Katia Rose always brings her A game with her writing. I have yet to come across a book of hers I didn’t love. She has this charisma that jumps off the page with her writing. Its light but at the same time profound. It’s fun but meaningful.
The Bar Next Door is no exception. Unique characters, original storyline, and great writing. This book has it all. Witt, humour, but also memorable quotes and references.
Monroe and Julien are everything. They zing with electricity, they FEEL REAL. They are your typical people next door. Maybe that’s because I can picture everything about this novel being set where I live, but there’s something so tangible about this story.
Whenever I think of a Katia Rose book, I simply have the biggest smile on my face. There is such a joy that inhibits me when I immerse myself in one of her stories.