Hello, fellow book nerd friends! It’s Wednesday again (aren’t we all just glad it’s past the dreaded April 15th!?), which means I’m being lazy and instead of posting a fangirl post or one of the many new reviews I did plan to post today, we join a fun meme. Let’s do Waiting on Wednesday: Twenty-Fifth Edition
It’s Wednesday which means there’s another fun meme that bloggers enjoy taking part in. Today’s feature is all about the books we’re “Waiting On” with Can’t Wait Wednesday; a meme Finding Wonderland occasionally takes part in.
Organized by the lovely Tressa of Wishful Endings, here’s another edition of Can’t Wait Wednesday.
Waiting on Wednesday | Twenty-Fifth Edition
Like last Waiting on Wednesday feature (and the week before that!), I again fall back on my most favorite genre, which is contemporary.
This week we spotlight a debut author with Revell Books. Not only is this a debut, it’s also the launch of a new series, and I am SO here for this. The design (the romanticism though!!), typography and sound of the book sounds like my jam, and I’m ready for it.
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Author: Tari Faris | Publisher: Revell Books
Genre: Fiction; Contemporary | Publication Date: September 2019
Small-town realtor Hannah Thornton has many talents–unfortunately, selling houses isn’t one of them. When a developer sets his sights on the historic homes in Heritage, Hannah turns to her best friend Luke for help. Will Luke risk his future and confront his past to help her succeed? – Goodreads
As my last few ‘WOW’ posts suggest, I love a good contemporary, so it’s never a bad thing to find a new debut author who writes the genre.
PS: Before you go…
you might enjoy Finding Wonderland’s new ‘book discussion’ on Why I Support Inspirational Fiction
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Comment down below with your thoughts (have you read about this upcoming debut? what did you feature today? what are some of your favorite romance reads?), Waiting on / Can’t Wait Wednesday blog links or anything else bookish. I’d look forward to chatting all things bookish with you.
I’ll be glad to visit your blogs, too; it might take me a week to circle around. Still, I look forward to visiting.