Book Review: Open House

Laney Estel

Open House


BOOK: Open House

AUTHOR: Ruby Lang


Available on AMAZON


I have previously read and reviewed the first book in this series, Playing House. There is actually a reference to the couple (and scene) from the first book in the beginning of this one. You can definitely read this one as a standalone though. 


I was a little disappointed that the characters from the first book didn’t carry through to this one but I enjoyed it anyway. It is definitely a romance novel and pretty straight forward in that genre. The setting is also unique in that it takes place in a community garden. For readers of romance and rom coms. 


Short Synopsis (from Goodreads):

Tyson Yang never imagined that one day he’d be the de facto spokesperson for an illegal community garden. But when the once-rat-infested-but-now-thriving Harlem lot goes up for sale, Ty can’t just let all their hard work get plowed under.


Even if he is irresistibly drawn to the lovely but infuriatingly stubborn real estate associate.


Magda Ferrer’s family is already convinced this new job will be yet another flop in her small but growing list of career path failures. But her student debt isn’t going anywhere, and selling her uncle’s historic town house and the lot nearby means a chance to get some breathing room.


Ty is her charming rival, her incorrigible nemesis, the handsome roadblock to her success.


I received this book for review purposes from NetGalley. ⠀

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