Laurie's life is turned upside down when her long term boyfriend ends their relationship. Jamie needs to be in a stable relationship to show the partners of the firm that he's mature enough for a big promotion.
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Review: Daisy Jones & the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Daisy Jones & the Six tells the story of 1970s rock band The Six and their breakup after their wildly popular album Aurora. The Six was on the rise, led by singer Billy Dunne, when the band crossed paths with Daisy Jones. Daisy came of age in LA, going out on the Sunset Strip and surrounded by a world of sex and drugs. But rock 'n' roll was where Daisy's heart and talents lived. When given the opportunity to collaborate with The Six for a song, Daisy seized the chance.
Carmilla by J. Sheridan LeFanu is Vampire Goodness
I’m always looking for texts with a proximity to Twilight that aren’t Twilight. It is why I have a long standing obsession with Richelle Mead’s Vampire Academy and rushed to the theater to gush over Kristen Stewart’s performance in Spencer (newsflash, she has always been talented, including in her Bella Swan days).
Review: Six Wicked Reasons by Jo Spain
Ten years ago, Adam Lattimer went missing and was presumed dead. A year later, his mother, Kathleen, died of a heart attack. The Lattimer family has always been fodder for gossip in the Irish town of Spanish Cove. No doubt the wealthiest family in town, all eyes have always been on the six Lattimer siblings as they grew up under the watch of their sweet mother Kathleen and cruel father Frazier. One missing, one an entertainment big-shot, one a Dublin hotel owner, one off to New York, one off to Europe, and one staying at home.
Blind Date with a Book Review!
As a newly serious romantic comedy fan, I recently made a trip to The Notting Hill Bookshop to find my next read. The small pile of paper wrapped titles labeled "Blind Date with a book" was absolutely irresistible. Here's the one I settled on...
Review: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
I was searching for a book that would surprise me. I've been reading a lot of romance lately, and a lot of those books tend to hit the same notes. And then The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo was sitting on the front table of my local bookstore and I thought, why not? I knew nothing about this book except that it is popular on #BookTok. I love old Hollywood stories, so I gave it a shot.
Semester Abroad: March Reflections
Last month I shared with you my February reflections about my semester studying abroad in London, England. In March, my travel opportunities expanded and I was able to visit continental Europe for the first time in my life. This was an exciting adventure! If February was all about settling in, March was all about expanding… Continue reading Semester Abroad: March Reflections
Semester Abroad: February Reflections
This semester I have had the privilege to begin my study abroad semester in England. With the recent end of February, I've begun to reflect on the massive shift this experience has brought to my life and all that I've been taking away from it. These are strange and scary times, both locally in the… Continue reading Semester Abroad: February Reflections
Review: I Wish You All the Best by Mason Deaver
A Non-Binary Coming of Age & Romance I Wish You All the Best by Mason Deaver ★★★★ Buy the book herePage Count: 336Genre: Young Adult, LGBTQ+ Fiction, RomanceContent warnings: Homophobia, transphobia, misgendering, bad coming out, depression, emotional child abuse I Wish You All the Best by Mason Deaver is a Young Adult novel filled with… Continue reading Review: I Wish You All the Best by Mason Deaver