Our Stop, Laura Jane Williams

Thank you NetGalley and HarperCollins Publishers Australia for the ARC in exchange for an honest review. Our Stop is a cute, missed connections, light-hearted romance. Nadia and Daniel catch the same train… that is when Nadia doesn’t miss it. Daniel has finally worked up the courage to make a move on the gorgeous girl he sees on the train... Continue Reading →

Unfixable, Tessa Bailey

I really wanted to like this one! I read it off the back of loving Fix Her Up, my first Tessa Bailey book. But I can only rate this one as good not great. “It’s inevitable, Willa. We are inevitable. When you stop fooling yourself, come find me.”  Willa, our damaged heroine jumps at the... Continue Reading →

The Love Solution, Ashley Croft

Thank you NetGalley and Avon Books for the ARC in exchange for an honest review. This cute and quirky story follows two orphaned sisters and their respective journeys to finding love. Molly is a nerdy chemistry workaholic who is in love with her obtuse project leader. She’s working on an exciting, top secret project, to develop a “love... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Tuesday: Character Traits I Love

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January 2018. It’s all about love of lists, love of literature and bringing bookish people together.  This one is kinda hard I feel. I guess I usually focus on all the character traits that annoy me... Continue Reading →

Hot Head, Damon Suede

This came up as a recommendation to me on Goodreads based on the other MM books I'd read. Upon some further digging saw that it was a "gay for you" trope, basically meaning one or both of characters don't realise or are discovering that they are gay. Usually because they start developing feelings for a... Continue Reading →

The Au Pair, Emma Rous

Unfortunately for me, The Au Pair was only alright… which I’m not enjoying saying. I had high hopes for The Au Pair which tells the story of a family who live on a country estate shrouded in rumours and mystery. Seraphine Meyers has no photos of herself as a child. In fact, there’s none of... Continue Reading →

September 2019 Wrap Up

Another month of reading down and it was big one for me! Milestone this month with me passing 100 books for the year! Yay! I read 13 books this month which is probably my about average for me. I had three 5 star books and two rereads. My favourite book this month: Plan B (Best... Continue Reading →

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