Book Releases and Review March 8, 2022

We’ve got two wonderful romance reviews for March 8 book releases. Trish Doller and Farah Heron are both back with great new books.

The Suite Spot by Trish Doller


I loved this romance. After Rachel loses her job at a high-end hotel in Miami Beach, she and her four year old daughter move to manage a new hotel on a small island in Ohio. She doesn’t expect how attractive her new boss, Mason, will be or that the hotel she’s been hired to manage isn’t done being constructed yet. I loved the way the relationship between Rachel and Mason grows as she figures out a new life for herself and her daughter.

Kamila Knows Best by Farah Heron


This is one of the best Emma retellings I’ve ever read. Every character was modernized so well, while retaining their essence. I think Kamila and her father especially nailed the relationship between Emma and Mr. Woodhouse, and Rohan is the perfect Mr. Knightley. It was a super fun read.

A Tasty Dish by Kelly Cain


Kasi Blythewood is on a mission to make an indie documentary about food from around the world. The only problem is her famous father has made it almost impossible to get funding for the project. Opportunity appears when Kasi meets Declan Everheart who’s famous chef father is willing in invest in her project, so long as Declan is a also a producer. Kasi and Declan have to navigate their working relationship, their difficult relationship with their individual fathers, as well as their incredibly strong attraction to each other.

We’re also looking forward to checking out these March 8 book releases: Lakelore by Anna-Marie McLemore and One for All by Lillie Lainoff.