ARC Review: Fake It Till You Bake It

Fake It Till You Bake It by Jamie Wesley Publication Date: 21 June 2022 Fake It Till You Bake It is the sweet, light-hearted story of Jada, a woman from a wealthy family who has been kind of directionless in trying to figure out what to do with her life. Her parents have cut her... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue by Jason June Publication Date: 31 May 2022 Sean, a high schooler in LA, is in love with love. Well, he's in love with the Hollywood rom-com version of it. But his happily ever after dreams are crushed when his boyfriend dumps him out of the blue (heh) for another guy.... Continue Reading →

Pub Day Review: The Romantic Agenda

The Romantic Agenda by Claire Kann Reading The Romantic Agenda was an interesting experience for me. Seeing there would be ace spectrum representation made it an auto-request for me. We do not have nearly enough ace rep in romance yet, which I kind of understand because there is such an incredibly vast spectrum of asexuality... Continue Reading →

Pub Day Review: Shall We Dance

Shall We Dance by Caroline Frank (Seasons of Love #2) In this second book of Caroline Frank's Seasons of Love series (I adored the first book, Fall Into You), we meet up with Barbara (Liza's best friend from book one) as she finds herself on a celebrity dance show. She needs money and she needs... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Night & Day

Night & Day by Enni AmandaPublication Date: 01 April 2022 Night & Day is the third installment of Enni Amanda's Love New Zealand series, and it's my favorite so far! When Mia, a girl from Finland on a round-the-world journey, gets robbed of all of her belongings in New Zealand, her last stop before heading... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Dating Dr. Dil

Dating Dr. Dil by Nisha SharmaPublication Date: 15 March 2022 I definitely had a love-hate relationship going with Dating Dr. Dil. I loved the Southeast Asian culture representation. It's not something I'm completely familiar with, but I have enjoyed learning as I've read more books centered on Southeast Asian characters. I loved the descriptions of... Continue Reading →

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