Book Review: Window Shopping by Tessa Bailey

After reading ‘It Happened One Summer’ by this author which is one of my best reads this year, it’s no surprise that I jumped on this one especially when it’s a holiday themed story.

‘Window Shopping‘ is a really sweet and steamy romance story about how the charming Arden and grumpy Stella fall in love. As always, when a male protagonist knows what he wants and goes for it, I am sold out to him and Arden was everything and a bag of chips on top of it in that department. I loved their chemistry from the first day they met and how the author built up the romance until it peaked nicely. Apart from the romance angle, this story also carried some very relevant themes such as second chances, forgiveness, self confidence, self love and the need to stand up for yourself. These sub-themes wrapped up nicely with the entire story and made it really an exceptional read for me. To say the least, I loved it!

I highly recommend but watch out for the spicy sex scenes if that’s not your thing. Also, if you are triggered by stories about people in prison or toxic friendships/relationships, you may want to cautiously go into reading this one.

Rating: 5 Stars

Published: October 19th 2021 by Tessa Bailey

Pages: 256

Genre: Romance


The Author:

Tessa Bailey

New York Times Bestselling author Tessa Bailey can solve all problems except for her own, so she focuses those efforts on stubborn, fictional blue collar men and loyal, lovable heroines. She lives on Long Island avoiding the sun and social interactions, then wonders why no one has called. Dubbed the “Michelangelo of dirty talk,” by Entertainment Weekly, Tessa writes with spice, spirit, swoon and a guaranteed happily ever after. Catch her on TikTok at @authortessabailey or check out for a complete list of books.

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