Thank you to the publisher for the gifted copy in exchange for an honest review.
Love on Lexington Avenue, Lauren Layne
Love on Lexington Avenue is a solid romcom read. It follows all the tropes we love. They hate each other. They like each other.
But the one trope I wish we could all put behind us is the one where the woman constantly sells herself short and believes she isn’t worthy of the man she’s admiring. We spend pages upon pages on her listing every reason why she’s not the one for him.
Claire is broken. Her now dead ex-husband was a cheater and a liar, but his adulterous ways led her to her new BFFs (who are highly entertaining and lovable). I do wish we got to see more of Claire’s growth on her own.