Review: Love Rewritten by J. Saman

Reviewed by Joanna

Here’s another college NA tale for your delectation, with the trope of brother’s best friend as our hostile hero. Do you like this kind of guy? I do, as long as there’s good reason for the grumps, and they make up for it with Big Love by the end of the book.

Abby lives at the edge of campus in a three bedroom apartment with Aubrey, her twin. She’s ‘edgy’ in that she wears punky clothes, dyes streaks in her hair and has tattoos, and she has no idea that Aubrey’s best friend, Xander, is totally into her.

Now Xander is of course lovely to look at, but he’s a miserable fellow and frequently mean to Abby. Abby has no idea why. She just knows it hurts and she thinks he hates her. [Read more…]

Review: Start Again by J. Saman

Reviewed by Joanna

Kate suffered a huge loss – probably the worst a human can go through. One night as she was working her late shift at the hospital, she’s paged to go down to the ED. Her 2-year-old daughter has been brought in. The kid doesn’t make it. Her husband was already gone after their car crashed.

This prologue had me welling up. How can this be the start of a romance story? Is J. Saman trying to hurt me? Bear with, dear reader. This is not a tale of woe.
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