The Suite Spot (Beck Sisters #2) by Trish Doller: I absolutely loved Float Plan, so I was excited for this (especially since it’s set not too far from where I live). This was heartwarming and cozy, with a good plot that didn’t drag (and I LOVED Mason!) Looking forward to reading book three.
The Grand Sophy by Georgette Heyer: This has been on my want-to-read list for a while, and I had a lot of fun reading it! It’s Jane Austen-adjacent, minus the social commentary but with an extra dash of humor. I can’t wait to read more Georgette Heyer books in the new year.
Walking in a Witchy Wonderland (Stay a Spell #3.5) by Juliette Cross: This was fine. It’s a little lackluster compared to the full-length Stay a Spell books, and it didn’t feel aggressively Christmasy. It’s a quick read, but you don’t need to pick this up to enjoy the rest of the series.
Funny Feelings by Tarah Dewitt: Woof. What a disappointment. I keep seeing this book online, and it seems like people compare it to Lovelight Farms. Sure, it’s friend-to-lovers with a heavy dose of mutual pining, but where Lovelight Farms felt like sipping a warm mug of hot cocoa, this book felt more like someone sneaking an ice cube down the back of your shirt: uncomfortable and annoying (but not annoying enough to be angry about, you know?) The humor in Farley’s stand-up sets didn’t really translate to the page, and the overall tone just felt incredibly melancholy without giving a clear reason why.