Content warnings: racism, ADHD, age gap I really enjoyed the first book in this series, A Princess in Theory, so I was super to start reading this as I really appreciate Alyssa's leading ladies. Portia (who you may recognise from book 1) has decided she's going to do an internship in Edinburgh at a Swordsmith. … Continue reading A Duke by Default by Alyssa Cole
Welcome to my stop of the When Polly Met Olly blog tour! I haven't had time to read this yet as I'm still trying to make my way out of my slump, I think I'm at the end of the tunnel though and I'm beginning to feel like reading again! I thought this book sounded … Continue reading When Polly Met Olly by Zoe May| Blog Tour | Extract #ad
Thank you to Rebekah Weatherspoon for gifting me this book in exchange for an honest review. Content warnings: divorce, bad parenting (from the father), sex Sloan gets home from work one day to discover her nanny has up and left her two daughters on their own. She cannot take time off work to look after … Continue reading Rafe by Rebekah Weatherspoon #gifted
*Mild Spoilers* So like a large amount of people, I decided to reread the To All The Boys I've Loved Before series after watching the movie. It's been a while since my first read through. The first book was one of the first books I ever reviewed on my blog, 2 and a half years … Continue reading Rereading the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before Series
Content warnings: teen pregnancy, a-phobia (never challenged), death, emotional abuse. Rosie and Alex have been best friends since childhood, they're inseparable and some romantic feelings may be beginning to grow. Then at 17 Alex has to move to Boston and they start making plans for Rosie to go to college in Boston. But then she … Continue reading Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern | A Movie is Better… Than A Book? WHAT?
Thank you to netgalley and Corvus for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review. content warnings: sex, situations that could be uncomfortable for someone with autism, sex work Stella understands maths more than anything else, and she believes that maths can be used in every situation. She has more money than she … Continue reading The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang | Review
North to You follows the rekindling of a romance between Camille and Drew. Camille has to look after her sister on her own after her parents died, and she runs and is head chef of a really popular food truck. That is until her rant at a crappy customer goes viral and no one wants … Continue reading North to You by Tif Marcelo | Good, Not Great but There’s Potential