Series Review: Bareknuckle Bastards by Sarah MacLean

Before I dive into this, let me first apologize for the fact that y’all have not had either of the two posts I previewed last Thursday (Tuesday?). I’m slumping because my anxiety kicked into overdrive last week and it’s making it difficult to focus. Unfortunately, even prior to that, I was already behind on ARC […]

June ARCS, Part One: Alpha Night, The Boyfriend Project, and Forbidden Lust

I’m returning to my usual posting schedule, but I hope y’all continue to support the Black Lives Matters movement in some way. I’m continuing to engage in conversations with my family members and coworkers and to continue learning by reading nonfiction books about US history and how to confront my own biases. But this particular […]

When in Romance: Trade Me and A Knight in Shining Armor

This is quite the mash up of books Dani and I read for this project in late January/February, Trade Me by Courtney Milan and A Knight in Shining Armor by Jude Deveraux. Our quick thoughts on Trade Me are that it was really good, but ends very abruptly and also was maybe missing something. I’m […]

February Wrap Up, Part One

I loosely wanted to read 29 books in 29 days in February, but, tbh, that’s not going so well at the moment. There’s still a chance I’ll pull it off, but right now, it’s not looking too promising. Nevertheless, let’s talk about what I HAVE read so far this month.

Captivating Characters

I’m really excited to get to write about my favorite characters from this year and also overwhelmed that I am supposed to only list for you ten??? Is it cheating if I give you separate lists of favorite heroines, favorite heroes, and favorite non-binary characters? Okay, fine, I’ll be good and obey the rules of […]

Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert Spoiler Free Review

Alright, y’all, another romance novel with a cartoon cover, which means some of us have questions. I’m going to try and address those first: 1) Yes, this is absolutely a romance. It has a central love story, that truly is the main focus of the book, and an HEA. 2) Steam Factor: Explicit on page sex, no […]

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