The Lost Apothecary: ARC Review

The Lost ApothecarySarah Penner Thank you to Netalley for providing me with a free eARC in exchange for an honest review.Expected Publication Date: March 2, 2021 I was so excited when I read the email from Netgalley pitching this book! This is pitched as a historical fiction, set in the late 1700’s in London, with... Continue Reading →

In a Holidaze: Book Review

In a Holidazeby Christina Lauren The photo you see above is my physical copy of In a Holidaze, which I purchased from my monthly Book of the Month subscription (after receiving the ARC from Netgalley). Thank you to Netgalley for providing me with a free eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.... Continue Reading →

Christmas at Holiday House: Review

Christmas at Holiday Houseby RaeAnne Thayne I was provided with an eARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review of this book. My merry holiday readathon continues with Christmas at Holiday House. I was a little nervous after my first two books that I wasn’t going to find one that really spoke to me,... Continue Reading →

Mistletoe & Mr. Right: Review

Mistletoe & Mr Right by Sarah Morgenthaler I received an e-ARC of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I requested this book from Netgalley because this year I really wanted to read some holiday romances during the month of December. The premise of a small town in Alaska with a mysterious... Continue Reading →

No Self Control: July TBR

Hello, friends! And welcome to my birthday month! July is always the best part of summer. The breeze is hot, the water is warm. There are fireworks. Barbecues. Pool side reading. And for me, there's gluten free cake! I decided to skip a wrap up this month since I only read three books (which isn't... Continue Reading →

I Wanna Be Where You Are: Review

I Wanna Be Where You Areby Kristina Forest This book is one of my backlogged Netgalley ARC's. So much so, that I was able to pick up a physical copy from my library, and get to see this gorgeous cover up close! This novel follows a high school student named Chloe, as she lies to... Continue Reading →

My Library Reopened: Pandemic Library Haul

Hi friends. I hope you all have been safe during the pandemic, and safe if you are attending protests in your area. Being laid off days after George Floyd's murder meant that I had A LOT of time to research, educate, and become sickened, shocked, disgusted, angry, insert negative adjective here, over how Black people... Continue Reading →

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