Books to Read if you Like LGBTQ+

My “Books to Read if you like” series continues! This series of book recommendations goes beyond recommending a genre, but a theme, feeling, mood, trope, etc. If you are interested in some of my past recommendations, you can check out this page on my blog. But, If you are ever in the mood for LGBTQ+, check out…Continue reading “Books to Read if you Like LGBTQ+”

The Accidental Text by Becky Monson

The Accidental Text by Becky Monson Wrong number. Right guy? Once upon a time, Maggie Cooper lived for adventure. Jumping out of planes was child’s play. Now she can’t even work up the nerve to ask out her coworker. For a bit of self-therapy, she begins to text her recently deceased mother’s phone—the only problemContinue reading “The Accidental Text by Becky Monson”

Books to Read if you like Friends to Lovers

My “Books to Read if you like” series continues! This series of book recommendations goes beyond recommending a genre, but a theme, feeling, mood, trope, etc. If you are interested in some of my past recommendations, you can check out this page on my blog. But, If you are ever in the mood for friendsContinue reading “Books to Read if you like Friends to Lovers”

Books to Read if you like a Good Cry

I’m excited to start a new recommendation series on my blog! This series of book recommendations goes beyond recommending a genre, but recommending a theme, feeling, mood, trope, etc. If you are interested in a specific genre and more, you can check out this page of my recommendations. But, If you are ever in theContinue reading “Books to Read if you like a Good Cry”

Date Me Like You Mean It by R.S. Grey

Date Me Like You Mean It by R.S. Grey I’m good at hiding my feelings.Having to pretend I’m not in love with my best friend?Pfft. That’s child’s play. Here’s how I do it: I avert my eyes when he walks out of his room, shirtless in all his toned glory. I squash the butterflies that fillContinue reading “Date Me Like You Mean It by R.S. Grey”

Feels Like Home by Jo Cox

Feels Like Home by Jo Cox Jess has loved Melissa for longer than she can remember and it’s bearable when they’re a hundred miles apart, but what will happen when they’re thrown back together and there’s nowhere to hide? Jess has tried everything to put her feelings aside, but when Melissa comes home from universityContinue reading “Feels Like Home by Jo Cox”

Book Tropes I Love

Hello, I did a previous post about Book Tropes I Loathe, and honestly, you could probably feel my disdain through your computer, so I apologize, I am not a total negative Nelly, I swear. I know all readers have their own opinions, and what I love could be a deal breaker for you, so IContinue reading “Book Tropes I Love”

Hands Down by Mariana Zapata

Hands Down by Mariana Zapata Before he was Big Texas, he was Zac the Snack Pack. Bianca Brannen knows time—mostly—heals all wounds. Including those your once loved ones might have unintentionally given you. (Those just take longer.) She thinks she’s ready when a call has her walking back into her old friend’s life. Or atContinue reading “Hands Down by Mariana Zapata”

Book Recommendations: Romance

(part 3) While fantasy and science fiction tend to make up a majority of the books I read, I am a sucker for a good romance book. I feel like I am all over the board when it comes to types of romance books; it can’t be Hallmark Movie Channel esque, but I don’t mindContinue reading “Book Recommendations: Romance”

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