Review | Twice in a Blue Moon by Christina Lauren

Twice in a Blue MoonTitle: Twice in a Blue Moon

Author: Christina Lauren

Rating: ★★★★☆

Publisher: Gallery Books

Release Date: October 22, 2019

For the first time in my life I get it: home isn’t always a space; it can be a person.

Another satisfying romance from dynamic duo Christina Lauren. Tate Jones has a secret, she’s the daughter of A-List actor Ian Butler, ans she’s been hiding in plain site with her mom and grandmother in northern California for over a decade. But when she meets the kind and alluring Sam Brandis when in London fro her 18th birthday, her world is rocked as all of her secrets come to light. Now fourteen years later, Tate and Sam are reunited in unexpected ways and must confront all the things left unsaid all those years ago.

I really loved seeing Tate and Sam connect when they were younger, their chemistry and instant connection was believable to me and I felt the tumultuous, whirlwind romance from the beginning. That connection fueled the later parts of the story, so it held me, but if you’re not one for insta-connection stories this might not be for you. But I tend to like Hollywood-adjacent stories so I knew I’d find this read fun. My biggest problem was this felt so short, but overall I did really enjoy the story.


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