Lucky Charmed Book Review

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[I received a free advance review copy in exchange for an honest review]

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The second I finished this book, I just wanted to start it all over again. And if there wasn’t a huge pile of TBR constantly poking me and reminding me of its very well noted presence, I would’ve done just that. There’s something about the writing style that just grabbed me. It was so easy and whimsical and hilarious, that it made me want to read every other book written by this author. Continue reading

Resilient Book Review

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[I received a free advance review copy in exchange for an honest review]
I was so excited to dive into this book. There were some pretty hilarious scenes. That scene in the car? When Tank and Nicole were taunting and teasing each other was like, the cutest thing ever. I’d say the book started off at the light side and then started becoming a little intense.
I loved the bad boy attitude with Tank. He’s a biker, could he be more badass than that?
What I didn’t find satisfying enough is the characters’ backgrounds. We didn’t get to actually meet Austin, for example. And I think there are things that were left unsettled at the end. Continue reading

Paintbrush Book Review

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[I received a free advance review copy in exchange for an honest review]
I’m sobbing.
I’M DOWNRIGHT SOBBING THIS WAS SO GOOD.
Not the cute kind of sobbing with a couple of tears running down my face. Nope, none of that.
It’s the ugly kind. The one where you get under-eye bags for days afterwards.

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I didn’t realize how much I’ve missed YA contemporaries until now. Because I honestly gave up on them after Jandy Nelson’s books, I’ll Give You The Sun and The Sky Is Everywhere, because every book I read afterwards just didn’t come close to their perfection. But then this one was like a mashup of these two, only it was way more exotic and beautiful. Continue reading

Three Weeks With A Princess Book Review

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[I received a free advance review copy in exchange for an honest review]
My first ever historical fiction book, and I’d say it went very well!!
Although I don’t have previous books to compare it to, I actually found that this book makes me want to read more books from this genre. Regency, London, plays, dancing… It was all very overwhelming, and extremely fascinating, to say the least. Though I’d say that Lia was a little naive at times… Continue reading

My Approved NetGalley Requests (TBR)

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Hey guys!
So over the weekend, I went really insane and requested about 10 titles from NetGalley. I’m usually used to rejections; I live in Lebanon and it’s really hard to find a publisher that approves reviewers living outside the US, Canada, Australia, or Europe. But I hit the request button anyway. I was a little pissed off, because of the out-of-region thingie, and I definitely did not expect my phone to go into berserk-mode on Monday and show me this:

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The Butterfly Project Book Review

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In my mind, Mother, May I? had ultimately been about love. But wasn’t love a kind of chaos theory? One small look, one smile or one work could alter the course of a life forever. Becket and I were living proof.

Dammit, I loved this book to pieces. Two broken people, trying to survive life day by day, blaming themselves for things they didn’t have a say in… Finding solace in each other. Continue reading

We’re My OTP: Cresswell

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“Captain?”
“Yeah?”
“Do you think it was destiny that brought us together?”
He squinted and, after a thoughtful moment, shook his head. “No. I’m pretty sure it was Cinder.”
Marissa Meyer, Cress

Hi guys!!

So, I finally got the courage to write this post. I was pretty nervous, to say the least. It’s my very first meme, and I wanted everything to be perfect. And I wanted to choose the perfect OTP to start this new meme with. And yes, I chose my babies, Cress and Thorne aka Cresswell. It just feels like a good ship to start this whole meme with. So without further ado, let’s dig into this thing, shall we? Continue reading