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 →

Call Me By Your Name, André Aciman

Call Me By Your Name was not exactly how I expected it would be but it was a really enjoyable read. We first me Oliver the same time Elio does, when the American arrives for a summer at Elio’s families Italian estate. Oliver, an academic, is there to translate his writings into Italian and assist... 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 →

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 →

The Worst Best Man, Mia Sosa

The Worst Best Man has a super cute cover, a fun sounding premise, and is own voices for Latina American, but it is a book I wanted to like more than I did to be honest. It wasn’t bad, just very middle of the road for me and is probably one that I will struggle... Continue Reading →

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