★★★★ A fun and entertaining read that is perhaps too short for its own good. Foreword Thank you so much to Rachel at https://www.rachelsrandomresources.com/ and Kate Moseman for allowing me to be part of this experience and also providing me with a complimentary digital copy and blog tour media kit! If you'd like to get … Continue reading Blog Blitz Review: A Good Demon is Hard to Find by Kate Moseman
My partner and I hosted our first readathon on April 5th! We called it the Trope-ical Readathon and it was a 24 hour readathon where participants could read whatever books they wanted and fill out a bingo board that we made based on things that appear in a lot of books. Here's the bingo board … Continue reading Trope-ical Readathon Wrap-Up
(This is a late post because I've been having a hard time focusing on things lately.) From March 13-March 15, my partner and I participated in a weekend readathon hosted by Tiffany. The goal of the readathon was to get everyone's mind off of Covid-19 so there was only one rule: No virus talk! I … Continue reading Chill Relaxed Readathon Wrap-Up
Fingers crossed that Hot & Hammered #3 doesn't have the same problems as this book.
- Sexually Explicit Scenes (some where consent is iffy)
This book was completely ridiculous and I gobbled it up like a pint of my favorite ice cream.
- Abuse (emotional)
- Sexual Assault/Harassment
- Sexually Explicit Scenes
An average love story that had some good laughs but an incredibly foolish protagonist.
- Abuse (Emotional)
- Sexually Explicit Scenes
- Character death
A story that was literally so close to being something for me.
- Sexual Assault
- Lots of drinking
- Mentions of sex
- Controlling characters/parents
- Slut shaming
★★★★★ The ultimate feel-good book. A perfect read for anyone who is just looking to have a good time. Book CWs HomophobiaRacismSexual HarassmentSex scenes Premise Alex Claremont-Diaz is the First Son of the United States under his presidential mother. He is handsome, smart, relatable, and though he despises Prince Henry of Wales, he never lets … Continue reading Book Review: Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston
Rating: 1.5/5 This was the most frustrating thing I've ever read. Book CWs Abuse (physical, sexual, emotional)Sexual AssaultStatutory RapeStalking Premise Anastasia Steele is a senior in college who is just about to graduate. When her friend Kate becomes sick and cannot interview wealthy businessman Christian Grey, Ana steps in to take her place. What Ana … Continue reading Book Review: Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James (Please Don’t Read This Book)
Rating: 4/5 I lowkey bought this book as a joke and was pleasantly surprised with how much I liked it. Side note: As a hardcover lover, I'm really sad this book is only available in paperback. Book CWs Virgin TropeSexually explicit scenesAbuseSexism Premise Georgie Castle has had a crush on her brother's best friend, Travis … Continue reading Book Review: Fix Her Up by Tessa Bailey