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  • Fun read

    While Annie is in Seattle visiting her best friend Darcy, she spends time hanging out with Darcy's brother, Brendon. He's had a crush on Annie since they were teens, but now she starts to return his feelings. Trouble is, she's about to start a new job in London. Is she willing to give up everything to give their blossoming romance a try? This is the second book in the Written in the Stars series, and it's another low-angst rom com. The conflict could be stronger, but it's a fun read with well-developed characters. Thanks, NetGalley, for the ARC I received. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • You Are the Exception

    Hang the Moon was such a delight! I had a goofy grin on my face almost the entire time and this was exactly the feel good romcom that my heart needed. It's no secret that I love a cinnamon roll hero and Brendon was ooey gooey through and through. It doesn't hurt either that Brendon and Annie were childhood friends and that he had a bit of a crush on her all those years ago. I loved what a hopeful romantic he was and all his thoughtful gestures had me swooning left and right. He was all in for Annie right from the start and I appreciated that he didn't hide his feelings or let miscommunications get in the way. There isn't a ton of angst or drama in this one and what does occur was understandable and relatable. The epilogue made my heart soar and it was such a sweet way to bring this book to a close. One of the best things about the book was the focus on friendships and found families. I loved all the different relationships in the book, from siblings to best friends to business partners. This group has each other's backs and they aren't afraid to face hard truths. They're lovably snarky and I ate it up! In many ways, the book was also a love letter to Seattle and I look forward to the day when I can visit this amazing city again. I both read and listened to Hang the Moon and the narration by Lauren Sweet was wonderful! The casting was spot on and I thought the comedic timing and emotional scenes were done so well. I had no issues differentiating between characters and it was such an enjoyable listening experience. I haven't had a chance to read the previous book, Written in the Stars, but I definitely plan to after meeting this wonderful cast of characters! I can't wait for Margot's story next! Audiobook Review Overall 5 stars Performance 5 stars Story 4.5 stars *I voluntarily read and listened to an advance review copy of this book*

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  • Charming

    A wonderful followup to Written in the Stars. Her characters are wonderfully believable and romantic.

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  • Absolutely LOVED this book!!

    Bellefleur knows how to string joy throughout her books in a way that you just feel happy the whole time you are reading one! Annie and Brendon's story was no different. Loved both the characters and loved seeing them interact with Darcy and Elle from the previous book in the series. It was so so wonderful!

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  • Delightful Queer RomCom

    This is the second book in the Written in the Stars series and features Darcy’s brother Brendon and her best friend Annie. When Annie flies to Seattle to surprise her best friend, Brendon’s long-term crush on her is reignited. Brendon becomes Annie’s impromptu Seattle tour guide and shows her all the Seattle sites. Annie does not want to start a long distance relationship as she is moving from Philadelphia to London but her and Brendon have wild chemistry. Three words to describe this book: New relationship energy. Cover: I love how all these books feature Seattle landmarks like the Space Needle and the Ferris wheel. Tropes: Shared bed, childhood crush Character Development: Strong and rich. For a romantic comedy, there is fabulous character development of Annie and Brendon. Annie is trying to figure out what will make her happy in life while Brendon is working through some childhood issues that are affecting his potential relationship. The book focuses a lot about the relationships between Annie and Darcy and Elle. I appreciated they tackled friendship challenges between Annie and Darcy like drifting away, long-distance, and connection and showed Annie and Elle connecting on their bisexuality. World-Building: I loved that these books are set in Seattle. This one really dives into the city and visits many of the landmarks like the Gum Wall and the Ferris Wheel. Plot & Pacing: The plot had excellent pacing. I also appreciated that the conflict that developed made sense and felt realistic. I also loved that this book advanced the Darcy and Elle relationship as supporting characters. Verdict: Highly recommend! I loved this queer romcom and it left me feeling all the new relationship energy between Brendon and Annie. ARC was provided to me by Avon Harper Voyager, in exchange for an honest review.

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