Crown of Coral and Pearl by Mara Rutherford

★★★★ A childhood accident left Nor with a scar which has made her 'valueless' compared to her perfect twin sister who is arranged to be wed to the Prince. But when her sister Zaddie gravely injures herself, Nor must go in her place using magic to disguise her scars or else her village is at… Continue reading Crown of Coral and Pearl by Mara Rutherford

The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams

★★★★★ Gavin Scott's wife wants a divorce and he is desperate to fix things. So desperate that he agrees to join the Bromance Book Club. Where a group of "alpha" men read romances together to help each other be good husbands. Gavin begins his plan to win her over and get her to fall in… Continue reading The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams

The Layover by Lacie Waldon

★★★ Ava is going on her last trip as a flight attendant before she gets married and settles down. But the plane has issues and she is forced to spend time with the gorgeous former pilot Jack Stone who is also her nemesis. But as she actually gets to know Jack and enjoy this surprise… Continue reading The Layover by Lacie Waldon

August Wrap-Up

I managed to read a lot of books this month with my time off from school, which I am super happy about. Since school starts again in September I can expect that this pattern won't continue. I've been struggling with reading fantasy but managed to read some good ones this month. I highly recommend checking… Continue reading August Wrap-Up

The Off Limits Rule by Sarah Adams

★★★ Single mom Lucy is moving in with her older brother when she meets his hot friend. They can't help but notice the connection they have, but what do they when her brother uses the off-limits rule. I thought this was a simple and cute story. I don't usually like kids in books but this… Continue reading The Off Limits Rule by Sarah Adams

July Wrap-Up

I read some incredible books this month and some not so much. Subscribe to get a notification for when my reviews for the release. I have been struggling with fantasy so I might try to stick to contemporary romance this August. I can't believe summer is almost over, but it just means fall releases are… Continue reading July Wrap-Up

Punk 57 by Penelope Douglas

“We’re all ugly, Ryen. The only difference is, some hide it and some wear it.” ★★★★★ Misha has been penpals with Ryen since they were kids. As they grow older they fall more in love with each other through each letter. So what does Misha do when he meets her but keeps his identity secret.… Continue reading Punk 57 by Penelope Douglas

The Rules of Arrangement by Anisha Bhatia

★★★ Zoya is doing great in life but is not the perfect Indian girl. She’s overweight, spunky and dark-skinned and at 26 isn't married. To appease her family she agrees to an arranged marriage, but what will she do about her own dreams and desires. I really wanted to like this book, it wasn't bad… Continue reading The Rules of Arrangement by Anisha Bhatia

Cinderella Is Dead by Kalynn Bayron

“I think sometimes we make the mistake of thinking monsters are abhorrent aberrations, lurking in the darkest recesses when the truth is far more disturbing. The most monstrous men are those who sit in plain sight, daring you to challenge them.” ★★★★★ Two hundred years after Cinderella married Prince Charming teen girls are now required… Continue reading Cinderella Is Dead by Kalynn Bayron

June Wrap-Up

School has been tough so I wasn't able to read as many books as I wanted this month. But I did get to read some amazing LGBTQIA+ books this month to celebrate pride. Some of these books I've wanted to read for awhile, so I am super happy to have finally gotten to read them.… Continue reading June Wrap-Up