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Undercover Bromance (Bromance Book Club, #2) by Lyssa Kay Adams

Buy Undercover Bromance Special price: $12.80 Regular price: $16.00 Publisher: Berkley Format: Paperback Reviewer: Melissa on July 10, 2020 Rating: 4 out of 5 stars I don’t typically read the description of a book—anyone who reads my reviews regularly would know this. Even though I didn’t read the description for Lyssa Kay Adams‘ Undercover Bromance, in hindsight, I knew that Liv and Mack would be… Read more →

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The Bromance Book Club (Bromance Book Club, #1) by Lyssa Kay Adams

It’s smart, it’s sexy, and it’s a book that you won’t be able to put down. When I first heard about the concept for The Bromance Book Club last fall—a group of guys secretly reading romance novels to repair the damage with their wives and girlfriends, it sounded cute—I was definitely intrigued. Now I can honestly say that I’m glad I picked up this romance novel by new-to-me author Lyssa Kay Adams. Read more →

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Cinderella Is Dead by Kalynn Bayron

Bayron’s debut novel is one that gave me chills at times, in particular when Luke, another queer character who Sophia meets on her journey, says: “‘Just because they deny us doesn’t mean we cease to exist.’” I think it’s a story that everyone needs to read not only because it features a strong, Black, queer character at the story’s centre, but also because her tenacity will, hopefully, give both teen and adult readers the inspiration to use their voice to resist, or even destroy, the patriarchy. Read more →

Let's Talk About Love by Claire Kann

Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann

Let’s Talk About Love is a super cute YA romance starring Alice, a beautiful, Black, bisexual (minus the sexual aka biromantic), and asexual sophomore in college. Or in the words of Alice, it would rank at Cutie CodeTM Black. Oh and best of all, Claire Kann’s debut novel is currently on sale until the end of June (aka Pride Month) for only $2.99, and the author is donating her royalties for any copies sold in June to National Bail Out, so she can accurately count the number of sales. Read more →