Selected Press

October 1, 2021, USA TODAY, “The best new rom-com reads to get us through the rest of 2021”

September 27, 2021, Elle, “For The Love Of God: Let Fictional Characters Go To Church And Have Sex. People of faith can get it.”

September 9, 2021, Vulture, “The Best Romance Novels of 2021 (So Far)”

April 1, 2021, Entertainment Weekly, “Hot Stuff: March 2021 romance novels embrace learning to love yourself”

March 25, 2021, The Insider, “The most intoxicating romance books of 2021 — so far”

March 24, 2021, Glamour, UK, “The best romance novels ever written to get you in the mood for love (including all eight Bridgerton books)”

March 21, 2021, NPR Books, “For March, 3 Romances That’ll Bring You A Little Sunshine”

March 13, 2021, USA TODAY, “Rom-com reading: The best new books that made us laugh, swoon and root for love”

December 31, 2020, The Tempest, “Your complete guide for the 15 most anticipated books coming in 2021”

December 23, 2020, BRIT + CO, 15 : “Highly Anticipated Novels We Can’t Wait to Read in 2021”

December 10, 2020, Frolic, “The 20 Best Books of Winter”

December 4, 2020, Oprah Magazine, “50 Most Anticipated Romance Novels of 2021 to Renew Your Faith in Love”

May 13, 2020, Chatelaine, “Why Are Romance Novels So White?”

January 9, 2020, NBC News, “Romance novels have long clung to the submissive Asian woman trope. These authors are changing that.”

June 21, 2019, CBC Radio, “Farah Heron on why conflict is key when writing a romantic comedy”