ARC Review: My Lady Jane by Brodi Ashton, Cynthia Hand and Jodi Meadows

My Lady Jane

Some of you might know that The Princess Bride is one of my favorite novels in the scope of reality and others might not. Well now you do. I’ve had My Lady Jane on my TBR since it was first announced. I saw the 3 wonderful authors who had decided to get together to write […]

Book Review: Summer Skin by Kirsty Eagar

Summer Skin

Self-aware, confident, and sexy – it’s little wonder that Summer Skin is making waves amongst the blogging circle. The book offers a realistic take on gender inequality and the dilemmas faced by those on the cusp of adulthood. Jess shines as a heroine – she’s flawed and unapologetic, but she’s also incredibly sympathetic. As the […]

[Blog Tour] Review: A Totally Awkward Love Story by Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison

A totally awkward love story

Reasons you need this book 1. It is FUCKING HILARIOUS. It’s also just got a very different sense of humor found in American YA novels. The straight-forward, British humor made me LOL a lot. Also British humor in general is pretty great. Lots of LOLs to be had.  2. It is Sex-positive. It isn’t just […]

7 Reasons Why The Star-Touched Queen Needs to be on your TBR

The Star-Touched Queen

Before I say anything else about the book, I want to mention that this book is not inspired by Indian Mythology but rather Hindu Mythology. Many might assume that the two are the same thing but they are not as India is not comprised of one religion.   1. It’s amazing. Of course it is. […]

A Guide to Historical Romance: Brought to You By Rashika

A Guide to Historical Romance featured image

A while ago, I did a Why Romance? post and talked about some of the stigmas surrounding the romance genre. This isn’t necessarily a follow up but I felt like doing a post that showcased some of the awesome historical romances I have read. For this recommendation post, there are 3 categories. There could be […]

ARC Review: Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman

Blackhearts

Unfortunately, Blackhearts was a bitter disappointment – most of all because the book was sorely misrepresented by its marketing team. Pirates and ships seem to be all the rage these day in YA fiction (something I am still a little baffled about, what brought this on?!) – promising sea adventures and morally gray characters out […]

ARC Review: Banished by Kimberley Griffiths Little

Banished

I am now officially calling 2016 the year of the meh books because I have yet to read a book that has truly blown my mind and makes me want to roll around in the mud with joy. Banished is by no means a bad book, I would actually say that on the whole, it […]

ARC Review: Assassin’s Heart by Sarah Ahiers

AssassinsHeart

This book is a prime example of wasted potential. It had assassins, it had drama, it had high stakes – yet the excution left much to be desired. At times, the story became too ludicrous, the world building too farfetched, and the characterisation too inconsistent fot there to be any ounce of believability. We begin […]