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 →
Red, White and Royal Blue crashed into the book world, pretty much popping up everywhere and credit to Casey McQuiston for her stellar debut. As you may very well of heard Red, White and Royal Blue follows the unlikely romance between the First Son of America, Alex Claremont-Diaz and young Prince Henry of England. “History,... Continue Reading →
Ah The Bride Test, I’ve been waiting not-so-patiently for you. And I’m happy to say, you didn’t disappoint. The Bride Test is Helen Hoang’s second book and a sequel to The Kiss Quotient. You can read my review of that one linked there but essentially, I loved it. This story is set in the same... Continue Reading →
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.