Thanks to the publisher & Netgalley for the complimentary e-ARC. All opinions provided are my own.
Lavash at First Sight by Taleen Voskuni made me have such a big heart-smile.
I loved so much about it, especially:
🧡 how both Nazeli & Vanya are Armenian-American & this is something really important to them & to their families in general. I love how they are able to bond over that shared history & culture—their mutual respect for each others’ parents really got to me!
🧡FMC Nazeli’s passion & drive to give everything her all. The tension between her demanding 9-5 (more like 24/7, as hard as she works) & the toll she grows to understand it’s taking on her feels relatable!
🧡 so much family love! I know I mentioned this earlier but I just love how the family is represented here. There are some hiccups along the way but also so much love & understanding & acceptance.
🧡 Romeo & Juliet vibes but make it queer & add a food competition
🧡 honesty & transparency & a willingness to admit mistakes. Nazeli doesn’t take the easy insult road earlier in the book but later, when she does make a mistake, she’s very self-aware & takes responsibility.
For my romance peeps, I wanna let you know this is closed door.
But I also want to shout to the world that this book is so sweet & lovely and I loved it!
4.5⭐️. Out 05/07.
CWs: Toxic work environment & Nazeli’s boss makes negative & harmful comments about her body. Reference to Armenian Genocide.
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