The One About A Badass Female And Her Wolf: Scarlett by Marissa Meyer | Book Review

The title makes it seem like this is one of those paranormal/shape-shifting spicy romance books, but I promise you it is not— unfortunately...if that's what you're into lol. A little reminder that this book, Scarlet, is the 2nd book in the Lunar Chronicles Series. You can check out my review for the first book in… Continue reading The One About A Badass Female And Her Wolf: Scarlett by Marissa Meyer | Book Review

The One About Choosing Between Duty & Love: Defy The Night by Brigid Kemmerer | Book Review

Hi, everyone! Today is another book review blog post— this time a YA Fantasy novel! This book first came up on my radar when one of my friends told me that this was the book that they were currently reading at the time. After reading this book, it seemed like this was all they could… Continue reading The One About Choosing Between Duty & Love: Defy The Night by Brigid Kemmerer | Book Review

The One Where They Fall In Love With The Same Dog: Rescue Me by Sarra Manning | Book Review

I've been having a great reading week this week, so expect a surge of book reviews soon! One of my favourite things about book browsing in a bookstore (instead of online shopping) is the ability to discover new books that you have not heard of unexpectedly. I love peeking at the books on the tables… Continue reading The One Where They Fall In Love With The Same Dog: Rescue Me by Sarra Manning | Book Review

The One About Ex-High School Rivals: The Reunion by Elizabeth Drummond | Book Review

One of the best things about NetGalley is getting to explore and discover books that you have never come across before! Sometimes those books become your new favourites, and other times they don't end up meeting your expectations. This book was one of them. The Reunion by Elizabeth Drummond Format: ebook, 298 pages Expected Publication: June 10th… Continue reading The One About Ex-High School Rivals: The Reunion by Elizabeth Drummond | Book Review

The One That May Have Instigated A Fear Of Flights: Falling by T.J Newman | Book Review

I remember scrolling through one of my Goodreads group discussion pages and seeing someone recommend this book. I forgot what is was exactly that made me click the link to the book's page, but I did. The book's synopsis immediately had me gripped— so much so that I immediately went onto Waterstones to see if… Continue reading The One That May Have Instigated A Fear Of Flights: Falling by T.J Newman | Book Review

The One With The Dreamiest Fisherman: Hook, Line, and Sinker by Tessa Bailey | Book Review

For some reason, I've been reading quite a few romances lately (not that I'm complaining!) and while I was browsing the Kindle store for a new romance book to read, this gem popped up. I've read Tessa Bailey's book, It Happened One Summer, and really (!!!) enjoyed the book as you could see from my… Continue reading The One With The Dreamiest Fisherman: Hook, Line, and Sinker by Tessa Bailey | Book Review

The One Where Archer Goes On An Adventure: The Doldrums by Nicholas Gannon | Double Book Review

I hope everyone has been having a great day! For the first time on this blog, I'm here with a two/double/pair/dual book review for you! Both reviews are fairly short, so I thought it would make more sense to talk about both books in one blog post just for convenience sake. I don't remember where… Continue reading The One Where Archer Goes On An Adventure: The Doldrums by Nicholas Gannon | Double Book Review

A No-Time-For-Reading Week | Weekly Reading Recap (21/03/22-27/03/22)

Can you believe that we are in the last couple of days till April? Where has all the time gone? This past week has been running a bit slower in terms of reading because this week is my last week of regular lectures and seminars as an undergraduate law student. As a result, most of… Continue reading A No-Time-For-Reading Week | Weekly Reading Recap (21/03/22-27/03/22)

The One About Office Rivals: The Hating Game by Sally | Book Review

When you look at my list of all-time favourite tropes, you can be sure to find "rivals-to-lovers" somewhere on that list. I am all for the banter, the slow-burn and everything in-between. That's by 'The Hating Game' by Sally was one of the most recommended books of the year from my online fellow bookworms and… Continue reading The One About Office Rivals: The Hating Game by Sally | Book Review

The One About A Bookstore-Owner Sleuth: Bound by Murder By Laura Gail Black | Book Review

I’ve been craving a cosy mystery lately, so after scrolling through NetGalley for an upcoming release I found this little gem. As soon as I read that the protagonist was the owner of her own bookstore… It was an instant request for me! Bound by Murder by Laura Gail Black  Kindle Edition: 288 pages Expected publication:… Continue reading The One About A Bookstore-Owner Sleuth: Bound by Murder By Laura Gail Black | Book Review

The One About Princesses’ Who Were Raised To Deceive: Castles in Their Bones by Laura Sebastian | Book Review

This is another book that I was luckily given an eARC through NetGalley. This book intrigued me for two reasons; 1.) The cover. I'm not usually a fan of realistic people on book covers, but this one is just so pretty, 2.) The idea of triplet princesses who were trained since birth to bring down… Continue reading The One About Princesses’ Who Were Raised To Deceive: Castles in Their Bones by Laura Sebastian | Book Review

My Childhood in Books | Bookish Blog

For as long as I could remember, I loved reading books. If you asked me to recall any childhood pastimes or hobbies, reading would most likely take the top spot. I thought it would be a really fun blog post to cruise through my deepest memories (and the internet) for some of my favourite childhood… Continue reading My Childhood in Books | Bookish Blog

FairyLoot February 2022 Unboxing | Bookish Review

Technically we get two (2!!) FairyLoot boxes in the month of February because of the slight shipping delay of last month's box but who is complaining? Not me! The more bookish boxes to unbox, the merrier! FairyLoot's theme for February 2022 is TO THE MOON AND BACK! "The moon shadows all but the brightest stars, and… Continue reading FairyLoot February 2022 Unboxing | Bookish Review

The One About Monsters and Monster Slayers: Only A Monster by Vanessa Len | Book Review

Before we start the review, I was lucky enough to have sent an eARC of this book through NetGalley in December of last year (I think?). However due to university taking up most of my free time AND my reading time, I did not have the chance to read this book before the UK release… Continue reading The One About Monsters and Monster Slayers: Only A Monster by Vanessa Len | Book Review

Adventurous Reads | Top 5 Wednesday (February 23 2022)

I came across this book meme when I was scrolling through @divineworldofbooks blog (so check out her blog to see her own interpretation of the tag). Top 5 Wednesday was started in November 2013 and is a very much active group on Goodreads, so head over to Goodreads to join the group and keep up… Continue reading Adventurous Reads | Top 5 Wednesday (February 23 2022)

The One About An Impromptu Honeymoon With Your Not-Husband: ‘The Unhoneymooners’ by Christina Lauren | Book Review

I am so weird about picking which book to read to start the yearly reading challenges. It makes me so nervous to pick out a book simply because I want to start the new year reading challenge with a book that I *hope* to love and rate highly. I just feel like starting a reading… Continue reading The One About An Impromptu Honeymoon With Your Not-Husband: ‘The Unhoneymooners’ by Christina Lauren | Book Review

Blog Tour: Turkish Delight by Barry Faulkner | Book Review

I was kindly invited to join this blog tour. Reminder that my review and opinions are all my own. Turkish delight by Barry Faulkner London private eye Ben Nevis, ex SAS/OCS/N14 gets a peculiar request from a new lady client, 'kill my husband'. A few days later the husband appears in Ben's London office with the… Continue reading Blog Tour: Turkish Delight by Barry Faulkner | Book Review

The One With The Cutest Blossoming Romance: ‘Heartstopper’ by Alice Oseman | Book Review

I have a confession to make: I read this book at the end of November so technically this isn't supposed to be on my December TBR. However, I did re-read this book again and by that time it was the 1st of December -- so technically, I still did read this in December. As you… Continue reading The One With The Cutest Blossoming Romance: ‘Heartstopper’ by Alice Oseman | Book Review

Day 9: The First Gift of Christmas | 12 Days of Christmas Book Tag

Day 9 of the 12 Days of Christmas Book Tag invites you to list some of the bookish items that you would like to receive for Christmas. Make sure to check out the other prompts from the previous days here: 12 Days of Christmas Book Tag Whether it is a tote bag inspired of your favourite book,… Continue reading Day 9: The First Gift of Christmas | 12 Days of Christmas Book Tag

Day 8: White Christmas | 12 Days of Christmas Book Tag

Day 8 of the 12 Days of Christmas Book Tag created by me invites you to pick out some of your favourite book covers that fit the Winter season. With so many new book releases, I'm sure there are lots of book covers to choose from to hopefully add to your list. Make sure to check out… Continue reading Day 8: White Christmas | 12 Days of Christmas Book Tag