So I’ve been sitting on The Betrayals by Bridget Collins for a while. Honestly, I have been conflicted about what to say. But if I had written this review immediately after reading, it would be a completely different review. But having spent some time ruminating on everything I read, I have a greater appreciation for […]
This book had a strong prologue and introduced the main plot of the series but I had a hard time getting past the first 20% of the book. I felt like it dragged on a little, but after it the book picked up very fast. It follows the events of the first book in this […]
“Enemies-to-lovers—it’s our trope, Buxbaum.” I ABSOLUTELY adored Painter’s cute as hell YA rom-com, Better Than the Movies!! It’s a rom-com about rom-com cliches, with two childhood frienemies, fake dating, lots of lol moments – what more could I have asked for?! Nothing. I didn’t expect to enjoy it as much as I actually did and […]
Alice Gunnersley and Alfie Mack sleep just a few feet apart from one another. They talk for hours every day. And they’ve never seen each other face-to-face.
After being in terrible accidents, the two now share the same ward as long-term residents of St. Francis’s Hospital. Although they don’t get off to the best start, the close quarters (and Alfie’s persistence to befriend everyone he meets) brings them closer together. Pretty soon no one can make Alice laugh as hard as Alfie does, and Alfie feels like he’s finally found a true confidante in Alice. Between their late night talks and inside jokes, something more than friendship begins to slowly blossom between them.
But as their conditions improve and the end of their stay draws closer, Alfie and Alice are forced to decide whether it’s worth continuing a relationship with someone who’s seen all of the worst parts of you, but never seen your actual face.
A tender novel of healing and hope, Before I Saw You reminds us that connections can be found even in the most unexpected of places—and that love is almost always blind.
Ok, the premise of “The House Swap” by Jo Lovett is darling!! Think, my favorite movie, “The Holiday”, but the love interests don’t meet in their vacation locales. They are the ones doing the swapping! It would make a great movie, so someone should really get on that, just sayin’. I will start by saying: […]
If you are debating whether or not to read this book, you must be new to the gang. In that case, please abort mission, clear your schedule (for the next seventy-two+ hours), get some coffee, put your hair in a bun and grab From Blood and Ash (Blood and Ash #1). If you did read […]
When my dad asked me to intern for his best friend, I knew I should’ve said no.
I had my own plans for the summer.
Ones that didn’t include revisiting my childhood crush.
Sleeping with the boss?
Probably not what my dad had in mind when he asked for my help.
But from the moment I step foot in the office, I can think of little else.
I still want Jonathan.
Am I willing to gamble my relationship with my dad and my heart?
TRUST NO WITCH. “Unlike storms, trouble doesn’t give signs like rain, so we must always be ready for it.” Witches Steeped in Gold is a Jamaican based fantasy novel which follows two female witches, Ira and Jazmyne, who form an alliance in the name of revenge and power. “The quest for power is like a singular […]