I’ve been avoiding my blog lately. I needed some time away and some much need sleep, but I missed everyone. So hi, I’m back! 😉
I want to thank Kay from Hammock of Books for tagging me. I absolutely loved doing this post. Please give Kay love by visiting her blog!
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Give it to me to pick a creepy, gothic book for this option. Why can’t I find a nice, fluffy book? I am looking forward to this summer read.
I just finished the series. And I don’t know what to do with myself. I didn’t want it to end. I’m loving the reverse harem, but this book takes it to a new level.
As you can tell, I do not enjoy titles with journeys in them. Half of them either annoy or bore me. But I thoroughly loved this series though.
It’s not as strong as the first two titles. But I cannot stop loving Caraval.
Clearly, I have a kink for assholes. Am I surprised? Hell no. Not in the slightest. I worried over Austin’s book. But Austin truly transformed into one of my favourite book boyfriends.
Can we all gush over Mark and Christina, please? I love those two, and I cannot wait to see the dynamic among them and Kieran.
I honestly loved the snark and banter from each character. Even though it has its flaws, I somewhat enjoyed this space opera.
Asha, a dragon slayer, overcomes betrayal and comes out finding her true self. This book doesn’t deserve to be underrated.
I’ve avoided this book for much longer than I wanted to. I’m not a huge fan of Alice in Wonderland. But my sweet junkie in me needs to drool over the sweet creations in this book.
How can I skip over Aelin? She’s one of my favourite leading ladies. I knew she’d reach this far, but I’m still dumbstruck by how she pulled it off.