And Another Slow Burn. This was at least one of the more memorable books in this series, and yes, it is at least in part because of the kid – a shocking statement coming from this reader in particular. Solid romance, but again not overly memorable other than the kid.
This review of Suddenly Engaged by Julia London was intended to be published originally on June 28, 2018.
Another Slow Burn. Apparently this is London’s style for this series – lots of detail, very slow burn to the romance. Yes, there is a HEA – as there must be for a romance – but unlike many others of this genre, you’re apparently not going to see it until the final 5% of so of the book. Enjoyable read, but not a particularly memorable one.
This review of Suddenly Dating by Julia London was originally published on June 12, 2018.
Actually Had Me Thinking. This was an atypical romance in that you got a LOT more backstory on the characters before they ever meet – particularly the female lead. While it had the requisite fight about 3/4 in, it didn’t fully resolve that fight until the last few pages – which is also atypical of most romance novels. Overall the read was ok, but for some reason took me longer than normal. But the interesting things done overcome the slog, and it is still a very good book overall.
This review of Suddenly In Love by Julia London was originally published on June 3, 2018.