Reading Three Books with Flowers: The Road to Rose Bend, Once Upon a Rose, and Work for It

These three books don’t necessarily have anything in common besides the fact that they’re all perfect for the Flowers prompt on the #SpringIntoLoveBingo board, which I’ve admittedly already filled. But I said I wanted to review every book I read this year and I’m mostly failing so I thought I would try a new method …

Reading Three Harlequin Category Romances from Three Different Lines: His to Protect, A Marriage of Equals, and Taking on the Billionaire

If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you may have noticed that I like to read Harlequin Desire category romances. I am not at all an expert in what each of the lines means in terms of rules, but I decided it would be fun to start exploring some of the other lines, …

A to Z Under Reviewed Romance Recommendation Post

Emma from drinking by the shelf did this the other day and I decided it looked really fun. I’m going to try my very best to give you 26 romance recommendations that have fewer than 1,000 ratings on Goodreads in a sort of speed round with just a sentence or two about the plot. Let’s …

Reading Three of My Most Anticipated Books of April: To Love and To Loathe, Twice Shy, and The Intimacy Experiment

April 6th was a huge day of romance releases for me because I have been eagerly anticipating the sophomore novels of Martha Waters, Sarah Hogle, and Rosie Danan since I finished up their debuts last year! To Love and To Loathe by Martha Waters is a historical romance novel I was lucky enough to receive …

Nonfiction Reviews: Broken, Untamed, and I’m Still Here

I’ve read five nonfiction books so far this year, but I’m specifically wanting to talk about three of them today. Broken by Jenny Lawson is an essay collection that is at times so hilarious I had to pause the audiobook because I couldn’t hear it over the sound of my laughter and at times so …

Mini Series Reviews: The Brown Sisters, Building 402 Series, and So Over the Holidays

I would apologize for the fact that my blogging has been incredibly sporadic of late, but I feel like that’s just what you’re going to keep getting for a while. I’ve transitioned into a new role at work and most of my energy has gone into that for the time being, which means my reading …

March ARC Reviews: Careless Whispers and Scoundrel of My Heart

My delight in bringing you these reviews on release day cannot be understated because honestly, being on time with anything right now feels like a miracle. But I am also thrilled to be on time because you do not have to wait to get your hands on Careless Whispers or Scoundrel of My Heart and …

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