Truly, Madly, Deeply

Avon. Apr. 2024. 336p. ISBN 9780063258532. pap. $18.99. LGBTQIA+ ROMANCE
Best-selling romance novelist Truly Livingston should have canceled her guest appearance on a relationship podcast after discovering that her fiancé is cheating on her and learning that her beloved parents are starting a trial separation. Hoping for a distraction, Truly instead finds herself butting heads on air with cynical divorce lawyer Colin McCory, who (while charming and gorgeous) is also completely infuriating, especially when one of his counterarguments hits a bit too close to home. Truly leaves the recording, vowing to never return, but is willing to hear him out when Colin begs her for a fresh start. They form a tentative friendship, and Truly discovers there’s far more to Colin than just his profession and skeptical outlook on happily-ever-afters, including their shared queerness. As their debates turn into flirtation, Truly will need to examine her own feelings on love, romance, and marriage, while her very foundation continues to be shaken by her parents’ split.
VERDICT Nonstop sparkling banter and absolutely delicious chemistry make this one of Bellefleur’s (The Fiancée Farce) best and steamiest rom-coms yet. Truly, deeply fun from page one to the touching happily-ever-after.
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