Bookish Thoughts for St. Valentine’s Day

Spoilers for the Shatter Me series, the Lunar Chronicles, the Kiss Quotient series, Persuasion, and Alexandria Ripley's Scarlett. I've never really been one of those people who celebrate St. Valentine's Day. I hate crowded restaurants. Forcing someone to buy me something to prove they love me on a specific day doesn't appeal to me. Flowers... Continue Reading →

The Bride Test by Helen Hoang

I'm pretty sure Helen Hoang is my favorite romance author of all time. Ok, I don't read a lot of romance or maybe any other romance, but when another one appeared on the Read Harder list this year, she's the first author I thought of. Even better, she actually had a book that fit the... Continue Reading →

The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang

Thank you to all those people on Goodreads that said this was a good option for Read Harder's task 13, a book by or about someone that identifies as neurodiverse. Stella, one of the two protagonists, is autistic and has some opinions about how her "labels" affect her relationships with people. She's one of my... Continue Reading →

The Price of Paradise by Susana López Rubio, translated by Achy Obejas

This is not normally my kind of romance and even though I wasn't head over heels about it, I did enjoy this book. The Price of Paradise takes place in that long gone time in Cuba before Castro. Though it's often romanticized, I appreciate that this story brings back the memory of how thick the... Continue Reading →

TTT: Top Ten Favorite Romances

This week's topic is : All About Romance Freebie I decided to do my top two in five different categories because choosing just one category was not going to work out for me. So here they are by category: Favorite Love triangles  I have a tendency to hate a love triangle, particularly in YA. It's really that... Continue Reading →

The Moonlit Garden by Corina Bomann, translated by Alison Layland

Review: I listened to this one, narrated by  Justine Eyre. It was about 12 hours long, but it passed by quickly with this fun read. It's not particularly deep or magical and it doesn't call life as we know it into question. It's a nice read/listen, light and intriguing for anyone in the mood for... Continue Reading →

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