I don’t consider myself a big fan of summer contemporaries simply because I live on an island where it's practically summer every single day. I always find them cliche and predictable, especially with the whole tourist aspect which I hate. If Birds Fly Back is the complete and total opposite of what I just described. … Continue reading If Birds Fly Back by Carlie Sorosiak ARC Review: A Contemporary Worth Remembering.
My Review: Lucky in Love brings the the trademark Kasie West romance with a new premise: What if you won the lottery? How do you stay true to yourself in the midst of all those new changes? I’ve got to say that I really enjoyed this book. I read it all in one sitting. Maddie’s … Continue reading Blog Tour: Lucky in Love by Kasie West: What’s Luck Have to Do With It? + Giveaway!
The Skin Deep series is all about tattoo artists and hot Navy men finding their way towards each other so I knew exactly what I was getting into the moment I started this book. Though I have no read the first book in this series, I feel like it didn't take much away from the … Continue reading Pounding Skin by L.A. Witt: ARC Review! Shy Tattoo Artist Meets Rakish Fighter Pilot
I’m a sucker for romance. It’s my go-to genre in music, books, and film when I’m happy, sad, angry, frustrated, nostalgic, etc. The past few months, particularly from late March until the first week of June, the political situation where I live and study has been tense. During this time, especially the last few weeks, … Continue reading I Believe in a Thing Called Love by Maurene Goo [Review] Perfect Adorable Summer Read!
I've been expanding my reading material lately and I've been leaning towards books with LGBTQAIP+ leads because as a member of the community, I feel like I should be able to indulge and enjoy more books about people that share my experience or live in the community day by day. Paint a Story on your … Continue reading Paint a Story on Your Skin by L.J. Hamlin: Mini Novelette Review!
The only other book I have read by Paula Stokes has been Girl Against The Universe, exactly a year ago. It was cute and super mental health positive, whereas This Is How It Happened is much more serious in the topics it tackles, and I think it is a good reflection of the times and … Continue reading This Is How It Happened by Paula Stokes [Release Day Review] Insightful and Important!
What draws you in to The King of Bourbon Street from the beginning is our hero, Sol DuMont, the newly divorced, openly bisexual 37 year-old hotel chain mogul. Sol is, for lack of a better word, a complete and cocky asshole (pardon my french). He embodies charm and power, and it's difficult not to feel … Continue reading The King of Bourbon Street by Thea de Salle: Erotic Romance Done Right
Camila's Review: Its hard enough to get me into sci-fi, make it YA and I'll do my best to skip it. So why did I decide to pick up this one? Simply because my friends will not shut up about it (plus the cover is stunning) and I can see why. "...the truth was a … Continue reading Want by Cindy Pon: A New YA Series to Look Out For!
I went into this not knowing it was actually a short novella but it was exactly what I need after all the long reads I've had lately. The story revolves around jaded exes, Nick and Justin, who've been separated for three months now and are trying to deal with ending a 9 year relationship so … Continue reading Foundations Weak and Strong: ARC mini review!
What makes you pick up a graphic novel? For me, it's always the art. I can grow to love a story even if it's not my preferred genre if the art is great enough. Joyride accomplished that but just barely. I’m not a huge fan of sci-fi in general; space just doesn’t cut it for … Continue reading Joyride Vol. 1: Mini Review!