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This lovely debut is a loose reinterpretation of Pride and Prejudice set in Toronto's Muslim community. Readers will love being immersed in Ayesha and Khalid's world and will find great joy in this sweet funny book. ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person
Jasmine Guillory is back with another joyous rom-com. Maddie and Theo are frenemies who share a best friend. Of course sparks fly when they wind up in a bridal party together. Packed with witty banter, this book will make you smile. ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person
Alisha Rai's books never disappoint. The Right Swipe has all the humor of a great romantic comedy, but also boasts a deeply complicated heart, and handles big ideas with a deft touch. I know I'll be reading this one again and again. ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person
This quirky and delightful inclusive queer romance will make you smile. Elouise is trying to have the best summer ever - while wearing the hot dog costume at her local amusement park. Will she save the park and find love, or will all of her plans come crashing down? ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person
This joyous riff on Pride and Prejudice captures the sly satire of the original, and features a wealthy Indian-American surgeon heroine accidentally falling for a chef. Do not under any circumstances read while hungry; the food descriptions will make you desperate. ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person