is. You may hate her or love her but can’t ignore her.
The theme of the book, You have a a match is so serious and dark that you can’t package it as a Hallmark movie and expect it to work.