Full Tilt (Full Tilt #1), Emma Scott

Heart broken, no real words, must read. I have wanted to read this book for a long time. I knew it would be good but I also knew it was going to be incredibly sad. Full Tilt didn't disappoint in either respect and although I cried myself to sleep I am so glad I finally... Continue Reading →

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The Flatshare, Beth O’Leary

Tiffy and Leon share a flat. Tiffy and Leon share a bed. Tiffy and Leon have never met… What a cute and unique story.I absolutely loved the premise of The Flatshare, I’ve not read anything like it! Tiffy gets is broke, heart-broken and desperate so when she comes across Leon’s proposal, she jumps on it. The... Continue Reading →

Luna and the Lie, Mariana Zapata

Mariana Zapata, Queen of the slow burn does it again. 4.9 Stars, and only because Kulti will forever and always be my favourite. I always wait with bated breath for Mariana Zapata's books. I wish they were released more often but I guess if they were they wouldn't be as special. (Kind of like if... Continue Reading →

The Kiss Quotient (The Kiss Quotient #1), Helen Hoang

What a book!!!!! The Kiss Quotient is a beautiful story about Stella Lane, a lovely, smart and gorgeous woman who has high functioning Autism. Despite having a successful career she has struggled with her 'label' all her life. She struggles with social situations and has a tendency to be painfully honest, but she's so endearing and willing to put herself out there that she puts up with some pretty shitty people.

Unbreak My Heart (Fotering Love #1), Nicole Jacquelyn

I'm not exactly sure what takes it from good to one of my favourites. I've read army books, I've read book with big families, foster kids, second chance loves and unplanned pregnancies. I've ready books that are turn enemies to lovers, friends to family and kids into adults. But this book just stands out for me...enough that I've read it 5 times.

The Hate U Give, Angie Thomas

Every young adult should read The Hate U Give and live Starrs life for a couple hundred pages and get to know what life might feel like from another point of view and maybe help to make the world a more compassionate place.

Next Year in Havana, Chanel Cleeton

There is so much to love about Next Year in Havana and it is filled with so much love but also so much hate, so much anger and so much desperation. It is really a story of suffering, hope and the heartbreak of Cuba and the Cuban people.

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