A Guide to Jenn Bennett’s Books!

Today is the release of Jenn Bennett’s newest contemporary novel, Chasing Lucky! The release was originally scheduled for May, but got pushed back due to Covid. BUT, because of that, I did share my review with all of you quite early!

I wanted to make sure I put this one back on your radar now that it’s officially released, and I thought what better way than to make a whole guide for Jenn Bennett’s books?!

You guys know I’m a fan of all of her books, and since I’ve read quite a few of them now, I feel qualified to share this post! If you would like me to do more like this (for other authors or genres), let me know!

Where to start

Alex, Approximately: This is my personal favorite of Jenn Bennett’s, and it’s where I started with her stories! I think it’s a great way to get into her work because it’s a You’ve Got Mail retelling, so if you’re familiar with that one, this may be perfect for you. Also, it’s one of her more popular ones, so that also might make it easier to find!

  • Film references
  • Secret identities
  • Museums

The Anatomical Shape of a Heart: This is Jenn Bennett’s first standalone contemporary, so for that it’s also a great place to start if you are looking to read in publication order! Before this book, she also wrote some paranormal fantasy romances, but I haven’t read any of her earlier work, so I can’t speak for it! This is actually the most recent book of hers I’ve read, and I think it holds up well! You can definitely see improvement in her later novels, but I think this was a fantastic read that is a great example of what she has to offer!

  • Art
  • Anatomy
  • schizophrenia representation (though I can’t speak to its accuracy)

If you want a magical adventure…

The Lady Rogue: This is the only fantasy by her I’ve read, but I absolutely adored it! I’ve also written a review for this one, if you want more in-depth thoughts. Basically, it is a fun and adorable adventure story! You will get all of the witty banter and cute romance scenes that Jenn Bennett is known for but in a historical/fantasy-ish setting (there are a few fantasy elements)! This one ended up surprising me a lot and it is definitely a must-read for me!

  • Treasure hunt
  • Rescue mission
  • Slight magical twist?

If you want a cozy and warm story…

Serious Moonlight: This is the perfect book to pick up during the fall and winter seasons. I mean, just look at the cover! This one follows two characters as they go on an adventure to figure out the reason for a mystery man’s meetings at the hotel they work at. It was just such a fun and cozy book.

  • Hotel mystery
  • Seattle
  • Homeschooled main character!

If you want enemies to lovers…

Starry Eyes: This is the perfect summer read (for all of my southern hemisphere friends), but it’s also just a cute book to read all year round—especially if you want to revisit the summer! I also know that tons of people love the enemies to lovers trope (and this one is childhood friends to enemies to lovers, what could be better?)! And, I have a review for this one, too!

  • Camping trip gone wrong
  • Overthinking and over-planning main character
  • Lots of witty banter

If you want summer vibes…

Chasing Lucky: Finally, we have a super fun summery read! This is Jenn’s latest release, like I mentioned, and it comes out TODAY! I really enjoyed it for its small town vibes, lots of summer activities, and fun plot line.

  • Small town
  • Childhood best friends (to enemies? to lovers?)
  • Family owned bookstore

Have you read any of Jenn Bennett’s books? Which one is your favorite? Are you going to pick up a new one now?

4 thoughts on “A Guide to Jenn Bennett’s Books!

  1. I love this! I’ve only read Alex Approximately and loved it so much that I added all her books. I bought Chasing Lucky at the beginning of October in the local bookstore and was so confused yesterday when I read it was published that day haha. Turns out I bought the UK edition that was published in June. I can’t wait to read it! And I can’t wait to read the other ones either. :)

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