Conventionally Yours (True Colors, #1), Annabeth Albert

Conventionally Yours is a sweet and super cute opposites attract novel about two fantasy gamers falling in love. This slow burn romance takes place when our two gaming guys, who feature on a YouTube channel, find themselves on a road trip across America together, on their way to a big gaming convention where they both... Continue Reading →

A Court of Silver Flames (A Court of Thorns and Roses #4), Sarah J. Maas

A Court of Silver Flames is the long awaited fourth book in the A Court of Thorns a Roses Series. Seriously though, it’s been four years since the previous book dropped and I am glad I didn’t hold my breath. It was worth the wait though! This chunky book definitely delivered a massive story and... Continue Reading →

Midnight Sun, Stephanie Meyer

Midnight Sun for many Twilight readers is the long promised alternate POV book - Twilight from Edward’s perspective. Now Twilight is by no means the best series I have read, however I do remember enjoying it when I read it all those years ago. I haven’t reread it but it holds a special place in... Continue Reading →

Dirty Letters, Vi Keeland

This was a romance that I wanted to love but unfortunately only liked. I’ve read most of Vi Keeland’s books and whilst I’ve loved some, just as many have only been 3 star reads for me. I do love how most of her books are stand alone and that they are all different, dealing with... Continue Reading →

The Paris Secret, Natasha Lester

The Paris Secret was an enjoyable, and dare I say, relatively light World War Two novel that focuses on the perspectives of two women, one in the past and one present day. Jumping back and forth, we have two concurrent stories throughout the entire novel, that each have their own characters, complications and resolutions. In... Continue Reading →

Beach Read, Emily Henry

Beach Read has popped up only many lists as one of the most anticipated romance books of the year and also heralded as a romance for people who don’t like romance. Having now read it, I can see why it’s been filling up my feed for both those reasons! In this one we follow January... Continue Reading →

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