The Journal Gazette
Sunday, April 05, 2020 1:00 am

New library books

The following romantic comedies are available for download through theáAllen County Public Library.

á“The Honey-Don't List” by Christina Lauren

What happens when two assistants tasked with keeping the rocky relationship of their employers, a famous home remodeling guru couple, from exploding start to feel sparks of their own?

“The Two Lives of Lydia Bird” by Josie Silver

A woman grieving the loss of her fiancÚ finds herself swapping back and forth between parallel lives, including one in which her first love has survived and another involving a new person asking her to move on.

“Undercover Bromance” by Lyssa Kay Adams

A sequel to “The Bromance Book Club” finds restaurant employee Liv Papandreas fired for reporting sexual harassment before teaming up with book club member Braden Mack to turn the tables on an abusive celebrity chef.

“If I Never Met You” by Mhairi McFarlane

Years after establishing a literary career through his compilation of the mystery genre's most unsolvable classics, an unsuspecting bookseller is tapped by the FBI for help solving murders that eerily mimic the books on his list.

“To Have and to Hoax” by Martha Waters

After their marriage has become cold and detached, a lady and lord in Regency England fake accidents and illness in an escalating game of manipulation that includes sanitariums, fake affairs and possibly a rekindled flirtation.

“The Worst Best Man” by Mia Sosa

The top wedding coordinator in Washington, D.C., Carolina Santos, is offered an opportunity of a lifetime, but there is just one hitch — she has to collaborate with the best man from her own failed nuptials — and decides to dish out a little payback of her own until the unexpected happens.

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