2021 Reviews · NetGalley Reviews

Review: Siri, Who am I?

Hi everyone! Today I wanted to share my review of Siri, Who am I? with you! Title: Siri, Who am I? Author: Sam Tschida Publisher: Quirk Books Publication Date: January 12th, 2021 Format: Digital Advanced Readers copy provided by NetGalley Synopsis: Mia might look like a Millennial but she was born yesterday. Emerging from a… Continue reading Review: Siri, Who am I?

Anticipated Reads · Can't Wait Till Tuesday

Can’t Wait Till Tuesday: February 2021 New Book Releases

Hello lovelies! Happy February! This month there are a ton of amazing books making their way out into the world--too many to list--so for this month I'll be sharing 10 February releases I'm excited for! This list includes, Young Adult, Romance, Science Fiction and fantasy books and even a few debuts! Be sure to check… Continue reading Can’t Wait Till Tuesday: February 2021 New Book Releases

Anticipated Reads · Personal

NetGalley Reading List: January-June

Hello lovelies! How has everyone's January been so far? My 2021 hasn't gotten off to the best start due to some health concerns with my mom but she's getting some great care from the Transplant Team at UW Medical Center in Seattle and my dad and I are hopefully that she'll get to come home… Continue reading NetGalley Reading List: January-June

Anticipated Reads · Can't Wait Till Tuesday · Personal

Can’t Wait Till Tuesday: October 13th, 20th and 27th, 2020

Hello lovelies! Today I'm going to post a triple Can't Wait Till Tuesday and post about books from October 13th, 20th and 27th that I'm excited for! There are a lot of books that came out this month that I'm excited for and I wanted to share the ones from the last couple of weeks… Continue reading Can’t Wait Till Tuesday: October 13th, 20th and 27th, 2020

2020 Reviews · NetGalley Reviews

NetGalley Review: The Marriage Game

Title: The Marriage Game Author: Sara Desai Genre: Romance Synopses: A high stakes wager pits an aspiring entrepreneur against a ruthless CEO in this sexy romantic comedy. After her life falls apart, recruitment consultant Layla Patel returns home to her family in San Francisco. But in the eyes of her father, who runs a Michelin starred… Continue reading NetGalley Review: The Marriage Game

2020 Reviews · NetGalley Reviews

Review: 500 Miles From You

Title: 500 Miles from You Author: Jenny Colgan Genre: Contemporary Romance Synopses: Lissie, is a nurse in a gritty, hectic London neighborhood. Always terribly competent and good at keeping it all together, she’s been suffering quietly with PTSD after helping to save the victim of a shocking crime. Her supervisor quietly arranges for Lissie to spend a… Continue reading Review: 500 Miles From You

2020 Reviews · NetGalley Reviews · Queer books

Review: Conventionally Yours

Title: Conventionally Yours Author: Annabeth Albert Genre: LGBTQAI+ Romance Synopses: When two "big name fans" go head-to-head at a convention, love isn't the only thing at stake. Charming, charismatic, and effortlessly popular, Conrad Stewart seems to have it all...but in reality, he's scrambling to keep his life from tumbling out of control. Brilliant, guarded, and endlessly driven, Alden… Continue reading Review: Conventionally Yours

2020 Reviews · NetGalley Reviews

Review: Recipe for Persuasion

Title: Recipe for Persuasion (The Raje's #2) Author: Sonali Dev Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks Format: Digital ARC provided through NetGalley Recipe for Persuasion on Goodreads Release Date: May 26th, 2020 Synopsis: From the author of Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors comes another , clever, deeply layered, and heartwarming romantic comedy that follows in the Jane Austen tradition—this time, with a twist… Continue reading Review: Recipe for Persuasion

2020 Reviews

Review: Bringing Down the Duke

Title: Bringing Down the Duke (League of Extraordinary Women #1) Author: Evie Dunmore Publisher: Berkley Format: Paperback, 356 pages Bringing Down the Duke on Goodreads Synopsis: England, 1879. Annabelle Archer, the brilliant but destitute daughter of a country vicar, has earned herself a place among the first cohort of female students at the renowned University of Oxford. In return… Continue reading Review: Bringing Down the Duke