Best of 2022: Number Three

Book Lovers by Emily Henry Here is another book that I think everyone read this year. Once again, Emily Henry proves her mastery of the romance genre. She's an auto-buy author for me and for so many people I know. Henry's books just make me happy, and I keep them on my shelf as comfort... Continue Reading →

Best of 2022: Number Five

Delilah Green Doesn't Care by Ashley Herring Blake I read this way back in January, and in my review I said that this would be a strong contender for best of the year. And now here we are, and I was right. I don't even know what to say about this book that hasn't been... Continue Reading →

Best of 2022: Number Six

Lizzie Blake's Best Mistake by Mazey Eddings If you're a fan of: ❤️ A flawless representation of the beauty of neurodivergent brains❤️ Accidental pregnancy❤️ Platonic co-parenting plans that you know will not remain platonic❤️ An Australian hottie who is at the top of my book boyfriend list❤️ NSFW baked goods then you need to get... Continue Reading →

Best of 2022: Number Eight

A Lady for a Duke by Alexis Hall A historical romance about a trans woman and a grumpy duke? Sign my ass up! Hall has a talent for prose that seems to transcend any genre. You will be sucked in and will only be let go on his terms, when he is done putting you... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Highly Suspicious and Unfairly Cute

Highly Suspicious and Unfairly Cute by Talia Hibbert Publication date: 03 January 2023 from Joy Revolution Talia Hibbert writing YA? And the first book from Nicola & David Yoon's new imprint, Joy Revolution? I could not request this title fast enough. And apparently I couldn't read it fast enough, either. This book was one of... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: The Key to My Heart

The Key to My Heart by Lia Louis Publication date: 06 December 2022 The Key to My Heart is another poignant and heartwarming story from Lia Louis, who is quickly becoming an auto-buy author for me. This time we meet Natalie, still grieving the loss of her husband Russ two years after his death. And... Continue Reading →

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