REVIEW: What’s Your Sign? by Lila Monroe

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Is love written in the stars? Find out in the hot and hilarious stand-alone romantic comedy from USA Today bestselling author, Lila Monroe!

I’ve never been the superstitious type. Black cats are made for snuggling, and broken mirrors just mean I can’t see today’s epic zit, but getting stuck in an elevator and accidentally making out with my handsome boss on his first day? I don’t have to read the tea leaves to know, this spells disaster for my dream journalism job. With the future of the newspaper in jeopardy, I’m next on the chopping block for sure… until I figure out our new CEO’s one weakness.

And it’s written in the stars.

Turns out, Justin is a major fan of the Gazette’s astrology column. And since our resident mystic has gone AWOL, guess who’s left secretly writing the forecasts? Me!

Soon, I’m using his star sign to nudge him in the right direction – and away from the pink slips. But as Justin and I grow closer, the chemistry between us is sizzling… and my little white lie turns into a galaxy-sized problem. I’m seeing stars – and not just when he kisses me…

Can I find a way out of this celestial mix-up? Or will my forecast spell heartbreak for the both of us? Find out in the new romance from Lila Monroe!

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My Review

What I appreciate the most about Lila Monroe’s romantic comedies is that she takes an idea for a story and makes it her own, adding little nuances and quirks to it and its characters and in her newest release, What’s Your Sign, the spin she takes on the office romance trope is an intriguing one because there’s a bit of deception on the part of the heroine and regardless of how altruistic her motives are, going about things in the way that she does may help keep The Gazette stay in business, but it might also destroy what’s been building between the hero and the heroine, given what Justin was tasked to do with his father’s latest acquisition and how Natalie’s daily horoscope entry persuades Justin to go in the opposite direction his dad had wanted. 

Natalie and Justin’s meet-cute sparks the kind of connection that any man and woman would want to see where it goes, but there are extenuating circumstances that they don’t initially know about, and once they do, it not only makes their entanglement a bit problematic but it also leads Natalie down a path that may save her job/career but it also might ruin anything she had hoped to have with her elevator hottie.

Like Monroe’s other romcoms, Natalie and Justin’s story is a humorous, steamy, and witty read – one where its characters exchange witty barbs and lustful looks and a passion for each other as well as their careers that, hopefully, will allow the stars to align and love to last even after the last horoscope is read.

4 Poison Apples

Author Bio

Combining her love of writing, sex and well-fitted suits, Lila Monroe wrote The Billionaire Bargain. Lila enjoys writing, as it gives her a flexible schedule to spend time with her kids and a wonderful excuse to avoid them. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, who strips out of his well-fitted suits nightly.

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