What's Your Sign?
I've never been the superstitious type. Black cats are made for snuggling, and broken mirrors just mean I can't see today's epic zit, but getting stuck in an elevator and accidentally making out with my handsome boss on his first day? ...more
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This book features an office romance between an up and coming journalist, Natalie, and the new CEO, Justin. After a steamy encounter in their office building’s elevator with a hot stranger, Natalie soon discovers that the same stranger she was locking lips with not 5 minutes ...more
Another fun read in Lila Monroe’s Cupids series. This one was a strangers-to-enemies-to-lovers office romance.
Natalie and Justin have one of those meet-cutes that you only read about. Two strangers, trapped in an elevator, who end up sharing one hot and steamy kiss. Once they are rescued Natalie discovers that Justin is her new boss at the Gazette newspaper.
I enjoyed watching their push and pull relationship. At first Natalie only sees Justin as the spoiled rich kid who’s only ...more
Justin Rockworth has been tasked with taking on his father’s latest acquisition, The Gazette, to s ...more
Lila Monroe had me from chapter one in this fun, quirky and entertaining read about Natalie and Justin.
Every time I read a book from this author I
I think I have a new favourite and here I am thinking it again.
This book centres around an office romance, which appears to be written in the stars. Justin has been tasked by his father with determining whether The Gazette is a viable business or if it should be dismantled. While Natalie, is fill ...more
I had an amazing time reading this book. "What's Your Sign?" was a lovely, enjoyable, funny read.
I'm a sucker for a good office romance and the way this story starts made me swoon and fan myself right away.
I liked both the main characters, our heroine doesn't shy away from difficulty and she stands up for what she believes in, and our hero is so humble and he has a good work ethic even if he came from a rich and family. Natalie, is a young reporter for The Gazette, Justin, is the journal's new
Natalie is working her dream job at the Gazette. Unfortunately, the new CEO Justin has been tasked with dismantling the paper. Natalie discovers Justin enjoys the Gazette's astrology column and the current writing has gone AWOL. Natalie decides to take over the column and use it to nudge Justin in the right direction to save the paper.
This was a cute, light, and fun read. If you are looking for something quick and sweet to read, then What’s Your Sign will fit the bill.
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I’ve read the majority of Lila Monroe’s romantic comedies, and I’ve enjoyed every single one of them. Her light-hearted, easy-reading romances never fail to entertain me and make me smile. Monroe perfectly balances the steam in her stories with fun plots, full of humor but without heavy angst or needless drama. Her writing is vivid and descriptive, and she peppers interesting details into her imaginative storylines full of endearing, likable characters surrounding a couple chasing t ...more
I felt so connected to Natalie and how she tries to solve problems, take care of everyone and can be impetuous at times that I really put myself into her "role". And Justin just grabbed me from the get-go. He was flirty but was business-like but also so much more real than his "profits only" father. Which I think that Justin was doi ...more
What’s Your Sign is book #2 in Lila Monroe’s Cupid’s Series. This is a super cute office romantic comedy. If you want light, fun and flirty this is your book! Natalie is a hard working up and coming journalist. She meets Justin and has a pretty steamy lip lock in an elevator only to later find out he is the new CEO of the company she’s working for. She later finds out her job could be in jeopardy AND the fun times begin! The two have some moments of push and pull and they definitely cla ...more
What's Your Sign features Natalie, an energetic and feisty journalist at The Gazette newspaper. Even though the industry is sagging, she loves her job and her coworkers. Her dedication to saving the newspaper is admirable, and the lengths she'll ...more
When Natalie's newspaper that she writes for as a journalist, gets sold to a big corporate company, she fears for the future of the newspaper she loves. I ...more
An extraordinary, witty, charming, over the top hysterical rom-com that had my sides splitting with laughter and my heart filling light and happy with just a sprinkle of angst to keep things real!
Lila Monroe's newest book is over the moon good. Funny, sweet, sexy, sizzling with two of the finest characters that have been written so far. The storyline and plot made this book irresistible and very hard to put down. Its a written dream that pressed on all my happy ...more
What's Your Sign is the second installment of the Cupids series and it's about Natalie Martinelli a staff writer at the New York Gazette and Justin Rockford.
The plot is simple: the newspaper was bought by the Rockford Group and Natalie along with Justin were trying to save it, each one in their own way. The chemistry between them was strong from the beginning and soon they ended up doing the dirty, multiple times. The dramatic part was towards the end wher ...more
I thought the synopsis sounded familiar and went hunting on my kindle to see if I already had the book. I didn´t, but found an another book whose synopsis sounded familiar.
I haven't been lucky enough to read Minnie Darke's book yet, but if you love astrology and romance, "What's Your Sign" by Lila Monroe is just the book for you.
This book was a pleasure and easy to read.
I especially liked the playful ...more
A kiss in an elevator turns into much more. As she works to help her new boss try to save the newspaper from being shut down, an attraction blossoms. But then she goes too far and everything starts to crumble. Can he ever forgive her. Makes a good story.
Review by Sasha Kobylinski
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Star-crossed lovers. The beautiful tragic stories that seem to always be too good to be true.
What if you could change your fate? Make the stars work for you? Natalie works for The
Gazette, a newspaper that is slowly falling into obsoletion as the world is moving more towards
a digital age. A guardian angels has swooped in to save the dying company, and Natalie has no
idea what to expect of her new world. When her ...more