Well Matched by Jen DeLuca
April's got big plans
and Mitch isn't part of them.
Until suddenly he is.
Contemporary romance .... 310 pages .... 4/5 stars.
(This series is so much fun!)
Applied Electromagnetism by Susannah Nix
A dreaded work trip
turns romantic when flash floods
strand Olivia and Adam.
Romantic comedy .... 244 pages .... 4.5/5 stars.
(An enemies to friends to more romance. I loved it.)
Risen (Alex Verus #12) by Benedict Jacka
Alex must battle
dark mages and powerful jinn
to try and save Anne.
Urban fantasy .... 323 pages .... 5/5 stars.
(This is the last book in this compelling magical series; I loved it as much as the first one, Fated, and all the others in between.)
Whenever I see the Haiku Reviews title, I get so excited.ReplyDelete
Risen caught my eye. I am going to have to check that out.
p.s. Are you on Goodreads?Delete
The Benedict Jacka series is one of my most favorite urban fantasy series. Alex Verus is a great character; he's a mage who can see different strands of the future. If you give them a try, definitely start with the first one, Fated. And yes, I am on Goodreads.Delete
DELuca's books look fun. I think she's the one that does the Ren faire romcoms?ReplyDelete
Yes! This is the third book in her Ren Faire romances, and it's as fun as the first two. :)Delete
Clever you! These give a real sense of these books.ReplyDelete
Thanks! Sometimes I'm not sure the haikus work very well, but I try. :)Delete
All three of these sound like fun!ReplyDelete
I enjoyed them. :DDelete
Well Matched looks like a nice rom com!ReplyDelete
It's such a cute read...very worth checking out. :)Delete
Such a creative way to do reviews, love it!ReplyDelete
Thanks. They're fun to write. :DDelete
I read something by Benedict Jacka but am not sure if it was the first book in this series or something else.ReplyDelete
He's a really good author. I love his Alex Verus series. :DDelete
Well Matched wasn't my fav of the series. April got on my last nerve. Someday I'll get to that Alex Verus series. Love the sound of that forced proximity/enemies to lovers romance! Great reviews, Lark! :)ReplyDelete
Hi, Rachel! It's funny...I like Well Matched better than the second one in the series because I felt like Stacey should have found her own thing/talent, not just ended up helping out Dex's band, but the first is still my favorite. :)Delete
I just love your Haiku reviews, Lark. So beautiful.ReplyDelete
Thank you! I have fun writing them. :)Delete
I haven't read any of these but I like your Haiku reviews.ReplyDelete
I think you would like the Well Met series by Jen DeLuca. It's a fun one with a Renaissance Faire setting. :DDelete
Your haiku for Well Matched just made me smile — I now WANT to know how Mitch becomes part of her plans!ReplyDelete
Mitch is so great! You'll love him. :)Delete
All of these sound really good. And seeing that Alex Verus book just reminds me that I really need to start the series. It's been lingering in my TBR pile for way too long. :)ReplyDelete
And it's such a good series! Definitely worth reading. :DDelete
Love your haikus, especially the one for April and Mitch!!ReplyDelete
They're so great! I really enjoyed Well Matched. :DDelete