Vivatera – Candace J. Thomas

How delightful. A mystery. That puts every possibility before you. Summary Naomi never knew her parents. She doesn't know where her scar came from or why does she have dreams that sometimes come true. But one day she crosses paths with a stranger that seems to carry all of the answers. He's just not willing... Continue Reading →

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T5W – Love Interests I Would Have Broken Up With

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Samantha on Goodreads. This week's topic is Love Interests You Would Have Broken Up With. This topic was actually pretty challenging for me. I have a secret not-so-secret passion for trashy erotica. And these books more often than not are ridiculous and have absolutely garbage love... Continue Reading →

Dumplin’ – Julie Murphy

  I think you gotta be who you want to be until you feel like you are whoever it is you're trying to become. Sometimes half of doing something is pretending that you can.   Summary Every year, the Clover City Miss Teen Blue Bonnet Pageant takes over the town. And with Willowdean's mother running... Continue Reading →

Planning Penelope – Erin Lockwood

[…] someone's best quality is also their worst. It's the most extreme parts of us that are extraordinary but can also be very unreliable   Summary Alex learned to control Penelope. To control the way she likes her coffee and where she goes to buy it, who is her roommate, who is her boyfriend… everything.... Continue Reading →

T5W: Nostalgic Ships

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Samantha on Goodreads. This week’s topic is “Nostalgic Ships”. For me that means the first couples I ever shipped. Some of these are not going to be from books, because your girl used to read like max 5 novels a year until  her senior year in... Continue Reading →

January Wrap Up

So! I am doing my first wrap up! Somehow I managed to finish 6 books in January, which definitely isn't the most impressive feat, but considering how insane this month was, I would say I did pretty well. Never Far – It was the first book I've read this month (and this year… what a disappointing... Continue Reading →

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