Hulloo.. I feel like 2020 is going super fast and super slow at the same time.
Just like the past few months, I have not really been buying any books, for different reasons, but mainly I’m trying to save up to move out of my apartment sometime this year. So buying books, as much as I would like to, it’s not a priority right now. And really, I should be able to live with it and I have so far…
So in April I bought two books, by the same author actually. They were the last two I needed to complete my collection of her books (there are currently 8 published). I also preordered The Eve Illusion by Tom and Giovanna Fletcher, which was published on April 16th, but my preorder from Book Depository is still processing. So they sold out and haven’t gotten around to cancelling my order yet. This happened last time to, with the first book in the series, Eve of Man.
But the other two I ordered arrived just fine.
And here they are.
You, Me, Forever
by Jo Watson
It all started with faulty elevator – and a love letter…
Writer Becca Thorne needs an idea – fast! She might have a huge bestseller to her name but, with the deadline for book two approaching, Becca knows she’s in danger of losing the career she cares so much about. But Fate has other plans for her when she almost plummets to her death with two strangers in a faulty elevator.
Although Becca emerges in one piece, her precious vintage handbag doesn’t, and that’s when she realises that inspiration has been with her alll along. Hidden inside the bag’s now-torn lining is a set of beautiful love letters.
It might not be her story, yet Becca can’t seem to get the romantic words out of her head and feels compelled to discover who wrote the letters. But there’s more waiting for Becca than the tale of a romance from long ago – it might be the chance to live her own love story and follow the path Fate has always intended her to…
Love You, Love You Not
by Jo Watson
There’s a fine line between love and hate…
Poppy Peterson is about to be evicted if she doesn’t pay her rent. She used to be an actress on a telenovela until her character, Ramona Gonzalez, Executive Administrative Assistant to the CEO, was killed off. Unfortunately, dead characters can’t pay the bills.
Ryan Stark is a tough boss – especially if you’re his assistant. He’s been through five in the last two months and now no one wants to work for him. He needs an assistant who can meet his demands. And he can be very demanding.
Poppy’s been an assistant before – well, on screen anyway. It can’t be that hard to do in real life, right?
Two things are for sure. Poppy is about to play the role of a lifetime. And Ryan is about to learn a whole new lesson about what’s really important in life.
So that is what I bought in April and all there is left to say now is that tomorrow…