Bossman by Vi Keeland isnt any different from other books of the same genre. So much so that it all seems to blur together.
The Wall of Winnipeg and Me by Mariana Zapata is a slow romance that builds on two people, then their chemistry rather than the opposite.
Surprisingly the romance of Ride by Harper Dallas was the biggest deal breaker for me owing partly to a central male character.
Stay with Me by Jennifer L. Armentrout went in the typical route and the same reason is also why you can pick this book.
How to Kill Men and Get Away With It by Katy Brent is worth picking up without taking it seriously and enjoying it as a dark comedy.
False Witness by Karin Slaughter with so much dark stuff that it may stay in your head for a while and prepare for a heavy ride.
The Bangalore Detectives Club by Harini Nagendra would work as a time capsule. It but apart from that it struggles to perform as a thriller
Walk the Wire by David Baldacci deals with a whole lot of things, conspiracy, murder, military, and a whole lot of complications.
One of Us Is Dead by Jeneva Rose is more of a desperate housewife meets Gossip girl vibes but bit more ruthless, secretive and manipulative.
I am a devout fan of Hazelwood and that is why I would be the last person to say anything against Love Theoretically by Ali Hazelwood