finished reading

I finished this fun Mardi Gras romcom with a smile on my face.  I liked the main characters and wanted them to get together.  I loved the hipster vibe of the record store in New Orleans setting.  I loved learning more about Mardi Gras' history, too.

From the publisher:
This laugh-out-loud romantic comedy sizzles with chemistry and the magic of a Mardi Gras backdrop in an adorable opposites attract story from USA Today bestseller Melanie Jacobson! Sparks fly when LA glitz meets New Orleans grit . . . When Anneke flits into town between high fashion shoots to help her best friend open his new jazz club, the last thing she's looking for is a reason to stay. She'll explore the city, make her appearances, and then she's off to the next adventure. Until she realizes that her massive online crush is the proprietor of a dusty old record shop in town . . . At twenty-nine, Jonah has already been there, done that, and he's over it. Fame and fortune? Ha. Keep it. He's had a front row seat his whole life to the way it changes people. Not even the flirty supermodel he keeps crossing paths with can change his mind . . . Until Jonah discovers that Anneke is the woman he's been half in love with for months already. But . . . she's everything he's never wanted. Isn't she?

#52bookclub prompt 40: set during a holiday you don't celebrate.

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