Sunny Shelly’s Review: 32 Rowan Blvd., by Kelsey Kingsley


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Get married.
Buy a house.
Have a baby.

That’s every girl’s dream, isn’t it? Well, maybe not every girl, but for Christy Bush, it was.

So, when her boyfriend realized he didn’t want any of those things, the obvious answer was to set him free and find a man who did.

But what Christy didn’t see coming was to find herself pregnant just weeks after their breakup—as well as an unlikely friendship with single dad Kev Scott, the man who delivered her pregnancy test through the NomNow app.

Now, after being abandoned to raise her son alone, Christy has lost her identity to motherhood, in a world full of sweatpants, diapers, and fast food. But just when she starts to wonder if she’ll ever find herself again, fate delivers an unexpected love interest when she meets Kev face-to-face. The newfound romance might just be what she needs to spice things up…

That is, if the past can stay where it belongs–in the rearview mirror.

32 Rowan Blvd is a single parent, friends to lovers, delivery guy, small town, contemporary romance that is sure to make readers smile, laugh, and swoon.

Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

I adored everything about Kev and Christy’s story in 32 Rowan Blvd! These two hard-working, single parents are first brought together by a food delivery app on what could possibly be the worst nights in both of their lives. He is on the brink of divorce, she’s about to find out she’s pregnant — and neither of them could ever imagine that just a few years later, they would find their happily ever after together!

App-based romances seem to be popping up left and right as a new trope in Romancelandia. But the idea of finding love with your delivery app driver is a meet-cute that I haven’t seen before. And Kelsey Kingsley nailed it! I loved how she began their friendship through the delivery app chat feature, as they got to know bits of each other, and then how they finally met face-to-face when Kev stalks her mom at the drug store. Their friendship turns to a romance so easily, and I was there for it as these two fell in love.

Both characters have baggage in the way of their exes, and Kev is also dealing with some temper issues that he is trying to outgrow. There is some drama with both his ex-wife and her ex-boyfriend, and while Kev briefly hides his head in the sand, he realizes he can’t fall back in the old patterns he had with his ex-wife if he wants a healthy relationship with Christy.

In this story, Kingsley also beautifully brought together characters from several of her other books. Christy is the niece of Clara from Hoping For Hemingway, so there are some appearances by her aunt and August in 32 Rowan Blvd. And there is a HILARIOUS text chat throughout the book that serves as gossip central featuring several characters from Kingsley’s Kinney Brothers series. I never realized that the town was the same!

If you are looking for a heartwarming, heartfelt, well-written tale between two people trying to make the most out of their lives and finding love along the way, then definitely check out this wonderful story! I received a complimentary copy and voluntarily left a review.

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