You Deserve Each Other, Sarah Hogle

You deserve each other was a fresh breath of air for me in the sometimes overcrowded enemies to loves romance sub genre. I often say enemies to lovers is not my favourite. I love reading banter between couples but when it gets a bit to spiteful and petty yeah fun turns sour for me. I... Continue Reading →

The Duchess Deal (Girl Meets Duke #1), Tessa Dare

Ah I’ve heard so many times about Tessa Dare’s books, this is the first I’ve read though and it was everything I was hoping it would be. The Duchess Deal is a splash of beauty and the beast with a touch of regency and a whole lot of brooding. Basically a perfect mix for me,... Continue Reading →

Love Lettering, Kate Clayborn

Love Lettering is a sweet little romance about a insta-famous calligraphy artist and an uptight wall street smarty pants who come together on a fun quest which turns into a budding romance. Meg is a quiet girl who avoids confrontation at all costs. It’s this nature that has left her living with a friend who... Continue Reading →

Bad Blood, John Carreyrou

I love, love, loved this book. I haven’t read anything like it and I was so engrossed in everything that was happening, I just not could not put it down. I always had this idea in my head when I was younger that non fiction books were boring. I know thats not always the case... Continue Reading →

Ayesha At Last, Uzma Jalauddin

Ayesha at Last is the Pride and Prejudice inspired novel I didn’t even know I was looking for, but am so glad I found. Like the classic, this novel explores arranged marriages, the danger of first impressions and what can happen when you dream outside social expectations. Set in modern times with a cast of... Continue Reading →

I’ve Got Your Number, Sophie Kinsella

I think I’m going to say it. This is my favourite Sophie Kinsella book of all time. And given I really enjoy pretty much all of her books, that’s saying something! I’ve Got Your Number has a little bit of a confusing premise. Basically Poppy, a loveable, hilarious, classic Kinsella heroine picks up a phone... Continue Reading →

Boss Man Bridegroom, Meghan Quinn

I loved, loved, loved Boss Man Bridegroom, it was everything I didn’t know I was looking for when I picked it up. I picked it for the POPSUGAR reading challenge 2020 prompt “a book you picked because the title caught your attention” and when I was scrolling through my TBR and read that title I... Continue Reading →

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