What a wild month, March 2020, has been!
Have you ever picked up a book, read the first few chapters and thought, OH THIS IS GOING TO BE GOOD! That was how I reacted to How To Hack A Heartbreak.
I thought this story was going to be like Fault In Our Stars; it started to be, but then it jumped off a cliff and ended.
February was a slow reading month for me in the beginning. It started off with...
My first impression? Fun Fact, this book, and the author are based in the UK, I honestly had no idea so some of the slang I had to google, I think that is a country barrier, nothing wrong with the book
Romance novels. Growing up, I never thought I would be someone who would read romance novels. I always imagined that the only people who read these books were old women who are hoping to spark something new and exciting in their marriage because the romance was dead. I’m now 26 and I totally get the [...]
I just finished it... The book that I have been obsessed about for a few days now, My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward, By Mark Lukach. Much like many of the books that I read, this one is full of emotions, raw and real.
I recently finished reading a heartfelt, emotion-filled novel by Nicholas Sparks, called Every Breath. I haven’t cried while reading a book in quite some time.