Growing up, my mom watched WAY too many Lifetime Movies, and I'm not talking about the sweet ones that are currently airing in anticipating of Christmas. I'm talking about the ones where the sweet, young girl inevitably gets caught up with the wrong crowd (usually a boy or one of the "popular" kids leads her… Continue reading Gazelle in the Shadows by Michelle Peach – book review
Dear Mrs. Bird is a delightful WWII (these two words don't feel right together) novel that focuses on the civilians and how they redefined their new normal.
Well, you guys, I'm back from my week long getaway, full of margaritas, sun, and lots of reading! Just like I said when I shared my "packed books" list, I started off the vacation with The Outsider by Stephen King, a somewhat daunting book - 561 pages is super long IMHO - with a very… Continue reading The Outsider by Stephen King – Book Review
Happy pub day to Jasmine Guillory! I've been staring at this beautiful ARC, gracing my bookshelf for months and waiting for the opportune moment. I've said it once before, but I believe there are certain books for every stage of your life/mental well-being. Well, recently I've been extremely stressed out, mentally and physically exhausted, and… Continue reading The Proposal by Jasmine Guillory – Book Review
My morbid fascination with cults once again got the best of me, this time leading me into the YA genre. How much I enjoyed it...well that surprised even me. Oh my heart, this book evokes such feelings and interest in me, and I honestly don’t know if I can even do it justice. I can… Continue reading After the Fire by Will Hill – Book Review