Book Review: The Best Laid Plans by Cameron Lund

The Best Laid Plans has reignited my love for the best-friends-to-lovers trope 💞, but while I really enjoyed reading this book and found it to have so much potential in its unique plotline, parts of the story, unfortunately, fell flat and with many issues left unresolved.  As you might tell from the title and summary, […]

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Book Review: The Selection by Kiera Cass

In honor of the latest Netflix TV series announcement, I decided to reread one of my old middle-school YA favorites: The Selection.  When I was younger, I saw this book as a comfort read with its “ordinary girl becomes a princess” fairytale. Now that I’m rereading it 8 years later, I’m still comforted by the […]

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Book Review (ARC): Our Wayward Fate by Gloria Chao

As a Taiwanese American myself, I’m always ecstatic at the opportunity to read an #OwnVoices story that highlights the Asian American experience. Our Wayward Fate was a heartfelt story that explored themes of identity and family.  🦋 Truthfully, I’m not the biggest fan of Gloria Chao’s writing so while I adored the messages and plotline, […]

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Book Review (ARC): Serious Moonlight by Jenn Bennett

Jenn Bennett has always been one of my favorite contemporary writers—each of her books instantly capture my heart. 💖 Her writing flows easily off the page, and her characters are always crafted with so much depth. However, although I appreciated the midnight atmosphere and hints of mystery in Serious Moonlight, I will say that I […]

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