The #FeelsFest is drawing nearer and I can’t be more excited. Aside from the promise of a whole lot of feels that day, there’s one main thing I look forward to.
New books from #romanceclass.
No, I haven’t read all of the #romanceclass books (I think there’s over a hundred titles available), but the thought of new releases is jusy too exciting. There are some books that caught my attention big time so now, let mw share them with you.
KATE, FINALLY by Yeyet Soriano
After six sizzling nights with hot IT consultant Layne Sto. Domingo, writer Kate Borromeo realizes she really sucks at love. She’s thirty-five, she just recently moved on from a destructive unrequited love situation with her longtime love and best friend, only to end up in bed with someone who isn’t going to give her what she wants.
So when gorgeous corporate finance wiz Rob Salcedo, Kate’s first love and best friend, turns over a new leaf and finally proposes marriage to her, promising to make up for all the hurt he caused her, Kate accepts and prepares for the wedding of her dreams.
But when Layne waltzes back into her life, seemingly ready to finally let her into his heart, it appears the universe has other plans for Kate.
Or does it?
This is a novel based on the short story Until… Whenever by Yeyet Soriano. The moment I saw the draft, I just knew I have to read the final, printed version. And the fact that it’s gonna come out with that cute cover courtesy of #romanceclass book covers, it will definitely be worthy of a space in my book shelf. And yours too!
SONGS TO MAKE YOU STAY by Jay E. Tria
Love isn’t supposed to be this hard.
Now that he’s finally won Jill, the girl who’s always rocked his world, you’d think life would be heaven on earth for Shinta Mori. In a way, it is. But maybe he’s underestimated the fact that he’s a hunky movie star in Japan while his girl is ruling the indie music scene all the way in Manila.
When he spends a long-awaited vacation with her–through impromptu performances, frenzied flyer distribution, and unhinged radio guestings–he realizes how imperfect his seemingly perfect life is. And he begins to wonder if what they have is strong enough to survive years of being apart.
Can Shinta prove he’s worthy of the spotlight the universe shines on him? And more importantly, deserving of the devotion of a young girl in love?
Yay for #TeamShinta! I am just so glad that this is also coming out on the 22nd. After enjoying Jill’s story in Songs Of Our BreakUp and sympathizing with Miki’s heartbreak in Songs To Get Over You, we’re now gonna be able to see what it’s like in Sinta’s world. This fictitious hot Japanese actor that made me think of Kim Soo Hyun while reading the the first two books (I think I’ve mentioned it in my reviews) finally has his own face. Thank God for the adorable guy on the cover.
ONCE SUMMER DAYS by Arlene Manocot
Hye Soon Goh is a novelist who can’t write what she wants and due to the huge demands of erotic stories, she grabs the opportunity of being published in ero genre. Scared to death of how people around will perceive her as an erotic writer, she uses the pseudonym Tae Min Song, which happens to be the real name of a K-Pop star.
Tae Min Song has been an in-demand celebrity for quite a while in Seoul, but the tricky part of it is the surge of controversies he is experiencing every now and then. And the recent one accused him of being a pervert – one who would gratify his desires to the point of writing erotic stories. Aware of it, his manager takes necessary action against the writer and the publishing company.
Now, Hye Soon must choose: to write her dream behind bars or take the second chance offered by the K-Pop star himself?
I bet you must have guessed why I want this book! Yes, the K-thing caught my eye (Kim Soo Hyun is ❤). Add the fact that the blurb is just too intriguing I can’t wait what happens to a romance between a K-pop star and a writer. Do you think I can relate? Yeah, I think so too!
IF THE DRESS FITS by Carla K.De Guzman
Martha Aguas kind of has it all–she’s an accountant who loves numbers, an accident-prone puppy that loves her, and the perfect wardrobe.
Yes, she wears a dress size 24, her bras don’t fit and she’s never had a boyfriend, but so what?
It becomes a big deal when her perfect cousin Regina announces her engagement to Enzo, the only boy she’s ever loved (he doesn’t know, so don’t tell him!) Suddenly Aguases from all corners of the globe are coming for the event, and the last thing Martha wants is to be asked why she still prefers her lattes with a waffle on the side.
Thank god for Max. Goofy, funny, dependable Max, who finds himself playing the fake boyfriend at the family festivities. But why does it feel like only one of them is pretending?
Titas of Manila is the thing that came to my mind when I saw this blurb. That’s what happens when there’s a family reunion, a wedding or any family gathering really. You’re in your 30s and you’re single and everybody’s gonna be asking that question you dread to answer. Sounds like something you and I can relate to? Why not? 😄
I haven’t seen all of the new titles that will launched on the #FeelsFest. But among the things I’ve seen, these totally won me over. More books would be there and if I have some more added here, you know I’ll tell you about them. Oh and yeah, some of these books can already be pre-ordered on Amazon so you can already check it out and buy a copy. I didn’t though. I intend to buy the printed books since I want to collect tangible books again.
#FeelsFest is happening on the 22nd of October, 2pm-6pm at Glorietta 5 Atrium. See you there!
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Beth G. 😚