This isn't my usual genre, but I loved THE HENNA WARS by Adiba Jaigirdar so much that I just had to give this one a go. I'm glad that I did, it was everything I loved about THE HENNA WARS, with fake dating (one of my favourite tropes) thrown into the mix. Rating: 4.5 stars.
This book was, in every way, nothing like my usual picks. I requested it because I loved both of the books I've read by Silvia Moreno-Garcia. And I adored this just as much. Everyone absolutely needs to read this, I loved the drama and the scandal and the glittering beauty of the season. It was incredible, and I had to tell everyone all about it while I was reading because I just couldn't believe what was happening. Rating: 4.5 stars
I adored Red, White and Royal Blue so much when I read it in 2019 so obviously I had to get my hands on this. Fortunately, it absolutely stood up to the hype. Rating 5 stars.
No, what surprises me is the sudden, jolting, and undeniable realization that even I didn’t want to, I’ve fallen for an actual princess. I picked this up because I'm a sucker for royal romance, so when I heard about a f/f royal romance I was all over it. We ended up picking it as our … Continue reading Her Royal Highness by Rachel Hawkins (Review)
"The world will crush her if she tries to stand against it.""Not if we don't let it."Spellswept - Stephanie Burgis After reading Moontangled I knew I had to read the rest of the addictive Harwood Spellbook series. So when Stephanie Burgis offered me review copies of the whole series, I jumped at it! They totally … Continue reading The Harwood Spellbook Series by Stephanie Burgis (Review Round Up)
“If there’s any legacy for me on this bloody earth, I want it to be true.” Usually I'm a little skeptical about books that have been heavily hyped. It's easy to be let down when you get your hopes up over a book. I took a punt on this one, and asked a work colleague … Continue reading Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston (Review)
If she lost Caroline, it would break her heart. But she would survive and heal, because for the first time ever, she was surrounded by a sisterhood of women who valued her for who she truly was, flaws included. I've been following Stephanie Burgis on twitter for a little while, and though I haven't gotten … Continue reading Moontangled, by Stephanie Burgis (Review)