Review: Twice in a Blue Moon

The dynamic duo of Christina Lauren have become my go-to for heartwarming, romantic, readable books about characters who feel like my own good friends, and Twice in a Blue Moon was no exception!

Fourteen years ago, Sam and Tate fell for each other in a whirlwind two-week trip to London. Tate even trusts him enough to reveal her secret: she’s the long-lost daughter of one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. But when Sam betrays that trust, everything they had is shattered. But when they meet as adults, will they get a chance to try again?

Friends, I adored this. I was especially impressed with the authors’ range, because this was a change of pace from the last few books of theirs I’ve read. The writing is much more in line with their book Love and Other Words than it is with their romcoms, and I loved it just as much! This is deeply emotional, intimate, and romantic, as all good love stories should be. Once I started, I couldn’t put it down, and I finished in just over 24 hours. Highly, highly recommended for anyone who loves second chance romances, swoony male leads, moderate heat and gorgeously-written love scenes, and a little glimpse into Hollywood.

Big thanks to Gallery Books for my review copy. All opinions are wholeheartedly my own!

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