Book Review (ARC): The Roommate by Rosie Danan

When I first read the premise of Rosie Danan’s The Roommate, I was so excited for a story that seemed to challenge the stereotypes and pristine of contemporary romance.  With an opposites-attract romance and roommate trope, this book hooked me with its promise of unpacking the complexities of the adult entertainment industry. However, while I […]

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Book Review (ARC): Kisses and Croissants by Anne-Sophie Jouhanneau

After marathoning through Emily in Paris on Netflix, my heart had been craving for something equally lighthearted and fun. 💘 Kisses and Croissants spoke to my wanderlust heart and had me dreaming of dancing under the moonlight and strolling through the streets of Paris. ✨ While I found the romantic tropes and general plotline to […]

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Book Review (ARC): Majesty by Katharine McGee

Nothing hurts more than absolutely falling in love with the first book in a series…then having your soul tragically crushed by a disappointing sequel.  Folks, I too have been hustled, scammed, bamboozled, hoodwinked, led astray!! *high five if you understand the reference* When I first read American Royals at the beginning of the year, I […]

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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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