Review | The Paris Secret

 Skye has been flying planes since she was a little girl. Headstrong, brave and fearless, she’s always had impeccable control of a plane up in the air, yet cant seem to command the same restraint over her emotions on the ground. ⁣⁣ As Skye moves up the ranks of the ATA -an all female pilot... Continue Reading →

Blog tour | When We Were Vikings

"Once Dr. Laird asked me why I liked Vikings. I told him three reasons:⁣⁣One, they are brave.⁣⁣Two, they are strong and people have to think twice before trying to hurt them.⁣⁣Three, Viking heroes stand up for people who can’t defend themselves.”⁣⁣ Life isn’t always black and white. Heroes can act villainously, and villains can likewise... Continue Reading →

Blog tour | Break the Fall

‘I have to be perfect, and if there’s one thing I’ve learned in my life, nothing - no matter how hard you try or how much you deserve it - is ever perfect.’⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣Welcome to my tour stop for the Break the Fall book tour all thanks to the lovely people at @ausyabloggers @dateabook @hachetteaus 🥰 ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ Plot synopsis A... Continue Reading →

Review | Frankly in Love

“I feel like I don’t belong anywhere and every day it’s like I live on this weird little planet of my own in exile.” I say all in one breath. This is impossible to talk about. But I force myself to. “I’m not Korean enough. I’m not white enough to be fully American.” ⁣⁣Frankly in... Continue Reading →

Review | Such a Fun Age

Alix (ahhh leeeks) has turned her childhood fondness for writing letters into an empire, with an Insta following to boot. Her family has recently relocated to support her husband’s job, but her heart (and insta) are still in NYC. In walks Emira, Alix’s babysitter, like a breath of fresh air...and a new ‘project’ for Alix... Continue Reading →

Review | It Sounded Better in my Head

‘“Some parts were a bit boring, other parts were quite good.” She made it sound like the latest marvel movie or something.’⁣⁣⁣⁣I devoured Nina Kenwood’s ‘It Sounded Better in My Head’. I started it on NYE day thinking it would be my first book of the decade, but I managed to read it in one... Continue Reading →

Review | A Court of Mist & Fury

'You say I should be a weapon, not a pawn - they seem like the same to me. The only difference is who’s wielding it.’ ⁣⁣⁣⁣Feyre is back home from Under the Mountain...although the walls are starting to feel a little stifling. Both Tamlin and Feyre are recovering from the what they encountered, albeit in... Continue Reading →

Review | A Court of Thorns and Roses

Feyre is used to looking out for herself. Ever since her family’s fortunes turned, the responsibility of keeping her sisters and father fed and safe has fallen squarely on her shoulders. One night, while out hunting in the cold, barren and cruel forest, she shoots and kills a wolf. Or what she thinks is a... Continue Reading →

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