Talk about an information dump that works. The entire book is full of them. There is so much information and so many facts to take in, but it’s necessary for the plot to continue. The book was fun to read and the idea unique with a story that really picked up in the end. A great read!
I adored Nick and I found myself laughing quite a bit throughout the whole book. I loved the characters and a couple of the scenes were so cute.
However, I didn’t think Nick and Holly had any chemistry, and the way the book ended was incredibly disappointing and rushed. Still, I did enjoy reading it. I always love a good laugh!
Christmas in October? You bet! I’m a Christmas all-year-long type of gal. I sing Christmas songs from January to December, and I still haven’t put away my wreath from last year (though that one is due to sheer laziness ;)) So when it comes to reading holiday books when it should be time for Halloween, I’m all for it.
I have to say that I absolutely adored this book! I found myself laughing throughout the entire thing, and I got plenty of warm fuzzies as I read. I think I have found myself another favorite author, and I look forward to reading more from her!
I enjoyed reading this! Sometimes it’s nice to step away from my regular reading genre and into a cozy little contemporary romance. I love cakes and I love romance, so this was a fun read.
There were a few things I didn’t quite like about the story. First, I didn’t know how Dan died until the very end, and I wish I would have known sooner. I didn’t see a point to keeping the information from the reader. Second, earlier, Ryan was looking at the photographs of Bailey and Dan. I wish he would have recognized that Jason the cater looked like Dan. It would have made for more of a punch. Third, I didn’t like the ending. It made me cringe in an “I’m embarrassed for them” way. But other than that, it was a great read!
I love that this book made me feel something. I found myself crying a couple times throughout the book, and not very many books can do that. A fun read!
Have you ever walked into a bookstore determined to buy a book you haven’t read, but you don’t end up reading it? I know I have. My “to read” list grows all the time as I discover new authors or even old ones I’ve read before. Here is a brief list of books I keep meaning to read but haven’t.
The Alloy of law by Brandon Sanderson
I absolutely LOVED the Mistborn novels! I’ve heard that the next three in the series are awesome, and I keep checking them out at the library but somehow never find the time or motivation to read them. It will still happen someday!
Scythe by Neil Shusterman
At the time, I had been following Simon Schuster on Facebook, and a post came up on “which book should you read next?” I matched with this book, I went to the bookstore and bought it. And…I still haven’t read it.
ready player One
I loved the movie. Absolutely loved it. And I want to read the book. It’s just one of those things I keep putting off.
Spinning Silver by Naomi Navik
I recently went to a writer’s conference and attended a class that mentioned this book several times. It immediately piqued my interest. However, I’ve gone to the library multiple times and I cannot for the life of me find it. I’ll just have to place a hold. Either that or just buy it! But I’m weird about buying books. I’ll check them out at the library first, and if I like it enough to own it, I’ll buy it. Sometimes even in multiple formats.
Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas
Honestly, I would have read this a long time ago, but I’m confused about the order of the books. I’ve looked it up time and again, and it seems that there is a prequel, but not really, but pretty much. But if I read this book before the prequel, would it make sense? My confusion has prevented me from reading this, despite the amazing things I’ve heard about this series. I will read it eventually! As soon as I figure out which book comes first…
I really enjoyed this novella. It was a cute regency romance with characters I kept cheering for to have their own happy ending. I love Theodore’s character arc and the depth of love he has for Eleanor. A sweet, clean romance that I definitely recommend!
I am excited to announce my book cover for Bloodborn! First book in the Bloodborn Series.