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  1. Okay, I’m sold. I wasn’t sure when I read the intro because romance isn’t really my thing either but they both sounded so good. Definitely going to pick up a copy of the flat share, that sounds amazing. Ridiculous…but amazing x

    Sophie

    • That’s why I had to share them both! They were both like nothing I’ve ever read before, hope you enjoy it x

  2. Sometimes I can’t stand cheesy romances, and sometimes they’re my guilty pleasure of choice! The Flat Share sounds so modern in this age of Airbnbs ? I’ll definitely keep this one in mind for the next time I’m in need of a guilty pleasure :3 // I’ve seen quite a few people share about My Lovely Wife on bookstagram! I love listening to true crime podcasts, so the premise of this story automatically interested me. My number one concern going into all thrillers is whether they’re too formulaic. How did you feel about this one in that sense? -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

    • Haha yeah, I do love a cheesy rom-com sometimes, not going to lie ? That’s what I thought! My Lovely Wife does follow some typical thriller tropes, but the first person narration is what makes the big reveals stand out for me. The fact that we’re watching events unfold through the serial killer’s eyes makes it all the more tense.

      • Ooh thanks for that insight! Now that I think of it, you’re right, most thrillers are written from the victim’s or witness’s POV

  3. Both these books sound so good! I’m a sucker for romance novels! I’ll definitely have to get these books when they come out! I recently finished a book that sounds very similar to My Lovely Wife. It definitely kept me on the edge of my seat!

  4. I have to be in the mood for a romance, but I have to admit, the Flatshare sounds utterly charming – even just reading your review is making me grin. I’m definitely going to pick that one up if I see it – sounds like the perfect Sunday afternoon indulgence. Lovely post.

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