If you're looking for a retelling of a classic - specifically Emma - this might be the book you're looking for!
I read and loved the first installment, Girls of Paper and Fire, so I basically flew into its sequel the moment it arrived. Did it live up to my expectations? Or did I get the sequel-blues?
After receiving flowers, Rosie is convinced one of her exes wants to rekindle their love so she starts hunting them down. A fun, light read with some hilarious moments! Read my review here!
I'm a sucker for romance novels where any type of creativity is involved. This one? This one contains hand lettering. And a slow romance. Like.. Need I say more?