For the Love of Friends & She’s Up to No Good – Joint Review

These two books are part of the same collection from Sara Goodman Confino and I was so beyond lucky to read them back to back! For the Love of Friends was published in 2021 and She’s Up to No Good will be officially released on 8/1, but you can get the ebook now with AmazonContinue reading “For the Love of Friends & She’s Up to No Good – Joint Review”

How to Marry Keanu Reeves in 90 Days

Oof. This book. I realized in a very comical manner when I started the book that it was the same author as Real Men Knit. The only reason I finished Real Men Knit is because it was a book club pick. I did not like that book. I still gave this one a chance, andContinue reading “How to Marry Keanu Reeves in 90 Days”

Love and Other Disasters

I loved this love story! I am so happy to be finding more queer and trans representation in romance novels, and I love that this own voices novel made it all come to life for me. The writing was such that I could clearly picture our two main characters- Dahlia and London- from the beginning,Continue reading “Love and Other Disasters”

Intercepted

Intercepted is a steamy romance with catty football wives and I am here for it all! It took me a solid chunk of this book just to stop calling the main character Melanie because I LOVED The Game and it just felt so similar at first. In the end, I think this novel was soContinue reading “Intercepted”

Book Review: Long Overdue at the Lakeside Library

3.25 stars This book put the “cozy” in cozy mystery and I’m a sucker for books set in my home state of Wisconsin. Rain and her best friend Julia are librarians who have just decided to keep the library open year round, despite the brutal winters. Shortly after Rain arrives at the lake for theContinue reading “Book Review: Long Overdue at the Lakeside Library”

Where the Crawdads Sing: Review

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens (Historical Fiction, Romance) Catherine Danielle Clark, who is known by the nicknames “Kya” and “The Marsh Girl” has been abandoned by everybody in her household and is forced to make her own way in life. She attended school for exactly one day in her life, and has keptContinue reading “Where the Crawdads Sing: Review”