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Jasmine Guillory


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Jasmine Guillory is a graduate of Wellesley College and Stanford Law School. She is a Bay Area native who has towering stacks of books in her living room, a cake recipe for every occasion, and upwards of 50 lipsticks.

Genres: Romance
 
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Intercepted (2018)
(Playbook , book 1)
Alexa Martin
"Intercepted was so much fun to read! For anyone who has been yearning for a great, hilarious, and thoughtful romantic comedy about a black woman in the world of the NFL, you need this book. But you don't have to be a football fan to love Intercepted Marlee's joys and struggles are universal, her battles with her enemies are both satisfying and laugh out loud funny, and everything about her relationship with Gavin is sheer delight. I cheered for Marlee and booed everyone who wronged her like she was one of my best friends. I finished this book with a big smile on my face and that gooey, good book feeling in my chest."
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Unmarriageable (2019)
Soniah Kamal
"Unmarriageable is a joy to read! It transforms a familiar story into something new and fresh and different, but keeps all of the warmth and intelligence of the original. I loved everything about these characters and spending time in their world."
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Dear Haiti, Love Alaine (2019)
Maika Moulite
"I couldn’t put Dear Haiti, Love Alaine down!"
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Love Lettering (2019)
Kate Clayborn
"I flew through this creative and original book. I was completely absorbed by the world Kate Clayborn creates — the characters felt so real and their joys and sorrows and struggles and triumphs felt so relatable that I forgot I was reading fiction. I can’t wait for the whole world to fall in love with Love Lettering!"
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The Honey-Don't List (2020)
Christina Lauren
"Joyful, warm, touching."
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Island Affair (2020)
(Keys to Love , book 1)
Priscilla Oliveras
"I finished Island Affair with a big smile on my face. I can’t decide what I adored more: Luis and Sara’s love story; their relationships with their complicated and difficult and loving families, or the setting of Key West, which sounded so beautiful I wanted to jump on a plane. I can't wait to read more by Priscilla Oliveras!"
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Beach Read (2020)
Emily Henry
"This is a touching and heartfelt book about love, betrayal, grief, failure, and learning how to love again. I adored going along on Gus and January’s journey, and I closed this book with a satisfied sigh."
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The Boyfriend Project (2020)
(Boyfriend Project, book 1)
Farrah Rochon
"A prime example of how complex and insightful romances can be. Farrah Rochon deftly explores what it means to go viral, the unique joys of strong female friendships, and the particular struggles of Black women in the workplace, all within a great love story."
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One to Watch (2020)
Kate Stayman-London
"One to Watch drew me in from the first chapter; this book was relatable, incredibly smart and thoughtful about body image and the way the media treats women, and just plain entertaining. I adored this extraordinary debut and had so much fun reading it!"
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Memorial (2020)
Bryan Washington
"I was entranced by this deeply original and wholly absorbing novel. Bryan Washington creates characters who are complex, interesting, and three dimensional, and made me care about every single one of them. This book made me think about the nature of love, and family, and anger, and grief, and love again."

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