“It’s men who trust they will suffer no consequences for their actions, while women suffer no matter what they do.”Continue Reading
I was scrolling through Audible when I came across The Au Pair. I decided to pick this one without reading any review so I really had no idea what to expect. The narration of this book is amazing. From the moment it started, I was hooked. The book opened with Seraphine and you could hear the curiosity and anxiety in the narrator’s voice. The mystery was brought to you right at the beginning of the book. Who is Seraphine?
Sadie is one hell of a book.
I have always enjoyed mystery fiction but it’s hard to find a good YA mystery book. When I read raving reviews of Sadie, I knew I had to read it. When my Audible credits rolled in, I decided to get the audiobook. It was my first audiobook in 2019 and I have to say, I made the right choice.
“It’s a story about family, about sisters, and the untold lives lived in small-town America. It’s about the lengths we go to protect the ones we love … and the high price we pay when we can’t. And it begins, as so many stories do, with a dead girl.”
THANK YOU TO NETGALLEY AND ST. MARTIN’S PRESS FOR THE ARC IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW.
Red, White, and Royal Blue has a very interesting and intriguing settings. A first son and a royal prince together? It was a no-brainer decision to pick up this LGBTQ romance.Continue Reading
THANK YOU TO NETGALLEY AND Algonquin Young Readers FOR THE ARC IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW.
Upon reading the first page of the book, I knew instantly I was in for a ride. For some reason, Bright Burning Stars felt darker and more intense compared to other ballet fictions I’ve read before (even more than TPT and SBP that I’ve claimed as the most dramatic and insane YA fictions).Continue Reading