Most Dramatic Ever: The Bachelor
Get the popcorn out, because the gossip is about to get juicy. Fans of reality TV shows will love this book from the ECW pop classics series. While discussing The Bachelor, it provides insight into the modern dating scene and delves into the popularity of the show we all know and love.
Most Dramatic Ever: The Bachelor by Suzannah Showler, $11, amazon.ca.
The Kiss Quotient
Love doesn't have anything to do with mathematical probability. At least, that's what a 30-year-old woman with Asperger's found out. Inexperienced in the art of kissing, math nerd Stella Lane hires an escort to teach her the ways. Heartwarming and unexpected, this is a sweet story about how love is the best logic.
Just when June is about to settle down for retirement, her family situation blows up. Her kids won't move out, her husband makes a startling announcement and her son is left a single father. A quirky and humorous novel about the Figgs' family dynamics, this is ultimately a book about self-discovery and resilience.
The Figgs by Ali Bryan, $22, amazon.ca.