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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Lila Monroe had me from chapter one in this fun, quirky and entertaining read about Natalie and Justin.
Every time I read a book from this author I
I think I have a new favourite and here I am thinking it again.
This book centres around an office romance, which appears to be written in the stars. Justin has been tasked by his father with determining whether The Gazette is a viable business or if it should be dismantled. While Natalie, is filling in and writing the horoscopes of which Justin seems to follow.
What will happen when he discovers that the horoscopes he follows are written by Natalie? Will he forgive her? as bothJustin and Natalie want to save The Gazette but are working at cross purposes.
I loved Natalie and Justin, both separately and particularly together. There was something about these two that got to me. They were so easy to like and relate to and it made for a great read.
There were quite a few laugh out loud moments and the banter between them was witty.
Lila Monroe is an author who knocks romantic comedy books out of the park. Her books are, sweet, spicy, romantic and so funny that you cannot help but fall in love with her characters and her stories. I never fail to smile when I read a Lila Monroe book.
Funny Entertaining Read
4.5 Stars for this fun entertaining read.
Natalie has just started her dream job on her favourite newspaper, this is what she has been working towards a journalist on The Gazette but just as her dream job starts so do the rumours about The Gazette being taken over by The Rockford Group.
Jason is the new CEO of the Rockford Group and his first job is to sort The Gazette out, the board want it downsized but he can see a future for the Cities oldest paper but will Natalie be part of that future. Both Jason and Natalie have saving the newspaper on their minds but both have different ways of getting that job done and that’s when this story really gets interesting......
A fun entertaining office romance with plenty of laugh out loud moments, the chemistry is sizzling, the banter is witty and I loved everything about this quick funny read. What’s Your Sign is a book I would highly recommend it has characters you can’t help loving and a story that will draw you in and leave you wanting more. Looking forward to what’s next from this very talented author.
A fun story!
What a fun story! I really enjoyed it! Loved Natalie and the fact that she stood up for the company she works for! I really admired her attitude and loved her friends! Who wouldn’t want friends like them?!!
When she meets Justin in an elevator of all places, needless to say the ride is a little bumpy!! But what fun, getting to know who Justin is, how down to earth he is and how they both complement each other, in a sense! But what happens when the lie is found out!? Should Natalie have come clean?
So much to love about this book! Loved it!!