a hall of keys and no doors by emmie mears
Diversity, Fiction, Loved-it, Magical realism, NetGalley, Romance, Women's

A Poignant Magical Realism Story About Getting Over Loss And Grief A Hall of Keys and No Doors by Emmie Mears, ★★★★☆ 4 stars

Do you know how sometimes you’ll finish the last sentence of a book and think, “This was magic. Pure magic”? This is what happened to me with A Hall of Keys and No Doors by Emmie Mears. Although slow to start – what a satisfying book and what a strong ending. Really left my heart full. Check out on Goodreads…

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get a life chloe brown
Diversity, Fiction, Humor, Illness, Loved-it, Romance

A Romance With A Lead Spoonie – My Heart Has Melted, Someone Catch It Please Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

So I am hilariously late with this review, and the reason is so relevant to this book I can’t even 😂 I’m late to post it mostly for spoonie reasons! And it’s ironic because… This is sort of a spoonie book – well, the main character is a spoonie, and it’s wonderful rep. It’s why I could relate to it…

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fall and rise of sadie mcqueen juliet ashton
Fiction, Loved-it, NetGalley, Romance, Women's

A Heart-Warming, Yet Real Story About Found Family, Forgiving Oneself And Letting Go Of Guilt The Fall and Rise of Sadie McQueen by Juliet Ashton, ★★★★☆ 4 stars

I am tempted to start this review with a letter to the author. And if I did, it would go something like this: Dear Juliet Ashton, please write another book. And another, and then another. And just keep going! Also, I know I may be pushing it here, but… Can we have like…One every month? Cause I need another one…

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frankly in love by david yoon
Diversity, Fiction, Humor, Loved-it, Other-cultures, Romance, Society, YA

[Not Quite] A Love Story That Turned Out To Be So Much More Frankly in Love by David Yoon, Audiobook Review

You probably thought I’d never return! But here I am, and it only took a really, really enjoyable book to blog again. Well, this isn’t completely true – I have read more than one enjoyable book since I started my hiatus – but some good books you just want to enjoy and keep inside your heart quietly (I’m looking at…

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random act of kindness
Fiction, Mini reviews, NetGalley, Romance, Women's

It’s Mini-Review Time! An Uplifting And Light Women’s Fiction Story A Random Act of Kindness by Sophie Jenkins

Time for a mini-review! This time – a light and uplifting book called A Random Act of Kindness, which about a girl finding her own place and voice in the world. And of course, with a dash of romance. And everything starts with a good deed… With more good deeds to follow. Check out on Goodreads ★★★★☆ 4 stars A…

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read chicklit
Discussion, Romance, Women's

“Guilty Pleasure” Labels: Is It Just Schoolgirl Mentality You Can’t Let Go Of? Why You Should Read Chick Lit (At Least Sometimes!)

Lately I’ve been giving you all sorts of confessions. Like, seriously, Evelina – how many more things can you confess? Or do you keep making these up to draw readers? 😂 Well, no. I’m not making them up! I mean, there are probably plenty of dark secrets embarrassing details in your own life you would be willing to confess to your peers for…

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sunday lunch club
Diversity, Fiction, Loved-it, NetGalley, Romance, Women's

[Slice of Life] Fall In Love With All The Characters, And They’re Diverse Too The Sunday Lunch Club by Juliet Ashton

I stayed up till 3 on a workday because I couldn’t unglue myself from my Kindle screen. Off this book. Then I proceeded to tell the whole soap-opera like plot of The Sunday Lunch Club to my boyfriend right before breakfast. In a roughly panicked, nearly screamy tone. With loads of hand flapping. Check out on Goodreads Get at Book Depository ★★★★✬…

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Attachments Rainbow Rowell
Fiction, Humor, Loved-it, Romance, Well known books, Women's

Emotional, ador(k)able, quirky and funny – Attachments by Rainbow Rowell Interview-style review along with Jackie from Death by Tsundoku!

Check out on Goodreads Get at Book Depository ★★★★✬  4.5 stars I am so overjoyed to finally be blogging about this book! I have buddy read it with my blogger bestie Jackie @ Death By Tsundoku, and we’ve decided to do this interview-style post that I like doing so much. So you can read a similarly fashioned review on Jackie’s…

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