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  • Sunshine or Rain

    Weather Girl by Rachel Lyn Solomon, book one in her Fortunes of Lost Lake series. Ari and Russell are the most lovable characters; separately and together they are true magic. They were friendly coworkers until they decided to scheme to make their work environment more bearable by nudging their divorced, argumentative bosses together; setting up Ari and Russell to notice each other as more than coworkers and friends. Ari, a weather reporter, struggles with depression and feelings of inadequacy stemming from her childhood and her mother’s refusal to deal with her own depression. Russell, a large, overweight sports reporter, who became a dad as a teen, hasn’t dated since separating from his daughter’s mother; which has been years. While they each had baggage and issues to deal with before they could successfully work as a couple, they were quite clever about bringing their bosses together; trying to rekindle their love and marriage. Their main objective was to improve the work environment, but so much more was accomplished. Ari and Russell shared a strong attraction and off-the-charts chemistry that you couldn’t help but cheer for them to be together. I thoroughly enjoyed reading my first, but not last, book by Ms. Solomon and highly recommend Weather Girl to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • I Love Every Version of You

    4.5 stars CW: Depression, anxiety, panic attacks, parental abandonment (past), strained parental relationship, toxic work environment, teen pregnancy (past), mentions of body image insecurity This book came at exactly the time my heart needed it. Weather Girl pulled on my heartstrings and made me feel seen and comforted. Reading this book was a very cathartic experience for me. The romance was tender while also being deliciously spicy and the characters had me rooting for them from the start. Ari is one of the most relatable characters I have come across in a while. I felt her struggles and victories so much and I applaud Rachel Lynn Solomon for giving us such an incredible heroine. Ari's experiences were unapologetically honest and raw and it only endeared me to her more. The mental health and Jewish representation in the novel was fantastic as well. Russell was an absolute cinnamon roll and I loved how adorakable and sweet he was. In many ways, his character arc mirrored Ari's in that they are both working toward being their truest selves. I'm normally not a fan of late stage drama, but this time it completely worked and was understandable. I loved the secondary characters, especially Ari's brother, Alex, and their relationship was just the cutest. The discussions about family, love, and forgiveness were especially moving and I appreciated all the different ways those things can look and come about. Weather Girl is a wonderful novel that I hope everyone will read. Also, I know it's only January, but this may be my favorite cover of the year. All the heart eyes <3 *I voluntarily read an advance review copy of this book*

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