Oh look! A Pride and Prejudice retelling/spin-off. Who would have thought such a book would be on this blog??? Lol. How many times have I talked about how I want to read all the Pride and Prejudice retellings?! Well, I never thought I would find a book (let alone a series!) where Mary Bennet is a British spy but here we are. I loved reading this book!
I didn't know how much I needed a story about a girl football player and a girl cheerleader, but I totally did. Homefield Advantage delivered on everything it offered and more. Dahlia Adler does it again!!
You know when you wait too long to write a review and then you remember almost nothing?? Wellll, here we are. I remember the main points (mainly because parts of this book are horrifying!!), but the details...a little sketchy. But let's talk about Primal Animals!
An exact quote of what I wrote on Goodreads moments after finishing The Agathas: "This is everything I wanted it to be and more!!" I don't think I need to say more than that.
If you've been to school in America, chances are you've come across a dress code (is this a thing in other places too?). The one at my school didn't allow baggy pants, spaghetti straps, shorts/skirts that were a certain length, and at one point, scarves (I got in trouble for this one. don't ask). They… Continue reading Does My Body Offend You?: All Bodies Deserve Respect and Protection
Some books are just so happy and accepting that you can't help but smile and feel all warm inside when you read them. That is The One True Me and You. It's got fandom, fanfiction, queer love, figuring things out, and standing up for what you believe in.
It's taken me a while to write this review because 1) I am a master procrastinator and 2) I CRIED FOR TWO HOURS AFTER FINISHING THIS BOOK. Ashley Schumacher had me crying my eyes out with Amelia Unabridged and now here we are again with Full Flight. Let's talk about the absolute sob fest this… Continue reading Full Flight by Ashley Schumacher: Can You Drown In Your Own Tears??
Sometimes, someone will say a book has good banter between the two main characters, and then you read it and it's like "meh." That was not the case with The Viscount's Lady Novelist. The banter between the hero and heroine was borderline addictive.
It's been a while, but here we are...back with a historical romance!! But Her Country Gentleman actually includes three different historical romance stories from three different authors. It's perfect. They are the perfect length.
Bright Ruined Things tells the story of Mae who has only ever lived on this magical island along with the Prosper family. But while they come and go, she never leaves the island. Why would she want to? It's magical!