May 3, 2022
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Blame It on the Brontes was a super fun and easy read!
I have mixed emotions about second chance romances, but I truly loved getting captured in Athena and Thorne’s story. I need some backstory for the second chance romances, and I feel like we got a good feel for the relationship they previously had.
I also love a good mystery. Athena comes back home because she has promised a book on who the best selling romance author, C.L. Garland, really is.
What she doesn’t expect when she returns home? Her ex-boyfriend, Thonre, now owning the local diner she was promised a job at. So now she works for her ex while trying to track down the real identity of a recluse author who write erotic retellings of the classic literature that originally brought her and Thorne together when they were in college.
Again, this is a super cute and fun read. I enjoyed Althena’s quirkiness as she navigated all the moving parts in her life, and Thorn’s love for Althena was inspiring and heartwarming. Loved how they had to learn to trust one another again.