Thank you to Lynn for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review. Content warnings: adoption/fostering involving child abuse, suicide mentions, Ok so I'll be honest, whilst I have my email in my contact page and I'm open for review copies I am very picky. I don't want to let authors down by … Continue reading Pas De Deux by Lynn Turner
Thank you to Harper and edelweiss for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review. Content warnings: death (before the book), Anxiety, panic attacks, mentions of suicide Sadia is still dealing with the loss of her husband and she's barely keeping her head above water with the family cafe she inherited from him. … Continue reading Wrong to Need You by Alisha Rai | I Love This Series So Much!
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 | Slightly Overhyped but Still So Good
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
content warnings: mild homophobia, fatphobia, girl on girl hate, addiction Rebecca is a shopaholic. She spends way more than she earns and is in a huge amount of debt, but she can't stop spending. She goes through many different attempts to help her spending, like cutting back and getting a second job, but nothing works. … Continue reading The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella
So Ledi is in grad school, studying to become a badass scientist whilst working multiple jobs. She's been getting these weird emails saying she's the long lost betrothed of some African prince and her neighbour across the hall has gone on holiday and some guy who worked with her for a day, terribly, is doing … Continue reading A Princess in Theory by Alyssa Cole | The Diverse Royal Romance You’ve Been Looking For