Content Warnings: Arson, death of a loved one [parent(s)]
So “Don’t Call Me Sweetheart” just re-released this Tuesday [Feb 1st] and Codi is such a gem she offered to send me a copy early [via Bookfunnel] which of course I said yes to!
We have Marley and Luke who meet, connect, and have a first date before realizing they’re part of the same wedding party. Problem is…Marley is a hired MOD [maid of honor] and contractually isn’t allowed to be involved with anyone in the wedding party or tell anyone she’s hired. Needless to say, shenanigans ensue as Marley tries to push Luke away without giving away her employee status.
I don’t want to go into too many details as I try to keep the blog spoiler-free but let me just say there are some clap-worthy moments in this book.
If you’re looking for a quick read that’s set in a small town, filled with lots of wedding activities, has a swoon-worthy couple, and tons of shenanigans…look no further!
Growing up, Japanese and Indigenous, it was hard to find books that showcased stories and worlds that accurately portrayed Noelle’s experiences. Fantasy quickly became her main love, as you could really be anyone, anywhere. As the years went on, and technology grew, Noelle was finally able to see more stories and authors that looked and felt like her. Noelle is open to all genre’s though she can mostly be found reading own voice, fantasy, and romance.
5 Stars: Completely blew me away
4 Stars: Loved the story but didn't feel completely blown away by it
3 Stars: Liked the overall concept of the story but either had poor execution, had a lot of plot holes, or was written poorly
2 Stars: I struggled to understand the plot, poorly written, or just had really unlikeable characters along with a poor writing
1 Star: Horribly written, major plot holes, or extremely unlikeable characters and plots.
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