267. Recommendation Requests with Sarah and Amanda, Part the First!

It’s RecReq time! I asked the podcast Patreon community what types of books they’re looking for more of, and what they’d like to read next. Now, Amanda and I answer many of your book recommendation requests!

So we start with reader requests for romances with beta heroes, friends to lovers, intelligent heroines, virginal characters, mystery romances and heroines in disguise. Along the way we talk about post-therapy food indulgences and both of our Very Large Cats who assisted during this episode.

This is a three-part conversation, so come back next week for even more fun and amazement at Amanda’s excellent memory.

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This Episode’s Music

Aurora - Michael McGoldrick Our music in each episode is provided by Sassy Outwater.

This is a song called “Mackerel & Tatties” by Michael McGoldrick from his album, Aurora.

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