The View Was Exhausting by Mikaella Clements and Onjuli Datta | Book Review

I am easily sold on books – it turns out. You see, I went to the Forever/GCP Open House via Crowdcast and one of the books discussed was The View Was Exhausting by Mikaella Clements and Onjuli Datta. With how this book was presented, I just knew I had to read it. It sounded like it […]

The Wild Ones by Nafiza Azad | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Wild Ones by Nafiza Azad? So there are two reasons why I listened to The Wild Ones by Nafiza Azad. The first is that I used to read and follow Nafiza’s book blog back in the day. I felt like she wrote these reviews that would always convince me — […]

Phantom Heart by Kelly Creagh | Book Review

Back in my early days of book blogging, one of the books I was absolutely obsessed with was Nevermore by Kelly Creagh. While I did not love how that trilogy ended, when I saw Creagh was coming out with Phantom Heart, I was SO excited. After all, if I was so obsessed back then, maybe I would […]

An Ambush Of Widows by Jeff Abbott | Book Review

An Ambush Of Widows by Jeff Abbott is slightly outside of my comfort zone, but then I was also convinced to check this one out from attending a virtual event held by Forever and Grand Central Publishing. As far as thrillers which are not always my thing go, this was really good. I was immediately […]

First Love, Take Two by Sajni Patel | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To First Love, Take Two by Sajni Patel? I am such a sucker for the second chance love trope — so of course First Love, Take Two by Sajni Patel appealed to me. Then I saw that the audiobook was narrated by Soneela Nankani whose narration style is one that I find […]

The Forest Of Stolen Girls by June Hur | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Forest Of Stolen Girls by June Hur? The Forest Of Stolen Girls by June Hur was a book that I absolutely HAD to read. After all, I thought The Silence Of Bones – Hur’s debut – was excellent. As for why I went for the audiobook version, the reasoning wasn’t […]