Until You [Bridie Blake]

I made a comment a little while ago while I was reading Until You by Bridie Blake that I didn’t know why I still bother to read books with this sort of premise anymore and every part of me wishes it wasn’t true. I have always, for some reason, found myself drawn to the “fake dating…

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What’s In A Name?

The irony of this title is the fact that I actually hate Romeo and Juliet for ruining Romeo and Juliet for me. More on that later. So, I don't know how many of you have noticed (but if you have bravo and props to you!), but I changed my blog's name again. I know, I…

Toxic [Lydia Kang]

Toxic by Lydia Kang is one of those books that I really wish I'd enjoyed, but just didn't. While the writing and the plot were excellent, the majority of the characters were annoying and underdeveloped. While they all had intricate and moving back stories and were certainly diverse, their own development throughout the course of the…

Spark [Sarah Beth Durst]

In the time since I finished Spark by Sarah Beth Durst, I have felt thoroughly conflicted about my rating for it. I haven't quite been able to determine just what my final opinion of the novel is. There are quite a number of really good pieces to this book, but I just felt regularly that…

A Colorful Tail [Joan Waites]

I’ll admit, I requested this book solely because there was a fox on the cover. Now, don’t get me wrong, I do enjoy a well written children’s book and I’ve been known to review them from time to time, but they’re definitely not my go to by any means. I don’t have any kids, after…