We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This, Rachel Lynn Solomon

We Can't Keep Meeting Like This, Rachel Lynn Solomon

We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This by Rachel Lynn Solomon is the wedding planning rom-com I have been waiting for. Following a harpist and a caterer, this one contains the perfect amount of awkwardness and two complex main characters. The book also normalizes casual mental health representation, and I enjoyed the open conversations the characters have about it. This is the perfect summer contemporary, balancing fluff with thoughtful discussions. Continue reading

Review: Made in Korea by Sarah Suk

Review: Made in Korea by Sarah Suk

Made in Korea by Sarah Suk is the perfect read for those who enjoy the rivals to lovers trope. I loved the concept of rival K-beauty businesses, and the main characters are well-developed. This one also has the sweetest grandmother character, who makes the book even more special. If you’re looking for a tense yet feel-good read this spring, this is definitely one to pick up. Continue reading

Review: Take Me Home Tonight by Morgan Matson

Review: Take Me Home Tonight by Morgan Matson

Take Me Home Tonight by Morgan Matson was one of my most anticipated reads this spring since I love books with both chaos and companionship. This book delivers on both aspects, as the main characters spend a wild night in New York City and discover more about themselves and each other during their adventures. However, too much of the story is far-fetched, and some of the plot is unnecessary, especially considering the length of the book. This may not be my favourite of Morgan Matson’s books, but I can’t deny that it is so much fun. Continue reading

Review: What I Like About You by Marisa Kanter

Review: What I Like About You by Marisa Kanter

What I Like About You by Marisa Kanter is a story about a love triangle that really only has two people in it. I normally shy away from books about social media or books since they are generally cringey, but this one has a little more depth to it. I enjoyed the balance of wholesome moments with more heavy ones, but the main character became a little bit frustrating. The love triangle is meant to be a nice tension, but since Halle brings all the drama upon herself and technically has the power to end it at any time, it is difficult to feel sorry for her. However, I still liked the overall concept, and I enjoyed reading the book. Continue reading