Another book by this contemporary romance duo and since I basically read everything they come out with, of course I picked this one, their latest up. In The Honey-Don’t List we meet the Tripps are a famous renovating couple that own their own furniture store, are hosts on a home renovation tv show, and more... Continue Reading →
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 →
I loved this story so much and pretty much new I would from the get go. As someone who loves both books and trivia, admittedly not to that extent, I felt immediately drawn into the work Nina Hill choses to fully immerse herself in. “Being surrounded by books was the closest she'd ever gotten to... Continue Reading →
This book was unlike anything other I’ve ever read and it was wonderful. Telling the story of a cranky old man, this novel switches between the past and the present day in the life of Ove. When Ove’s wife dies, he decides he’s had enough of this life without and sets out to join her... Continue Reading →
Good Luck With That was not at all what I was expecting. I was in a bit of a 'not sure what to read next mood' and I just picked this one up on a whim, not having ready any blurbs of reviews. I was very pleasantly surprised.
Leah on the Offbeat follows the story of Leah Bourke, Simon's best friend from the first book in the series, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. We know Leah as Simon's long time quirky but moody friend with a lot going on, though we never exactly find out what!
Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda follows the story of teenager Simon, who is coming to terms with his sexuality and how that fits in with his family, his friends and his school. Along the way Simon faces challenges of love, betrayal, heartache and loss of confidence as he fights his way through the ups and downs of growing up.
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.