Like Other Girls: Football, Internalized Misogyny, and Finding Your People

Sports books AKA books where sports happen usually aren't my thing, but if they're like Like Other Girls by Britta Lundin, then I will read ALL of them. I don't know what I was expecting from this book, but what I got was so goooood. Finding your people, dealing with internalized misogyny, and discovering love where you never expected it. FUCK YES.

The Devil in Her Bed: Amazing Backstory but the Rest Falls Flat

Here we go again! Historical romance, anyone?? This is also called "the publicist/marketing person sends Sarah an eARC and apparently she can't say no". Soooo, here we are again. Let's discuss The Devil in Her Bed by Kerrigan Byrne. Synopsis (from Goodreads): He lives in secret service to the Crownβ€”a man of duty, deception, and… Continue reading The Devil in Her Bed: Amazing Backstory but the Rest Falls Flat

The Project: I Don’t Know How I’m Still Alive

Y'all, prepare yourself! I was very nervous going into this book because cults scare me. The lack of control, the initiation, the smart people being brought in even when they know better. It's scary. But me not reading a Courtney Summers book was not going to happen so I swept my fears into a corner… Continue reading The Project: I Don’t Know How I’m Still Alive