“You can’t re-create the first time you promise to love someone or the first time you feel loved by another. You cannot relive the sensation of fear, admiration, self-consciousness, passion, and desire all mixed into one because it never happens twice.”
This is the first time I’ve read a book by Renée Carlino and—gosh darn, I love it! Continue reading “Hey, Stranger”
Okay, so first off, let me tell you that this is the first Claudia Gray book that I’ve read so, I’m not familiar with her writing style or the voice of her characters. But it turns out that it’s not hard to read. I am now considering reading her other books. Continue reading “Every Piece of My Heart Loves A Thousand Pieces of You”
“I saw him. I think he was the first person I’d ever truly seen and I couldn’t help it—I wanted him to see me, too.”
It’s been years since I read my very first Samantha Young novel, which was On Dublin Street. But as the years went by and I read more from her, I knew my love for how she spins her stories will be forever. The Impossible Vastness of Us is the latest proof of that. Continue reading “The Impossible Beauty of this Book”
“I believe the stars align so that souls can find one another.”
Well, then. I thank the stars that aligned just right that made me discover Renee Ahdieh’s The Wrath and the Dawn which led me to this book right now.
My God, this book. Continue reading “This Book is on Fire”
“There are two kinds of guilt,” I say softly. “The kind that’s a burden and the kind that gives you purpose. Let your guilt be your fuel. Let it remind you of who you want to be.”
To say that I was awed by An Ember In The Ashes is a great understatement. I don’t even know how or where to begin with this review because there were so many points in this book that floored me and left me reeling, making it impossible to form coherent thoughts. Continue reading “Will Love Ember Forever”
“Even if this whole thing goes down in flames, you’re already the best bad decision I’ve ever made.”
I’ve said this before, but I’m going to say it again: Leisa Rayven is one of the best romance novelists there is, and she has proven that to be true once again here in Mister Romance.
Continue reading “My, My, Mister”
No need for much preamble. Here’s the second part of my post, Divide as Books, where I picked a book counterpart for every song on Ed Sheeran’s latest album, Divide. Some spoilers ahead so be warned.
Continue reading “Divide as Books, Side B”