“The Birthday Card Boyfriend” by Krista Sandor

Sparkling Romance and Quirky Charm: A Review of “The Birthday Card Boyfriend” by Krista Sandor

In her latest novel, “The Birthday Card Boyfriend,” Krista Sandor delivers a charming rom-com that’s sure to leave readers with a smile on their faces. Set in the quaint town of Starrycard Creek, this book is the perfect blend of humor, romance, and heartfelt moments.

The story follows Isabelle, a passionate environmental activist, who finds herself in a steamy one-night stand with Kieran, a charismatic stranger she meets at a hotel bar. Little do they know, their paths will cross again as business rivals with conflicting views on the town’s expansion plans.

What makes this book stand out is Sandor’s portrayal of Kieran, a character who represents neurodivergence with authenticity and sensitivity. Isabelle’s transformation from a rigid activist to someone more accepting and understanding adds depth to the narrative and makes her journey all the more compelling.

The chemistry between Kieran and Isabelle is electric, and their interactions are both heartwarming and humorous. Sandor also weaves in mystical elements that add an enchanting touch to the story, making the town of Starrycard Creek feel truly magical.

One of the highlights of the book is the character of McKenzie, a young girl with wisdom beyond her years. Her bond with Kieran is touching, and her presence adds an extra layer of depth to the story.

Overall, “The Birthday Card Boyfriend” is a delightful read that will leave readers eagerly awaiting the next installment in the Starrycard Creek series. With its lovable characters, witty dialogue, and heartfelt moments, this book is sure to capture the hearts of rom-com fans everywhere.

Book Stats:
Rating 5/5
Series: Starrycard Creek
Series Type: Standalone
Tropes: Small Town, Opposites , close proximity, friends with benefits, dirty talker
Pop: 23%

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