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Love, From A to Z by Robin Alexander

⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ Robin Alexander books are like a carefully hoarded treat that we dip into when we feel rather deserving. Though this one was...

Jericho By Ann McMan


Warm interactions. Adorable supporting characters. Totally loveable MCs. Fluid writing. Painstaking detailing. Slow burn. Excellent dialogue. Crackling chemistry. What’s there not to love!

Syd Murphy is in the midst of a divorce and fleeing to find some space. She ends up in Jericho, a small town as a librarian. It is an eighteen-month engagement. In Jericho she meets Maddie Stevenson, the town doctor who kinda moonlights as the town handyman also. Besides Maddie, Jericho also offers up a handful or other colourful characters. Syd and Maddie thoroughly enjoy each other’s company and become friends. But it is not just platonic enjoyment of the other that is drawing and tying them together. The latent attraction and crackling chemistry cannot be long ignored. The growing feelings she has for Maddie throws the hitherto straight Syd into a tizzy and struggling to deal with the new layers that she is finding in herself.

The book is long (okay, a tad too long) and there are a couple of truly weird scenes. Like we do not understand what pretending to be a couple in front of Maddie’s mother was supposed to achieve, except set stage for a pretend-kiss. That was a little clumsy and forced in an otherwise excellent book. Similarly, the whole crazy-man-attacking-and-burning-down-Syd’s-house plot line was a forced plot point to make the MCs move in and live together.

But this is easily amongst the most engaging lesfic romances available. Just dive into it and you’ll surely emerge with a huge smile.


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