Is the Sequel to Neon Gods as Good as the First? (Electric Idol Review)

My Thoughts: This book had me addicted. From the entertaining and dynamic characters, to the various twists and turns in the plot, I couldn’t put it down.

About the Book: Electric Idol is a retelling of the story of Psyche and Eros, in a modern setting. Eros is Aphrodite’s fixer, there to get rid of anyone she deems a problem. Psyche is Demeter’s daughter and the current target of Aphrodite’s anger. When Aphrodite sends Eros after Psyche’s heart, he and Psyche need to find a way for both of them to survive the encounter, and everything that comes after.

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One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston – A Beautiful Story (Review)

My Thoughts: This. Book. One Last Stop is an incredible read that will absolutely blow you away.

About the Book: One Last Stop follows August, who’s moving to New York City for a new start. And then, she meets Jane. Jane is a mystery. Quite literally. Displaced in time, Jane is stuck on the subway with no way off, and August has to help her find a way back to the 1970’s. But, the more time they spend together, the closer they become, and August’s small subway crush grows even deeper.

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The Dating Plan by Sara Desai – A Cute and Fun Read (Review)

The Dating Plan by Sara Desai Review

My Thoughts: The Dating Plan is a cute and fun read, that’s perfect if you’re in a slump.

About the Book: This book follows Daisy, a software engineer desperate to stop her matchmaking relatives, and Liam, whose inheritance depends on him getting married. As a solution to both of their problems, they agree to a marriage of convenience, but as they spend more time together, they start to fall for each other.

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Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert – A Romance You Don’t Want to Miss (Review)

Act Your Age Eve Brown Review - 5 Stars

My Thoughts: This book was everything. I cannot recommend it enough.

About the Book: Act Your Age, Eve Brown follows Eve and Jacob. Eve wants to prove herself to her family, and show that she isn’t spoiled and that she can hold down a job and not give up. Enter Jacob, and his bed and breakfast. He’s desperate for a new cook, and when Eve just so happens to show up (and hit him with her car), he’s stuck hiring her.

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Ranking + Reviewing the Bridgerton Series

With Bridgerton hitting Netflix, I want to talk about the book that inspired the show!

I read this series earlier this past year and absolutely loved it (with the exception of one of the books), so today I’m excited to attempt to rank each book in the series, while briefly reviewing them.

We’ll be starting with my least favorite and working towards my favorite, so let’s get started!

#8. The Duke and I

Rating: 1 Star
Order in the Series: #1
TW: Sexual assault, rape, child abuse (in past)

“Many a woman has been ruined by a single kiss.” 

This book had a lot of promise. I really enjoyed parts of it, but there was one scene that completely ruined it for me. If you want to know all of my detailed thoughts on this, I wrote an in-depth review on just The Duke and I last week. In the end, this scene was extremely disappointed and made me hate this book. And I’m extremely disappointed to see that they kept this scene in the show.

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