In my bid to do two things in 2021, read more romance books, and work on reading all the books i’ve been gifted in the past, i picked up my copy of The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai in January!Continue reading “The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai”
I’ve hit quite the reading slump in the last month or so. With a mix of a new job, blog-tober and everything else, i think i had a severe lack in effort to read. I found that a lot of things weren’t making me happy to read too, which have led to some DNF’s that i never expected.
I picked up a copy of The Witch’s Kiss quite a while ago, thinking that i wouldn’t get around to it any time soon. Admittedly it’s not really my ‘thing’. I’m not a fan of Witches and most of all, i had no idea what this story was actually about. When i saw that Katherine and Elizabeth were announced for YALC this year, i figured i may as well pick it up and see why it seemed so popular last year. I ended up speeding through it.
I adore this book, I honestly do. It took me a couple of months to get through but this wasn’t because I didn’t get into it but because I was trying to co-read it with my girlfriend (co-reading is easier said than done) so we were trying to stay in sync with the chapters which was a difficult task! Continue reading “Everything Leads To You by Nina LaCour Review”
I grabbed a copy of Dash And Lily a few years back to add to my ever growing collection of David Levithan. It never really appealed to me until i saw the release of the Christmas sequel this year, realising i should probably get it read (considering i picked up the Christmas version). It pleasantly surprised me.
I’ve been anticipating the release of Winters Snow for quite a while now, so i picked one up in my local Waterstones just after the release! The physical copies of Carrie’s first novella are only available in Waterstones stores, otherwise are available as an ebook! I was eagerly awaiting this release after loving On The Other Side so much, so got to reading it right away. – Spoilers –
I’m a big fan of Rainbow Rowell’s work. She writes the perfect YA story that you can melt in to. It’s easy reading for a time when you don’t really know what else to read. Attachments is the first adult novel of i have read of hers, and i wasn’t disappointed in finding out it has the exact same charm as her other novels.