Lease on Love|Review

Lease on Love – Published 2022

“After getting passed over for an overdue—and much needed—promotion, Sadie Green is in desperate need of three things: a stiff drink, a new place to live, and a one-night-stand. When one drink turns into one too many, Sadie mixes up a long-ignored dating app for a roommate-finding app and finds herself on the doorstep of Jack Thomas’s gorgeous Brooklyn brownstone. Too bad she’s more attracted to his impressive real estate than she is to the man himself.

Jack, still grieving the unexpected death of his parents, has learned to find comfort in video games and movie marathons instead of friends. So while he doesn’t know just what to make of the vivaciously verbose Sadie, he’s willing to offer her his spare bedroom while she gets back on her feet. And with the rent unbeatably low, Sadie can finally pursue her floristry side hustle full-time. The two are polar opposites, but as Sadie’s presence begins to turn the brownstone into a home, they both start to realize they may have just made the deal of a lifetime.” – Goodreads


Thank you to Netgalley and PRHAudio for the gifted copies.

I saw some conflicting reviews headed into this one, and I thought it was pretty delightful. Sadie swears a lot, and she’s kind of a mess, but she’s funny and I love her and her friends. Jack’s so stinkin’ thoughtful and the way they met had me laughing so hard.

I thought this was a perfect romcom for a spring/summer read, and you already know I love a close proximity romance!

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