Pub Day Review: From the Jump

From the Jump by Lacie Waldon Lacie Waldon is going to spoil me with all of these great locations in her books! I never thought South Africa would be on my travel bucket list, but I think it is now. From the Jump, Waldon's follow-up to last year's enemies-to-lovers The Layover, is the slow-burning friends-to-lovers... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow

Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow's difficult to describe, and that's what makes this story so breathtaking. On the surface it is the story of Sam and Sadie, two kids who meet in a hospital and then grow up together as best friends and business partners and... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Epically Earnest

Epically Earnest by Molly Horan Publication Date: 21 June 2022 Having never read Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest, I cannot speak to the similarities between it and this modern-day retelling (or so it has been billed). I can, however, talk about how much I enjoyed this book. Molly Horan's debut novel is alive... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Just Your Local Bisexual Disaster

Just Your Local Bisexual Disaster by Andrea Mosqueda This was a lovely debut novel from Chicana author Andrea Mosqueda. I'll admit that the cover art is what drew me in and made me want to check out this book. I mean, just look at it! ❤️ The titular bisexual disaster is Maggie, and she has... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: The Unplanned Life of Josie Hale

The Unplanned Life of Josie HalePublication Date: 03 May 2022 I absolutely adored The Unplanned Life of Josie Hale. It is sweet and lovely and was exactly what I needed to read at the time. Josie is newly separated from her husband, and has just found out that she's pregnant. While drowning her sorrows in... 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 →

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