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This delicious gay royal rom-com is 100% escapist joy. Alex, son of America's first woman president loathes Henry, Prince of Wales. Or maybe he doesn't? When they're forced to fake a friendship, sparks and flirty banter fly. This book is so much fun that I finished it, and then turned around and re-read it immediately. ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person
Miranda Brooks inherits a failing bookshop - and convoluted scavenger hunt - from an uncle she hasn't seen or communicated with in sixteen years. This mysterious inheritance sets her off on a journey of self-discovery and literary adventure. This sweet and loving novel is packed with all the bookish clues and references a reader could want - a great summer read. ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person
This is the Jewish feminist fairy tale that I didn't know I needed. A beautifully lyrical re-interpretation of Rumplestiltskin, this novel is told in multiple voices as characters in a mythical eastern European land fight against the strictures that control their lives and take away their choices. Complex, beautifully written, and completely absorbing, this is a book I will return to over and over. ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person
The dialog in this book sparkles, from a meet-cute in an elevator through the inevitable ups and downs of a fake romance that's starting to become real. If you're looking for a fun escapist read, this one is for you. ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person
It's easy for grad student Naledi to ignore and delete an endless chain of spam claiming she's engaged to an African prince. But when a new man shows up in her life, everything may not be what it seems. This book is pure flirty fun. ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person