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

The Last Goodbye by Fiona Lucas

"Everyone Anna knew had questions in their eyes these days when they spoke to her. Often, the same questions. But they were afraid of saying the wrong thing. Or not saying the right thing. Anna lives in a minefield of eggshells." ★★★★★ Anna lost the love of her life, leaving her world shattered. On New… Continue reading The Last Goodbye by Fiona Lucas

Hang the Moon by Alexandria Bellefleur

“But I think you’re right. With the right person, I don’t think it matters what you do or where you are.” ★★★★ Brendon is a romantic and a creator of a dating app to help people find their "one". His sister's friend Annie comes to visit before moving away to London. Annie isn't a romantic… Continue reading Hang the Moon by Alexandria Bellefleur

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

“Sometimes reality comes crashing down on you. Other times reality simply waits, patiently, for you to run out of the energy it takes to deny it.” ★★★★★ Movie icon Evelyn Hugo finally shares the secrets of her scandalous life. She hires Monique Grant for the job, and Monique is just happy for the opportunity to… Continue reading The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

The Sky Blues by Robbie Couch

“But for your own state of mind, for your own well-being, it’s important to take a second and remember the people who love you and support you. The people who make you happy. The people who make you one of the lucky ones.” ★★★★ Sky Baker is openly gay but tries to lay low since… Continue reading The Sky Blues by Robbie Couch

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

She Drives Me Crazy by Kelly Quindlen

"People break our hearts, but they create more room in them first, and that room makes it possible for us to become more ourselves." ★★★★★ Scottie is still trying to get over her ex-girlfriend that she thought was the one. After a difficult day, she ends up crashing into a car, owed by her nemesis,… Continue reading She Drives Me Crazy by Kelly Quindlen

Neon Gods By Katee Robert

“For someone so determined to be labelled a monster, he’s incredibly invested in my pleasure and consent.” ★★★★ Persephone finds herself forcefully engaged to Zeus, but she isn't interested. When fleeing she finds a forbidden underground city and she makes a bargain with a man she believes was a myth. This is a kinky Hades… Continue reading Neon Gods By Katee Robert

The Soulmate Equation By Christina Lauren

“Statistics can't tell us what will happen, they can only tell us what might happen.” ★★★★★ This book follows single mom Jess, a statistics wizard, who was raised by her grandparents after her reckless mother disappeared on her. One day she randomly decides to sign up for a DNA-based matchmaking company that is becoming popular… Continue reading The Soulmate Equation By Christina Lauren

Fat Chance, Charlie Vega by Crystal Maldonado

"You have to really be kind to yourself and look out for yourself because the world can be cold and cruel. Don’t feel bad, ever, about putting yourself first." ★★★★ Charlie is fat and is trying to learn how to love herself regardless of the people in her life not making it easy. The one… Continue reading Fat Chance, Charlie Vega by Crystal Maldonado