Pub Day Review: Husband Material

Husband Material by Alexis Hall (London Calling Book 2) As excited as I was about the idea of this book, I was very much terrified about the actual real presence of it in my hands and in front of my eyeballs. You see, Boyfriend Material is one of the great loves of my life. I... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Lessons in Chemistry

Lessons in Chemistry by  Bonnie Garmus Elizabeth Zott is a force to be reckoned with. She is a brilliant chemist, a fact that goes unrecognized because she is a woman in an era when women were only supposed to be housewives and mothers. The only one who sees her as an equal is the grudge-holding... 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: Acts of Violet

Acts of Violet by Margarita Montimore Publication Date: 05 July 2022 I loved Oona Out of Order, and I was hopeful that Montimore would be able to bring that same magic (ha) to her latest book, Acts of Violet. And wow, did she deliver on this one! I received this surprise ARC in the mail... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Maggie Moves On

Maggie Moves On by Lucy Score Publication Date: 21 June 2022 A Jennesaisreads Starred Review Maggie Moves On came to me at just the perfect moment. I won't say I was in a reading slump, but I did feel like I had a particular itch that hadn't recently been scratched. I couldn't really pinpoint what... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Autoboyography

Autoboyography by Christina Lauren Audiobook narration by Deacon Lee Well, Christina Lauren, you have officially broken me with this sweet, tender, beautiful story. I don't really have any words to say in the form of an official review, because typing through tears is difficult. I can only say that these characters are so lovely and... Continue Reading →

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