When Alexa and Drew end up stuck in an elevator together, they quickly hit it off, and Drew ends up asking Alexa to be his fake girlfriend at his exes wedding. She agrees, and sparks fly.
Despite living in different cities, Alexa and Drew continue to see each other. Even though Drew made it clear that he “doesn’t do relationships”, this feels different. He can’t stop thinking about Alexa, and likewise, she can’t stop thinking about him either. As feelings grow, Drew and Alexa will have to figure out if true love is worth risking everything for.
Hopeless romantic Bea has been having the same recurring dream for more than ten years. In this dream, she meets a man in a park and knows he’s the one. When he dream becomes a reality and she meets Dan, she couldn’t be happier. The more she gets to know Dan, the more she wonders if he’s actually Mr. Right, or if she’s just forcing the relationship because she feels like she’s supposed to. Will Bea work up the courage to end things and realize she wants more?
I know I’m a few days late, but my parents were in town over the weekend, and then I wasn’t feeling great and didn’t have the energy to post, but alas, here I am with my September wrap up! In September I read 21 books, so below I’ll share them all with you and let you know which ones were my favorites!
I know I say this every month, but how is it possible that it’s already June?! This year is flying by! In May I read 20 books, and below I’ll share everything I read and let you know which ones were my favorites! All of the book titles link back to Goodreads so you can look them up if you’re interested!
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and the theme this week is an open freebie related to Mother’s Day! I decided to feature 10 of the books I’ve recommended to my own mom!
In general, my mom reads a few different genres, but likes books that are upbeat, positive, and don’t have a ton of sexual content. Below are 10 books I’ve suggested she read!